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Thursday Thoughts Mailbag: 2020 Whitecaps expectations and signings, MLS talk and more 

In this edition of Thursday Thoughts, we open things up for a mailbag, as we set out to answer some burning questions that were sent to us ahead of today.  Welcome back to another edition of ‘Thursday Thoughts’, a column where we look to take a look around at what’s going on in the Canada Soccer, Whitecaps and CPL world. Today, we open things up … Continue reading Thursday Thoughts Mailbag: 2020 Whitecaps expectations and signings, MLS talk and more 

Post-Match Review #26– Vancouver Whitecaps FC vs Portland Timbers FC: Rained on by the Timbers

With the skies opening up to deliver a passionate pre-match storm, this match had all of the elements to create a classic derby. And it certainly delivered on that promise, with both teams combining to provide fans with a night to remember.  The Vancouver Whitecaps will feel hard done by the result, as they came into this one with 4 points in their last 6 … Continue reading Post-Match Review #26– Vancouver Whitecaps FC vs Portland Timbers FC: Rained on by the Timbers

Game Day: Caps looking to stump Timbers in the Rose City

With Portland being long known as “Stumptown” for the stumps left behind during their biggest phases of urban development back in the 19th century, the Vancouver Whitecaps (5W-11L-9D) will look to leave the Portland Timbers (9W-9L-4D) in a similar state of ruin, as they try to chop down their high-flying Cascadian rivals in another edition of the Cascadia Cup.  The Caps come into this match … Continue reading Game Day: Caps looking to stump Timbers in the Rose City

With the embers of 2019 continuing to burn, both the Caps and Cincy look to find some fire heading into the last stretch of the season

Having raked over the coals to find a spark, both teams will try to rekindle their lost seasons on Saturday.  The Vancouver Whitecaps (4W-11L-9D), have travelled to Cincinnati, Ohio, to take on the first-year expansion side, FC Cincinnati (5W-16L-2D). Despite bright hopes early in the season, both of their fires have burned out, with the bright lights of the playoffs slowly fading away with each … Continue reading With the embers of 2019 continuing to burn, both the Caps and Cincy look to find some fire heading into the last stretch of the season

Post-Match Review #24– Vancouver Whitecaps FC vs Minnesota United FC: Winnesota no More

An uneventful goalless draw away from home can be considered a disappointment for most teams, but it almost felt like a win for the Vancouver Whitecaps on Saturday, who were able to slow down a soaring Minnesota side, winners of 7 of the last 8 heading into this clash. While the Loons were fresh off a draw away to Real Salt Lake themselves, it seemed … Continue reading Post-Match Review #24– Vancouver Whitecaps FC vs Minnesota United FC: Winnesota no More

Caps’ attempt to take down high-flying “Loons” as downward spiral continues

While the 3rd-year Minnesota United, also known as the Loons, continue to soar in MLS, the Vancouver Whitecaps remain grounded, looking much more like their affectionate mascot “Spike”, a flightless bird, as they remain winless since May. Most seasoned aviation experts would suggest that what goes up must eventually come down, but Minnesota doesn’t look like slowing down anytime soon, and it’s not hard to … Continue reading Caps’ attempt to take down high-flying “Loons” as downward spiral continues

Caps’ season all but over after Cavalry gallop wild at BC Place

The Vancouver Whitecaps 2019 season took another hit on Wednesday, as they bowed meekly out of the Canadian Championship in the third round, failing to reach the semi-finals in that competition for the first time ever, falling 2-1 to a powerful Cavalry side. While it was expected that playing a Canadian Premier League side at home could provide a boost for Marc Dos Santos’s men, … Continue reading Caps’ season all but over after Cavalry gallop wild at BC Place