Vancouver Whitecaps

match report

Rose City Soccer Show - back after short hiatus to talk Timbers

Timbers Blog at related • 0 views
The Rose City Soccer Show is back after a break. The lads - Chris Gluck from the Columbian, Kip Kesgard from Oregonlive.com, Will Conwell from Stumptown Footy and Dan Adams from CascadeRangers.com - are back at it to talk Timbers by looking back at the loss to Philly and the draw to Vancouver while looking forward to the rest of 2015.

Portland Timbers player evaluations vs. Vancouver Whitecaps third match

Timbers Blog at related • 0 views
We have complete player evaluations for the Portland Timbers 1 all draw with the Vancouver Whitecaps back on July 18 at Providence Park. Included are ratings for all Timbers players that appeared, plus a rating for the coaches, opponent and officiating.

Physical derby match between Portland Timbers & Vancouver Whitecaps ends in frustrating draw

Timbers Blog at related • 0 views
The Portland Timbers were hoping to rebound from a tough loss in Philadelphia, but the task wouldn't be easy with the Vancouver Whitecaps calling. Although Diego Valeri got a first half goal to stake the Timbers a lead, the Caps tied it in the second half as the two sides slogged to a 1 all draw that boiled over after the final whistle.

What I'm watching for in Portland Timbers third match versus Vancouver Whitecaps

Timbers Blog at related • 0 views
While the Portland Timbers have a huge match with the Vancouver Whitecaps this weekend to help them rebound from their last loss on the road, the team made plenty of news for other off the pitch maneuvers. This includes getting an unexpected player back from break and a newly acquired striker for down the stretch.

Match Report: Vancouver Whitecaps 3-0 Philadelphia Union

The Philly Soccer Page at related • 0 views
A strong opening twenty minutes turned dark as Vancouver capitalized on Union mistakes to walk off with a 3-0 victory at BC Place. Philadelphia has now lost four consecutive matches.

Portland Timbers draw against Vancouver Whitecaps, the lighter side

Timbers Blog at related • 0 views
The Portland Timbers welcomed their rivals, the Vancouver Whitecaps, to town on May 2 and treated them to a scoreless draw. Photos and humor galore.

Portland Timbers player evaluations vs. Vancouver Whitecaps second match

Timbers Blog at related • 0 views
We have complete player evaluations from the Portland Timbers scoreless draw with the Vancouver Whitecaps back on May 2, 2015 at Providence Park. There are ratings for every Portland Timbers player that appeared, the opponent, coaches, officiating and opponent.

Diego Valeri's return not enough to inspire Timbers offense as they play Whitecaps to scoreless draw

Timbers Blog at related • 0 views
The Portland Timbers were hoping to rebound from a frustrating loss to the Seattle Sounders in their last match, but they faced their other Cascadian rival, the Vancouver Whitecaps, in that attempt. While Portland was buoyed by the return of Diego Valeri, they missed three chances in the first half and slogged through a second half of errors to end up with a scoreless draw.

What I'm watching for in Portland Timbers versus Vancouver Whitecaps second match

Timbers Blog at related • 0 views
With the calendar turning over to May, the Portland Timbers will face one of their Cascadian rivals, the Vancouver Whitecaps, for the second time in 2015 and the third overall meeting. The Whitecaps have won both battles so far this year, although both coaches agreed that the Timbers outplayed the Whitecaps the last time they met up in Canada back in March.

D.C. United

10 things we learned from MLS gameweek 20

EPL Talk at related • 0 views

Here are the 10 things we learned from week 20 of the MLS season.

1. The Galaxy Raise The Stakes

A fair number in MLS would tell you that the 2014 LA Galaxy was the league's best attacking team ever. The front six – Juninho, Marcelo Sarvas, Stefan Ishizaki, Landon Donovan, Gyasi Zardes, and Robbie Keane – combined for 68 goals in the regular season, and added nine more in the postseason en route to the team's fifth MLS Cup.

