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Robinson: Don't believe everything you read on Alphonso Davies
Whitecaps manager Carl Robinson says Kei Kamara is a proven goalscorer and brings a strong presence in the room. Robbo also says not to believe everything you read on Alphonso Davies, saying Davies is Whitecaps property and the club is focused on doing what it can to improve Davies
Kamara: Atmosphere at BC Place is one of the best in MLS
Kei Kamara says he's very excited to be joining the Vancouver Whitecaps and is really looking forward to playing at BC Place because he feels the atmosphere game day is one of the best in MLS. Kei also says he's looking forward to playing for Carl Robinson because of the competitiveness he brings to the squad.
Robinson: Norman signing a great story for Whitecaps, he deserves it
Carl Robinson says David Norman jr was the best player on the USL squad this past season and deserves his MLS contract. Robbo says it's a very good story for the club. Robbo also says Anthony Blondell can score, and the Whitecaps need more of that
Lenarduzzi: Whitecaps like Blondell's size, speed & scoring ability
Whitecaps president Bob Lenarduzzi says Anthony Bondell has been on their radar for a few months now. Bob says they signed the 23-year-old Venezuelan striker because they liked the speed that comes with his size, has a good touch on the ball, but most importantly, scores goals.
Dolan: Value for money is why Caps parted ways with Ousted
Whitecaps play-by-play announcer Paul Dolan says the reason the Whitecaps decided to part ways with David Ousted is the fact he was the second highest paid goaltender in MLS, and in the MLS, you want that money going to your designated players up front.
Lenarduzzi: With raised expectations, disappointing end to season
Whitecaps president Bob Lenarduzzi says they were pleased to get to the playoffs and get their first ever playoff win because that was an expectation prior to the season. Bob says the goal now is to add the pieces that will get them further in the playoffs next year.
Dolan: Disappointing finish, but 3rd in West likely where Whitecaps should have finished
Paul Dolan admits losing 2-0 to Seattle is disappointing, but also points out that this Whitecaps team probably was the third best team in the West this season behind Seattle and Portland. Dolie hopes the club spends on a big-name player, but admits that's easy to say when it's not his money
Wileman: Good road record should help Whitecaps confidence
TSN's Luke Wileman says the Whitecaps do know how to play the Sounders in Seattle as they've won three of the five times they've played their under Carl Robinson. Luke also says winning six games on the road this year is nothing to turn your nose at, and is a reason why the Caps should be confident.
Robinson: We can beat good teams away from home
Whitecaps manager Carl Robinson says his players aren't fooled, they know playing in Seattle will be difficult. But Carl says they have played well on the road this season, winning six games away from BC Place, which is the best road record in the Western Conference.
Schaad: MLS should consider one game playoff instead of two-game series
Whitecaps voice Pete Schaad admits he’s starting to believe the MLS should go with a one-and-done playoff setting, as opposed to the two-game total goal series. Pete isn’t sure if playing for a draw was the right or wrong move by the Whitecaps, while also suggesting the Whitecaps need to see better efforts in the midfield.