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Loyal Company of the River Valley Podcast

A podcast dedicated to FC Edmonton. Also covering NASL and other Canadian soccer happenings. Much of what is said on this show is made under the influence of scotch, rum, beer and cigars.
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Oct 27, 2017

This weeks podcast is brought to you by the Edmonton Community Foundation! The Edmonton Community Foundation works as a bridge between donors and charities to help create a contribute to the strong vibrant community here in Edmonton. They also produce The Well Endowed podcast and this month they feature pop culture icon and social justice advocate George Takei. Much like last months podcast, we really enjoyed this one as well. You can listen to this podcast and others here.

LCRV is a proud member of the Alberta Podcast Network powered by ATB. You can find us and other great Alberta podcasts here.

With Nathan still in Australia, Adam is joined by Tobi to talk about the final home game of the year. While a loss to Miami FC is something we've grown accustomed to, there was a weird feeling at the end of the game and we share our thoughts on it. And with this weeks match against Puerto Rico FC, we talk about the need for donations to help the devastated island try to recover from Hurricane Maria. Please feel free to donate if you haven't to the Carmelo Anthony Puerto Rico Relief Fund here. For context, Carmelo Anthony is the owner of Puerto Rico FC and has strong ties there.

Up next Greyson Knutson of Eddies TV joins Adam to talk about why he got into broadcasting, why he loves soccer, how he joined the FC Edmonton team and much more!

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