10 things we learned from MLS gameweek 20

World Cup Buzz at related • 0 views

Here are the 10 things we learned from week 20 of the MLS season.

1. The Galaxy Raise The Stakes

A fair number in MLS would tell you that the 2014 LA Galaxy was the league's best attacking team ever. The front six – Juninho, Marcelo Sarvas, Stefan Ishizaki, Landon Donovan, Gyasi Zardes, and Robbie Keane – combined for 68 goals in the regular season, and added nine more in the postseason en route to the team's fifth MLS Cup.

The Last Word on D.C. United 0-0 Toronto FC: On Lineups and Cognizance

Black and Red United at related • 0 views

In which we expand on something.

D.C. United came into Saturday's game with Toronto FC winners of two in a row over their Eastern Conference foes, and was facing a lineup who has a player in it (Michael Bradley) making almost double the entire D.C. lineup. D.C. did have some moments but eventually found themselves hanging on over Bradley, Jozy Altidore and Sebastian Giovinco, and left BMO Field with a 0-0 draw.

MLS Scores: Wins for DC United, Philadelphia, and Montreal

USSoccerPlayers at related • 0 views
Week 14 of the 2015 MLS season started with home wins for DC United, the Philadelphia Union, and the Montreal Impact. Read More

10 things we learned from MLS gameweek 12

EPL Talk at related • 1 view

Here are the 10 things we learned from gameweek 12 of the Major League Soccer season.

1. Congratulations to Chris Wondolowski

The wait for Wondo's 100th MLS goal wasn't a long one. Eight days after heading in 99 at Avaya Stadium, the San Jose Earthquakes striker hit the century mark at Levi's Stadium by converting a penalty with a mix of aplomb and ferocity that can only be described as admirable.

10 things we learned from MLS gameweek 12

World Cup Buzz at related • 1 view

Here are the 10 things we learned from gameweek 12 of the Major League Soccer season.

1. Congratulations to Chris Wondolowski

The wait for Wondo's 100th MLS goal wasn't a long one. Eight days after heading in 99 at Avaya Stadium, the San Jose Earthquakes striker hit the century mark at Levi's Stadium by converting a penalty with a mix of aplomb and ferocity that can only be described as admirable.

10 things we learned from MLS gameweek 11

World Cup Buzz at related • 0 views

Here are the 10 things we learned from week eleven of the Major League Soccer season.

1. Seattle Is The Team To Beat

The Sounders traveled up to BC Place to take on the front-running Vancouver Whitecaps, replaced Obafemi Martins with Chad Barrett, watched Barrett nab a brace, and returned to Seattle with the Cascadia Cup all but locked up and a three-game home-stand to finish May.

10 things we learned from MLS gameweek 11

EPL Talk at related • 1 view

Here are the 10 things we learned from week eleven of the Major League Soccer season.

1. Seattle Is The Team To Beat

The Sounders traveled up to BC Place to take on the front-running Vancouver Whitecaps, replaced Obafemi Martins with Chad Barrett, watched Barrett nab a brace, and returned to Seattle with the Cascadia Cup all but locked up and a three-game home-stand to finish May.

Freedom Kicks for 14 May 2015: Brad Freidel, Copa America, CCL

Black and Red United at related • 0 views

We've got all the soccer news that's fit to print!

Still glowing about D.C. United's win last night, but here is the rest of the soccer news that you need to know. Soccer, go!

D.C. United beat Orlando City SC last night by a score of 2-1. There are match reports from us, MLS, the Washington Post, and the Orlando Sentinel.

MLS Power Rankings, Week 9: The cream starts to rise

Black and Red United at related • 1 view

The top teams start to separate themselves from the rest of the pack in this week's edition of the Power Rankings.

Seventeen. If you have that many points so far in this young Major League Soccer season, then congratulations...you are at the top of the Supporters Shield standings! So far, four teams have a claim on the number one spot: New England Revolution, FC Dallas, Vancouver Whitecaps, and our beloved D.

