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    Purple Reign Podcast E2: Interview with Rob Friend and PFC vs York9 Recap


    The Purple Reign Podcast is a collaboration between Maxwell Mowbray (PFCOntario) and Xav Ouellette (The Hydro Pole). With both hosts building a presence on Twitter, they have decided to take on the world of podcasting. Together these two Pacific FC fans created a one-stop podcast for all things Pacific FC. Despite the hosts being 3300 KM apart, Maxwell and Xav will bring you all the latest news, rumours and discussion regarding VanIsle football.

    The second episode of the Purple Reign Podcast includes:

    • A discussion on the 2-2 draw at the Pacific FC vs York9 FC match on May 18th, 2019.
    • An interview with Pacific FC CEO/Co-Owner/Sporting Director Rob Friend. This interview will include topics such as building Pacific FC, the emphasis on youth players at PFC, the lack of CanPL players on the Canada 40-man Gold Cup roster, and CanPL expansion.
    • A quick discussion on our new signing, Alexander “Makelele” Gonzalez.
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    • To own a team or just support it
    • No background. Just a soccer fan that lives in Barrie. Think a team would work wonders here and it has the capacity and growth to support it.
    • Sounds like just about like everything somebody has been saying on this forum for the past 3 weeks. Right on. BC Place or maybe a remote part of British Columbia would be a great place to play Voyageurs Cup in May. Hopefully MLS doesn't stand in the way
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    • ^ what is your background? You want to be owner of the team?
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