The Red Bulls will see their former midfield pest in Felipe, while Tim Parker says high to his former side in the Whitecaps
by: Timm Higgins — SB Nation: Stumptown Footy 2h
Off to see the Wiz
by: Dylan Butler, Pro Soccer USA — Pro Soccer USA 2h
They were the two center pieces of a blockbuster preseason trade with central defender Tim Parker going to the New York Red Bulls and midfielder Felipe heading to Vancouver Whitecaps FC. On Saturday at BC Place, both players will get a chance to face...
by: AtlantisB — SB Nation: Eighty Six Forever 4h
Welcome to another season of our Vancouver Whitecaps contest "Guess the Starting XI and Final Score". As is tradition, thanks to former regular Spencer for starting this several years ago. It has...
by: SJEarthquakes.comSJEarthquakes.com — MLS: San Jose Earthquakes 8h
Luis Felipe, Eric Calvillo stop by ADEGA Restaurant ahead of Portuguese Heritage Night.
by: Steven Goff — Washington Post 8h
The soccer power included 13 players from its World Cup squad for a pair of September matches in the United States.
by: AFP — MLS Talk 9h
Rio de Janeiro (AFP) - Just a week after making his first Premier League start for Manchester United, Andreas Pereira received a surprise first call-up to Tite's Brazil squad ahead of two friendlies next month. The Belgian-born 22-year-old midfielder was.
by: Dan Riccio — Sportsnet 9h
Every Thursday/Friday, Sportsnet.ca will chat with Sportsnet 650 radio commentator Dan Riccio about the big stories and issues surrounding the Vancouver Whitecaps
by: The Washington Times http://www.washingtontimes.com — The Washington Times 11h
Brazil coach Tite has left striker Gabriel Jesus and defender Marcelo out of his squad for two friendlies next month in the United States.
by: Jamie Goldberg | The Oregonian/OregonLive — Oregon Live 13h
For the Portland Timbers, the players to watch are Samuel Armenteros, Andy Polo and Larrys Mabiala. For Sporting Kansas City, the players to watch are Felipe Gutierrez, Daniel Salloi and Roger Espinoza.
by: J.J. Adams — The Province 17 Aug
When the Whitecaps let Tim Parker go, they lost their defensive souls. He makes his return to Vancouver for the first time as a member of the opposition when the Red Bulls visit B.C. Place on Saturday.