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The Vancouver Whitecaps Thread

MLS expansion city getting ready...



Vancouver Whitecaps 2011
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BC Place Renovations



The $365 million renovation project ($200 M for the retractable roof) is now fully funded and approved. This is no longer a question mark whatsoever.

BC Place renovations to cost $365M - 24 Hours
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Gov't approves upgrading BC Place Stadium for $365 million - Vancouver Sun
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Vancouver Whitecaps Media Blitz



Now that we've heard from the marketing departments of Seattle Sounders FC, and Portland Timbers FC it is high time we heard from the third Cascadian MLS club, Vancouver Whitecaps FC:



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Vancover so close to MLS their fans can taste it


Vancouver so close to MLS their fans can taste it
(Seattle Soccer Examiner)

You might think Sounders FC would want the whole region to themselves like the Mariners have for pro baseball and the Seahawks have with the NFL. Soccer, though, is a tribal game that thrives on rivalries ("derbies") and the ability of fans to travel to away matches in support of their clubs. Village against village.The entry of either Vancouver or Portland or both would be a boon for Sounders FC fans, too. Close rivals and a return of the historical derbies that began in the 1970's when all three clubs played in the old North American Soccer League.


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Timbers take Whitecaps 1-0


PORTLAND, OR -- Midfielder Ryan Pore scored his fifth goal of the season to lead the Portland Timbers to a 1-0 win over the Vancouver Whitecaps Thursday in front of 10,783 at PGE Park and capture the Cascadia Cup.


Pore scored his second goal in as many games in the 30th minute and the Timbers backline, anchored by goalkeeper Steve Cronin’s six saves, kept the Whitecaps off the board to record its 10th shutout of the season.

The Timbers (10-1-9, 39pts) move into a two-way tie for first place with the Carolina RailHawks at 39 points with the win. The victory also extends Portland’s USL First Division record unbeaten streak to 19 matches.

With their second win over the Whitecaps this season, Portland captured its first-ever Cascadia Cup – a fan-based derby between the two Northwest rivals. The cup is awarded annually to the team with the best head-to-head record between the clubs. Portland finished the season series against Vancouver with a 2-1-0 record.

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Whitecaps playing two days in a row ran out of gas...

Battery down Vancouver 2-1


BURNABY, BC -- The Charleston Battery defeated the Vancouver Whitecaps by a score of two goals to one Friday night at Swangard Stadium in front of 5,288. The win lifts the Battery (11-3-8. 41 points) back into first place in the USL First Division ahead of Saturday night’s match against the second place Portland Timbers.

Goalkeeper Dusty Hudock made five saves including one crucial stop in the 90th minute as the Battery earned its first ever win in Vancouver.

Charleston opened the scoring in the 24th minute after forward Randi Patterson used his pace to get behind Vancouver defender Marco Reda. Patterson’s shot from ten yards out was saved by goalkeeper Jay Nolly but forward Darren Spicer was following up and drilled home the rebound.

The Battery doubled its lead ten minutes later after midfielder Scott Buete intercepted a back pass. Buete slipped the ball to Patterson who surged through the middle and finished neatly into the bottom left corner.

Vancouver made a game of it in the second half with a fantastic strike from Martin Nash that dipped into the top right corner of Hudock’s goal in the 81st minute.

In the late going the Whitecaps threatened again but midfielder Takashi Hirano was denied from five yards out as Hudock just managed to parry his point-blank shot around the post.
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BMO - The Official Bank of Soccer

BMO – Congratulates Vancouver on joining Major League Soccer in 2011

• BMO Financial Group renews Premier Level sponsorship with the Whitecaps for two years
• Official Bank and loyal fan of the CSA, Toronto FC, and Vancouver Whitecaps FC
• BMO’s support of grassroots soccer includes sponsorship of close to 400 girls and boys soccer teams and 50 soccer clubs in Canada

VANCOUVER, BC – BMO has been a proud sponsor of Vancouver Whitecaps FC men’s and women’s teams since 2006, and today announced the renewal of its Premier sponsorship - the highest level of sponsorship - for the next two years.

BMO Financial Group will continue as the Official Bank of the Whitecaps and holds exclusive rights to the financial category.

“With the announcement of Vancouver being awarded a new MLS franchise in 2011, we are excited for the future of professional soccer in BC,” said Derral Moriyama, Senior Vice-President, Commercial Banking, Greater Vancouver, BMO Bank of Montreal.

Moriyama added, “Soccer is hugely popular, particularly among many of Canada’s cultural communities, so our sponsorship fits well with BMO’s grassroots support through the Canadian Soccer Association of some 50 girls and boys soccer teams in British Columbia alone.”

