Vancouver Whitecaps aim at Canadian Championship: "The next step for us as a club is to win something"
Just because a team is having a better regular season doesn’t mean that will carry over to cup play.
That’s the idea head coach Martin Rennie is placing in his players’ heads ahead of Wednesday’s first leg of the Amway Canadian Championship final against the Montreal Impact (7:30 pm ET, Sportsnet), who have started strongly in MLS with a record of 6-2-2.
MONTREAL IMPACT vs. VANCOUVER WHITECAPS
STADE SAPUTO, Montreal, Quebec
May 15, 2013 (Amway Canadian Championship Final, Leg 1)
7:30 pm (Sportsnet, TVA in Canada)
Deux rencontres occuperont la scène ce soir : le match aller de la finale du Championnat canadien Amway, entre Montréal et Vancouver, et la rencontre de championnat opposant Philadelphie au LA Galaxy. Toutes deux commenceront à 19h30 HE.
MONTREAL – The Montreal Impact are set for one last push.
The first leg of the Amway Canadian Championship finals against the Vancouver Whitecaps at Stade Saputo on Wednesday (7:30 pm ET, Sportsnet in Canada) will be Montreal’s seventh game in 22 days. It was a generally successful, if challenging, sequence (three wins, two losses and one draw), but it has left a few marks.
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VANCOUVER, B.C. – Before the Amway Canadian Championship semifinal final tie between the Vancouver Whitecaps and FC Edmonton, ‘Caps midfielder Russell Teibert said being a Canadian didn’t make the competition more important to him than to his teammates.