Archive for Bob Lenarduzzi

The Canadian Soccer Mustache Contest

Posted in Canada, Vancouver Whitecaps with tags , , , , , , , , , on November 11, 2010 by Jamie

In honour of Movember, we at Some Canadian Guys are pleased to announce the Canadian Soccer Mustache Contest. Below you’ll find a selection of the very finest facial hair in Canadian soccer history (well, the finest facial hair that can be found in the player photos on the CSA’s website, at least), and a chance to choose your favourite. Continue reading


It’s Called Football: February 18, 2010

Posted in Podcasts with tags , , , , , , , , , on February 18, 2010 by Daniel Squizzato

A double shot of interview goodness today, as we speak to L.A. soccer writer Nick Green about Landon Donovan, David Beckham and the Galaxy’s chances this season, as well as Vancouver Whitecaps president Bob Lenarduzzi, who talks about his club’s academy system, the importance of player development and how the team’s current setup will be affected once the squad enters MLS in 2011.

Also, we talk about the significance of Canada’s upcoming friendly against Argentina, the significance of Paul Dickov being on trial with Toronto FC and the significance of anonymous players making worrisome statements about MLS labour negotiations. To balance out all that significance, we also have The Full 90 and Rollins making jokes about curling.

It’s Called Football: February 18, 2010 (full show, mp3)
Interview Only: Bob Lenarduzzi
Interview Only: Nick Green

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It’s Official: Whitecaps to Join MLS in 2011

Posted in Vancouver Whitecaps with tags , , , , , on March 18, 2009 by Jamie

The dust has settled, and commissioner Don Garber has officially announced that the MLS’s 17th team will be the Vancouver Whitecaps. The official announcement came at a press conference today featuring everyone from B.C. Premier Gordon Campbell (whose crackling voice, by the way, makes him sound like a 14-year-old boy) and Vancouver mayor Gregor Robertson, to Don Garber, Bob Lenarduzzi and the non-Steve Nash members of the Whitecaps’ ownership team. Continue reading