Here are all our past Whitecaps Wednesday Weekly articles all in one place.
Whitecaps 2013 Season Projected
July 24, 2013 by Jake Vendramin
So far this season, the Whitecaps sit 4th place in the MLS Western Conference. They have a record of 9-6-5 so far from 20 games played. So based on previous results and past seasons, how will the Whitecaps end up at the end of the regular season?
Half Way There..
July 10, 2013 by aacamp81
The Whitecaps are halfway through the 2013 MLS regular season, so let’s take a look at the good, the bad and the future of this current season. The Good Camilo The little Brazilian has turned into a goal scoring machine. He is currently tied for 2nd in MLS scoring with 10 goals…
The Whitecaps and Cascadia
June 26, 2013 by Jake Vendramin
I will be taking over for Aaron Campbell this week for this edition of Whitecaps Wednesday Weekly. Background The Cascadia Cup is a competition that involves the Whitecaps, Seattle Sounders and Portland Timbers. It began back in 2004 and was won by Vancouver in its first two years of existence.
Stats To Date…
June 5, 2013 by aacamp81
I have always been interested in the statistics of the game. As I kid I remember memorizing them so I always knew what I was talking about. 31 years later what do you know, I am still interested in stats. Here is a look at the Whitecaps Stats to date.
Nigel Reo-Yellow Card
May 29, 2013 by aacamp81
In Nigel we must… keep him on the field….. No one is arguing that the passion, leadership and intensity that Reo-Coker has brought to the Vancouver Whitecaps this season is nothing but positive for the club. His mentorship of Russell Teibert has brought his playing level to that where even Martin Rennie doesn’t mind starting…
And The Oscar Goes To…
May 8, 2013 by aacamp81
Camilo.. In the past three weeks, some people may say that Camilo has been our best attacking player on the pitch. Other people may say he dives far too much, goes down too easy and is a disgrace to the Whitecaps organization. Supporters of the Vancouver Whitecaps either love him or hate him, basically he…
The Quarter Poll
May 1, 2013 by aacamp81
The Whitecaps are almost a quarter of the way through the 2013 MLS regular season. Let’s take a look at the good, the bad and the future of this current season. The Good Nigel Reo-Coker Since taking the captain’s armband, he has definitely been the leader on the pitch for the Caps.
Whitecaps’ Players On Loan
April 17, 2013 by Jake Vendramin
I will be taking over for Aaron Campbell this time around and this week’s WWW will be about the Caps’ players who have been sent out on loan. This Year’s Loan Deals It was announced yesterday that Residency product Ben Fisk and new Ghanaian signing Emmanuel Adjetey will be headed to the Charleston Battery…
Top 5 Vancouver Whitecaps Players In The MLS Era
April 10, 2013 by aacamp81
March 18, 2009 was the day Don Garber announced the Vancouver Whitecaps would be the 17th team in the MLS. It has been mixture of highs and lows since then. Well Vancouver has had a rich history before they joined the MLS, I wanted to look at the Top 5 players in the MLS era…
Mattocks, Manneh and Hurtado: We Need More!
April 3, 2013 by aacamp81
When the season started, we all expected that speed would benefit the Whitecaps this season. Four games in and it has hindered them and also costed them at least 3 or 4 goals. Mattocks predicted that he would get 20 goals this season, 4 games in and he has mustered only one.
Teibert Better Off In Vancouver Or On Loan?
March 27, 2013 by Jake Vendramin
In case you did not already know, Aaron Campbell is the author of the WhitecapsWednesdayWeekly column, but he was unable to share his opinion this week, so I will be sharing it for him. In This Week’s Edition I will be covering the peculiar topic of Russell Teibert and whether he is better off staying…
Everybody Needs Koffie
March 20, 2013 by aacamp81
There has been a lot of talk about the Whitecaps potentially moving Gershon Koffie in the future, if the money is right. He is an above average player right now but he has the potential to be a great MLS player for years to come. What is the right deal that the Whitecaps would be…
Kenny Miller: Should He Stay or Should He Go?
March 13, 2013 by aacamp81
Kenny Miller’s time in Vancouver has had more ups and downs than the wooden roller coaster at the PNE. There were many questions in the past off-season if Miller would even be in a Whitecaps jersey starting on March 2nd. At times, he has been an excellent, hard working player that has come close to…
Captain My Captain
March 6, 2013 by aacamp81
Everyone has their opinion on who the next Whitecaps captain should be after Jay DeMerit retires in the next couple of season. As the only captain in the Whitecaps MLS history, the next one will have a legacy that DeMerit will leave behind that will be hard to live up to.
Joe Cannon vs. Brad Knighton: The Stats Don’t Lie
February 27, 2013 by aacamp81
There has been a lot of debate on the Twitter verse about who should be the starting goalkeeper this season for the Whitecaps. Do you go with the 38-year-old, 14 year MLS veteran Joe Cannon? Or, do you go with the 28-year-old with 1 MLS season Brad Knighton?…