The Last Word on D.C. United 2-0 Columbus Crew: Tackling A Trope

Black and Red United at related • 0 views

In which we have a minor off topic rant.

D.C. United put together a convincing effort in last week's win over the Vancouver Whitecaps and facing a Columbus Crew SC team who was white hot offensively, there could be some excusing of their performance this week that they could lose. Nevertheless, last week's impressive performance was followed by an equally impressive win over the Crew, and another clean sheet for a team who is back where they belong, not only (tied for) first place but also (tied for) giving up the second fewest goals in Major League Soccer at this point.

Freedom Kicks: D.C. United, MLS, and Women's World Cup links for Wednesday April 29, 2015

Black and Red United at related • 0 views

Scrambling around for links before sleep takes hold.

Somebody almost forgot to post Freedom Kicks, but surprise! I actually have some links for you good people.

D.C. United news and notes | Soccer Insider
Similar to our piece yesterday afternoon, Steve Goff has some news here on the status of various players returning from injury.

The Last Word on D.C. United 2-1 Vancouver Whitecaps: Mulling Some Options

Black and Red United at related • 0 views

In which we wonder if what we saw the Black and Red do Saturday is a one-off or experimenting with something new.

D.C. United had not been decent on the road going back to late last season and there was every reason to think that they would not go on the road cross country to beat a team that had lost four games in 26 home matches against the East.

D.C. United 2-1 Vancouver Whitecaps: Player Ratings

Black and Red United at related • 0 views

Numbers to names. Hiiiighhwaaaay to the Banter Zone!

D.C. United was in the familiar position of probably not coming out of Vancouver with any points, much less three, considering the lack of healthy bodies. But nothing like getting three points on the road against the Vancouver Whitecaps and stay in first to boot.

Sporting Kansas City

Sporting Grab All Three in Vancouver

Down the Byline at related • 0 views
Sporting KC headed into tonight's game sitting in sixth play in the Western Confernce with 27 points, but with anywhere from three to five games in hand on the five teams in front of them, including the Vancouver Whitecaps. On a weekend where teams in front of them were dropping points, KC picked up ground with a 1-0 win at BC Place.

Match Day 17: Back to Action

Down the Byline at related • 0 views
After a week off, Sporting KC is back on the field tomorrow night in Vancouver against the Whitecaps. It'll be the first game back at BC Place since the World Cup final last weekend between the US and Japan. KC will return to Vancouver after last year's 2-0 loss there that many point to as the point that the wheels really started to come off in last year's campaign for KC.

Major League Soccer

David Ousted wins MLS Player of the Month for June 2015

USSoccerPlayers at related • 0 views
Vancouver Whitecaps goalkeeper David Ousted wins the MLS Player of the Month award for June 2015 with three road wins. Read More

Travis Worra talks about first MLS appearance in win over Vancouver Whitecaps

Black and Red United at related • 0 views

Worra, United's third string keeper, was forced into action against Vancouver after Andrew Dykstra went down injured in the second half

With keeper Bill Hamid on the mend and out of action last Saturday for D.C. United's clash against the Vancouver Whitecaps, United's third string keeper, Travis Worra made his way to Canada to back up Andrew Dykstra in goal.

Revolution

Technically Speaking: #NEvVAN

New England Soccer Today at related • 0 views

Photo credit: Chris Aduama/aduamaphotography.com

Welcome back to another edition of "Technically Speaking," where our very own resident coach and former pro Rick Sewall takes a deeper look into the Revolution's latest performance.

Have any questions you'd like Rick to address? Feel free to ask away in the comments section below.

O jogo Revolution em Português: #NEvVAN

New England Soccer Today at related • 0 views

Photo credit: Chris Aduama/aduamaphotography.com

NE REVOLUTION—1—VANCOUVER WHITECAPS FC—2

EMPATE SERIA O RESUTADO MAIS JUSTO,,,,

Na verdade o Revolution não mereçia sair deste jogo sem pontos, mas um jogo de futebol o resultado por vezes se torna ingrato.
Mas vamos ver ou ler porque e que escrevo desta maneira, e que nesta partida começou melhor a equipa da casa, que criou nos primeiros 10 minutos duas exçelentes oportunidades de golo.

