The new MLS season is almost here and Vancouver Whitecaps FC are ready for kickoff to the 2020 campaign. Can they claim an opening day result versus Sporting Kansas City at BC Place?
Following on from this week’s Whitecaps season preview, Tyler and Simon set up what fans of the Blue and White can expect on Saturday night in a new episode of Soccer Talk. They discuss what ‘Caps head coach Marc Dos Santos will be aiming to do and what can be expected from a reinforced Sporting KC.
We also hear exclusively from new Whitecaps midfielder David Milinkovic, as Simon sits down with the Frenchman to discuss his move to MLS and his hopes for the season. We also hear from Dos Santos, who spoke to the media ahead of opening day.
The guys give their predictions for Saturday’s game and debate if a new arrival may coming soon from abroad.
Vancouver Whitecaps FC added a centre back last weekend, but is Ranko Veselinovic what the Blue and White need in their backline, heading into the new season?
Soccer Talk returns for a new episode, as Tyler and Simon assess the 'Caps loan acquisition of the Serbian Under-21 international. Though considered a promising talent, it remains to be seen if Veselinovic will make Marc Dos Santos's side a stronger defensive unit.
With a little over two weeks until the 2020 MLS campaign begins, how will the Whitecaps line up versus the opposition? The boys take a further look at what fans should expect come February 29th at BC Place.
Tyler and Simon also assess what looks to be a challenging early season schedule for the 'Caps, while they recap the Canadian women's successful qualification to this summer's Tokyo Olympics. Can they make the podium for a third straight time?
Several new faces have arrived in the past few weeks at Vancouver Whitecaps FC, but will the new additions improve the fortunes of Marc Dos Santos’s squad in 2020?
Tyler and Simon return for a new episode of Soccer Talk, as they assess the latest arrivals to join the Blue and White and if they will make a difference after a dismal 2019 campaign.
Professional soccer is returning to the Nation’s Capital after Ottawa was announced last week as the first expansion club to join the Canadian Premier League (CPL) for 2020. Tyler and Simon assess the impact that Spanish giants Atletico Madrid may have as owners of the new CPL club and if Ottawa will be given a spot in this year’s Canadian Championship.
The guys also reflect on record-setter Christine Sinclair, who became soccer’s all-time leading international goalscorer during Olympic qualifying with the Canadian women’s national team.