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MLS Weekend Rewind: Week 28

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MLS got a record-setting weekend started in exciting fashion with a thrilling draw in front of a giant crowd.

Atlanta United and Orlando City put on a show for an MLS record crowd of 70,425 as the two southern rivals battled to a 3-3 draw. (READ)

Tony Tchani banged home an extra time equalizer to give the Vancouver Whitecaps a valuable away point in Columbus.

MLS Midweek Preview: Atlanta hosts Revs, Whitecaps take on Minnesota

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While the midweek slate may only feature two games on the schedule, those two games could go a long way towards determining playoff positioning.

Atlanta United remains in the thick of the Eastern Conference race as they continue to christen their new stadium. Next up? A match with the New England Revolution, who will need to close the season on a big run to have any sort of hope for a playoff berth.

Whitecaps ride second-half goals to hold off RSL

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The Vancouver Whitecaps took a major step toward securing a return to the MLS playoffs, while Real Salt Lake saw its own recent surge toward the postseason halted for the time being.

A pair of second-half goals from Kendall Waston and Yordy Reyna were enough to help give the Whitecaps a 3-2 victory over RSL at BC Place on Saturday night.

Seattle Sounders vs. Vancouver Whitecaps: Highlights, stats and quotes

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"The pursuit for perfection is insanity, right? But we're all trying to get there. We'll keep working at it." -Brian Schmetzer

The Seattle Sounders continue a historic unbeaten run in the MLS era with a 1-1 draw at BC Place against the Vancouver Whitecaps. While a draw on the road is almost universally a good result in MLS, Seattle is disappointed with only the one point, considering their 25 shots, 10 corner kicks and general dominance offensively for stretches of the match.

MLS Ticker: Matias Laba tears ACL, Nick Hagglund out 6-8 weeks and more

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The Vancouver Whitecaps suffered one of their most deflating losses of the season on Tuesday, as they learned midfielder Matias Laba will be out for the remainder of the season.

The Canadian club announced the 25-year-old Argentine is set to be away from the pitch until next spring, following an ACL tear in the midfielder's right knee suffered last Saturday at Gillette Stadium against the New England Revolution.

Revolution Shutout Whitecaps for Win

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. The New England Revolution's two summer window additions, Claude Dielna and Krisztian Nemeth, weren't yet available, but that didn't stop the Revolution from getting a key victory on Saturday night in their hunt to turn around a thus far disappointing season and make a run at the playoffs.

MLS Transfer Deadline Day: SBI Live Commentary

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As we approach the end of the 2017 regular season, today represents the final day for MLS teams to make adjustments to their rosters before the push to the playoffs begin in earnest.

Several teams have been active already in the secondary summer transfer window, much to their fans pleasure or chagrin, and many others have yet to make significant moves, again to varying fan reaction.

SBI Spotlight: Whitecaps defender Tim Parker thriving in 'second home' of Vancouver

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In his third season as a professional, Vancouver Whitecaps center back Tim Parker has established himself as a starter, but he wouldn't be in that position if it wasn't for the advice he received as a rookie.

Parker made one of the tougher transitions in North American soccer going from his native New York to Vancouver after being selected by the Whitecaps with the 13th overall pick in the 2015 MLS Draft out of St.

Whitecaps fight back to earn draw at Rapids

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It's like the old saying goes: it's not how you start a match; it's how you finish.

The Vancouver Whitecaps used that saying to the fullest on Saturday evening, earning a point in a 2-2 draw against the Colorado Rapids at Dick's Sporting Goods Park.

SBI MLS Power Rankings: Week 21

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It was a week of mismatches in MLS, as multiple teams won big.

Four teams won by an astounding 4-0 scoreline over the weekend. Toronto FC, the New York Red Bulls, Minnesota United, and the Vancouver Whitecaps all emerged victorious by that massive result.

MLS Weekend Rewind: Week 21

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There were goals aplenty in this week's MLS action, as four teams put up four goals each in high-powered showings.

A late equalizer from Hector Villalba salvaged a draw for Atlanta United, 1-1, against Orlando City. (READ)

A two-goal game from Kei Kamara boosted the New England Revolution to a 3-0 win over the Philadelphia Union.

