• The Canadian Press

    Whitecaps lose 1-0 to Cavalry, but advance to Voyageurs Cup semifinals

    VANCOUVER — The Vancouver Whitecaps are still alive in their quest for three consecutive Canadian Championships. But Vanni Sartini didn’t pull any punches when assessing his team’s 1-0 loss to Cavalry FC on Tuesday at BC Place. “I think we need to apologize to our fans for our performance,” said the Whitecaps coach. “That was shameful. “When one team tries to win that and the other team is very casual, that's a recipe for the game that happened here.” After taking the first leg of their Canadian

  • PA Media: Sport

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    The Euro 2020 runners-up are among the favourites to triumph in Germany.

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    On this day in 2011: Chelsea sack manager Carlo Ancelotti

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  • The Canadian Press

    Deandre Kerr scores four goals as Toronto FC sets cup scoring record in lopsided win

    Toronto FC is headed to the Canadian Championship semifinals after setting a tournament-scoring record in an 8-1 win Tuesday, completing an 11-1 aggregate victory over Ligue1 Quebec champion CS Saint-Laurent. Saint-Laurent returns home with a little history of its own after becoming the first semi-pro side to score against a Major League Soccer team in the cup competition. And while Tuesday's score was lopsided and Saint-Laurent finished the game with 10 men, the Quebec side hit the woodwork twi