Whitecaps President, Bob Lenarduzzi said, “We are extremely pleased that BMO Financial Group has renewed its commitment as a Premier Partner of the Whitecaps. We see this as a great fit, as both organizations recognize the importance of growing the world’s most popular sport in British Columbia and Canada.”

Highlights of the sponsorship include support of the BMO player escort program, where kids from local clubs are chosen to escort the team onto the field for each game, and branding of the team warm up gear
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According to Vancouver Whitecaps website (http://www.whitecapsfc.com/archive/feature08130903.aspx), 6'2" defender Shaun Pejic has signed with the Vancouver Whitecaps for this season and an option for 2010.

Pejic, 26, joins the Whitecaps from English Conference National side York City FC, where he made 19 appearances in the 2008-09 season. During his spell with the Minstermen, the defender earned a start in the English Football Association Challenge Trophy final at Wembley Stadium on May 9, 2009. In the final, York City lost 2-0 to fellow Conference National side Stevenage Borough FC.

Prior to his time with York City, the 6-foot-2, 185-pound center back played nine seasons with another Conference National side in Wrexham AFC. He first joined the North Wales club as a youth trainee before making his first-team debut as an 18-year-old in a 1-1 draw at Port Vale in English Division Two (now League One) on April 3, 2001. Pejic went on to make nearly 200 appearances for Wrexham between 2001 and 2008, having helped them to promotion from English Division Three (now League Two) in the 2002-03 season and success in the now-defunct Football Association of Wales (FAW) Premier Cup in the 2003-04 season.
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Caps, Carolina finish scoreless



Saturday, August 15, 2009

BURNABY, BC -- Carolina and Vancouver, the two USL First Division teams that have been shut out the least and have played to the fewest ties this season, were unable to solve each other Saturday night and played to a scoreless draw at Swanguard Stadium.

“I think it was a good game, a good point for us,” said Carolina coach Martin Rennie. “We were looking to win it, but in the end it’s a good result.”

The draw, Carolina’s first since June 19, leaves the RailHawks (13-5-4, 43 points) in third place in the USL-1. The RailHawks trail Portland (48 points) and Charleston (44), though they have a game in hand over Portland and two over Charleston.

The RailHawks withstood massive pressure from the Whitecaps all night. Vancouver (7-9-5, 26 points) took 22 shots (to Carolina’s 9) and had 10 corner kicks (to Carolina’s one), but the Carolina defense held firm. Caleb Patterson made seven saves – his second straight seven-save effort and third of the year – to extend the RailHawks’ scoreless streak to 490 minutes, nine shy of the club record they set earlier this season. It’s Patterson’s eighth shutout of the year and the RailHawks’ league-leading 14th.

Carolina had not been shut out since June 14 – a stretch of 13 matches where they scored 25 goals – but their opportunities going forward were limited on Saturday, and when the RailHawks got into the final third, their touch was off.

From the run of play, their best chance came in the 48th minute. John Cunliffe and Matt Watson, two players who’ve been out of the lineup for several weeks, worked a nice give-and-go that put the ball on Cunliffe’s foot from eight yards out. But Cunliffe mishit the ball, and Vancouver goalkeeper Jay Nolly (three saves) easily collected it.

“I think when you’re defending so much, those chances are a bit more difficult,” Rennie said. “In the first half, it looked like we could have taken a quicker shot, but overall, I’m pretty happy with the result.”
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Carolina, Vancouver draw again 1-1



CARY, NC -- The venue and scoreline were different, but the result was the same. Three days after playing to a scoreless draw in Vancouver, the Whitecaps and RailHawks got together again on Tuesday at WakeMed Soccer Park and fought to a 1-1 tie.


“One of the things that happens in the USL is there are certain times where one team has to win,” said Carolina coach Martin Rennie. “Vancouver feels like they have to win just to make the playoffs. We feel like we have to win to win the regular season. There’s a big battle going on. It’s tough going all the way to Vancouver and then coming here. It tires you out. In the end, two draws was probably just about right.”

Down 1-0 after a 66th minute goal by Vancouver’s Marcus Haber, Andriy Budnyy tallied the equalizer in the 87th minute, nine minutes after checking into the match.

“A that point, you just want to go in and do whatever you can for the team to help,” Budnyy said. “[Vancouver] is not used to playing in this climate and we just put more pressure on them at the end, and it paid off. Unfortunately not for a win, but we got a tie, so that's something.”

The draw allows Carolina (13-5-5) to pull into a second-place tie with Charleston (44 points), and they extended their unbeaten streak to six matches (4-0-2).

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Whitecaps, Battery finish level 1-1


Thursday, August 20, 2009

CHARLESTON, SC -- The heat was the real winner Thursday night at Blackbaud Stadium as the Charleston Battery played the Vancouver Whitecaps to a 1-1 draw. Ian Fuller pulled the Battery back to level terms two minutes into the second half to move the Battery to 12-4-9 on the season.

