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Goal.com Report: Darlington Nagbe called up for Gold Cup Knockout Rounds

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According to a report from Goal.com'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.

Soccer Made in Portland: 2017 Episode 15

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Jamie and Chris return to recap the Portland Timbers' Cascadia Cup victory over the Vancouver Whitecaps, to opine on the Timbers' Providence Park expansion plans, and to discuss whether the Portland Thorns can and should make a serious run at Mallory Pugh.

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Timber Cruise: Portland Timbers 2, Vancouver Whitecaps 1

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Points are great. And the Portland Timbers took all three points from their Cascadia showdown with the Vancouver Whitecaps on Saturday afternoon.

As a result, the Timbers still sit atop the MLS standings and it's hard to complain too much from the top.

Yet the Timbers' performance on Saturday against a Whitecaps team that's been in the midst of a serious road slump left a fair amount to be desired, as Portland's shorthanded attack struggled to keep control of a game that they led 2-0 at halftime.

Patchwork Portland Timbers Beat Vancouver Whitecaps 2-1

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The Portland Timbers were short handed due to injuries and suspension coming into today's match against the Vancouver Whitecaps, but they overwhelmed the visitors early before grinding out a 2-1 win.

The Timbers held the ball for much of the match, keeping the Whitecaps pinned back in their own end and working the ball from flank to flank.

Major League Soccer

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.

Ortiz, Cronin, Bunbury headline five suspended by MLS Disciplinary Committee

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The MLS Disciplinary Committee had a busy week, and five players have paid the price for their weekend transgressions.

Jose Ortiz is the most notable as the D.C. United forward was suspended for simulation in his team's win over Vancouver Whitecaps this weekend.

MLS Weekend Rewind: Week 13

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Week 13 in MLS provided plenty of entertainment, with some rivalry matches and plenty of high scoring games.

The action got underway on Thursday, as the Chicago Fire beat FC Dallas, 2-1, with all of the goals coming in the first nine minutes. (READ)

Toronto FC continued their strong run of form with a dominant performance against the Columbus Crew, putting five goals past them.

MLS Ticker: Dzemaili joins Impact, Revs bring back Koffie and more

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The final day of the transfer window produced a light amount of news, but there was one significant signing announced, one that came from the Montreal Impact.

The Impact officially announced the loan of Swiss international Blerim Dzemaili from Bologna. The 31-year-old will take up a Designated Player spot on the Impactroster.

MLS Weekend Rewind: Week 10

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Week 10 of MLS action provide a few surprises, including one team earning their first win, and the league's hottest team dropping two on the road.

Sporting Kansas City opened the action in midweek play with a 2-0 victory over the New York Red Bulls thanks to Dom Dwyer.

Shea's late winner hands Whitecaps road win over Rapids

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There was nothing beautiful about the beautiful game on Friday night at Dick's Sporting Goods Park, where the Vancouver Whitecaps stole three points from the Colorado Rapids with a late winner from Brek Shea to win 1-0.

Shea knocked home the game-winner in the 84th minute on a counter that caught most of the Colorado defense up forward chasing a goal.

How to Watch MLS in Week 10, TV and Streaming Listings

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Check out our Three Big Storylines, National TV and Streaming Listings and From a Sounders Point of View.

Three Big Storylines:
  1. The Colorado Rapids open MLS weekend with a Cinco de Mayo Friday night home game hosting the Vancouver Whitecaps (7:00 PM, MLS Live). After finishing only two points below the Supporters' Shield winner in 2016 the Rapids have struggled to start 2017 with only four points from seven played.

Whitecaps snap away losing streak with victory over Impact

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After three straight losses on their travels, the Vancouver Whitecaps finally got themselves a point on the road in the form of a 2-1 comeback win against the Montreal Impact at Stade Saputo.

The first brick fell on Montreal's heads early in the game, as Matteo Mancosu was tackled in midfield and was unable to continue.

Portland Timbers at FC Dallas Match Preview

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The Portland Timbers are sitting on top of the Western Conference, but if they want to prove themselves to truly be the top dogs in the West — and hence in all of Major League Soccer — they will need to get a result this weekend against the only remaining undefeated team in the league: FC Dallas.

