9:54 PM EDT, Wed April 23, 2014

Morales makes $1.4 million this year, new club record

Playmaking Chilean midfielder Pedro Morales has become the highest-paid player in Vancouver Whitecaps history – with $1.4 million in guaranteed compensation this year, according to salary information released today by the MLS Players Union. That salary total tops the $1.1 million earned by Caps striker Kenny Miller last year and the $900,000 paid to French striker Eric Hassli in 2011. Miller’s contract, which expires on June 30, works out to $940,000 over the course of ...

Miller making a case to stay

Kenny Miller’s possible departure from the Vancouver Whitecaps this summer hasn’t yet struck a chord with Caps fans. There’s no #KeepKenny Twitter campaign making the rounds and supporters haven’t inundated the Whitecaps office with demands the club extend the Scottish striker’s contract beyond its current June 30 expiry date. Maybe they should. Based on his performance so far this year, it’s hard to make a compelling case for the Whitecaps cutting Miller loose at the ...

Injured Nigel Reo-Coker watches Whitecaps train

A sheepish-looking Nigel Reo-Coker attended Thursday’s BC Place training session in street clothes but did not address the media over his bizarre falling-over-a-bike-rack incident last Sunday that caused a concussion and some ugly gashes to his face. Head coach Carl Robinson confirmed Reo-Coker won’t play Saturday against Houston but hopes to have the 29-year-old central midfielder available for the April 5 game against Colorado.Filed under: Whitecaps Watch Tagged: Carl Robinson, Major League Soccer...

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