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Joel Waterman

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Weekly Sauce Episode 51 featuring Joel Waterman

Hot Sauce Sports

Terry Tam and Alex The Intern sit down with Joel Waterman, defenseman for Montreal Impact and the Canadian Men's National Team Program. Joel is a great guy with excellent taste in European Football. This episode is brought to you by Mike's BBQ Rub. Visit MikesBBQRUBMTL.com and use HotSauce10 for 10% off on all Individual Bottles Including the famous Mustard Truffle Sauce and their amazing Rub. Don't Forget to Rub Your Meat.


26 May 2021

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Soccer Stories: Joel Waterman The First Player To Get Signed from the CPL to the MLS - Get Into The Journey

CPL Fever: Canadian Premier League News & In-Depth Player Interviews - Get into the ⚽️ Journey

Warning! This interview is highly recommended for any kids who aspire to go pro.  The first time I saw Joel Waterman playing soccer was when he was playing for Cavalry FC under head coach Tommy Wheeldon Jr.  Joel was so good in the inaugural season of the CPL that Club De Foot Montreal signed him and became the first team to sign a player from the CPL, and Joel became the first-ever player that started out in the CPL to go to the MLS. Since that defining moment, Joel Waterman has received multiple call ups to the Canadian senior Men's National Team. The Joel Waterman Interview We had a great conversation. Joel left a huge impression on me. If you have watched our previous interviews, you know how much I believe that having the "right" mindset can get you through anything. Listening to Joel I was impressed by his attitude, mindset, and discipline. In fact, there is one thing he  said will stay with me, and I think this is part of the secret to his incredible ascent is: Joel Waterman"The most supernatural thing we can do is be consistent." During our interview, our goal is to get into the soccer journey of our guests. We want to know how they fell in love with soccer, how they realized that soccer was the path they wanted to take, what drove them to pursue their football goal with passion, and what set them apart from the rest. We loved getting into Joel's journey, from the love of soccer shared by his whole family, Saturday morning games, and how his Dad was instrumental in developing his skills, getting him to understand the importance of "getting good at the basics." We also talked about the defining moments in his career, starting with the CPL to his move to the MLS and coaching with Thierry Henry. We delve into the changes he made to his game when he went from a CDM to a CB, what its like to be a ball-carrying center back (CB), his playing style and who he likes to watch and emulate. We also covered his Ambassadorship with Kidsport and other passion projects that are important to him. To wrap up the interview, we asked Joel some fun Rapid Fire Questions to get to know him better! Watching the interview, you can see that each answer was given with much thought and reflection. This is an incredibly in-depth interview and I want to thank Joel for getting into his journey and inspiring me and others to pursue our dreams. https://youtu.be/ob-knLUpWgQ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cplfever/message

1hr 30mins

7 May 2021

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Oct. 24: Hour 2 with Joel Waterman & Fred Daigle

514 Sports

Joey Alfieri is joined by Impact defender Joel Waterman and Canadian Press baseball writer Fred Daigle.


24 Oct 2020

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Joel Waterman from the Montreal Impact and playing for Thierry Henry

Tidal League FC: MLS

In the span of merely two years, our guest Joel Waterman has transitioned from playing university soccer in BC, to the Professional Development League, to playing for World Cup winner and former France superstar Thierry Henry with the  Montreal Impact. Along the way, the young Canadian defensive midfielder went to the CPL finals with Cavalry FC, and became the first ever player to be sold from a CPL club to a MLS side. Joel joins us from quarantine, after returning to Canada following the Impact's departure from the MLS is Back Tournament in Florida and discusses his growth as a player, the mental challenges of adapting to the MLS amidst the COVID era and playing for a living legend.


19 Aug 2020

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Episode 398 - The AFTN Soccer Show (True Colours with guest Joel Waterman)

AFTN Soccer Show (Vancouver Whitecaps/MLS)

The latest AFTN Soccer Show is out and it's another packed episode. A lockout has been averted and the MLS tournament in Orlando seems to be all systems go. Could there yet be a spanner thrown in the works? We chat about that, hear from some angry players around the league about the ins and outs of the negotiations, and MLS commissioner Don Garber shares his take on it all. There's still a lot of unanswered questions that exist around thee tournament in terms of safety, post quarantine measures, and more, and we hear from the Whitecaps' Andy Rose about his personal situation and the tough decision he faces. Our feature interview this week is with a BC boy riding high out in Montreal, centre back Joel Waterman. We chat with Joel about his career so far, his move to MLS, being thrust in at the deep end right away, and a lot more. Here's the rundown for the main segments from the episode:05.50: MLS lockout averted but players left angry - with audio from Don Garber, Ethan Finlay, Evan Bush, Zac MacMath, and Jake Nerwinski35.44: Player concerns around safety and family left behind - with audio from Andy Rose and Evan Bush49.10: Cross border quarantine issues - with audio from Evan Bush and Jake Nerwinski54.02: Tournament details still not set - with audio from Jake Nerwinski60.32: The turbulent week in MLS discussed85.10: Joel Waterman interview116.29: Wavelength - Haunted House - 442 (Football)121.54: Canadian Premier League News of the Week

2hr 18mins

8 Jun 2020

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EP 19 : Joel Waterman

The 1st Half Podcast

Pro Footballer Joel Waterman made history as the first ever player from the Canadian Premier League to be sold to an MLS club. He made his debut for the Montreal Impact on February 19 against Saprissa in a CONCACAF Champions League match and  made his MLS debut for the Impact in their season opener against the New England Revolution on February 29, 2020.


8 May 2020