BC Soccer News – Weekend April 25-26

Whitecaps FC 1  D.C. United 2

D.C. United 2 Whitecaps 1: Laba sent off as another missed opportunity hits homeThe Province
Their three road wins have been offset by dropping points at home to three Eastern teams — Toronto, Columbus and D.C.

Ten man Whitecaps’ home woes continue in loss to DC UnitedAFTN
Those first 70 seconds were something to remember, then it all went a bit downhill after that.

D.C. United defeats 10-man Vancouver Whitecaps, 2-1, on Chris Rolfe’s goalWashington Post
And when the madness at BC Place subsided, United wrapped its arms around a 2-1 victory to extend its unbeaten streak to five.

Whitecaps need to address discipline problems Sportsnet
Poor discipline, not quality of play, was the ultimate cause of Saturday’s 2-1 home defeat at the hands of D.C. United.

10-man Whitecaps FC put forward a valiant effort but fall 2-1 to D.C. UnitedWhitecaps FC
In the end they could not overcome a first half red card to Matias Laba as they fell 2-1 to D.C. United (4W-1L-2D) on Saturday.


Whitecaps FC loan 10 players to WFC2Whitecaps FC
Players on loan to USL may compete for both the USL and MLS sides over the course of the season.

Sounders 2 vs. Whitecaps 2 – Preview and quick three questionsSounder at Heart
S2 is wrapping up a three-match road trip that has yet to see a win, despite scoring four goals.

Canadian University Soccer

Canada West retools women’s soccer Prince George Citizen
UNBC will compete against UBC, UVic, Thompson Rivers, Trinity Western, UBCO, and UFV.

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