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FTBL Ep. 100 - It's a FTBL Party with Russell Berrisford

The Vancouver Whitecaps fell against star-studded NYCFC last Saturday on a game that had its fair share of controversy. What does a third loss mean for the Blue and White? We try to answer that question with Russell Berrisford. The bad results didn't rain on our parade as we continue our celebrations for episode 100.

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It's our 100th FTBL episode, and as always there is plenty to talk about with our Vancouver Whitecaps, but just like last week the news isn't good.  Be that as it may the 'Caps have three matches left in the season to turn it around in time for the playoffs.

In Part 1 (1'-21') Mark & Jorge first welcome Chris the Producer to the show, then break down the 2-1 home loss to NYC FC and some of the issues that led to the defeat.

In Part 2 (22'-40') the first ever FTBL guest, Russell Berrisford, joins the guys to talk about the current state of affairs and what to expect in the final few weeks of the season.

Part 3 (41'-67') is all about us, and the guys share their stories about how FTBL came to be, announce the #FTBL100 winner, and share some of our listeners favorite Whitecaps memories.

Special Guest:

Russell Berrisford: TwitterVancouver Sun Soccer Shorts


Celebration - Kool and the Gang / Belong - EDX / Chemicals feat. Thomas Troelsen - Don Diablo.

Episode Produced By:

Chris Marsh: Twitter



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