Whitecaps’ playing style evolving, but players still need time to gel


Vancouver Whitecaps' Kei Kamara, back left, Cristian Techera, front, and Alphonso Davies celebrate Davies' goal against the Montreal Impact during the second half of an MLS soccer game in Vancouver, B.C., on Sunday March 4, 2018. (Darryl Dyck/CP)

Soccer pundit Mark Rogers joined Sportsnet 650’s On Point to recap the Whitecaps’ draw against the LA Galaxy on the weekend, and how Vancouver’s playing style has changed with the addition of Felipe.

Rogers argues that Vancouver now has players that can do serious damage when in possession, not just in transition. But they will need time to build chemistry.

Mark Rogers: Caps now more threatening on possession, not just transition
March 26 2018


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