Union lose, MLS recaps, David Accam leaving Chicago?: Brotherly Game Daily Links 7/30/17

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Another tough loss for the Union.

Philadelphia Union News

New England blanks Philadelphia, 3-0
Here's a recap from last night's game.

MLS News

MLS wrap - FC Dallas stunned by Vancouver Whitecaps as Atlanta gets late draw with Orlando Atlanta earn late draw against Orlando as Red Bulls crush Impact
FC Dallas tumbled off the top spot in the Western Conference after being stunned 4-0 at home by the Vancouver Whitecaps on Saturday.

Ebobisse goal, assist leads Timbers past Whitecaps

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A first-time starter led the way for a very thin Portland Timbers squad as they took down Vancouver Whitecaps at BC Place on Sunday.

First round draft pick Jeremy Ebobisse scored one goal and provided the assist on the other to earn his side a 2-1 road victory in a Cascadia Cup match.

The Timbers came into this match depleted by injuries, international call-ups, and a red card suspension to Fanendo Adi.

MLS Weekend Rewind: Week 18

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The best team in MLS continues its fantastic season, a home unbeaten streak stayed in tact and a few struggling teams rebounded with wins at home.

New York City FC cruised past Minnesota United en route to a 3-0 win. (READ)

Will Johnson's goal lifted Orlando City to a 1-0 win over Real Salt Lake.

Defenders lead Minnesota comeback in draw with Whitecaps

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The unlikeliest of duos handed Minnesota United life in the second half on Saturday night in their 2-2 draw with the Vancouver Whitecaps.

Defenders Francisco Calvo and Jerome Thiesson both scored their first career MLS goals in the second half to rescue the Loons from a two-goal deficit.

Poor play out of the back from the Loons led to the first Vancouver tally, as a poor back pass intended for Bobby Shuttleworth forced the goalkeeper to slide in a challenge against Brek Shea that ended with Shea on the ground.

Williams arrested for alleged domestic incident, suspended by MLS

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MLS has suspended Vancouver Whitecaps defender Sheanon Williams after he was arrested and charged with assault following a domestic incident on Thursday morning.

He will be suspended indefinitely pending an investigation by the league and the Vancouver Police Department.

Williams will go under assessment in the MLS Substance Abuse and Behavioral Health Program.

Seattle Sounders

Seattle Sounders vs. Vancouver Whitecaps: Player ratings

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An invigorated Lodeiro combined well with a new creative midfield partner.

Normally they would be happy with a draw on the road, but after dominating for much of the game, the Seattle Sounders are likely disappointed to leave Vancouver with a measly one point. Despite controlling much of the game and having over three times as many shots, Seattle didn't make use of a man advantage, conceding just four minutes after the red card, and then were unable to retake the lead.

David Ousted's heroics lead 10-man Whitecaps to tie with Sounders

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The Seattle Sounders attacked in full force on Wednesday, but David Ousted's heroics helped the Vancouver Whitecaps earn a hard-fought point against their Cascadia rivals.

Ousted made a whopping seven saves on Wednesday, leading the Whitecaps to a 1-1 draw with the Sounders at BC Place.

Sounders at Vancouver Whitecaps, live stream: Game time, TV schedule and lineups

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JOEtv is carrying the match at 7 PM. Watch with us.

On the shores of False Creek the Seattle Sounders have the opportunity to continue their charge up the Shield standings, and keep pressure on those chasing them for the Western Conference title. Hosts Vancouver Whitecaps also need to snag points, as they need to hold off the Earthquakes and Salt Lake.

Houston Dynamo

Scouting Report: Melting the Vancouver Whitecaps

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Or, how to calve the glaciers and put icebergs in the Salish Sea.

Who You'll Watch

The Seattle Sounders hit the road for a midweek clash against the Vancouver Whitecaps. It's the second of three games this season against Vancouver, and their final away trip to BC this season (barring playoffs).

