The Whitecaps announced Thursday that Danish goalkeeper David Ousted would be their newest signing. He previously played for Danish club Randers FC before the Caps officially announced the new deal. Even though Ousted is a keeper coming over from Europe, he will not be handed the starting job straight off the bat. Ousted will have to work for it, and it is likely that Brad Knighton will continue to start in goal for the next few matches at minimum.
The Whitecaps have announced that they have traded Swiss defender Alain Rochat to Eastern Conference side DC United. In return, the Caps will receive a second round pick in the 2015 MLS Superdraft and a 2016 conditional draft pick.no comments
The Whitecaps will look to beat the odds on Saturday when they take on two time reigning MLS champions LA Galaxy at BC Place. The Caps have recently been enduring some of the worst form they have ever experienced in two years. Martin Rennie has to get his side back in shape soon or playoffs will slowly become more and more unlikely and his time as manager might be nearing its end.
The Whitecaps have an extremely busy schedule ahead of them for the next two weeks. In those 14 days the Caps are set to play 4 matches, but against only two different teams.They kick off their hectic schedule against the MLS leading Texas side, FC Dallas this Saturday. Following that match, the Caps venture up to the province of Alberta to take on NASL side FC Edmonton in their first match of the Amway Canadian Championship.
In the past two weeks the Whitecaps have suffered two straight disappointing road losses. This including 2-1 defeats to both the Houston Dynamo in week three and Chivas USA in week four. The Whitecaps are yet to win a game on the road so far this season but they have the chance to repair the damages this weekend.no comments
The Whitecaps will be headed to La-La-Land to take on the Rojiblancos at the Home Depot Center. This will be the fourth ever meeting between the two clubs in MLS play and so far the Caps are undefeated against Chivas, tying both matches in 2011 and winning both in 2012. The last time the Whitecaps took on Chivas, they brushed them aside at BC Place by a lofty score of 4-0. There will not be a repeat of that scoreline in this years edition of the tie as Chivas will present a much tougher challenge for the Caps.no comments
After a two week break, the Whitecaps will be heading down to the big state of Texas to take on the boys in orange, the Houston Dynamo. The Whitecaps are going into this match undefeated and will looking to extended their win streak to three. The match in Houston will be the Caps' first away match of the new 2013 MLS season, they will be looking to prove themselves away from home like they have when they are at home.