VANCOUVER, B.C. – Kenny Miller is staying with the Vancouver Whitecaps, at least for the time being.
That was the word following a training session on Thursday at the University of British Columbia, as both the player and his coach poured cold water on rumors which first appeared in British newspapers this week that he was set for a return to fallen Scottish giants Rangers FC.
VANCOUVER, B.C. – The Vancouver Whitecaps must make do without Darren Mattocks for their next two Major League Soccer matches, but will crucially have him available for the second leg of the Amway Canadian Championship final against the Montreal Impact on May 29 before he departs.
The five-times-capped 22-year-old has linked up with the Jamaican national team for a training camp in the Bahamas as the Reggae Boyz prepare for World Cup qualifying matches next month against Mexico, the United States and Honduras.
L’émission Coup Franc de cette semaine (à écouter ici) prend une perspective très canadienne et s’intéresse de près aux deux sujets les plus chauds du moment au pays de la feuille d’érable.
MONTREAL – There are more cracks in Jeb Brovsky's nose than there were good chances on goal at Stade Saputo on Wednesday night.
It wasn’t as pretty as the beautiful game gets, but the Vancouver Whitecaps were happy to walk out of Stade Saputo with a scoreless draw against the Montreal Impact in the first leg of the Amway Canadian Championship final.
The results sets up a second-leg encounter with all to play for at BC Place on May 29, where the club is enjoying a strong 3-0-2 home start in league play.
MONTREAL – At least they didn’t concede an away goal.
Copa Canadiense, La Final: Montreal Impact 0 - 0 Vancouver Whitecaps, empate sobrio en el Stade Saputo
Montreal Impact tenía la obligación de sacar un resultado favorable en el partido de ida de la final del Campeonato Canadiense Amway en casa, pero el empate sin goles, le da tranquilidad a Vancouver Whitecaps para la vuelta.
La segunda ronda de esta final se jugará el 29 de mayo en BC Place, y el ganador obtendrá un cupo a la próxima Liga Campeones de CONCACAF.
MONTREAL – The Montreal Impact and Vancouver Whitecaps left plenty on the table to play for in two weeks' time, fighting to a 0-0 draw in the first leg of the Amway Canadian Championship final on Wednesday night at Stade Saputo.
The tie means the series remains wide open going into the second leg, on May 29, at Vancouver’s BC Place, with a 2013-14 CONCACAF Champions League spot at stake.