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'Caps Chronicle gears up for Saturday's match at D.C. United

With a huge match-up between Vancouver Whitecaps FC and D.C. United at RFK Stadium today, the ‘Caps will be looking for many firsts’ as they start the beginning of a two match road trip (Terry Bell – The Province).

With D.C. United struggling at home this season, Whitecaps FC has a perfect opportunity to steal a victory in Washington and extend their winning streak to two matches. A big factor will be former United head coach Tom Soehn, who returns to D.C. for the first time since the 2007-2009 season (Bruce Constantineau – Vancouver Sun).

Want the best match preview available? No more is needed to be said because it’s just that good. (MLSsoccer.com).

In case your hard to please, we found you another match preview to help you get set for Vancouver Whitecaps FC versus D.C. United. This preview highlights, “The Whitecaps could receive a boost since injured captain Jay DeMerit has been training this week after not playing in a match since June 25. His return would be pivotal to helping slow down De Rosario” (Fox Sports).

Need some information about D.C. United? It appears there is a ‘keeper controversy building at RFK Stadium this weekend! Who will get the call against Whitecaps FC Eric Hassli and company? (Steven Goff – Washington Post)

With all the talk featuring Whitecaps FC head coach Tom Soehn making his return to coach against D.C. United on Saturday, this preview wraps everything up into one interesting read for all you sports junkies (Sports Network – Los Angeles Times).

Remember, just because it’s the weekend doesn’t mean you still can’t listen to WFC Daily on TEAM 1040.Voice of Whitecaps FC, Peter Schaad connects with his partner in crime Paul Dolan discussed a variety of topics this week that you can listen to right now! Listen live on teamradio.ca or find the podcast you are looking for right HERE.

The show is on every Monday to Friday at 3:00 p.m. PT on AM 1410.

Need even more soccer updates, information, and soccer perspective?Listen live to ‘Full-Time: Vancouver’s Soccer Show’ with Tyler Green and Mike Martignago’ which can be heard every Sunday from 9:00 – 11:00 p.m. PT.

Just in case you missed it, make sure to check out the Legend's scouting report (Carl Valentine - whitecapsfc.com) and the always reliable and jam-packed match preview (Simon Fudge - whitecapsfc.com).

After today’s match against D.C. United, Whitecaps FC will travel to Oregon for their match against Portland Timbers. Check out this update to see how many supporters will be travelling to take on MLS’s other expansion franchise (whitecapsfc.com).

Want to sit down and watch some YouTube videos? We have all the videos you will need to keep you covered this weekend. Check out ‘Training in D.C.’ as Whitecaps FC train for their match today. Also, want to see all the sights D.C. has to offer? Check out ‘D.C. Sightseeing’ to see some of Washington’s amazing sights! Finally, want to get to know some of Whitecaps FC’s younger athletes? Check out Whitecaps FC Residency forward Caleb Clarke in this ‘One to Watch’ piece (Zac Ratcliffe and Paul Albi – whitecapsfc.com).