With Whitecaps pre-season launching this week at UBC, Patrick Johnston welcomes Mike Martignago aboard to take a first look at the new season. Is Carl Robinson done spending? Can we really expect anything different this year from last? And what the heck happened with Nosa? Plus, a run through of everyone’s favourite: Mike’s annual look […]
Two games since the last podcast. Two games which tell us a lot. The Caps pulled out a big win over a very poor Galaxy side. And they put up a very brave effort against a very good Tigres side. Mike Martignago and Patrick Johnston break it all down, from goalkeeping, to crowd sizes, to […]
Hey now, here’s some news: a Trade! Mike Martignago joins Patrick Johnston to look at the exit of Kekuta Manneh. Tony Tchani is the return. What’s the deal? This is the Whitecaps Weekly on Province Sports Radio.
So the Whitecaps aren’t off to the best start. There’s just two goals in three league games. Oh, and two red cards. And some real struggles moving the ball through midfield. Patrick Johnston and Mike Martignago are back to look at the Whitecaps in their week off. There’s a defence of Carl Robinson in here […]
Who are these guys? Patrick Johnston brings Mike Martignago in to launch the 2017 season of the Whitecaps Weekly. What to make of the additions of Brek Shea and Fredy Montero. (And Mauro Rosales!) The Whitecaps have one clear task ahead of them this season: fix the defending. There was a lot which went wrong […]
The podcast is back. We were off for too long. Sounds fitting, sadly, for the end of the Whitecaps’ season. Marc Weber joins Patrick Johnston to look at a team clearly on the verge of transition. First, how did we get here? And then there’s that dustup in training this week between David Ousted and […]
Remarkably, the Whitecaps still have a sliver of hope. But really, it was dealt the mortal wound in Seattle. Patrick Johnston and Marc Weber begin the process of sorting out what went wrong this year. There are still games to play of course, but the team will surely get a different look this off season. […]
Really, it’s down to one spot. There are four suitors. The Whitecaps are one of them. Marc Weber and Patrick Johnston take stock of the MLS playoff race, with the Whitecaps set to face the Galaxy in LA. It’s all about the defence. And then getting results. Thankfully the competition isn’t exactly firing on all […]
This week on the Whitecaps Weekly, Marc Weber is here, again, to set up the Whitecaps on the road in New England. A big result last week, another two weeks ago, are they about the catch the Revs at the right time and spin off a third straight win? Also, what about that Canadian women's team on Saturday?
Welcome back, everyone. Have you enjoyed your week off? Marc Weber's been busy. So have the Whitecaps - just, unlike Marc, they weren't at BC Place. Remember that big win over the Galaxy? Now they're off to the Big Apple. Or near it, anyway.
Help us sort this all out, Marc Weber. The Whitecaps have used 15 different lineups this season. When will they settle on one? When will they learn the lesson that falling behind early isn't a good strategy? Patrick Johnston joins Marc to talk all things Whitecaps.
Can the Whitecaps go into Denver and scrape out a win against a struggling Rapids side? Colorado has 7 draws already this year. They've scored just 9 goals. If you ever wanted a road game ripe for the picking, this is the one. Patrick Johnston and Marc Weber set it all up.
A mid-week snoozer against Edmonton, yes, but a big derby match on Saturday will save us. Right, Marc Weber? The Province's soccer writer joins Patrick Johnston to figure out the Whitecaps' Voyageurs Cup plan after their poor 1-1 showing against the Eddies. The Sounders may or may not have Obafemi Martins in the lineup, but they'll still have Clint Dempsey.