FT: Orlando City 0-1 Vancouver Whitecaps
It’s a historic, first ever loss for Orlando. Kaká is surely considering a new career in real estate.
Orlando 0-1 Vancouver
All I am saaaaaaaaayiiiiiiinnnng….
is giiiiive me a goooooooooooooooal
Someone in ORL has a “Release the Brekken” sign, right?
FAV if UR Dad
Pics or it didn’t happen. Don’t lie to the people.
Collin flipping out that Manneh wasn’t executed on the spot for this 2-footed challenge.
I’m really sitting here hoping that Kaká swings on somebody. Not even sure what’s going on in the game.
Kaká is taking shots and aiming at fans now. It’s coming. He’s going to take a dark turn. I can feel it.
In about a month, I’m going to start arguing that Amobi Okugo is the key to OCSC’s success. It will be based on nothing factual.
Let this image marinate for a minute. You know I’m right.
I haven’t posted a random chart yet. This one is important. Not sure what it’s trying to tell me, but it has more green than red, so that was a solid half for Morales.
Canadian optimism! Catch it!
I certainly hope so. Ricky needs to get his people together at halftime. For the sake of my personal entertainment.
HT: Orlando City 0-0 Vancouver
Aye, MLS, I am not here to live blog scoreless games.
Probably thinking about Chick-fil-A
Adrian Heath may already be the best sideline performer in MLS.
Once a game, Brek Shea needs to fire one at his own net. Just because.
Kaká being all Designated and whatnot.
April 15 approaches. #StayWoke
We may have to start calling Orlando “Diving Ass Orlando”.
Adrian Heath wanted a penalty for Kevin Molino. Opted to used very un-Disney language.
Kaká is way too expensive for Koffie to foul people like this anywhere in his vicinity. Yellow card.
Brek Shea the Defender brings a tangible sadness to these broadcasts.
“Folks in the [Orlando] supporters section know how to mug for the cameras. They have a lot of experience.”
If Kaká serves up a nice pass for you, and you don’t finish it, you probably have to apologize for fear of eternal damnation.
Speaking of basketball, I wonder how long it will be before the Whitecaps sign Steve Nash to a DP contract.
Quality celeb / sports crossover sighting for Orlando. Hopefully the halftime entertainment is people winning a raffle for the opportunity to get dunked on.
No Vine for Orlando, but Aurélien Collin is back. He tried to murder David Villa in Week 1, but avoided a longer suspension.
Vancouver using a Vine for its starting lineup graphic demands respect. Even if Gershon Koffie looks like he wants to be anythin g but a Whitecap.
Pedro Morales and Kaká on the same field should lead to some televised fanciness.
Orlando City SC vs. Vancouver Whitecaps
Ricky Kaká and the Fightin’ Floridians welcome the Whitecaps, who’ve traveled 3300 miles from British Columbia to not go to Disney World.
The new boys of the league are faring well so far (possible match-fixing), but a road trip from VAN to ORL is about as MLS as MLS can be. Let’s see if Kaká survives more than 65min of this.
The Whitecaps are 1-1-0 coming in and have surprisingly only scored twice. With an important piece missing from a brand-new OCSC back line, they’ll probably double that total today.