Mattocks, Nagbe lift Timbers over visiting Whitecaps

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Following a 1-0 home loss a week ago against Sporting Kansas City, the Portland Timbers bounced back in a huge way on Saturday afternoon.

Caleb Porter's side used a pair of first-half goals to defeat the visiting Vancouver Whitecaps, 2-1, on Saturday afternoon at Providence Park.

D.C. United

D.C. United squander chances, falter in second half in 2-0 defeat to Orlando City

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Cyle Larin and Giles Barnes took advantage of United's misfirings in front of goal

D.C. United had a chance to extend their unbeaten run away from home to four games, but instead fell 2-0 to Orlando City SC on Wednesday night in Florida. After squandering several chances of their own, United succumbed in the second half to a header from Cyle Larin, and a howler from Bill Hamid which handed Giles Barnes the final tally.

D.C. United vs. Vancouver community/site player ratings

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Reviewing wins is kinda fun.

Not many (any?) followers of D.C. United gave them much of a chance against the Vancouver Whitecaps, considering they were still banged up and flying across the country to play on the Caps' garage floor of a field. But hey, give the Black-and-Red credit for sneaking out of pretty and clean British Columbia with the points in a 1-0 win, their second road win on the season by the end of May, equalling the amount of road wins they had all of 2016.

Breaking down the Jose Ortiz-Kendall Waston incident, plus LA Galaxy with Josie Becker: Filibuster

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There are some things to talk about from the weekend

With D.C. United's first midweek game of the season coming up this week, we have a jam-packed episode; we also have to do it without the services of Adam, who is off on assignment. In his stead, Jason and Ben break down D.C. United's 1-0 victory over the Vancouver Whitecaps, including starting off by talking about Jose Ortiz's embellishment and Kendall Waston's role in all of it.

Controversial penalty leads D.C. United to road win over Whitecaps

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It wasn't quite peak Benny-ball, but it got the job done, albeit controversially.

A controversial penalty call proved just enough for D.C. United, who escaped Vancouver with a 1-0 win over the Whitecaps. The win was D.C. United's first in four games while the Whitecaps settled for their second loss in three matches.

Penalty drama results in 1-0 win for D.C. United over Vancouver Whitecaps

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Lamar Neagle's penalty was the difference as Vancouver hit the woodwork four different times

D.C. United had to endure late penalty drama, but in the end, Lamar Neagle's second half penalty was the difference for the Black-and-Red in their 1-0 win over the Vancouver Whitecaps. After Jose Ortiz controversially won the penalty, Neagle dispatched the spot kick for United's first goal in the month of May, breaking a 366 minute scoreless run.

D.C. United vs. Vancouver Whitecaps staff and reader predictions

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Def gonna lose, guys.

It probably goes without saying, but I'll say it nonetheless: D.C. United are not playing well. Normally, a three-game home stint would end in some sweet, sweet points to buoy a team into a couple road trips, but the Black-and-Red are instead coming off three losses in a row.

D.C. United’s scoreless streak continues, and can they break it against Vancouver Whitecaps: Filibuster podcast

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The guys don't have any good things to say

We like doing a podcast more than we dislike reliving D.C. United's poor performance this week, so we are here for you. We open the show talking about the meetup that we are having on June 3rd, and you should definitely come to it. It's gonna be fun!

Montreal Impact

Piatti, Dzemaili lead Impact into Canadian Championship Final

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The Montreal Impact took an important step forward in ending the longest drought of any MLS team in the Canadian Championship on Tuesday night.

Mauro Biello's men won a wild 4-2 affair at Stade Saputo to take the semifinal series 5-4 on aggregate. The Impact, who haven't won the competition since 2014, will face the winner of Wednesday's match between Toronto FC and the Ottawa Fury.

Canadian Championship Preview: Impact host Whitecaps, Fury FC looks to shock TFC

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Four teams remain in the 2017 Canadian Championship race as the semifinal round continues on Tuesday and Wednesday with second leg action.

After a stunning win in the opening leg, Ottawa Fury FC looks to pull off the upset against a surging Toronto FC side, one fresh off a 5-0 demolition of the Columbus Crew.

