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    Heading into Wednesday’s Amway Canadian Championship semifinal series against the Ottawa Fury, the Whitecaps shouldn’t need a reminder about the perils of playing a lower-league opponent. “We won (the trophy) last year, but we almost lost it in the first round,” said Canadian fullback Sam Adekugbe, who hopes to start for the Caps at TD […]
  • Fury coach/GM Dalglish has soft spot for Manneh, and vice versa
    On a wall in his office, Paul Dalglish, the Ottawa Fury head coach and general manager, has a Kekuta Manneh shirt hanging in between two of his own, from his playing days with the Houston Dynamo. It’s from Manneh’s debut season with the Whitecaps. “He’s a great person, a great player, and any time I […]