“There’s Still Time” – The AFTN Podcast – Episode 24 (Goodbye Playoffs, Hello Mediocrity)

Episode 24 of “There’s Still Time”, the AFTN podcast. It’s the “Goodbye Playoffs, Hello Mediocrity” episode, also known as the “Colorado post game show” and “The one where an angry Scot rants at you for close to an hour”.

After the Cascadia high came the Rockies low. A 3-2 defeat to Colorado Rapids sent Vancouver Whitecaps spiralling out of the playoffs and Martin Rennie probably towards the unemployment line, along with a lot of the players.

We don’t really want to but we look back at the game that ended the Whitecaps playoff hopes and try and pinpoint where it went wrong this season. Can winning the Cascadia Cup and logging more wins, points and goals scored make still make it a success?

That’s how Rennie is spinning things and we look at his post game comments on Saturday and ponder whether he can stay on now and where all these established young players he is talking about can be found.

There’s still time for a look at what we want to see in the last game of the season and we start our campaign to get both Joe Cannon and Sam Adekugbe some playing time in the season finale.

There’s a lot more chat too about all things Whitecaps, including some tweets from our listeners about the season past and future, so crank us up.

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Authored by: Michael McColl

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