It’s 2015, so it’s only natural that Pa Modou Kah would make like Marty McFly in “Back to the Future II” while celebrating the Vancouver Whitecaps’ Amway Canadian Championship victory on Wednesday night.
It was, Impact head coach Frank Klopas said, “two different games.”
Vancouver Whitecaps thrilled to make a "little bit of history" with first Canadian Championship triumph
VANCOUVER, B.C. - It's been a long time coming, and there's been a lot of years of heartache along the way, but the Vancouver Whitecaps finally lifted their first Voyageurs Cup with a commanding 4-2 aggregate win over the Montreal Impact in the Amway Canadian Championship final second leg.
VANCOUVER, B.C. - Vancouver Whitecaps are the winners of the 2015 Amway Canadian Championship.
A 2-0 win on the night gave Vancouver a 4-2 aggregate win over the Montreal Impact, to lift their first ever Voyageurs Cup and clinch a place in next season's CONCACAF Champions League.
If you live in Canada, Sportsnet is your home for all the coverage of the 2015 Amway Canadian Championship final, with the Vancouver Whitecaps and Montreal Impact meeting at BC Place in the second leg of the series to determine Canada's entry into the 2016-17 Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League. The series is currently tied on aggregate after a 2-2 draw in Montreal.
VANCOUVER, BC – The Vancouver Whitecaps are 90 minutes away from making history and lifting the club’s first competitive trophy of their MLS era.
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MONTREAL – It’s a good time to be a Tico in MLS.
Through their time in North America, the likes of Jairo Arrieta, Alvaro Saborio and Kendall Waston have won fans and teammates over, just as the pura vida of their home country of Costa Rica charms visitors.