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It’s our last day of recruitment from MLS teams in May for our Allies List and it’s going to be fun going through all the results over the weekend to report back next week.
Our final team is the Vancouver Whitecaps, who also have a half-dozen allies.
Matt Watson and Brad Knighton both joined the list in February, while Sebastien LeToux became a member in March. In addition to signing on via Twitter, Jay DeMerit and Jordan Harvey were joined by teammate Michael Boxall at the NOH8 Campaign photo shoot in Vancouver this month. Thank you all!
Who will be next? Will our MLS recruitment month end with a bang or a whimper? Help reach out to the players below!
The Sunday Brunch will be a quick roundup of MLS scores from the weekend so far, and a look ahead to what’s coming up next.
- Vancouver 2 – Montreal 0: In his Whitecaps debute, soccer ally Sebastien Le Toux scored the first goal of the 2012 Season in the Impact’s MLS debut.
- Colorado 2 – Columbus 0: Teddy’s favorite player Quincy Amarikwa netted the second goal for Colorado continuing to prove why he deserves a spot in the Rapids’ starting lineup.
- DC 0 – Kansas City 1: Sporting walks away from RFK with three road points thanks to a stoppage time goal from 2001 Rookie of the Year CJ Sapong’s header off a corner kick.
- San Jose 1 – New England 0: 2011 League goal-scoring leader Chris Wondolowski starts the season off right with his first goal.
- Los Angeles 1 – Salt Lake 3: Edson Buddle scored the first goal in his return to MLS, but a trio of goals from Real Salt Lake broke Los Angeles’ at-home undefeated streak.
The rest of the weekend:
- Dallas vs. New York: today at 3 PM ET with the debut of MLS coverage on NBC Sports Network
- Chivas USA vs. Houston: today at 7 PM ET on Galavision
- Portland vs. Philadelphia: tomorrow at 8:30 PM ET on ESPN2
I was fortunate enough to attend the 2011 Philadelphia Union Supporters Summit last August. Don Garber, Nick Sakiewicz, and Peter Nowak were all there to field questions from Sons of Ben members. There representing the players of the Union were captain Faryd Mondragon and fan favorite Sebastien Le Toux.
Both of those players are now gone.