It's the end of an all-too-short era in Vancouver, and it if you're Swiss it kinda sucks.
The Vancouver Whitecaps may have failed to win the Canadian championship, but did they fail to provide an entertaining product on the night?
How will the thunda on the tundra turn out in Edmonton this evening when the Vancouver Whitecaps take on Edmonton in the Canadian Championships?
Parting was indeed such sweet sorrow, but the Vancouver Whitecaps and Eric Hassli get another chance to see each other, albeit from opposite ends of the pitch this weekend in Dallas.
It's now 12 matches without a win on the road. Can the Whitecaps get a reprieve from their woes back at home versus RSL?
While it may be easy to agree that nothing succeeds like success, consensus becomes a little more difficult when Whitecaps fans have to pin down the benchmarks their side needs to meet in order to be successful.
Sporting KC CEO Robb Heineman has a way with words. His letter to the team's fans sets a new standard - one we'd all be lucky to experience.
With two of the three teams I support confined to the basement of their respective leagues, the Vancouver Whitecaps are gearing up for the 2013 season. Maybe the 3rd time's the charm!
It wasn't pretty, although it was certainly exciting. It didn't result in many chances, but it provided enough. Martin Rennie's bunkering tactics yesterday were the right call for the Vancouver Whitecaps.
Nobody expects anything from the Whitecaps in the playoffs, so let's just enjoy the ride rather than worry about the result.
The Vancouver Whitecaps announced their 2012 award winners yesterday, which is all well and good but could use a little correction.
Even if Julian de Guzman is telling the whole truth about his brother for once, Canadian national team fans should have more pride in their team and their colours than to let Jonathan hop into the relay halfway through the race.