Ben Righetti, co-host of the 90Plus Podcast, is joined by Joshua Griffith from Sports Talk Line to recap Vancouver’s 2-0 win over CF Montreal on Saturday. They look at Vancouver’s offensive struggles, debate between Jake Nerwinski and Bruno Gaspar, and argue about how sustainable their style of play really is. Then Ben is joined by Jacob Schneider of MLS (47:09) to preview the Minnesota United clash this Wednesday. The two look at Minnesota’s poor start to the year, some weak areas of play that could benefit Vancouver, and give a glimpse into what to expect this Wednesday.
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About 90Plus Podcast:
90Plus Podcast can be found on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Anchor FM, and anywhere else you find your podcasts. There is also the podcast’s Twitter and Instagram @90PlusPodcast, and the hosts’ Twitter profiles at @RighettiBen and @Sebastianp74. Check out the most recent 90Plus Podcast episode here.
Ben Righetti covers the Whitecaps for Last Word on Soccer, attending practices and games to bring readers the best and most in depth coverage of the team possible. The English native recently graduated from the Broadcast and Online Journalism program at BCIT, and hopes that the coverage he provides for Last Word, mixed with his CFL experience and TSN internship can make him a prominent figure in Vancouver’s sports media market.
Sebastian Pereira is a contributor for World Football Index, covering the Vancouver Whitecaps. Born in Colombia, Sebastian has always had a strong passion for the beautiful game, with his top football memories being his country’s deep run in the 2014 FIFA World Cup and watching Liverpool lift the Champions League in 2019. Sebastian is currently in his second year of studying journalism in Vancouver and aims to cover the sport at a top level.