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  1. [Also check out Tom's website www.residualimagephotography.com for more of his photos and work]. The Southsiders March to the Match - BC Place awaits A close up of the new BC Place pitch Vancouver Whitecaps starting XI Real Salt Lake starting XI Coaches Carl Robinson and Jeff Cassar share a laugh before kick off Nick Rimando has an eye for a camera In the 36th minute, Gershon Koffie dispossess Joao Plata after some sloppy play And the man making his 100th MLS start for the Caps hit a 25 yard thunderbolt into the postage stamp corner - 1-0 Vancouver And boy is he happ
  2. REPORT (by Steve Pandher) The first part of the match saw both teams getting used to the new surface at BC Place with the first chance coming just after ten minutes when Pedro Morales forced Nick Rimando into a diving stop on a shot that was heading inside the post. Vancouver squandered two clear chances to open the scoring in the space of four minutes when first an unmarked Cristian Techera fired wildly over in the 20th minute, after being set up by Mauro Rosales, and then Octavio Rivero crossed the ball right to an open Gershon Koffie who hit the bar from inside twelve yards. The Ghanaian
  3. THE GOOD David Ousted Gets Another Clean Sheet Sure I could have picked Darren Mattocks because he scored the game winning goal. I could have picked Matias Laba for his brilliant play clogging up the midfield. Or I could have picked Kendall Waston for shutting down all RSL forwards in the defensive box. They were all excellent but I picked Ousted because he has been solid all season and he continued his dominant performance and got his third clean sheet in four games on the road this season. With all the road woes this team has had since joining MLS, this season's road success is critical.
  4. Have a listen! You can listen to this, and all previous, episodes of the podcast on iTunes HERE. Or download it for your later listening delight HERE. We also have an iPhone app, so you can now add our podcast to your phone as an app. Visit the podcast's mobile site HERE and then at the bottom of the screen just click the "Quick Launch" icon and the podcast will be added to your home screen and appear as an app. And if that's not enough, we're on Stitcher Radio Network. Download the app and listen to the AFTN podcast on your device, along with over 20,000 other shows HERE. Or after all th
  5. REPORT: Vancouver Whitecaps' Carl Robinson served up a tactical masterclass down in Sandy, Utah on Saturday night. Gone was the usual 4-2-3-1 formation, to be replaced with what amounted to three defensive midfielders on occasions, splitting to form a diamond midfield at others. It was introduced at short notice and it worked "to a tee" as Robinson said afterwards, as the Whitecaps played out a defensive first half before controlling play in the second. A fine Darren Mattocks header ten minutes from time was the difference between the two sides, as Vancouver left Rio Tinto with three points
  6. You can find his full gallery from the game HERE. The Whitecaps starting XI v RSL The pre-match huddle gets the lads fired up Joao Plata tired his luck from distance before Pedro Morales missed from six yards out Will Sebastian Fernandez get another penalty call this season? Kendall Waston certainly seems to be getting them! The Hair Bear Bunch pick on a baldy Pedro Morales steps up for the penalty - aka Mr Reliable Oh.... Brave Jaydon's Make-A-Wish dream comes true Nat Borchers gets his nead and his beard onto a corner And much to David
  7. The Good: Re-emergence of Pedro Morales Big players step up in big games and guide their team to victories. They take advantage of opportunities given to them. The goals don't have to be pretty, they all count. Over the past few games Morales has played okay, borderline well. The problem is that with what he has shown previously, and with his huge salary by MLS standards, the Whitecaps supporters and management want great, amazing and did you see that in every match, not just playing well game to game. After he missed the first penalty many supporters where thinking he blew the chance t
  8. It looked as though the first half would be an entertaining one as both teams had early chances to get on the scoreboard first. In the first few minutes it was Joao Plata who collected the ball at the edge of the box and fired a shot on goal which was easily stopped by David Ousted. Just two minutes later the Whitecaps had their first chance when Sebastian Fernandez found Pedro Morales in the six yard area, after showing some nice footwork to skip past Kyle Beckerman. Unfortunately the 'Caps captain was unable to get a proper foot to the ball and he sent his attempt over the net. The rem
  9. In this interview, Will and Red Nation discuss his current campaign with Real Salt Lake, winning the 2009 MLS Cup, the Men’s Canadian National Team and Real’s upcoming match against Toronto FC. http://www.rednationonline.ca/podcast.shtml#WillJohnson
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