Gameday: #NEvVAN

New England Soccer Today at related • 0 views

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Welcome to Gillette Stadium, where the Revolution (6-6-6, 24 points) will face the Vancouver Whitecaps (9-6-2, 29 points) for the first and only time in 2015. Kickoff is set for 7:30pm

Last year, the sides settled for a 0-0 draw in the 2014 Revolution home opener last March.

By the Numbers: #NEvVAN

New England Soccer Today at related • 0 views

Photo credit: Kari Heistad/capturedimages.biz

With Saturday's Revolution-Whitecaps tilt on tap, we look into the numbers surrounding it.

9 In their last nine leaguegames, the Revolution have just one win 2-0 win over the Chicago Fire on Jun. 13

24 The Revolution now sit 10 points behind D.

Five Questions: #NEvVAN

New England Soccer Today at related • 0 views

Photo credit: Kari Heistad/capturedimages.biz

With the Revolution's fifth game in the last 15 days on tap, and little time to spare,we go from 0 to 60on this edition of Five Questions.

1. What do the Revolution need to protect any lead they claim on Saturday? One word: confidence.

Philadelphia Union

Should Brian Sylvestre's loan be made permanent?

Brotherly Game at related • 0 views

The goalkeeper has done well since joining the Union, however has it been enough to warrant a permanent move?

When Andre Blake and John McCarthy went down injured in training on May 6, the Philadelphia Union were in trouble. The club that had been the butt of jokes for having too many goalkeepers suddenly had none.

Defeated: Vancouver Whitecaps 3-0 Philadelphia Union

Brotherly Game at related • 0 views

It was ugly!

The Philadelphia Union entered BC Place with two goalkeepers who had played a combined zero minutes in MLS prior to tonight's fixture. The Philadelphia Union lost 3-0, an utterly unsurprising result all things considered, and things only got worse when late in the game Richie Marquez picked up a (albeit probably undeserved) red card, completing the shit sandwich once and for all.

Union vs Whitecaps quick reference

The Philly Soccer Page at related • 0 views
Get up to speed on the Union-Whitecaps series history. We've got match stats, highlights from our match reports and analysis, video highlights, and more.

2015

Concachampions con sabor a Cascadia, Sounders en el mismo grupo con Whitecaps

Fútbol En Seattle at related • 0 views
La Liga de Campeones Concacaf vuelve a Seattle este año con sabor a Clásico Cascadia. En el sorteo realizado hoy en la sede de la Concacaf en Miami Beach, Florida, los Sounders FC quedaron en el grupo F junto al Vancouver Whitecaps y el CD Olimpia de Honduras. Aunque juegan en la misma liga que [..

Barrett, el Mejor de la MLS esta semana

Fútbol En Seattle at related • 0 views
Sus dos goles que sirvieron para hundir a los Whitecaps de Vancouver en la victoria de los Sounders de Seattle 0-2 el sábado pasado le valieron al delantero Chad Barrett ser seleccionado como el mejor jugador de la fecha 11 por la NASR, la agrupación de reporteros de fútbol Norteamérica que se encarga de votar [.

The Rest

Portland Timbers 1, Vancouver Whitecaps 1: Three things from Portland's draw (photos and video)

Timbers Blog at related • 0 views
[not available]

Transcript: Jim Curtin’s weekly press conference

The Philly Soccer Page at related • 0 views
Jim Curtin discussed the return of Rais Mbolhi, revealed that Andre Blake re-injured his knee and John McCarthy suffered a concussion, said Michael Lahoud is out for over a month, and tipped Richie Marquez as a likely - but not certain - starter in Vancouver.

D.C. United holds off shorthanded Whitecaps for first-ever win in Vancouver

United Mania at related • 0 views
Chris Rolfe (pictured) grabs the game-winning goal for United in their first-ever win in British Columbia