Extratime: LAFC win Shield, Impact win CanChamp, Loons win ... playoffs? Is Valeri leaving Portland?

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In this episode, Andrew Wiebe, David Gass, Bobby Warshaw and Susannah Collins fire off the confetti cannons for LAFC, 2019 MLS Supporters’ Shield winners. It’s time to celebrate Carlos Vela, Bob Bradley and the rest of the Black and Gold, including their amazing supporters. But … does LAFC still need to win MLS Cup to be considered one of the best teams in MLS history? Some say yes. Others no.

Also in this episode … Chris Wondolowski cements Quakes/MLS legend status, Impact seal CCL spot via Canadian Championship win, NYCFC are killing it in the East (and the transfer market), CCL and Leagues Cup berths, Adrian Heath keeps up the “us against the world” routine after Loons clinch playoff spot, Galaxy are who they are and they’re an MLS Cup contender and the Timbers mull DP deal for Diego Valeri.

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Time Segment
3:25 Wondo, man of the people, gets rowdy with Quakes supporters
8:05 LAFC win Supporters’ Shield … Are they the best team in MLS history?
17:37 Allez Impact! Montreal win Canadian Championship/CCL spot
21:20 NYCFC whoop Atlanta/are killing it in the transfer market
27:52 Concacaf Champions League + Leagues Cup qualification as it currently stands
31:39 MNUFC in the playoffs! Heath keeps up “us against the world” routine
36:16 Who trusts the LA Galaxy? Who wants to play them in the playoffs?
38:25 Who will get in? Portland, Dallas or San Jose (50:12)? You pick two
44:25 Should the Timbers re-sign Diego Valeri to a DP deal?
53:51 Extratime Mailbag: New Crew stadium, Heath’s tactics, Chara or Valeri



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