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Archives: Vancouver Whitecaps

Preview Of The MLS Knockout Round Matches

Posted on by Dan Holmes
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Major League Soccer wrapped up its regular season with one final weekend that saw teams eliminated from playoff contention and other teams cement their spot in the postseason. Before the league’s best get to play their first game in the … Continue reading

Vancouver Whitecaps Striker Darren Mattocks Focused On Achieving Success in MLS

Posted on by Kristan Heneage
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Think Darren Mattocks and the term ‘outspoken’ will often be found in his midst. A confident player, who sometimes falls into the realm of cocky, his explosion onto Major League Soccer started as soon as he was overlooked by the … Continue reading

Goal of the Weekend: Watch This Sensational Overhead Volley [VIDEO]

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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This week’s goal of the weekend entry is a sublime piece of skill. While a reader made a comment last week that he was getting tired of bicycle kick goals, this isn’t one of those. There are several wonderful aspects … Continue reading

Some Positive Signs For Whitecaps In 2-1 Loss To Houston

Posted on by Peter Galindo

If the Vancouver Whitecaps learned anything about themselves following their 2-1 loss against the Houston Dynamo at BBVA Compass Stadium, it’s that they’ll enjoy more victories away from B.C. Place this season. In 2012, the Whitecaps improved significantly, managing a … Continue reading

Vancouver Will Soldier On Without Leader DeMerit

Posted on by Peter Galindo

It was November 18th, 2010. In a marquee press conference the Vancouver Whitecaps, set to make their MLS debut in March 2011, announced their first major signing. That came in the form of Watford centre half Jay DeMerit. He was … Continue reading

Midweek Recap – Chicago Stumbles Again, Whitecaps Continue Chivas USA Misery

Posted on by Earl Reed

Two matches on Wednesday night, two completely different results for the playoff teams involved. Chicago 1:3 Philadelphia What is happening to Chicago? This is the second match in a row where the Fire looked outclassed. While that kind of result … Continue reading

LeToux To RBNY Highlights Recent Trade Activity

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

When the MLS Summer transfer window opened at the end of this past June, the New York Red Bulls were determined to shore up their midfield on the offensive side and get that classic number ten midfielder and hoped to … Continue reading

USMNT Fallout Of The Rangers Collapse

Posted on by Earl Reed

Scottish football is currently at a pivotal moment in its illustrious history. While the Scottish National Team has taken a dip (as evidenced by the thrashing the United States awarded the Scots in May), their Premier League has continued to … Continue reading

Streaks Continue for Two MLS Teams on Wednesday Night

Posted on by Robert Hay

There were only two Wednesday MLS games this week and they seemingly had little in common.  The results, however, were all about streaks that were on the line in the games.  Both streaks are amazing in their own way and … Continue reading

Zéro-Zéro: Return Of Le Toux Leads To Goalless Draw

Posted on by Earl Reed

Sebastien Le Toux came back to Philadelphia on Saturday as expected to face his former club. To the relief of Union fans, the defense they saw in 2011 also reappeared, earning the home team their first point of the 2012 … Continue reading

MLS ’12 Preview – Vancouver Whitecaps

Posted on by Earl Reed

Ahh, we’re almost here! Last night’s CONCACAF Champions League showdowns really revved things up for me. There is something unique about the North American game. While not everyone is high on it, give them time…it’s getting there, and last night … Continue reading

Le Toux, Mondragón Departures Signal Youth Movement In Philly

Posted on by Earl Reed

- SCROLL FOR UPDATES -  Just when you thought the Philadelphia Union had acquired some key pieces to supplement last year’s playoff team, two unexpected roster moves have left Union fans with questions galore heading into the 2012 season. This … Continue reading

Whitecaps Looking Up for 2012

Posted on by Robert Hay

The Vancouver Whitecaps’ first season in MLS ended as so many other “expansion” teams’ season have ended in U.S. leagues throughout the years: basement and struggling to build for the future.*  After the near immediate success of recent MLS additions … Continue reading

Video: The Controversial RSL Penalties

Posted on by Robert Hay

Yesterday, Vancouver extended Real Salt Lake’s losing streak to four games with a 3-0 win at BC Place.  However, the talk of the match were two penalties called on RSL, one of which led to a red card for Collen … Continue reading

2011: A B.C. Place Odyssey

Posted on by Earl Reed

B.C. These letters can mean a number of different things. In mainstream American sports, Boston College immediately comes to mind, primarily as a college football mainstay. For the non-sport initiated, B.C. used to be a time annotation. It was meant … Continue reading

New York Red Bulls Salvage Draw Against Vancouver

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o0t0bmtuYTM After two weeks of not playing a game due to Hurricane Irene and the international break, the New York Red Bulls got a fresh start this weekend with eight games remaining on their regular season schedule. Their opponent coming … Continue reading

Should Vancouver Have Been Forced to Forfeit?

Posted on by Robert Hay

Forfeits are usually a term for CYO soccer when a team doesn’t have the requisite ten players or there aren’t enough oranges for halftime.  Rarely does the terminology enter a debate in professional sports, where the money and resources are … Continue reading