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  1. Sportsnet has an interview up http://www.sportsnet.ca/soccer/kadeisha-buchanan-canada-womens-soccer-lyon-france/
  2. CPL General

    I could have sworn that they were holding things up just to piss off the die hard supporters lol Seriously though it's really going to be interesting to see what comes out when the dust settles.
  3. Voyageurs #CanMNT Player of the Year for 2017

    1-Hutch 2-Borjan 3-Hoilett Really tough year, which is a good sign
  4. Metro Vancouver CPL Club

    So called "soccer culture" and "authenticity" worldwide do not include playoffs and yet they are generally accepted in North America because it is part of the norm for North American "sporting culture" and "authenticity" There are a merging of these norms to form something unique in this country as I'm sure soccer cultures in other countries have their own unique aspects the don't conform to the general trends. Just my personal opinion but to outright dismiss teams because they might use a regional name (remember that we don't know for a fact that the Surrey team would definitely go for it) is foolish.
  5. Octavio Zambrano

    Article on OZ's plans by Sandor https://t.co/r5wvLFCcUX
  6. CPL General

    Edmonton update from Sandor https://the11.ca/fath-was-at-last-weeks-canpl-meetings-but-warns-not-to-expect-a-quick-resurrection-of-fc-edmonton/
  7. Raheem Edwards

    I figure some of TFC's thinking in exposing him is that LA may not want to use a foreign spot on a Canadian. Curious to see how the draft plays out when it comes to Toronto. Guess we'll see in an hour lol
  8. CPL General

    Northern Starting XI has good bi monthly roundups of the what is out there publically as well http://www.northernstartingeleven.com/
  9. CPL General

    Don't shoot the messenger lol
  10. This post has the full details https://www.mlssoccer.com/post/2017/12/08/mls-announces-increase-targeted-allocation-money-2018-and-2019
  11. Whitecaps Off Season 2017-2018

    Interested in Kamara supposedly http://theprovince.com/sports/soccer/mls/vancouver-whitecaps/mls-rumours-connect-whitecaps-to-veteran-striker-kamara-yet-again
  12. CPL General

    They're just teasing us so that some of the hardcore fans can continue to spend their time complaining about the lack of news and creating even more ill will and alienation that will more assuredly lead to the failure of the league if it ever does launch. Or we don't know
  13. CPL General

    Kurt Larsson of the Toronto Sun sat down with MLS commish Don Garber and he asked him about the CPL. http://torontosun.com/sports/soccer/mls/toronto-fc/exclusive-the-suns-kurt-larson-sits-down-with-commissioner-don-garber-ahead-of-mls-cup Q: Garber on the Canadian Premier League: A: We’re like everyone else, trying to understand what it is. I have a good relationship with (CSA President) Steve Reed and (CSA General Secretary) Peter Montopoli. Both of them will be at the game. I know that Victor Montagliani, when he was president, wanted to have more professional opportunities for young Canadian players. It’s still developing. Our clubs are interested in understanding how this might impact their second teams, which are very important for the development of their clubs and their player programs. We will get closer and closer with the CSA and look forward to seeing how it all unfolds.
  14. CPL new teams speculation

    The reporter wrote a follow up column on the St John's ownership group article http://www.thetelegram.com/sports/a-brand-new-hockey-game-at-mile-one-in-st-johns-168510/ Mostly dealing with the hockey aspect but it did have this that indicates it may not be so serious CPL wise John Graham, the Toronto-based promoter who had negotiated the deal to bring a pro basketball team to St. John’s and who was front and centre Thursday morning, did say the Edge ownership group — which also includes Glace Bay, N.S., native and health-food magnate Irwin Simon — was considering the possibility of someday adding a pro soccer or football team to their stable as part of a “commitment to year-round entertainment, for St. John’s.” But those plans could be labelled nebulous or, at best, very long-range, since construction of new facilities would likely be required in either instance. In fact, in prefacing his remarks on the same, Graham said the ownership group had simply requested a survey as to whether locals would prefer soccer — where he specifically mentioned the Canadian Premier League, due to start up next year — or football, where the focus on a league was a little more hazy.
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