“Any time you have to come back on a night like this it’s going to be difficult,” said Battery head coach Mike Anhaeuser. “But coming out the second half we did what we had to do to pull level and stay in the hunt.”

Fuller, plagued with injury all season, notched just his second tally on the year in the 47th minute, slipping unmarked into the Vancouver goal box to easily nod home a Tsuyoshi Yoshitake free kick from the left flank.

Charles Gbeke put the visitors in front just five minutes into the match, slapping home a searching cross from former College of Charleston standout Wes Knight off his shin past the Battery’s Keith Wiggans.

Wiggans, making his eighth start in league play faced 12 shots on the night making one save standing in for the injured Dusty Hudock.

At the other end of the field, Vancouver’s Jay Nolly faced seven shots, making seven saves on the night.

After drawing level, the Battery kept up the pressure. Scott Buete nearly put the Battery in the lead in the 51st minute, connecting with Yoshitake inside the penalty area but was denied by a diving Nolly.

The Battery had the final chance of the night in the 71st minute off the fresh legs of substitute Kenji Treschuk, who was unceremoniously brought to the turf just prior to entering the Vancouver penalty area. Yoshitake’s resulting free kick bent around the wall but was parried away by Nolly for a corner kick.

The draw pushes the Battery into sole possession of second place with 45 points, now three points behind next Friday’s opponent, Portland (13-1-9, 48 points), unbeaten in 22 league matches, and one point clear of third place Carolina.
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Vancouver downs Miami 2-0


Sunday, August 23, 2009

BURNABY, BC -- Vancouver Whitecaps FC ended a six-match winless streak with an important 2-0 home victory over Miami FC Blues on Sunday afternoon.

Two late goals by Charles Gbeke secured three valuable points for the Blue and White at Swangard Stadium, as the ’Caps moved six points clear of their South Florida rivals for the final playoff spot in the USL First Division standings. The win also sees the Whitecaps take the regular season series versus the Blues.

Though they remain in seventh place, Sunday’s win improves the Whitecaps record to 8W-9L-7D. Miami FC, meanwhile, remain out the USL-1 playoff picture in eighth place with a record of 7W-12L-4D, though they have a match in hand on Vancouver at present.

Whitecaps head coach Teitur Thordarson made one change from the side that started Thursday’s 1-1 draw versus Charleston Battery in South Carolina. Experienced Japanese defender Takashi Hirano replaced Mason Trafford at left fullback.


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Week 20 USL-1 honors announced Gbeke named Player of the Week



United Soccer Leagues announced the Team of the Week honors for the 20th week of the USL season, honoring Vancouver’s Charles Gbeke as the USL First Division Player of the Week.

The Vancouver Whitecaps posted a five-point week with a pair of draws on the road and a win at home. Charles Gbeke provided three of the four goals in the three contests.

After serving as a threat in a 1-1 draw in Carolina Tuesday, Gbeke wasted no time in Charleston, giving the Whitecaps the lead five minutes in when he got behind the defense on a cross and put the ball past Keith Wiggans from eight yards out in another 1-1 draw Thursday.

Back at home on Sunday, Gbeke nearly set Marcus Haber up for the opener and almost had it himself off a header on a corner in the first half. But as the stalemate wore on toward a third draw, Gbeke stepped up to deliver the win. A Gordon Chin cross from deep on the opposite side found him at the edge of the area, where he stretched out to send a looping header over the keeper and into the far corner in the 80th minute for the lead.

In stoppage time, Gbeke raced up the field to provide assistance for Randy Edwini-Bonsu, who had beaten the defense on the flank and was on a breakaway to goal. As the defense caught up in the box, Edwini-Bonsu slipped the ball to Gbeke for the finish to cap the match.

The three goals moved Gbeke into a tie for fourth in the league in goals with eight on the season, three back of league leader Mandjou Keita of Portland, who tallied two more on the week

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BC Place renovation of roof on hold?

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Whitecaps Sign PDL Top Scorer

VANCOUVER, BC - Vancouver Whitecaps FC announce the signing of striker Aaron Wheeler to the club’s United Soccer Leagues (USL) Premier Development League (PDL) team. Wheeler has agreed to a deal until the end of October, with an option for the 2010 season.


Wheeler, 21, joins the Whitecaps after playing with PDL club Reading Rage, where he earned both the league’s Most Valuable Player and top goalscoring awards. Setting the pace for the rest of the PDL this season, Wheeler recorded a goal or an assist in 13 of 17 regular season and playoffs matches, having finished the 2009 campaign with 18 goals and three assists en route to Reading’s first-ever regular season championship. Wheeler scored a goal in each of the Rage’s final five games and ended the year with an eight-match point-scoring streak. He scored four goals in a victory against Virginia Legacy on June 21 and added a three-goal effort in the Rage’s 3-1 win over West Virginia Chaos on June 26. Wheeler also scored Reading’s lone playoff goal in a 2-1 defeat to Cary Clarets on July 25.

