In this installment of Radio Cascadia, the crew review this week's matches, and look towards next week's fixtures after a series of lukewarm performances by our Cascadian clubs.
Regular contributor Aaron Cambpell calls in to give us his perspective on Vancouver's 1-0 loss to Colorado, and some choice thoughts about the officiation on Saturday's match.
00:00 - Seattle retrospective
18:20 - Aaron Cambpell and the Vancouver Whitecaps
28:07 - Portland review
The Radio Cascadia crew spends its time looking at all six matches from around the Northwest this weekend in Ep. 43. Before they get there, though, there's another derby to review and a disappointing result from Texas to go over. This week's emphasis is on digging into the tactics of recent matches, including Sigi Schmid's new pragmatism, the importance of Cascadian width, and much more.
00:00 - Episode preview and depth concerns
07:12 - Portland/Seattle derby review
21:00 - Timbers discussion
33:16 - Amway Cup update
34:56 - Vancouver/Toronto preview
44:50 - Seattle/Kansas City preview
The crew celebrates a third derby in four weeks, with the majority of the attention going to Seattle's trip to top-of-the-table Vancouver this weekend. An extended introduction focuses on the roster deadline that passed this week. How did each club fare in covering all their bases on the roster? Aaron Campbell previews the derby from the Whitecaps perspective; Ed Pham recounts the Timbers' win in Montreal and gives the keys to the game for their road tie with Houston.
0:00:00 - Introduction and Roster Deadline Debate
0:26:00 - Seattle perspective of derby and review of their loss in Columbus
0:37:00 - Timbers Talk with Ed Pham
0:47:50 - Aaron Campbell on Whitecaps perspective of derby
1:08:00 - Outro
The Sounders pick up their fourth win in five, Vancouver leads the West after 9 games, and Portland found a foothold in the Cascadia Cup! It was a good week around the region, as we witnessed the third derby of the season. Come recap it with us, before we get you ready for all of the action next weekend!
00:00 - Portland: Why no goals? Was there progress in the draw with Vancouver? How will the team fare in Montreal?
19:00 - Seattle: Can anyone stop Dempsey and Martins? Has Seattle's defense been historically good? Does Columbus have the best offense Seattle have seen this year?
38:16 - Vancouver: Should we be concerned about the performance in Portland? Just how many will the Whitecaps put by Philadelphia?