90Plus Podcast – Interview with Whitecaps CEO Axel Schuster

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PODCAST – Welcome Vancouver Whitecaps FC fans, to Episode 34 of the 90Plus Podcast. The guys are joined by arguably the biggest guest on the show yet, with CEO/Sporting Director Axel Schuster joining Ben and Sebastian.

90Plus Podcast – Interview with Whitecaps CEO Axel Schuster

This is the 90Plus Podcast, where Ben Righetti and Sebastian Pereira talk and cover everything Whitecaps related. A podcast bringing listeners news, game recaps, analysis, and more surrounding Vancouver.

In this week’s episode, Schuster and the guys take a look at the 2020 season that was. They address some big points like the club’s separation from Mark Pannes, how COVID-19 affected his first year with the team, and this upcoming offseason, as well as the future as a whole.

Be sure to follow the podcast on twitter at @90PlusPodcast, as well as the hosts Ben Righetti @righettiben and Sebastian Pereira @SebastianP74. Find us on SoundCloud and Spotify.

About us:

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. Born in England, Ben was thrown into the life of wearing the blue and white of Chelsea, before moving to Vancouver.

Since then, the Whitecaps have been Ben’s go to for a dose of soccer. The east Londoner 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.


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