Post-Match Review #15 – Vancouver Whitecaps FC vs Dallas FC: Proud Home Cooking

While the game did not end exactly as the Vancouver Whitecaps had expected, they continued their decent form of late, picking up their 4th victory of the season as they downed Dallas FC at BC Place Saturday night. They have slowly worked their way back into playoff contention of late, with points in 6 of …

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Post-Game Review #3 Whitecaps FC vs Houston Dynamo (Houston, we sort of have a problem)

After dropping their second match of the season to fellow conference foes in Real Salt Lake, the Whitecaps continued their whirlwind of a start to the season, flying down to Houston to play in a stadium that had been unfavourable to them over the years, hoping for a repeat of last years victory. Houston, fresh …

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Assessing the Attack Ahead of the 2019 Whitecaps Season

Image credit to: Vancouver Southsiders Duncan Nichol (In this short 3 part series leading up to our predictions for the season, we look at the Caps changes to 3 key phases of the field: Defense, Midfield and Attack. Today, we conclude with a look at the final phase of the pitch, the Attack) After having …

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What defines success for the upcoming season?

As the new season approaches, Whitecaps fans from all over are impatiently awaiting our first home game. It is no shock that last season was disappointing. While of course, there was much to enjoy - Alphonso Davies most notably, it was, nonetheless, a season flocked with problems and uncertainty. Fast forward to today and we …

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Have the Whitecaps done enough to repair their defence this offseason?

(In this short 3 part series leading up to our predictions for the season, we look at the Caps changes to 3 key phases of the field: Defense, Midfield and Attack. Today we begin with a look at the defensive side of things) In an offseason filled with monumental change for the Whitecaps, one of …

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Why Bryan Ruiz and Fredy Montero are risks worth taking for the Whitecaps

With reports circulating that the Whitecaps are on the verge of acquiring 33-year-old Bryan Ruiz from Brazilian club Santos FC and reacquiring 31-year-old Fredy Montero from Sporting CP in Portugal, there are lots of questions involved. In an offseason where the average age of the 13 confirmed signings is 24.5, many may be wondering where …

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