'Caps Chronicle - March 13, 2012
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'Caps Chronicle: Goals are the goal


It was a fantastic start for Whitecaps FC on Saturday. The two goals notched by Sebastian Le Toux and Camilo were both works of art and great team goals. The staff at MLSsoccer.com also thought the 'Caps scores each stood out, as they have both been nominated for Goal of the Week. Make sure to vote for either Le Toux or Camilo. (MLSsoccer.com)

Last year’s team MVP and top scorer Camilo is back with Whitecaps FC and he's looking to score even more goals this year and make a run at the MLS Golden Boot. “I think I can score more,” stated Camilo. Only time will tell how Camilo will fare this season, but he’s off to a great start. (Marc Weber - The Province)

Soccer teams are often great examples of cultural mosaics. Whitecaps FC are no different; their back four is made up of five different nationalities: American, Argentinean, Korean and Swiss-Canadian. Naturally, however, English is slowly starting to make its way as the predominant language on the back line. (Bruce Constantineau - The Vancouver Sun)

Jun Marques Davidson is quickly making a name for himself in Vancouver after his 'Man of the Match' performance on Saturday against the Impact. The former Carolina RailHawk will try to be the reliable defensive midfielder the ‘Caps need to be successful. (Michael McColl - Canadian Soccer News)



‘Whitecaps FC Daily’ with Peter Schaad is back in its usual 3:00 p.m. timeslot on TEAM 1410 sports radio! For those of you who may have missed past episodes, you can find them HERE!
The show airs every Monday to Friday at 3 p.m. PT on TEAM 1410.

You can always get your soccer fix every Sunday night from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. PT by tuning into ‘Full-Time: Vancouver’s Soccer Show’ with Tyler Green and Mike Martignago on TEAM 1040. HERE!

West Coast Soccer Weekly is a new podcast hosted by Canadian Soccer News writers Pierce Lang and Michael McColl. For all things soccer on the best coast, including up to date coverage of Whitecaps FC, Highlanders, Men's and Women's Canadian national teams, and local community clubs be sure to listen in HERE!

Have you heard about ‘The Soccer Show’ with Nigel Reed and Bob Iarusci? Make sure to listen HERE!



Whitecaps FC got their MLS season started the right way with a big 2-0 win over their Canadian rivals the Montreal Impact. However, Whitecaps FC aren’t getting ahead of themselves this year. “The players realize it’s three points, which is excellent, but that’s all it is,” said Head Coach Martin Rennie. The ‘Caps are just taking it one game at a time and the next one on the schedule says they’re playing Chivas USA at the Home Depot Centre on Saturday at 7:30 pm, which you can watch on Sportsnet pacific. (Martin MacMahon - MLSsoccer.com)