Tuesday night was a relatively good night for Montreal Impact in Mexico after they drew 2-2 with CF Pachuca. It is hard to cheer for a club across the country, especially one that has so many contentious issues with the local squad, the Whitecaps, but there are some reasons why it might be good for Montreal to advance in the CONCACAF Champions League.
So far, Vancouver Whitecaps FC 2 have made six fairly predictable signings. They are a mix of academy players, graduates, and university players that likely wouldn't get a shot outside of Canada, if anywhere.
The Major League officially kicks off on March 6th, 2015... or does it? Talks on a new collective bargaining agreement between the league and the Players Union don't appear to be going well.
Vancouver Whitecaps FC completed the signing of midfielder Pedro Morales on Wednesday. Morales is the club's newest Designated Player.
We are exceedingly happy to report that our very own Tyler Green will be returning to the airwaves in the spring with AM650 Radio on Saturdays, 10:00 PM to Midnight.
It’s been an interesting few days for Vancouver Whitecaps FC, Camilo Sanvezzo, and Querétaro FC. Rumours started circulating that the Mexican tapped him up.
The Canadian Soccer Association (CSA) and National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) have announced the official list of allocated players for 2014.
Vancouver Whitecaps FC are in the midst of rumour central of late in the football world. Many of those rumours have players departing, including Camilo Sanvezzo.
Based upon their performances in the Pre-season Camp, the Vancouver Stealth signed 12 players to National Lacrosse League contracts.
Vancouver Whitecaps FC announced today that the club will not be renewing manager Martin Rennie's contract beyond the 2013 Major League Soccer season.
Vancouver Whitecaps FC trained at BC Place in front of a select number of media members on Thursday. Training had been scheduled for Dhillon Field.
It’s time for another edition of the Five things Whitecaps FC need this Week. This week is pretty straight forward. It doesn’t matter about chemistry, goalkeeping...
New Manager John Tortorella and the Canucks will play their final friendly Thursday night against former manager Alain Vigneault and the New York Rangers.
Things may change later in the week, but Vancouver Whitecaps FC forward Kenny Miller would have to be considered doubtful for the match against Real Salt Lake.
Manager Martin Rennie reveals that Andy O’Brien, Johnny Leverón, and Jay DeMerit are in contention for a spot in the starting XI at Saputo Stadium.
The Caps got some good news as centre back Andy O’Brien was back for a full training session after missing the weekend match against San Jose.
Whitecaps FC are in tough this week in Major League Soccer play as they travel to Montreal to face the Impact. Here are five things the Caps need this week...
Vancouver and San Jose remain deadlocked in the Western Conference playoff race after they settled for a scoreless draw Saturday night at Shaw Stadium.
A new change for the Vancouver Canucks this season could be less twitter after manager John Tortorella said Thursday he wants players to limit their Twitter use.
Vancouver Whitecaps FC trained Thursday at Dhillon Field. The Blue and White had bodies missing in action, while some others returned to full training.
Christopher Vose came to British Columbia in 1995. Since then he has freelanced extensively as a writer, historian, poet, and photographer. His work has been published on six continents, and he will get Antarctica too if climate change has its way.
Tony Lewis is a photographer who has dabbled in travel, landscape, and animal photography, but it is sports where he has truly found his niche. He currently serves as FC Edmonton's official photographer. His portfolio can be found at TLFoto.ca
Mynor Campos is a member of the British Columbia Soccer Referees Association, has written for Noticias FutbolMLS, Major League Soccer's Spanish-language website, and has been seen his photos printed in a number of latino publications.