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  1. There's a new king in town. Long live King Carl. Carl Robinson was officially confirmed as the new Whitecaps head coach today, so we're bringing you a Robbo heavy episode 31 of "There's Still Time", the AFTN Vancouver Whitecaps podcast. We chat about Robinson's appointment, what it means for the future direction of the Whitecaps and hear a cutdown section of his introductory press conference. Even though he had a jam packed morning, Carl made time to sit down with Steve and myself for a special podcast chat about his appointment, his managerial influences, who he might have his eye on to br
  2. Don't worry, it may be winter but we're still able to play here in Vancouver and bring you Episode 30 of "There's Still Time", AFTN's Whitecaps and MLS podcast. Despite it being the offseason there's still been a lot of talking points cropping up in Whitecapsland over the past week and there's going to be more to come before the year is out. Christmas is coming, the goose is getting fat, but will the Caps be goosed when it comes to landing the man they want to be their new manager? Bob Bradley is the man who might be named. Does he want it? Is he the right man for the job? Bobby Lenarduzzi s
  3. It's Episode 29 of "There's Still Time", the AFTN podcast and it's our first Canadian national team post game show. The Canadian women visited Vancouver to play out a pretty boring goalless draw with Mexico. We chat with Equalizer Soccer writer Harjeet Johal about the game and the future of the women's program. We also hear the post game reaction from head coach John Herdman, captain Christine Sinclair and goalkeeper Erin McLeod. CEO of the FIFA 2015 Women's World Cup National Organising Committee, Peter Montopoli, was in town and we speak with him about the upcoming World Cup, the turf con
  4. Episode 28 of "There's Still Time", the AFTN podcast and it's been pretty quiet in Whitecapsland the last week or so. With no real front runners having emerged in the managerial hunt, we pick over what we know, what we think of those in the frame so far and reveal a new high profile name in the mix that the Whitecaps are said to be talking to this coming weekend. Whilst taking their time to get the right man for the job is a good thing, with decisions on players needing to be made, and the players themselves keen to find out what's happening, how will the continued delay affect the upcoming
  5. It's Episode 27 of "There's Still Time", the AFTN podcast and it's the second part of our end of the season roundtable. Steve and myself are joined once again by Steven Lamothe and Zachary Meisenhamer from Curva Collective and former head honcho of the Southsiders, John Knox. We look at the Whitecaps squad that finished the season and debate who should stay and who should go. I'd get rid of pretty much most of them, but others aren't so quick in doing so! Our "30 Seconds To Mars" gameshow returns, for three quickfire rounds, looking at the most disappointing Caps loss, most damaging Caps in
  6. Ben McKendry graduated from the Vancouver Whitecaps Residency in the summer of 2012. It felt at the time like the end of an era for followers of the program, with the close knit group splitting up and going their separate ways after years of playing together. After making the decision to continue his career in the college ranks, McKendry made the move to New Mexico, where the Lobos became his new family. McKendry was part of the Caps' exciting U18 side that reached the 2012 USSDA Championship game before going down to a heartbreaking 3-2 loss to Dallas. It was a team rich in talent but as i
  7. It's Episode 26 of "There's Still Time", the AFTN podcast and it's our first end of the season roundtable. Still feels a little premature that the season's done and dusted. Steve and myself are joined by a couple of familiar voices in Steven Lamothe and Zachary Meisenhamer from Curva Collective and at long last our schedules aligned and we're joined by long time listener, first time podder, former head honcho of the Southsiders, John Knox. It's the 3M edition - Mattocks, Martin, Managers. It's been a busy time in Whitecapsland since our last pod and we kick things off this episode with the
  8. The move has surprised many, with Vancouverite Yallop expected to be a shoe-in for the Caps coaching job, ticking all the boxes that club's now infamous committee are looking for, in particular experience, success in MLS and a history of bringing on young players. You have to feel that the lure of an actual job offer was far better than playing the waiting game for what was a dream job in his hometown. We can only speculate as to whether Yallop expected to be installed by the Whitecaps right away and didn't want the uncertainty when it became clear he wasn't going to be without a full intervi
  9. Episode 25 of "There's Still Time", the AFTN podcast. It's "The End Of The Season As We Know It" episode, our last post game podcast of the season, but fear not, as we've plenty more episodes to bring you before the end of the year. We recorded this episode at BC Place after the 3-0 win over Colorado and before the breaking news we brought you on Monday that Martin Rennie was no longer the manager of the Caps, so there's a few moot discussion points! Vancouver Whitecaps finished off their season in style and we look back on the game and hear post game audio from captain Jay DeMerit, debutant
  10. (Catch up with the series: Part One - GOALKEEPERS / Part Two - DEFENDERS / Part Three - MIDFIELDERS). Here's our thoughts. We want to read yours below.... Forwards: It's been a good year for goals for and you have to wonder just how many more there would have been had there been some creative midfielders in there. Caleb Clarke Steve: (KEEP) - The residency player disappeared on and off the pitch at the beginning of the season which could have been an injury/fitness issue or some disagreements with the current staff. Clarke is currently on loan with German team Augsburg until the end of th
