FC Dallas vs. Whitecaps blog: love ‘em & hate ‘em

Team Canada

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.

Watching the Wave: Vancouver Whitecaps August 1st

Cascadia Cup Sounders FC vs. Whitecaps FC

Our man C-Mac has his finger firmly on the pulse of the Vancouver Whitecaps in their second season of MLS soccer. Davide Chiumiento, Eric Hassli and Sebastien Le Toux have been shown the door. In comes Andy O’Brien, Kenny Miller, Barry Robson, and Jamaican winger Dane Richards. Will we see better results? Time will tell. The pressure is now on Coach Martin Rennie.

Vancouver Whitecaps vs. Toronto FC (1st leg) post-match review

Eric Hassli Profile

Vancouver Whitecaps FC Blogger C-Mac is back with his matchday summary between your Whitecaps FC and Toronto FC in the Amway Canadian Championships. The Whitcaps almost lost this game, if not for the late game heroics of Eric Hassli, the ‘Caps would be down a goal going into leg #2 of this final series. With their first ever CONCACAF Champions League berth on the line, the Whitcaps need a victory in Toronto…

Whitecaps vs. FC Edmonton Amway Canadian game recap

David Chiumiento, Vancouver FC

Vancouver Whitecaps FC Blogger C-Mac is back with his matchday summary between your Whitecaps FC and Edmonton FC. The 2nd leg went well for Vancouver, who won the aggregate 5-1. Davide Chiumiento did his part in setting up crucial goals while we learned the wait for Darren Mattocks was well worth it for the Whitecaps. The Whitecaps go onto the next round of the Amway Canadian Championship.

Watching the Wave: Vancouver Whitecaps May 4th

Whitecaps Season Preview

Our man C-Mac has his finger firmly on the pulse of the Vancouver Whitecaps in their second season of MLS soccer. Forwards Etienne Barbara and Darren Mattocks are both very close to returning, with Mattocks back in training. There was a Hassli sighting this week. He scored. Hopefully this breakthrough for Hassli, who had been approaching almost 20 games without a goal, will trigger a landslide.

Watching the Wave: Vancouver Whitecaps April 26th

MLS Superdraft Darren Mattocks Whitecaps

Our man C-Mac has his finger firmly on the pulse of the Vancouver Whitecaps in their second season of MLS soccer. Omar Salgado was the number one selection in the 2010 SuperDraft, preceding the number two overall pick of Darren Mattocks, like the vast majority of young players, he found the step up to pro soccer to be a challenge.

Watching the Wave: Vancouver Whitecaps April 13th

FC Dallas vs. Vancouver

Our man C-Mac has his finger firmly on the pulse of the Vancouver Whitecaps in their second season of MLS soccer. The Whitecaps set an MLS record of 4 games, 67 minutes of shutting out their opponents. Then San Jose opened the flood gate. With the rash of injuries on the team, this week’s bye should help the Whitecaps out in a big way.

Watching the Wave: Vancouver Whitecaps April 5th

Whitecaps Notebook

Our man C-Mac has his finger firmly on the pulse of the Vancouver Whitecaps in their second season of MLS soccer. With Darren Mattocks, Eric Hassli, and Atiba Harris all out or suffering lingering injuries, it leaves the Whitecaps thin at striker. Long Tan may get the start he’s been looking for. Etienne Barbara was a frequent scorer in the NASL and it would be good to get a look at him.

Vancouver Whitecaps Pre-Season Round-up (February 28th, 2012)

Etienne Barbara

NWSB Insider and Vancouver Whitecaps blogger C-Mac brings us a pre season roundup recap on the Whitecaps today. If Sebastien Le Toux was somewhat of a surprise pick-up a couple of weeks back, considering the already healthy stable of strikers in Van City, then the acquisition of Maltese striker Etienne Barbara (another ex-Carolina RailHawk) was an even bigger wonder.

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