JAY DEMERIT RUMORS & GOSSIP
Only two weeks into this brand new MLS season and it has already been an eventful one for the Vancouver Whitecaps. They began the season with a two game homestand against Canadian rivals Toronto FC and then against the Columbus Crew in the following week. So far, we have seen many different things occur, including a serious injury to Jay DeMerit, two beautiful goals, many players...
The Vancouver Whitecaps started 2013 with a victory, but they lost Jay DeMerit to a ruptured Achilles tendon.
The Columbus Crew are looking to build on a dazzling season opener by capitalizing on the absence of one of the league's best defenders.
The Whitecaps are hoping newcomer Brad Rusin is up to the task of replacing DeMerit on Saturday when they try to contain Federico...
Via AP on Fox
March 08, 2013
Vancouver Whitecaps captain Jay DeMerit has ruptured his Achilles tendon and will be out indefinitely.
The center back played the first seven minutes of Vancouver's season-opening 1-0 victory over Toronto FC on Saturday before leaving with the injury.
The team initially said he had a strained left calf. Coach Martin Rennie confirmed the more serious injury after practice.
Via AP on Fox
March 04, 2013
With captain Jay DeMerit being nominated for Defender of the Year, YP Lee nominated for that, and Newcomer of the Year and Darren Mattocks getting a nomination for Rookie of the Year, I figured I should doll out my own awards, for Whitecaps named after Whitecaps!
Consider that the red carpet entrance and the awards begin now!
Jeff Clarke Award – Leadership...
On the road again
The Vancouver Whitecaps FC start the first of a huge home and home stretch against second place Real Salt Lake, tonight in Utah.
Real Salt Lake then comes to Vancouver for a meeting on August 11. The five point gap that currently separates the two clubs, could grow to as much as fourteen if RSL takes both matches against the ‘Caps, as well as a match in Colorado...
After knocking off the league's best team, the Vancouver Whitecaps are brimming with confidence as they get ready to take on another tough opponent.
The Whitecaps go on the road Friday night to face Real Salt Lake, which has not allowed a goal over its last three home games.
Vancouver (9-6-7) won 2-1 on Sunday over San Jose, which leads MLS with 43 points. Two of the Whitecaps...
Via AP on Fox
July 26, 2012
Whitecaps/Revolution game summary
The Whitecaps’ heavy recent schedule finally caught up with them, in a most punishing way, with a crushing 4-1 defeat to New England. Though the ‘Caps got off to a great start with Eric Hassli’s second league goal this year, the team soon fell apart with the absence of Jay DeMerit in the heart of defence.
New England was up 3-1 by halftime...
Vancouver Whitecaps FC defeated Chivas USA, 1-0, Saturday night at The Home Depot Center before a crowd of 7,723. Defender Jay DeMerit’s header in the 68th minute of play now brings the Whitecaps’ record to 2-0-0. With the loss Chivas USA’s record is now 0-2-0.
The Red-and-White offense forced Whitecaps’ goalkeeper Joe Cannon to twice come far out of his net to make...
CARSON, Calif. – Saturday night at the Home Depot Center was a night of firsts for the visiting Vancouver Whitecaps. Not only did Captain and former American International Jay DeMerit knock in his first MLS goal, but the team as a whole got their first away win in the MLS after shutting out Chivas USA 1-0.
“Tonight was a night of firsts. We came in with a plan and on the road...
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Only In Canada
MLS Soccer players teach us “friendly” Canadian fans how to cheer for the Whitecaps. As if we didn’t already know how. It was because of us that the Vancouver Whitecaps got their season off to a flyer with a tidy 2-0 decision over the maiden MLS edition of the Montreal Impact.
A new chant for the Whitecaps started by BOB a Vancouver Whitecaps season...