The Whitecaps were better, but were not good enough for Richie Laryea and Toronto FC, losing 1-0 in MLS action Friday night at BMO Field. Continue reading A Little Better: Whitecaps improve, but are troubled again in Toronto
Welcome to our first Vancouver Whitecaps statistical snapshot from the MLS is Back tournament, our series in which we will dive into the stats of some standout performers for the ‘Caps down in Orlando. Up first is Leonard Owusu, the Ghanian midfielder who led the way for Vancouver in midfield all tournament, provoking several questions about his best position going forward. It was a tough … Continue reading MiB Statistical Snapshots: Could Leonard Owusu be an answer to the Vancouver Whitecaps #8 question?
After a quick turn around from the match in Montreal, the Whitecaps were back home on the last day of August 2019 for a match against New York City FC. Not much was at stake for the Whitecaps in terms of the league, but the 17,512 fans in attendance were hoping for a pleasant surprise for a Whitecaps team which was definitely not favoured to … Continue reading 2019 Post-Match Review #30: Whitecaps FC vs New York City FC : Vancouver’s Playoff Hopes Come to an End as Yordy Reyna Dazzles.
The Vancouver Whitecaps had a press confrence on Friday, revealing a couple of key details, especially on the footballing side of the club. Here are some takeaways we had from the announcement. The Whitecaps made some announcements ahead of their match against DC United this past weekend. After announcing that they had begun a search for a Technical Director that morning, as well as stating … Continue reading Takeaways from the Caps press conference this past Friday
It’s no secret – this Whitecaps “rebuilding season” has not gone as well as the fans have hoped. With the promise of a new coach, some exciting new players, and a new throwback season kit, fans were optimistic about this season. Many supporters were tired of the Whitecaps’ “Robbo Ball” counter-attacking philosophy under Carl Robinson, and were looking forward to a fresh start under Marc … Continue reading The Bright Side: Extracting the positives from a tough Whitecaps summer
After a strong performance in the week prior against Dallas, the Vancouver Whitecaps took a step back in this one as they drew with Toronto in one of the most forgettable matches of the 2019 season to date. With Toronto coming into the game only having picked up 1 point in their last 5 matches, it was expected that Vancouver could at the very least … Continue reading Post-Match Review #16– Vancouver Whitecaps FC vs Toronto FC: Snooze Fest From the 6ix