Player Ratings: Houston Dynamo vs. the Vancouver Whitecaps

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See how the Dynamo performed in the 2-1 road loss to the Vancouver Whitecaps

The unbeaten run is over at six games. The Houston Dynamo were defeated 1-2 by the Vancouver Whitecaps in their latest fixture as a combination of factors led to the club's loss in British Columbia.

Head Coach Wilmer Cabrera, a week after making better lineup decisions, opted to rest several players due to the volume of games over the course of the next week.

Houston Dynamo 1, Vancouver Whitecaps 2: Rate the Players and Quick Thoughts

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The comeback fell short, but it wasn't all bad in the 1-2 Dynamo loss to the Vancouver Whitecaps. Rate the players' performances from the game!

At the beginning of the year I introduced a new way for the Dynamo Theory community to be a part of Player Ratings. After matches everyone will get a chance to submit how each player did on a scale of 1 to 10 which will be averaged out in a later article.

Yordy Reyna stunner leads Whitecaps past Dynamo

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Yordi Reyna wowed the crowd inside of BC Place with a magnificent curling goal from outside of the box to lead the Vancouver Whitecaps to a 2-1 victory over the Houston Dynamo.

The first-year Designated Player Reyna took advantage of a lapse in concentration during a Dynamo throw in. Fredy Montero pressured Boniek Garcia into committing the turnover and Reyna looked up and fired the shot to the far post, curling over Tyler Deric in the 32nd minute.

Previewing Houston Dynamo vs. the Vancouver Whitecaps with Eighty Six Forever

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We spoke with Andrew Bahl at Eighty Six Forever to discuss the upcoming match between the Dynamo and the Vancouver Whitecaps

The Houston Dynamo will make their way to BC Place in Vancouver, BC. The last time these two sides met they fought to a 2-1 win in Houston earlier this year. The Dynamo currently sit on a six game unbeaten run with three of those coming on the road, but they've never been able to capture a win in Vancouver which will make this a difficult test for a hot team.

Houston Dynamo Looking to Extend Unbeaten Run against Vancouver Whitecaps

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The Houston Dynamo are back on the road where they'll travel to Vancouver, BC to take on the Whitecaps as they'll hope to stretch their unbeaten streak to 7

Fresh off a 3-0 win over the San Jose Earthquakes, the Houston Dynamo are back on the road full of confidence. The club is currently unbeaten in its previous six matches with three of those coming on the road.

The Peel Episode 43: Goals and Flips

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The old man can score and do front flips

THE OLD MAN SCORES!! Justin and Sean of The Peel review the big Houston Dynamo win over the San Jose Earthquakes. Along with the win the guys will discuss the much anticipated debut of Tomas Martinez.

They will also set up for the up coming road fixture against the Vancouver Whitecaps.

FC Dallas

Whitecaps blow out FC Dallas en route to road win

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Several U.S. Men's National Team players returned for FC Dallas on Saturday, but it was far from enough to pick up a home result against the Vancouver Whitecaps.

The Whitecaps went to Toyota Stadium and emerged with all three points via a 4-0 win over FC Dallas.

Stunning Techera goal forces Whitecaps, FC Dallas to split points

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A stunner off the boot of Cristian Techera was just enough for the Vancouver Whitecaps to earn a home point against one of the league's elite teams on Saturday night.

The Uruguayan forward fired home a magnificent free kick late in the second half, earning the Whitecaps a 1-1 draw with FC Dallas.

Portland Timbers

Portland Timbers Reclaim Their House in the Middle of BC, Beat Vancouver Whitecaps 2-1

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Things looked dire for the Portland Timbers' coming into tonight's match, but a strong team effort and big performances at both ends of the pitch from Jake Gleeson and Jeremy Ebobisse saw the team run out the 2-1 winners over the Vancouver Whitecaps, snapping their winless skid and giving the teams some breathing room above the dreaded red line.

