Vancouver Whitecaps FC Blogger C-Mac is back with another Vancouver Whitecaps MLS player profile. This time he is taking a look at the ever dangerous Sebastien Le Toux. A native of France, Le Toux never really made an impact until he came stateside and landed with the Seattle Sounders FC. After years there he moved on to the Philadelphia Union, before finally becoming a mainstay in the Witecaps starting 11.
NWSB insider and Vancouver Whitecaps blogger C-Mac tells us despite his size, Eric Hassli has a fine first touch and is capable of breathtaking skill at times, most notably with his dipping volley from the edge of the 18 yard box back across his body and into the top corner against rivals Seattle Sounders in 2012. Hassli was a bit of a vagabond in his European years. Onto his MLS athlete profile.
Did you miss the Vancouver Whitecaps vs. San Jose Earthquakes? NWSB Insider and Whitecaps blogger C-Mac tells us San Jose’s patience paid off as they absorbed the pressure then countered late on for a convincing 3-1 win over Van City. The roof caved in when Chris Wondolowski slipped past a woefully out of place Jay DeMerit.
Did you miss the Vancouver Whitecaps vs. Philadelphia Union? NWSB Insider and Whitecaps blogger C-Mac tells us without Hassli, Camilo or Mattocks, and with a subdued performance from Davide Chiumiento, there was little initiative to break the deadlock. Sebastien Le Toux’s late run into the box was the best effort of the game.
Did you miss the Vancouver Whitecaps vs. DC United? NWSB Insider and Whitecaps blogger C-Mac tells us that Jay DeMerit spearheaded defense and kept them sharp while Joe Canon made a terrific save in goal that surely made the highlight reels. The midfield was solid defensively but had little to offer moving forward.
Did you miss the Vancouver Whitecaps vs. Chivas USA Saturday? NWSB Insider and Whitecaps blogger C-Mac tells us the front line did not have a lot of ball to work with, due to low possession numbers, but worked hard to check back. Eric Hassli’s presence in the box drew a lot of attention on the cross by Camilo, opening up space for Jay DeMerit’s late run and header for goal.
Did you miss the Montreal Impact vs. Vancouver Whitecaps Saturday? NWSB Insider and Whitecaps blogger C-Mac tells us the back line keyed this win with their strong positional play and strength in the tackle. Gershon Koffie, Jun Marques Davidson, Chiumiento and Camilo were solid for the most part. Sebastien Le Toux had a great game.