  11. The 2013 MLS season is all over bar one last shouting for Vancouver Whitecaps. There needs to be changes and there will be, of both players and management, and they will start happening from next week. Should these be wholesale or should the Caps keep a core and build around them? We got all of AFTN's writers for this season to take a look at the current Whitecaps squad and say whether they would keep them around for next season, trade them for more valuable assets or to fill positions of need, or just release them into the wild altogether. We continue the feature with a look at the midfiel
  12. The 2013 MLS season is all over bar one last shouting for Vancouver Whitecaps. There needs to be changes and there will be, of both players and management, and they will start happening from next week. Should these be wholesale or should the Caps keep a core and build around them? We got all of AFTN's writers for this season to take a look at the current Whitecaps squad and say whether they would keep them around for next season, trade them for more valuable assets or to fill positions of need, or just release them into the wild altogether. We continue the feature with a look at the defende
  13. Goalkeepers: Four keepers on the books is a luxury most MLS teams don't afford themselves. Bad management, hand tied by MLS rules or a bit of both? Whatever it was, you know they're not all going to be in Vancouver next year. Joe Cannon Steve: (TRADE) - There has been no official announcement from Cannon as to whether he will look to play another year but if he does then he can't return at his current guaranteed salary of $189,916. However, the starting keeper at the beginning of the season could return if he is willing to have his salary cut in at least half. Michael: (RELEASE/RETIRE but.
  14. 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 w
  15. We haven't done this for a few months, and we need some light hearted nonsense after last night's heartache, so we thought it was about time to bring you another "MLS Back Catalogue". In this feature, AFTN revisits artists' discographies, authors' bibliographies and different genres of music, books and films, all re-imagined with the current and recent players and managers of Major League Soccer. And it's all done in a full 'Top of the Pops' style top ten countdown. On November 2nd 1978, one of our all-time favourite albums was released. "Outlandos d'Amour" by The Police had many a spin as
  16. Every few weeks we bring you "MLS Back Catalogue", where AFTN revisits artists' discographies, authors' bibliographies and different genres of music, books and films, all re-imagined with the current and recent players and managers of Major League Soccer. And this week, also future! And it's all done in a full 'Top of the Pops' style top ten countdown. We were inspired with our feature today by the Whitecaps MLS Reserve League game on Monday and the appearance of a certain Residency player for the Caps. Watch out for him featuring as we bring you today's MLS Back Catalogue by The Beatles...
  17. Every few weeks we bring you "MLS Back Catalogue", where AFTN revisits artists' discographies, authors' bibliographies and different genres of music, books, films or whatever, all re-imagined with the current and recent players and managers of Major League Soccer. And all done in a full 'Top of the Pops' style top ten countdown. We always think that life is better when accompanied by song. It works on Broadway, in the West End and on screen. Why talk, when you can sing?! Why sit quietly and watch football, when you can stand and chant?! With this in mind, our MLS Back Catalogue today delves
  18. Every few weeks we bring you "MLS Back Catalogue", where AFTN revisits artists' discographies, authors' bibliographies and different genres, re-imagined with the current and recent players and managers of Major League Soccer. And all done in a full 'Top of the Pops' style top ten countdown. We thought we'd go all literary this week and have our first author's MLS Back Catalogue, today featuring the works of William Shakespeare…. ************************************ (10) A Midsummer Wes Knight's Dream (9) Tyson Wahl's Well That Ends Well (8) Julio Cesar (7) The Aron Winter's Tale (6)
  19. Football and music have always gone hand in hand with AFTN. We even used to produce a free local music scene pull-out back in our fanzine days. Keeping this bond, every few weeks we bring you "MLS Back Catalogue", where AFTN revisits artists' discographies and writers' bibliographies, re-imagined with the current and recent players of Major League Soccer. And all done in a full 'Top of the Pops' style top ten countdown. Today our MLS Back Catalogue comes from The Smiths…. ************************************ (10) Evan Bush Knows I'm Miserable Now (9) The Boy With Zach Thornton In His Si
  20. Football and music have always gone hand in hand with AFTN. We even used to produce a free local music scene pull-out back in our fanzine days. Flicking through some old back issues, and inspired by hearing something similar on Danny Baker's Saturday morning radio show on the BBC, we thought we'd resurrect an old AFTN section from back in the day. So readers, we bring you "MLS Back Catalogue", where we revisit artists' discographies, and writers' bibliographies, re-imagined with the players of Major League Soccer, in a full 'Top of the Pops' style top ten countdown. It's Christmas day, so w
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