Portland Timbers at Vancouver Whitecaps: How to Watch, Previews, Match Chat [4:00]

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The Portland Timbers have limped up to Canada to take on their northern rivals, the Vancouver Whitecaps. Riddled with injuries, call ups, and suspensions, the Timbers have a heady task before them if they want to break the side's current six game winless streak and retake a spot among the competitive sides in the West. Report: Darlington Nagbe called up for Gold Cup Knockout Rounds

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According to a report from's Ives Galarcep, Darlington Nagbe has been called up to the United States Men's National Team for the remainder of the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup. Nagbe was a part of the US's initial 40 man roster and is eligible to be added to the roster at the conclusion of the Gold Cup's group stage.

Fire v Timbers match preview

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What Are They All About? Portland Timbers

Top of the League. This past Saturday the Chicago Fire dispatched the Vancouver Whitecaps 4-0 to climb to the top of the Supporters Shield standings. The performance saw them combine in ways that were truly beautiful to watch and the team left the field with a plethora of positives.

The Rest

Whitecaps score late to salvage tie with Crew

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It looked to be done and dusted at BC Place, but with a goal in stoppage time, the Vancouver Whitecaps managed to rescue a point in a 2-2 tie with the Columbus Crew.

The equalizer came in the second minute of extra time, with the Whitecaps turning a cleared corner into another opportunity to score.

Whitecaps thump Minnesota United to move atop Western Conference

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The Vancouver Whitecaps are very much in the mix for the top spot in the West, and Wednesday's beatdown of Minnesota United only furthered their case.

A trio of different goalscorers led the way for the Caps in a 3-0 beatdown of visiting Minnesota United on Wednesday night. The win puts the Canadian side on top of the Western Conference table despite having games in hand.

Is it 12 games unbeaten or 3 games without a win?

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It all depends on your perspective.

SEATTLE — There are a few ways to look at the Seattle Sounders' current form. The optimistic way is to see their franchise-record 12-game unbeaten streak as indicative of a team hitting their stride at the perfect time. The more pessimistic look sees them on a three-game winless run and at least four games removed from their last quality win.

Playoff-hungry Whitecaps seal three points in Orlando

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The Vancouver Whitecaps are on a march towards playoffs, and on Saturday, they gained good ground, while Orlando City took two big steps back.

Behind a goal from Brek Shea and an own goal early on, the Whitecaps edged Orlando City, 2-1, at Orlando City Stadium.

Joevin Jones’ Sounders future is suddenly in doubt

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Jones leaves club to join Trinidad & Tobago, reportedly without permission, leading to speculation he won't return.

Heading into two massive games against Western Conference and regional rivals, the Seattle Sounders will be unexpectedly missing one of their key contributors.

Joevin Jones has apparently taken it upon himself to join Trinidad & Tobago before the opening of the FIFA-mandated window with the intention of playing in a pre-World Cup qualifier friendly against Jamaica on Thursday.

Teal Bunbury sends Revolution past Whitecaps for third straight home win

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FOXBOROUGH The unlikely catalyst who broke the New England Revolution out of a four-game losing streak struck again on Saturday night as a revitalized Teal Bunbury scored the only goal in a 1-0 victory for the Revs over the Vancouver Whitecaps in front of 19,911at Gillette Stadium.

The Revolution staged a quick counterattack off a goal kick by Whitecaps newcomer Stefan Marinovic in the 53rd minute as Kelyn Rowe headed it forward to Kei Kamara and then got the ball back on the right wing.

Whitecaps snap NYCFC win streak with late Reyna winner

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Yordy Reyna's introduction to the Vancouver Whitecaps faithful was a memorable one.

The 23-year-old forward made his presence known with an 88th minute winner, snapping New York City FC's four-game win streak with a 3-2 Whitecaps win. Despite falling behind just before halftime, and registering only one shot on goal in the first half, the Whitecaps came from behind against New York City FC to win on the power of second half goals from Jordan Harvey and Jordy Reyna.

Nikolic powers Fire past Whitecaps, into first place in Eastern Conference

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Three things are certain in life. Death, taxes, and Nemanja Nikolic goals.

Behind a brace from their dangerman, the Chicago Fire blazed past the Vancouver Whitecaps to the tune of a 4-0 shutout. Stretching their home winning streak to eight straight, the Fire moved into first place in the Eastern Conference.