Jorge is joined by Rituro as they dissect the 3-2 Whitecaps loss against the Houston Dynamo. Who is the weakest link? Should we hit the panic button? Is there any positives drawn from this match? It is all in this episode.
For a second straight week the Vancouver Whitecaps lost, remaining winless so far in the 2019 season. This weekend the Blue & White travel south to Texas to play the Houston Dynamo at BBVA Stadium.
Joining us first of all to talk about the first few weeks of the season is Whitecaps FC goalkeeper Maxime Crépeau and then Later in the show we're joined by Derek Stowers from Dynamo Theory to preview the match again the Houston Dynamo this weekend.
The 2019 MLS officially got underway for the Vancouver Whitecaps last Saturday at home to Minnesota United. The Whitecaps may have lost the match, but it was an entertaining affair with many positive hints of things to come.
This week Mark & Jorge break down the match and welcome WFC defender Doneil Henry to program to talk more about the season opener and where the team goes from here.
The long offseason is finally over when the Whitecaps take to the field in their season opener on Saturday afternoon against Minnesota United.
Joining us this week is Whitecaps midfielder Russell Teibert to talk about all the changes that have happened to the Whitecaps over the winter and what to expect for the season ahead.
In the second part of the show we're joined by Pacific FC CEO and co-owner Rob Friend to discuss all the latest news from the Canadian Premier League and what's next for the club as their prepare for their inaugural match against Halifax on April 28th.
This week Jorge and Mark recap the latest action and signings for the Vancouver Whitecaps, and look ahead to the final preseason matches against Tijuana and LAFC.
In the second half of the show Mark is joined by author Christopher Sweeney to discuss his new book titled Mad Dog Gravesen: the Last of the Modern Footballing Mavericks.
Footballer Thomas Gravesen rose to the pinnacle of football after a humble start in a small Danish town. By the time he retired early at the age of 32 Gravesen had nearly 70 caps for Denmark, played in the UEFA Champions League and blew up the Hamburg training pitch with dynamite.
Chris tells us all about the life and times of Gravesen: the good, the bad, and the ugly, and why football is better with characters like Thomas.
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There's plenty of Whitecaps news to talk about this week with pair of preseason matches and a pair of new signings.
As preseason inches ever closer to First Kick 2019 we discuss our expecations for the Whitecaps' season, and our thoughts on their preseason form so far.
We also check in with Ben Fisk from Pacific FC to hear about his move to the Canadian Premier League, and his goals for his new club.
Hwang In-beom is in. Juarez is out. Felipe and Reyna are back. Blondell has been loaned out. Sutter is in, and so it keeps going.
This week Mark and Jorge catch up on all the players coming and going from the Vancouver Whitecaps, and also chat with Paul Neat from KLeagueUnited.com to learn more about the Caps' exciting new South Korean midfield playmakers Hwang In-beom.
Last week we were starting to worry that Marc dos Santos and his Whitecaps looked like they were missing too many players on the eve of MLS preseason.
Fast forward a week, however, and it's completely different story. Dos Santos has been busy bringing in new players and has been hinting that he's still not done.
This week Mark & Rituro break down the latest signings, chat about some of the rumoured signings and wade into the discussion on who should wear the captain's armband for the Whitecaps in 2019.
This week we take a look at the offseason moves Marc dos Santos and the Whitecaps have made over the winter, and address areas in the squad that needed to be filled before the preseason kicks off in just a few short weeks.