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    Canada vs USA
    November 9th - BC Place

    Welcome to the supporters section.  This section is for  of standing, singing flag waving and beating drums.

    If you are joining us please understand what you are getting into.  This is a game against the USA and we need everyone in this section to bring it for 90 minutes. 

    Tickets - $19

    Our sections are 201-204

    • First 100 people to buy three or more tickets get a free shirt
    • $2.50 from each ticket goes towards the tifo fund
    • Access to pre game party and a second special event TBA
    • Included in our new Priority Ticket Access list for premiere games & travel discounts

    Thanks for supporting Canada!  

    See you in November. 

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  • Posts

    • ??? pretty sure that's actually Luca Modric.  
    • Well said by an apparent Modric fanboy
    • He is no longer with Chania as of July 1st.  Any word if he has signed with another club or had any trials?
    • The USA will play away to Portugal on Nov 14th. The Czech Republic have set up two friendlies in Qatar. Nov 8 vs Iceland and Nov 11 vs Qatar
    • Trolls gotta troll lol.  Best to ignore
    • So the guy responsible for getting TFC of the ground has no knowledge of launching a football team but some anonymous big mouth on the internet knows all.  Let me guess, you are under the age of 20?
    • So the guy responsible for getting TFC of the ground has no knowledge of launching a football team but some anonymous big mouth on the internet knows all.  Let me guess, you are under the age of 20?
    • I like how there is a 14 year gap between posts in this thread.  We won't be able to hide anything from future generations because we'll keep bumping old posts. 
    • Suspect he's not hugely out of tune with how most soccer people see this at the moment, if you get away from this board, which is not hugely representative of Canadian soccer fans given the strong CMNT focus, because unfortunately the national team has never been adopted to the extent it should have been. We have been assured big things were just around the corner going at least as far back as the summer of 2015: https://archive.org/details/TwoSolitudesSoccerPodcast94ACanadianLeagueFinallyAndGoldCup and now after you all bought the t-shirts even 2018 probably isn't happening by all accounts. Even though CanPL now has a reasonable shot at actually happening (the amount of things that need to fall neatly into place on stadium issues shouldn't be underestimated) and is looking a lot more solid than it ever did previously probably based mainly on stuff that happened after Paul Beirne was hired late last year, if you cry wolf misleadingly often enough a lot of people will eventually stop listening by the time the genuine article finally starts to approach.  
    • Before that in the aftermath of the moratorium being imposed (fall of 2010?) there was the Easton report study that started in 2011 and the attempt to launch a D2 league on the back of the 2015 Women's World Cup. Things took a detour when Jim Easton concluded that a U-23 regional focus was the better way to go.
    • Ohhhhhhh okay, now I get it, you're completely naive and out of the loop.  So they're not going to actually have just two teams in the league. There's already ownership groups announced in three other provinces and another in Ontario. The Faths have been attending meetings and the Fury have talked positively of the league. They have a head office in Toronto and have begun to hire employees.  I'm not sure what you expect at this point but you have no reason to doubt anything. Feel free to check the CPL General thread and read the dozens of articles about the league and it's teams posted there. Also be sure to check out the numerous interviews different owners, league officials and insiders have done.
    • Wasn't it 2014? That's when NASL Canada was first mentioned. Seems like the first serious thing
    • Just wondering if any of the Caps fans might think that the Caps finishing 3rd (if that should happen) might be a blessing in disguise. My theory is that the Caps are successful at home playing a counter-attacking style but they are often poor on the road in comparison. If they lose the first leg of a playoff series on the road, they may find it more difficult to play counter-attacking at home against at team that would themselves be sitting back and hitting them on the counter-attack because they would already have the lead. I could be talking out of my rear end but I just get the feeling that Vancouver will be more successful if they play the first leg at home with their style of play.
    • MLS took 8 years to get off the ground. Patience 2013 is a bit off the cuff as well. Back then it was a vague idea between Montagliani and Young to have a Canadian division of NASL