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Whitecaps, Rhinos finish level 1-1



Saturday, August 29, 2009

BURNABY, BC -- The Vancouver Whitecaps were held to a 1-1 home draw by the Rochester Rhinos in USL First Division action on Saturday evening.

Charles Gbeke put the Whitecaps in front midway through the second half at Swangard Stadium before former Vancouver midfielder Ze Roberto earned the Rhinos a point with a late equalizer.


Saturday's result sees the 'Caps extend their unbeaten run to five matches in USL-1, though the draw keeps them in seventh place and the final playoff spot in the league standings with a record of 8W-9L-8D. Rochester, meanwhile, extended their winless streak to four games, with the Upstate New York club staying in fifth place in the USL-1 standings with a record of 9W-8L-8D.

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Whitecaps top Austin 3-2



Wednesday, September 2, 2009

BURNABY, BC -- Vancouver Whitecaps FC moved closer towards securing a USL First Division playoff spot with an important 3-2 home win over Austin Aztex on Wednesday evening.

Two goals by Charles Gbeke followed Kenold Versailles' first-ever goal for the Whitecaps men's team, as the Blue and White came out victorious in an entertaining five-goal contest at Swangard Stadium. Though they have struggled through their inaugural season in USL-1, the Aztex showed plenty of determination to earn something from their first visit to Vancouver in club history, as Jean Alexandre scored twice in a losing effort for the Texas-based outfit.


The midweek win took Vancouver's record to 9W-9L-8D, but keeps them in seventh place and the final playoff spot in the league standings. Defeat for Austin saw their record drop to 4W-14L-8D, with the USL-1 expansion club now eliminated from playoff contention this season.

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Thunder tie Whitecaps 1-1 late



Friday, September 4, 2009

BLAINE, MN -- The Minnesota Thunder were in a must win situation Friday night, but the matched ended in a 1-1 draw against the Vancouver Whitecaps. The Thunder needed a win tonight to keep their playoff hopes alive, but that the final playoff spot is now out of Minnesota's reach.

Vancouver scored the first goal in the 38th minute but Minnesota rallied in the final minutes to even the score. The Thunder will gear up to play the Battery in Charleston this Sunday, September 6 at 6:30 p.m.

The majority of the first 20 minutes were played in the middle third of the field but Minnesota's Marco Terminesi gave the Thunder their first real chance in the 24th minute. He was deep in Vancouver territory with a short angle but he shot was on target. Vancouver's goalkeeper, Jay Nolly, dove and forced the ball out of bounds.

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Whitecaps rally past Austin 2-1



Sunday, September 13, 2009

BURNABY, BC -- Vancouver Whitecaps FC came from a goal down to defeat Austin Aztex 2-1 in USL First Division action on Sunday afternoon.

Despite falling behind to a second-half strike by Aztex substitute Jarius Holmes, Whitecaps substitute Marcus Haber levelled matters before Gordon Chin scored the winner with a fiercely-struck shot in the dying stages at Swangard Stadium. It was Chin's first-ever goal for his hometown club. Austin also finished the match with ten men after captain Gifton Noel-Williams was sent off in the second half.

The win kept the Whitecaps hopes of finishing sixth in the USL-1 standings alive, with Vancouver already assured a spot in this year's playoffs. They now sit three points behind sixth-place Rochester Rhinos after the Upstate New York club drew 0-0 at home to Miami FC Blues on Sunday. Victory also improved the Whitecaps record to 10W-10L-9D.

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Whitecaps down Cleveland 2-1

Friday, September 18, 2009

BURNABY, BC -- Vancouver Whitecaps FC ended their 2009 USL First Division regular season in positive fashion with a 2-1 home victory over Cleveland City Stars on Friday evening.

An early strike by Charles Gbeke gave the Whitecaps the lead before Cleveland City pulled level with a first-half strike from Teteh Bangura. The 'Caps then secured their first-ever win over the Stars after substitute Marlon James struck home a second-half penalty.

The win saw Vancouver end their regular season campaign with a record of 11W-10L-9D for a seventh-place finish in the league standings. Defeat for Cleveland City saw them complete their inaugural USL-1 campaign at the bottom of the standings in 11th place and out of a playoff berth with a record of 4W-19L-7D.

Friday's match proved to be of little significance to the Whitecaps, in terms of league positions, as other results on Friday ensured a first-round playoff meeting with Carolina RailHawks next week. Carolina's 2-0 home win over Montreal Impact meant they secured second place in the USL-1 table, while Rochester Rhinos' 0-0 home draw with Charleston Battery denied the Whitecaps any hope of moving up one place to sixth.

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