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  1. Full press release of Alphonso Davies citizenship announcement below: Canada Soccer welcomed Alphonso Davies as a new Canadian after the young footballer took his Oath of Citizenship at his Canadian Citizenship Ceremony. “I am overwhelmed and I am glad I can make my parents proud by becoming a Canadian citizen,” said Alphonso Davies. “It has been a long journey becoming a Canadian citizen.” The 16-year old midfielder, who has been part of Canada Soccer’s Men’s EXCEL Program since 2014, can now officially accept his first call up to the National Team Program ahead of a Men’s I
  2. Full press release of Alphonso Davies citizenship announcement below: Canada Soccer welcomed Alphonso Davies as a new Canadian after the young footballer took his Oath of Citizenship at his Canadian Citizenship Ceremony. “I am overwhelmed and I am glad I can make my parents proud by becoming a Canadian citizen,” said Alphonso Davies. “It has been a long journey becoming a Canadian citizen.” The 16-year old midfielder, who has been part of Canada Soccer’s Men’s EXCEL Program since 2014, can now officially accept his first call up to the National Team Program ahead of a Men’s I
  3. The Vancouver Whitecaps pulled the trigger on a significant trade today, sending Kekuka Manneh to Columbus for Tony Tchani, $225,000 in TAM and $75,000 in GAM. The move is a difficult one to fully handicap until we know what the Caps plan to do with the allocation. We can assume that they are looking to address the attack with a TAM player, but the Caps have surprised us before. The GAM is also likely tied into bringing someone in, with the TAM largely covering the transfer. In moving Manneh, Vancouver have parted ways with one of the league's biggest enigmas. There have been days wh
  4. The Vancouver Whitecaps pulled the trigger on a significant trade today, sending Kekuka Manneh to Columbus for Tony Tchani, $225,000 in TAM and $75,000 in GAM. The move is a difficult one to fully handicap until we know what the Caps plan to do with the allocation. We can assume that they are looking to address the attack with a TAM player, but the Caps have surprised us before. The GAM is also likely tied into bringing someone in, with the TAM largely covering the transfer. In moving Manneh, Vancouver have parted ways with one of the league's biggest enigmas. There have been days wh
  5. As most know, the Vancouver Whitecaps became the third Canadian team to reach the CONCACAF Champions League semi-finals after their two leg win over the Red Bulls last month. In doing so they added to Canada's argument to be seeded in the new format, which starts later this year. With 16 teams in the knock-out phase it's hard to argue against Canada being placed in the top eight, actually. Gaining more spots is another story. Let's wait until the Canadian Premier League is involved before opening that can of worms. At any rate, if the Whitecaps are to become the second hoser squad to mak
  6. As most know, the Vancouver Whitecaps became the third Canadian team to reach the CONCACAF Champions League semi-finals after their two leg win over the Red Bulls last month. In doing so they added to Canada's argument to be seeded in the new format, which starts later this year. With 16 teams in the knock-out phase it's hard to argue against Canada being placed in the top eight, actually. Gaining more spots is another story. Let's wait until the Canadian Premier League is involved before opening that can of worms. At any rate, if the Whitecaps are to become the second hoser squad to mak
  7. So what followed was a bit depressing for the Impact. Rather than winning a championship, Montreal limped to one of the worst finishes in its history. It was a forgettable season with only two wins in the first 17 games. Although things ended much better, with Montreal among the best teams in the league over the last 10 weeks (7 wins), the Impact failed to make the playoffs. This is what’s been going through my head as this season of expectations starts. Of late, the Impact have disappointed when they were supposed to excite and excited when they were supposed to disappoint. Not much was expe
  8. The two big off season acquisitions of Sebastian Giovinco and Jozy Altidore connected to help Toronto FC rally to defeat the Vancouver Whitecaps 3-1 at BC Place on Saturday. The match highlighted what both squads’ new designated players were capable of. Whitecaps DP Octavio Rivero made his presence felt in his debut when he nearly scored in the ninth minute. But the Uruguayan missed the tap in from less than six yards from the net. Rivero bounced back ten minutes later by making the most of the space left by Toronto’s high back line. Defender Pa Modou Kah sent a long ball to the left flank fo
  9. TFC Fan 1: Hey, do you remember that time we made the playoffs? TFC Fan 2: No, that's ridiculous, what are you talking about? TFC Fan 1: Oh, yeah, that's right. ... I momentarily forgot that I support a historically unsuccessful team. Still we did win a few Voyageurs Cups! TFC Fan 2: Yeah, but that's easy. TFC Fan 1: So easy that the Vancouver Whitecaps have never done it in a decade of trying! TFC Fan 2: What do you mean? Surely that's impossible? TFC Fan 1: No, I'm not joking. They've actually never won. Even though there was a time it was literally only contested by two teams. TFC Fa
  10. FIFA Elite Coach and Whitecaps Applicant; I can recommend Stephen Constantine's diligence & expertise. He is a knowledgeable, conscientious football coach of high calibre." MLS types are a dime a dozen these days Bobby.... looking for a multilingual Differentiator with global connections? Shortlist Stephen if he is still willing to visit.
