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Cup Capitulation: Round 2

By Aaryn Vivian // @aarynvivian

It’s been a tough few months in Whitecaps-land.  With a record of 3-3-1 in MLS league play since the beginning of August, things don’t seem terribly dire on paper, but with the… 664 more words

Team Updates

Ruidiaz double delivers Cascadia Cup in Sounders 2-1 win over Whitecaps

Yes the Seattle Sounders (13-9-5, 44 points) own the MLS record for most consecutive wins in the post-shootout era, ( nine for this keeping score at home) and yes the Sounders beat Cascadia Rivals… 725 more words

MLS

Whitecaps face the final curtain

So that’s just about it then.

After the 2-1 loss to the Seattle Sounders at BC Place on Saturday evening the Whitecaps sit four points off the playoff places with only six games left to play and a remaining schedule leaning very much to the “Yikes!” end of the spectrum. 499 more words

Cascadia rivals meet north of the border with a playoff spot on the line

League positions?

Vancouver are seventh in the West with 40 points in 27 games and are currently a point behind their Cascadia rivals.

Seattle are sixth in the Western Conference with 41 points and are just three behind rivals Portland Timbers who have 44 points. 251 more words

Soccer

Vancouver Whitecaps making history

In his book “1491” Charles C. Mann paints a picture of an American continent already utterly transformed by the human hand.

Long before Columbus and his crew touched land people had been shaping the surface of their home to fit their needs; forest fires to create vast clearings to make hunting easier, redirecting rivers and changing the very fabric of the world that grew around them. 585 more words

MLS Ticker: Marshall red card rescinded, Whitecaps sign Dutch striker, and more

Chad Marshall’s 81st-minute red card against Sporting KC has been unanimously rescinded, Major League Soccer announced Thursday.

Marshall was sent off with a straight red card by referee Baldomero Toledo after video review showed the defender clipping Johnny Russell’s leg with his cleats. 571 more words

Major League Soccer

Ghazal turns disappointment into motivation as he earns Egypt recall

VANCOUVER, BC – When Aly Ghazal joined Vancouver Whitecaps FC in 2017, one of his main goals was to not only impress in a ‘Caps shirt, but to earn a spot on Egypt’s roster for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia. 709 more words