Whitecaps 4-0 Chivas USA The Vancouver Whitecaps finally got back to their winning ways on Wednesday night, winning a huge game 4-0. The win puts the Whitecaps up 5 points over FC Dallas, with two games remaining. FC Dallas has 3 games remaining, including a Sunday game against the same Chivas team. Love ’em Cautiously Optimistic […]
NWSB Insider and rookie Vancouver Whitecaps blogger Alistair Corp gives us his love ‘em hate ‘em from the Dallas FC vs. Whitecaps FC matchup. The ‘Caps offense struggled mightily Wednesday night. Martin Bonjour picked up his fifth yellow card of the season last night. It’s Sounders week on Saturday. If Jay DeMerit isn’t back by then, look for Alain Rochat to slide inside next to Andy O’Brien and Jordan Harvey to take his spot on the left.
NWSB Insider and rookie Vancouver Whitecaps blogger Alistair Corp gives us his love ‘em hate ‘em from the Real Salt Lake vs. Whitecaps FC matchup. Despite the victory by the Whitecaps, they still must feel frustrated and the obvious missed penalty by a Salt Lake defender in the 10th minute. Joe Cannon got a straight red card in Vancouver’s last match, handling the ball outside the box (saving a goal albeit).
NWSB Insider and rookie Vancouver Whitecaps blogger Alistair Corp gives us his thoughts on Irish defender Andy O’Brien signing with the Whitecaps FC. O’Brien is a veteran in England, appearing in over 300 matches for various clubs. He says having another world class player on the team will bring us another step closer to being a poster boy of success for the league.
NWSB Insider and rookie Vancouver Whitecaps blogger Alistair Corp gives us his love ’em hate ’em from the Whitecaps FC vs. Real Salt Lake matchup. With the departures of Eric Hassli and Le Toux, and with Jay DeMerit not 100% rested from the mid-week All-Star match, the Whitecaps came out a little flat tonight at Rio Tinto. With a little more time together, Dane Richards and Darren Mattocks can be a lethal combination for the ‘Caps.
NWSB Newcomer and Vancouver Whitecaps blogger Alistair Corp tells us his thoughts on the MLS designated player signing this week by the Vancouver Whitecaps. Into the mix comes another Scottish international. Kenny Miller. Miller will add a much needed scoring touch to a ‘Caps team that ranks 14th in the MLS in goals this season. A striker he last played with Cardiff City of England’s Championship Division.
NWSB Newcomer and Vancouver Whitecaps blogger Alistair Corp tells us his thoughts on the MLS Soccer team’s second year chances of making the playoffs in MLS. No longer is the team giving up the ball carelessly, and on the rare occurrence they do, they’re still in great position to win it back. Offense is clicking due in large part is the additions of superstar Sebastien Le Toux and second overall pick Darren Mattocks.