  11. If your going to university or college and want to save some big time money on Whitecaps tickets. Do yourself a favour and get a Student Season Tickets. I just bought my ticket at $230 for the entire season: that's roughly 13.50 per MLS game. From what I understand the section will be located at the top of the Supporters section and will be GA. Great deal if your looking to save some cash and see the 'caps.
  12. Does anyone of you know when City will arrive to Vancouver and the place they will be have their training on? Thanks.
  13. Hi guys, it is going to be my first time to support Whitecaps @ Empire field this Wednesday. However can anyone tell me how to get there from downtown? Anywhere to eat in the surround area? Thanks.
  14. Ok, here is what I think Winter will go with based on what I have seen so far... It's a given that Frei will be in goal and that Attakora/Cann will be in front of him. I doubt De Guzman will be ready to play yet. I think Winter will want the full backs to get forward which most likely will be Omphroy and Gargan. Gargan to me is a no brainer at this point due to his experience in MLS and our lack of depth with experienced full backs at the moment. Winter will want a lot of passing of the ball and possession in the center of midfield and I believe that would be Zavarise, Bouchiba
  15. I was thinking about with all the recent news surrounding the caps in England(ie. paul barber signing, linked to keane, robbie savage, Haber and gage successful trials, and now the possibility of arsenal being linked with selgado), what the profile of the team is there? clearly it's not much, but is it more than other MLS clubs? I think Galaxy and Cosmos probably have the highest(relatively) profile, but could Vancouver be a close third? I'm too young to know but from what I hear vancouver was one of the highest profile clubs in Europe in the old NASL. maybe we just need a space inspired nam
  16. So what are the possible locations the caps are looking at besides burnaby lake? Paul Barber said they are looking for something within close proximity to the airport. I noticed on google earth that there is a huge piece of undeveloped land on the north shore of the Fraser between the Canada line bridge and Oak st. bridge(bottom of heather st.) Anyone know what this land is for(i'm assuming it's zoned for industry) or who owns it? It's been vacant for ages. It seems to me that it would be a perfect location for the caps' facility(within the city so it's close, relatively, to the downtown stadi
  17. Read it on http://soccerphil.wordpress.com
  18. Ethan Gage and Randy Edwini-Bonsu talk to RedNation's Gavin Day about being part of the Whitecaps Residency Program: http://www.rednationonline.ca/whitecaps_residency_program_continuing_to_pay_dividends_apr_18_10_column.shtml
  19. Vancouver Whitecaps prepare for their 2010 season, Red Nation Online's Gavin Day, spoke to Coach Teitur Thordarson and keeper Jay Nolly about preparing for the transition to the MLS. http://www.rednationonline.ca/Whitecaps_Finding_Form_With_Their_Sights_Set_on_2011_mar_14_10_feature.shtml
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