Canadian Championship Rewind: Fury upset TFC; Whitecaps triumph at home

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The first legs of the Canadian Championship semi-finals provided one big upset. Ottawa Fury FC's pair of second half goals gave them a 2-1 advantage over Toronto FC in the first ever match between the two clubs. Toronto's wasted possession combined with Fury FC'sshocking efficiency provided the first leg upset at TD Place in the Canadian capital.

Houston Dynamo

Previewing Houston Dynamo vs. the Philadelphia Union with the Brotherly Game

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We spoke with Eugene Rupinski at the Brotherly Game to discuss the upcoming match between the Dynamo and the Philadelphia Union

Following the Houston Dynamo's 2-1 win against the Vancouver Whitecaps, the Dynamo will hope to take their winning ways with them when they travel to City of Brotherly Love when they take on the Philadelphia Union.

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

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Tell us how you thought the Dynamo players performed in their 2-1 win over the Vancouver Whitecaps

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.

Dynamo continue to roll with home win over Whitecaps

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It got a bit dicey at the end, but the Houston Dynamo did just enough to keep their hot home start rolling.

Goals from Alberth Elis and Erick 'Cubo' Torres paved the way for the Dyanmo in a 2-1 win over the Vancouver Whitecaps at BBVAA Compass Stadium.

Houston Dynamo vs Vancouver Whitecaps Final Score: Dynamo narrowly squeak by Vancouver 2-1

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They survived a late onslaught and managed another three points at home.

This victory wasn't as high-flying or entertaining as previous Houston Dynamo home games, but it got the job done, as the Dynamo snuck by Vancouver 2-1 on Friday night to pick up their sixth home win and, for the moment, take first place in the Western Conference.

Houston Dynamo vs Vancouver Whitecaps: How to watch, lineups and more

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Want to find the Dynamo on TV tonight? Here's where to find them.

Who

Houston Dynamo vs Vancouver Whitecaps

What

Houston had a dominating 4-0 win over Orlando last weekend. Friday night, the Dynamo are hoping to put together another dominating performance this time against the Whitecaps.

Houston Dynamo hope to carry momentum against surging Vancouver Whitecaps

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The Houston Dynamo will hope to continue their unbeaten home run against the Vancouver Whitecaps

The Houston Dynamo will hope to ride the momentum of last week's 4-0 win over Orlando City SC, a top team in the Eastern Conference, against 6th in the West Vancouver Whitecaps FC. The ‘Caps started their year a little rocky as they picked up their first win in week 4 against the LA Galaxy.

The Rest

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.

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.

USL Week 11: A Look Ahead

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Didier Drogba is set to steal headlines this weekend in his debut for Phoenix Rising FC as they take on Vancouver Whitecaps 2.

While the 39 year-old Ivorian will steal some of the spotlight, the game of the weekend might be in New Jersey on Sunday afternoon. The fourth place New York Red Bulls II welcome third place Louisville City FC.

Mark Geiger will be head referee for Sounders vs Timbers match

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The last time he called a Cascadia Cup match it did not go ... well.

Mark Geiger. That's a name that we all know too well and we will get to see front and center this weekend when he will be the referee in the upcoming Cascadia Cup clash between the Sounders and Portland Timbers.

After apparently hitting his peak in 2014 and being awarded the honor of officiating several FIFA World Cup games, Geiger's hasn't seemed to be the same as his officiating has been inconsistent to say the least.

Whitecaps stifle Sporting KC attack in shutout win

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The Vancouver Whitecaps captured their fourth win in six games on Saturday as they look to climb into the Western Conference race.

Facing off with a fellow contender, the Whitecaps stepped up in a big way,defeating Sporting Kansas City, 2-0, at BC Place on Saturday.

Jacobson delivers slap-worthy performance in Whitecaps win

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MONTREAL — Vancouver Whitecaps captain Kendall Waston has a rather unique way of celebrating: Slapping teammates in the face.

"It's part of the excitement of the game," Waston said. "It's part of the chemistry that we have in the locker room and obviously sometimes in the games I get very excited and I do it.