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Wileman: Draw in the cards as Whitecaps battle Fire on TSN?

Vancouver Whitecaps put their good road form to the test once again on Wednesday night when they head east to take on Chicago Fire at Toyota Park. The Whitecaps were disappointed to only tie against FC Dallas at home on Sunday, and will be hoping for a similar performance, but with a better end product against a Chicago side that has only won once at home this season. You can catch all of the action live on TSN at 8:30pm et/5:30 pm pt. ...more

Wileman: TFC's Spurs friendly will be taxing but necessary

The timing of Toronto FC's Wednesday night friendly against Tottenham couldn't be much worse, considering the team's fight for a first ever MLS Cup playoff berth. Still, Luke Wileman says that international friendlies like this are crucial to the team and the league's future success. ...more

Wileman: Back on right track, Whitecaps host Chivas on TSN2

After two disappointing performances following the World Cup break, the Whitecaps returned to winning ways at home to Seattle Sounders last Saturday. The Caps now have the opportunity to make it back-to-back victories when they host Chivas USA at BC Place on Saturday night, live on TSN 2. ...more

Wileman: TFC brings improved road form into Chicago

If there was ever a time for Toronto FC to put things right against the Chicago Fire, it is now. Toronto's road form is much improved over past seasons and the Fire have been inconsistent so far this season. Catch the game live on TSN and TSN Radio 1050 tonight at 8:30pm et/5:30pm pt. ...more

Wileman: Whitecaps, Impact get MLS back in gear on TSN

After a short break during the group stages of the World Cup, the Major League Soccer season gets back underway on Wednesday night with an all-Canadian clash at BC Place as Vancouver Whitecaps host Montreal Impact (live on TSN and TSN 690 at 9:30pm et/6:30pm pt). TSN soccer analyst Luke Wileman gets you set for the action from Vancouver. ...more

Wileman: A look back at Spain, Messi, and more in Brazil

We are just four days into the tournament, but there has been no shortage of talking points at Brazil 2014 both on and off the pitch. The goals have been flowing with 37 scored through the first 11 matches, making it the highest scoring World Cup since 1958. Here are the top five things that caught the attention of TSN soccer analyst Luke Wileman so far. ...more

Wileman: Robinson, Whitecaps have "nothing to hide"

Vancouver Whitecaps coach Carl Robinson has made it clear he wants an open and honest locker room. Every one of the Whitecaps' training sessions is open to the media from start to finish. It’s certainly a popular decision with the members of the media covering the team on a daily basis, but Robinson's open access policy is about much more than making people happy. TSN's Luke Wileman explains. ...more

Wileman: Whitecaps deserved better against Sounders

The Vancouver Whitecaps extended their unbeaten run in Major League Soccer to five matches, but as TSN's Luke Wileman writes, Saturday's 2-2 tie at home to Seattle Sounders finished in controversial fashion, denying Vancouver the three points their performance deserved. ...more

Wileman: Toronto FC returns to league action without Bradley

Toronto FC return to league action on Saturday against New York Red Bulls but the Reds will be without their most influential player, midfielder Michael Bradley, who has now left to join up with the United States squad for their pre World Cup training camp. ...more

Wileman: Whitecaps face Quakes in 40th anniversary celebration

Almost 40 years to the day since playing their first ever match against San Jose Earthquakes, the Vancouver Whitecaps will face the Quakes once again on Saturday, as the club celebrates its 40th anniversary. TSN Soccer Analyst Luke Wileman sets up the weekend showdown. ...more

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Luke Wileman

Luke Wileman

Luke Wileman is an analyst for TSN's soccer coverage and his blog can be read on TSN.ca.

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