NWSB Insider and Vancouver Whitecaps blogger Alistair Corp weighs in with his latest Whitecaps piece, an end of the season awards special. With the post season coming to an end prematurely for Caps fans, Alistair is here to help you transition back to your regular life, with a handful of awards based on former Whitecaps stars.
NWSB Insider and Vancouver Whitecaps blogger Alistair Corp weighs in with his last post game recap from Thursday. For the last time until March, we present to you, things to love and things to hate. The Whitecaps counter attack wasn’t an attack at all. It was a dump and chase game that made Alistair think he was watching hockey. Good thing Brad Knighton was in. He has been nothing short of solid in these two months following his takeover from Joe Cannon.
NWSB Insider and Vancouver Whitecaps blogger Alistair Corp weighs in with his post game recap from Saturday. With the 0-0 draw and the Montreal Impact lose earlier in the day, the Whitecaps earn top spot in the Canadian Championship, and thus avoid a first round fight with TFC in next year’s Canadian Championship. For the first time since early July, neither Kenny Miller nor Barry Robson was in Martin Rennie’s starting Xl.
Take That, TFC! Despite suffering a 1-0 loss to rival Portland Timbers; the Vancouver Whitecaps clinched a playoff spot when hated rival Seattle Sounders knocked off FC Dallas 3-1. FC Dallas was 4 points behind the ‘Caps wit both having two games remaining. The lose to the Sounders spoiled FC Dallas’ plans. The Whitecaps will […]
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 […]
Whitecaps 2-2 draw with the Colorado Rapids on Sunday. The Good. Super Kenny Miller finally showed what Martin Rennie had been telling us all along – the man knows how to put the ball home! He buried a beauty for his second of the year and first at BC Place. Three chances the ‘Caps had to clear that ball away from danger and three times the most reliable ‘Caps defenders whiffed. (the bad)
Whitecaps 0-1 FC Dallas The Vancouver Whitecaps suffered their fifth consecutive defeat, losing to FC Dallas, a team that is basically made of glass. FC Dallas is now trailing the Whitecaps by one point for the final playoff spot, but the ‘Caps have one game in hand. Love ‘Em 11/11, Rennie! An excellent starting Xl selected […]
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.
Our man C-Mac has his finger firmly on the pulse of the Vancouver Whitecaps in their second season of MLS soccer. C-Mac gives us his match preview of FC Dallas vs. Whitecaps. International matches are taking quite a few players off both rosters, but Kenny Miller and Atiba Harris will look to step in and make an impact. With Gershon Koffie suspended for the contest as well, Vancouver is breathing a sigh of relief at the depth they have.
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).
Our man C-Mac has his finger firmly on the pulse of the Vancouver Whitecaps in their second season of MLS soccer. C-Mac gives us his match preview of Real Salt Lake vs. Whitecaps. The excitement of the Canadian women’s team’s bronze performance in London has raised interest in soccer in Vancouver. How will young Brazilian holding midfielder Tiago Ulisses impact the lineup.