MLS Soccer Updates: Vancouver Whitecaps Reserves (Apr. 16)

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Vancouver Whitecaps FC Blogger C-Mac is back with his weekly update and this time focuses on the reserves squad. The team sits first in their division led by keeper Brad Knighton and young Canadian Russell Teibert. Their success leaves the Whitecaps, coached by Martin Rennie with plenty of options going forward.

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.

Watching the Wave: Vancouver Whitecaps March 20th

Joe Cannon

Our man C-Mac has his finger firmly on the pulse of the Vancouver Whitecaps in their second season of MLS soccer. As we saw on the weekend, Joe Cannon suffered what appeared to be a thigh strain during match action, and now Darren Mattocks appears to have injured himself in some kind of kitchen based accident on Monday evening.

C-Mac Watching the Wave: Vancouver Whitecaps

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Our man C-Mac has his finger firmly on the pulse of the Vancouver Whitecaps in their first season of MLS soccer. This week he looks at the Whitecaps forwards. Their half million dollar flop in Mustapha Jarju was untouched in the expansion draft and Camilo Sanvezzo came in clutch for the inaugural Whitecaps season.

5 Reasons why the Whitecaps Lost to Colorado

Vancouver Whitecaps lost their season finale, but expect them back next year better than ever

NWSB insider Jason Green brings his top 5 reasons why the Vancouver Whitecaps lost to the Colorado Rapids. The Whitecaps could not hold the lead, did not take advantage, and could not build on their momentum. Alain Rochat scored in this one for Vancouver…

State Of The Whitecaps: Weekly Notebook | October 14th

Whitecaps Notebook

C-Mac our man with his pulse on the Vancouver sports beat is back with another edition of the Vancouver Whitecaps Notebook. This coming weekend, on Saturday, the Whitecaps travel to the Lone Star state to take on FC Dallas at Pizza Hut Park. Look for the Whitecaps’ Camilo Sanvezzo to continue his current goal streak.

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