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 By Arch Bell

Can the Vancouver Whitecaps complete a Cascadian MLS Cup treble?

Go behind the scenes with Vancouver Whitecaps youngster Alphonso Davies as he earns his Canadian citizenship.
Jeremy Ebobisse scored his first MLS goal, and Sebastian Blanco bagged the winner for Portland in Vancouver.

Judging by the furrowed brow on your face after reading the title of this piece, I can see that you are skeptical.

While a Vancouver Whitecaps MLS Cup triumph in 2017 would neatly complete a Cascadia treble on the heels of Portland and Seattle's conquests in 2015 and 2016, respectively, you are wondering how the sixth-place team in the Western Conference at present could survive the playoffs and then knock off, say, a Toronto FC or Chicago Fire to win MLS Cup.

You also are ready to question...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Villarreal and LA Galaxy agree to fee for Jonathan Dos Santos transfer

New England outlasted the Galaxy in a 7-goal thriller to earn three points at home.

The LA Galaxy and Villarreal have agreed to a fee for the transfer of Jonathan Dos Santos that will see the Mexico international swap La Liga for Major League Soccer.

Confirmation of the move was reported by Goal on Tuesday night -- for a fee of $5 million -- one day after a source told ESPN's Taylor Twellman that the player and club were in talks over a contract.

A source with the Galaxy also confirmed to ESPN FC on Tuesday that a deal was imminent that would see Dos Santos join his brother Giovani...

Barcelona bring star power to NYC event as they work to expand brand

Steve Nicol evaluates Philippe Coutinho's future with Liverpool amid his links with Barcelona.

NEW YORK -- "Visca Catalunya," was the shout from the back of Smithfield Hall. It came from a solitary voice but was soon joined by the rest of the 150 people enjoying the free bar on West 25th Street in New York. Friday's event was not for Catalan independence, though, but for The Official NYC FC Barcelona Penya to celebrate Barca's stay just outside the city, at the Sheraton Hotel in Parsippany, New Jersey. Moments later, on the eve of the club's International Champions Cup opener against Juventus,...