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Canada vs Brazil Sunday Sept 2nd in Ottawa

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Details:

http://canadasoccer.com/canada-s-women-s-national-team-to-play-brazil-2-september-in-ottawa-p161651

 

As the CSA release and  @socceronly has mentioned, we will once again have section W. Tickets will be $23. If you are on facebook, confirm you are coming here:

http://www.facebook.com/events/1908427535874142/

 

 

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Since this has been posted yet, the Canadian Roster for the game vs. Brazil.  A lot of youth players included.  Seems to fall in line with some of the disussions around the line-up for the Men in the Nation;s League as far as a mix of youth and veterans.
 
 

GK – Stephanie Labbe, age 31, from Stony Plain, AB/ Lejonflocken Linköping (Damallsvenskan)

GK – Erin McLeod, age 35, from St. Albert, AB/ USV Jena (Frauen-Bundesliga)

GK - Sabrina D’Angelo, age 25, from Welland, ON/ NC Courage (NWSL)

FB - Lindsay Agnew, age 23, from Kingston, ON/ Houston Dash (NWSL)

FB - Allysha Chapman, age 29, from Courtice, ON/ Houston Dash (NWSL)

FB – Ashley Lawrence, age 23, from Caledon, ON/Paris Saint Germain (Division 1 Féminine France)

FB – Jayde Riviere, age 17, from Markham, ON/ Vancouver Whitecaps FC Girls Elite/ Canada Soccer Regional EXCEL Super Centre (British Columbia)

CB - Maya Antoine, age 17, from Vaughan, ON/ Vancouver Whitecaps FC Girls Elite/ Canada Soccer Regional EXCEL Super Centre (British Columbia)

CB – Shannon Woeller, age 28, from Vancouver, BC/ Eskilstuna United DFF (Damallsvenskan)

CB - Kadeisha Buchanan, age 22, from Brampton, ON/ Olympique Lyonnais (Division 1 Féminine France)

CB – Shelina Zadorsky, age 25, from London, ON/ Orlando Pride (NWSL)

M/CB –  Rebecca Quinn, age 23, from Toronto, ON/ Washington Spirit (NWSL)

M - Jessie Fleming, age 20, from London, ON/UCLA (NCAA)

M – Julia Grosso, age 17, from Vancouver, BC / Vancouver Whitecaps FC Girls Elite/ Canada Soccer Regional EXCEL Super Centre (British Columbia)

M –  Diana Matheson, age 34, from Oakville, ON/Utah Royals FC (NWSL)

M- Sophie Schmidt, age 30, from Abbotsford, BC/ Unattached

M- Desiree Scott, age 31, from Winnipeg, MB/ Utah Royals FC (NWSL)

F- Jordyn Huitema, age 17, from Chilliwack, BC/ Vancouver Whitecaps FC Girls Elite/ Canada Soccer Regional EXCEL Super Centre (British Columbia)

F – Adriana Leon, age 25, from King City, ON/ Seattle Reign FC (NWSL)

F – Nichelle Prince, age 23, from Ajax, ON/ Houston Dash (NWSL)

F – Deanne Rose, age 19, from Alliston, ON/ University of Florida Gators (NCAA)

F – Christine Sinclair ( C ), age 35, from Burnaby, BC/ Portland Thorns (NWSL)

F - Janine Beckie, age 24, from Highlands Ranch, CO/ Manchester City (FA Women's Super League)

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[  1  ]  Marta ruled out of Brazil's line up for  Sunday's match as well as the closed door match on Tuesday.  She picked up an injury  last Thursday while training with the Orlando Pride. 

https://globoesporte.globo.com/blogs/dona-do-campinho/post/2018/08/31/marta-e-cortada-dos-amistosos-do-brasil-diante-do-canada.ghtml

[  2  ] Brazil's roster named for the friendlies with Canada: 

Goleiras

Bárbara - Kindermann

Aline - Tenerife (Espanha)

Defensoras

Mônica - Orlando Pride (EUA)

Bruna Benites - Meizhou Huijun (China)

Rafaelle - Changchun Volkswagen (China)

Tayla - Santos

Rilany - Atlético de Madrid (Espanha)

Letícia - Sportsclub Sand (Alemanha)

