The Vancouver Whitecaps will attempt to end their season the same way they began it with a win at home in front of their supporters. They take on the 2010 defending champion in the Colorado Rapids who earlier in the season defeated the Caps at home by a score of 2-1.
Friday, October 21, 2011
Friday, October 14, 2011
After winning two matches in a row for the first time this season, the Whitecaps look for another first as they travel to Dallas for a chance for their first road win. This will be their last opportunity this season as they try to avoid a winless season away from their home pitch. The two clubs met earlier in the season with FC Dallas coming back in the second half to secure a 2-1 victory in a match where they lost their 2010 MVP Davide Ferriera to a season ending injury.
Posted by Steve Pandher at 4:20 PM
Tuesday, October 11, 2011
The Vancouver Whitecaps attempt to win two in a row and avenge their worst loss of the season as they take on D.C. United in BC Place. The Caps in the first meeting was close at halftime but three second half goals by DCU and the end result was a 4-0 defeat. While the Caps look to have a winning streak for the first time this season, the visitors from the east are still in playoff contention and are desperate for points.
Posted by Steve Pandher at 1:27 PM
Wednesday, October 5, 2011
After a disappointing result and performance in their debut on the BC Place pitch, the Vancouver Whitecaps hope for better results against a depleted Real Salt Lake club. This match is a makeup date for the original one that was rained out when a temporary grass field was deemed unplayable by MLS. The two teams faced each in June where RSL dominated the Caps at Rio Tinto and came away with a 2-0 victory.
Posted by Steve Pandher at 11:20 AM
Saturday, October 1, 2011
The Vancouver Whitecaps debut at the newly renovated B.C. Place against their expansion cousins and Cascadia rival Portland Timbers. Their last meeting ended up with the Timbers defeating the Caps by a score of 2-1 as the home side scored their goals early with the Caps adding a late one by Camilo. While the Timbers are fighting for the playoffs in their first season, the Caps continue to play the spoiler role and attempt to earn some respect in the MLS.
Posted by Steve Pandher at 8:01 PM