The Whitecaps showed lots of character to overturn a two-goal deficit to win in San Jose last weekend. This week, the Caps will play the very same Earthquakes at home, and look to secure three more valuable points in their playoff hunt.
This week Mark & Jorge discuss all the latest news about the Vancouver Whitecaps, look ahead to this weekend's game against the San Jose Earthquakes and much more.
The very first episode of FTBL dropped on October 19th, 2013. This week we warp back to a time when the Whitecaps were freshly crowned Kings of Cascadia.
This week we have a special post match show in which Mark and Rituro break down the 2-2 draw between the Vancouver Whitecaps and TFC in the first leg of the Canadian Championship.
This week Mark & Rituro dial things back and relive Alphonso Davies sublime performance against Minnesota United last weekend. We also play VWFC manager spending all those Davies Bucks™, preview the NYC FC match and talk all about Pacific FC.
There's plenty going on with the Vancouver Whitecaps this week starting with the news that Alphonso Davies has completed his transfer to Bayern Munich for a MLS record $22-million.
We also discuss the Caps' big win over the Montreal Impact in the Voyageurs Cup, and how the MLS Cup playoffs are slowly starting to slip away for the Blue and White.
Tonight on FTBL we cover a lot of ground as we look back at the latest series of losses suffered by VWFC, and how we believe that the season is hanging by a very thin thread.
This week we're honoured to be joined by Jimmy Conrad to recap the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia. Jimmy breaks downs the highs and lows of the tournament, and shares some of his experiences playing at the World Cup for the US Men's National Team.
This week we bear witness to an extremely rare Jorge Mendoza sighting here in FTBL Studios, and we discuss all the latest about the Whitecaps FC and World Cup.
This week Mark & Rituro take a look back at the Whitecaps' disappointing loss against Colorado on Canada Day, and how they need to start winning matches if the playoffs are going to be a possibility this year.
The guys also talk about the visit of the Chicago Fire this weekend, Marc Geiger isn't horrible, and World Cup news.
The World Cup break is over for the Vancouver Whitecaps, who lost big in Philadelphia last weekend.
This week Mark & Rituro discuss 'SKC Lite', hand out report cards for the first half of the Whitecaps season, and talk about what has been a very enjoyable Group Stage at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.