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#1 2014-08-14 08:27:50

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Featuring equal parts funk and football, MLS ON TSN captures all the action from Vancouver Whitecaps FCs 40th anniversary match this Saturday at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT on TSN2. Whitecaps FC don retro 1974-style uniforms to take on the San Jose Earthquakes, celebrating the clubs inaugural match nearly 40 years to the day (May 5, 1974) - when the same two sides kicked off professional soccer in Vancouver. Joining the celebration are MLS ON TSNs Luke Wileman and Jason deVos, who also don 70s-style apparel for the broadcast. In a special 30-minute pre-game show hosted by Wileman and deVos live from BC Place, TSN looks back at the clubs history and features live coverage of the pre-game ceremony, which honours the original 1974 Whitecaps FC team. TEAM Radio, the official voice of Vancouver Whitecaps FC, delivers a special pre-game show beginning Saturday at 5 p.m. ET / 2 p.m. PT with CTV Vancouvers Perry Solkowski, as well as Paul Dolan and Carlo Corrazin. TEAM Radios Peter Schaad and David Norman are in the booth for the stations live radio coverage on AM 1410 beginning at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT. Promotion for the 40th anniversary match spreads across Bell Media properties, with extensive pre-game support and coverage locally on CTV Vancouver, TEAM Radio, The Beat 94.5, and 103.5 QM/FM. Nationally, the match has also been a focus across TSN platforms and Canadas most-watched sports news show, SPORTSCENTRE.   Bell, the teams Premier Founding Partner, celebrates 40 years of Vancouver Whitecaps FC with the "Spirit of 74" microsite. The site provides fans the opportunity to 74 themselves or a Whitecaps FC player for a chance to win a pair of 2015 Whitecaps FC season tickets. In addition, working alongside Bell, Whitecaps FC will make an honorary donation to one of the clubs main charitable pillars, mental health, to celebrate the clubs 40th anniversary. By bringing a dollar or two to the match on Saturday, or by donating online at whitecapsfc.com/buckup until May 17, fans can #buckup for mental health by directly supporting Claras Big Ride Vancouver Community Champion - The Kettle Society - and the Canadian Mental Health Association, BC Division. This Saturday, MLS ON TSN also captures Jermain Defoes return to the lineup as Toronto FC hosts New England Revolution at 1 p.m. ET on TSN. BPL Coverage kicks off with Cardiff looking to avoid relegation as they face Newcastle on Saturday at 9:50 a.m. ET on TSN2. At 10 a.m. ET on TSN.ca, Swansea takes on Southampton. Next up, Manchester City looks to catch league-leading Liverpool when they battle Everton at 12:30 p.m. ET on TSN2. On Sunday, its another doubleheader of BPL action, beginning with Arsenal vs. West Brom at 8:30 a.m. ET on TSN, followed by Chelsea taking on Norwich City at 11 a.m. ET on TSN. All MLS and BPL games on TSN and TSN2 are also available live on TSN GO. This weekends MLS and BPL schedule is as follows: Saturday, May 39:50 a.m. ET - Barclays Premier League: Newcastle vs. Cardiff on TSN210 a.m. ET - Barclays Premier League: Swansea vs. Southampton on TSN.ca12 noon ET - Barclays Premier League Live on TSN212:30 p.m. ET - Barclays Premier League: Everton vs. Manchester City on TSN21 p.m. ET - PokerStars Toronto FC on TSN: Toronto vs. New England on TSN2:30 p.m. ET - Barclays Premier League Goal Zone on TSN26:30 p.m. ET - MLS ON TSN Pregame on TSN27 p.m. ET / 4 p.m. PT - MLS ON TSN: Vancouver @ San Jose on TSN2 Sunday, May 48 a.m. ET - Barclays Premier League Live on TSN 8:30 a.m. ET - Barclays Premier League: Arsenal vs. West Brom on TSN 10:30 a.m. ET - Barclays Premier League Live on TSN11 a.m. ET - Barclays Premier League: Chelsea vs. Norwich City on TSN Mike Evans Red Jersey . -- The pain of another playoff collapse was still fresh less than two days later as the San Jose Sharks packed up for another early summer. 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Federer, who turns 32 next Thursday, made the unusual move of participating in a pair of minor clay-court tournaments in the period between playing on Wimbledons grass and shifting to the North American summer hard-court season.PARIS -- Monaco needed a late goal from substitute Lucas Ocampos to beat Saint-Etienne 2-1 and move three points clear atop the French league on Saturday. Ocampos met a low cross from James Rodriguez in the 87th minute to poke home the winner from a tight angle. Belgian winger Yannick Ferreira Carrasco opened the scoring for Monaco in the 15th before Saint-Etienne striker Romain Hamouma equalized in the 49th. "Were putting pressure on the other teams," Monaco defender Eric Abidal said. "We know the beginning of the season is important. Its up to us to keep riding the momentum. . Teams will fear us more. Its always important to be chased instead of having to give chase." Monaco is still undefeated after nine league matches. Also, it was: Lille 3, Ajaccio 0; Toulouse 1, Nice 0; Nantes 3, Evian 0; Guingamp 2, Rennes 0; and Valenciennes 1, Reims 1. On Sunday, Marseille hosts second-place Paris Saint-Germain, Bordeaux faces Sochaux and Lyon visits Montpellier. On Friday, Bastia routed Lorient 4-1. Monaco dominated the first half and Saint-Etienne was lucky to head back to the dressing room just a goal down. Joao Moutinho intercepted a backpass from Saint-Etienne midfielder Renaud Cohade to be clean through on goal after nine minutes, but goalkeeper Stephane Ruffier saved Moutinhos effort from 18 metres. Carrasco did not miss his chance six minutes later. The Belgian winger beat the offside trap to collect a through ball from Rodriguez and slip it past Ruffier. Rodriguez arguably produced his best performance in the French league this season. The Colombia midfielder cut inside in the 26th to fire a long-range strike that Ruffier turned around the post. Saint-Etiennes first chance came in the 30th when Tabanouu chased a ball over the top from Cohade but missed the target from a tight angle.dddddddddddd The visitors levelled four minutes after the break. Hamouma took a pass from Cohade to beat Monaco goalkeeper Danijel Subasic. Ruffier kept his team in the match by stopping a powerful drive from Rodriguez in the 59th and punching away a free kick from him in the 89th. Saint-Etienne could have taken the lead against the run of play in the 84th. Substitute Max-Alain Gradel capitalized on a counterattack to bear down on goal but was denied by Subasic. Lille earned its fourth straight clean sheet to go level on points with third-place Marseille. Pape Souare put the 2011 champion ahead with a powerful header in the 16th. Idrissa Gueye made it 2-0 from close range in the 58th before forward Salomon Kalou converted a rebound in the 71st. Striker Filip Djordjevic scored twice for Nantes, which stretched its winning streak to three games to climb to fifth place, a point behind Lille. Djordjevic converted a cross from Serge Gakpe after two minutes and notched his sixth league goal this season in the 34th. Papy Mison Djilobodji sealed the win for the promoted side in the 66th. Toulouse forward Wissam Ben Yedder scored the winner in the 34th to help his team move into the middle of the table. Eloge Enza Yamissi scored an equalizer in stoppage time to snap Valenciennes seven-match losing streak. Valenciennes still remained in last place despite that point. Prince Oniangue initially gave Reims the lead from a corner in the 30th. In the Brittany derby, Jeremy Sorbon in the 47th and Mustapha Yatabare in the 70th scored for Guingamp while Rennes striker Nelson Oliveira was sent off after picking up a second yellow card in the 63rd. ' ' '

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