Soccer on the Rise Podcast: Historic CANMNT win against the USA

CANMNT win
TORONTO, ON - OCTOBER 15: Alphonso Davies #12 of Canada celebrates his goal during a game between Canada and USMNT at BMO Field on October 15, 2019 in Toronto, Canada. (Photo by John Dorton/ISI Photos/Getty Images)

PODCAST – Hello, hello! Second episode of Soccer on the Rise is up! In this show, Thomas was joined by fellow journalists Larry Henry Jr from SBI Soccer, and Tristan D’Amours from ProSoccerUSA.com. Together, they thoroughly analyzed the game between Canada and the United States, a historic CANMNT win, sharing their different points of view on the match played at BMO Field.

Soccer on the Rise Podcast: Historic CANMNT win against the USA

The conversation spanned from player analysis, thoughts on current situations for both National Teams, absences on each side, to what the near future will bring for both Les Rouges and The Stars and Stripes.

The guys finished off their conversation by discussing what could happen when both countries meet again in Orlando, Florida, on November 15th. Canada still need results to go their way in order to qualify for the CONCACAF Hexagonal.

Soccer on the Rise is a part of Last Word on Soccer and Last Word on Sports Radio. You can subscribe to the podcast on SoundCloud. Other podcatchers will be added soon.

Follow our great hosts on Twitter: @ThomasNef2 and @juanpabloao. Follow the show on Twitter: @SoccerRise.

Thomas Nef is a Contributor for Last Word on Soccer and a 21-year-old Freelance Reporter studying Radio and Television based out of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Passionate about Canadian Soccer. Other passions include travel, tennis, family, and friends.

Juan Pablo Avendano is a Digital Content Producer with a passion for soccer. Originally from Chile, he worked for a TV station dedicated to soccer for almost five years, getting a great insight into the industry. After that, he moved to Beijing, China, where he lived for four years and worked part-time as a host for a TV show about soccer. He is currently residing in Edmonton, Alberta, with his wife and his two lovely dogs.

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