Vancouver Whitecaps are still top of the West, with five games remaining. With four of those matches on the road, the ‘Caps will need to be at their best to stay there and it gets off to a tricky start with a trip to Seattle on Wednesday evening.
We preview that match with Radio Cascadia’s Steven Agen. Can the ‘Caps extend their unbeaten run to eight? Are the Sounders slumping? How will Fredy Montero be received? All this and a lot more Cascadia Cup chat.
We also hear from Fredy Montero himself about heading back to his old haunts, plus Carl Robinson, David Ousted, and Jordan Harvey chat to us about how the ‘Caps need to approach this season run-in against their closest challengers.
We also look back at Saturday’s win over Colorado Rapids and hear from both head coaches, and chat with Kendall Waston about his season so far.
Due to some technical issues stationwide at CiTR radio, the podcast of Sunday’s AFTN Soccer Show will not be available for a couple of days. As such we’ve used some of the audio from Sunday’s show with newly recorded links inbetween them. We’ll be bringing out a specially edited version of Sunday’s show now later in the week (as Episode 222) and add in some post Seattle stuff, so watch you podcast feeds for that.
Here’s the full episode rundown:
03:08: Vancouver v Colorado review and analysis
09.06: Carl Robinson and Steve Cooke postgame audio
16.13: Kendall Waston interview and chat
19.26: Vancouver v Seattle preview with Radio Cascadia’s Steven Agen
35.18: Fredy Montero chat and audio
40.03: How ‘Caps should approach run-in with chat from Jordan Harvey, David Ousted, and Carl Robinson
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