Fabiana - Wuhuan Chedu (China)

Meio-campistas

Andressinha - Portland Thorns (EUA)

Camila - Orlando Pride (EUA)

Andressa Alves - FC Barcelona (Espanha)

Thaisa - Milan (Itália)

Atacantes

Beatriz Zaneratto - Incheon Hyundai (Coreia do Sul)

Cristiane -Changchun Volkswagen (China)

Debinha - North Carolina Courage (EUA)

Thais Duarte - Incheon Hyundai (Coreia do Sul)

Raquel - Ferroviária

Adriana - Corinthians

Darlene - Benfica (Portugal)

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9 hours ago, tc-in-bc said:

[  1  ]  Marta ruled out of Brazil's line up for  Sunday's match as well as the closed door match on Tuesday.  She picked up an injury  last Thursday while training with the Orlando Pride.

What closed door match? Can't find any word on this from the CSA.

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^^ Equalizer Soccer said it last week : closed-door match  in the same venue two days later:

https://equalizersoccer.com/2018/08/24/friday-roundup-vadao-names-22-player-roster-for-brazil-friendlies-against-canada/

QUOTE:  Vadão named 22 players to Brazil’s roster ahead of two friendly matches against Canada set to take place on September 2 and September 4. Players are due at camp on August 31. The first match will take place on September 2 at TD Place Stadium in Ottawa. The second, taking place two days later, will be at the same venue, but it will be a closed-door match.

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10 hours ago, tc-in-bc said:

^^ Equalizer Soccer said it last week : closed-door match  in the same venue two days later:

https://equalizersoccer.com/2018/08/24/friday-roundup-vadao-names-22-player-roster-for-brazil-friendlies-against-canada/

QUOTE:  Vadão named 22 players to Brazil’s roster ahead of two friendly matches against Canada set to take place on September 2 and September 4. Players are due at camp on August 31. The first match will take place on September 2 at TD Place Stadium in Ottawa. The second, taking place two days later, will be at the same venue, but it will be a closed-door match.

If we can find the time of the second game, people can actually go and watch from the hill beside the stadium! 😉

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^ I think the time for the closed-door match is  6:00 pm ET, September 4, 2018 .  The Brazillian federation website  has both Canadian fixtures with start times listed ( I  presume in Brazilian time )  on their ticker tape  at  the top of the webpage. I think Brazil's time is currently one hour ahead of ET. 

https://www.cbf.com.br/selecao-brasileira/noticias/selecao-feminina/cbf-tv-transmite-ao-vivo-brasil-x-canada

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On ‎9‎/‎1‎/‎2018 at 11:10 AM, tc-in-bc said:

^ I think the time for the closed-door match is  6:00 pm ET, September 4, 2018 .  The Brazillian federation website  has both Canadian fixtures with start times listed ( I  presume in Brazilian time )  on their ticker tape  at  the top of the webpage. I think Brazil's time is currently one hour ahead of ET. 

https://www.cbf.com.br/selecao-brasileira/noticias/selecao-feminina/cbf-tv-transmite-ao-vivo-brasil-x-canada

Did they modify their website? I can't seem to find that info. I assume this game is not a full "A" international match that will count towards FIFA rankings?

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^[  1  ] You're right , both Canadian fixtures are no longer on the scrolling ticker tape on the cbf  website.

[ 2 ] But  this  current Brazilian  article ( Sept 3, 2018 ) still  confirms the time and place for the closed door match:

QUOTE A Seleção Feminina volta a campo na próxima terça-feira (4), às 19h (de Brasília), para o segundo amistoso contra o Canadá. O reencontro será realizado novamente no Estádio TD Place. Na primeira partida, as canadenses venceram por 1 a 0.

GOOGLE TRANSLATE:  The Women's National Team returns to the field next Tuesday (4), at 19h (Brasília), for the second friendly against Canada. The reunion will be held again at the TD Place Stadium. In the first match, the Canadians won 1-0

https://www.cbf.com.br/selecao-brasileira/noticias/selecao-feminina/selecao-feminina-encara-a-inglaterra-no-dia-6-de-outubro

[ 3 ] I didn't come across  anything about what tier level  the closed-door match will be. So I can't say. 

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Closed door friendly lineup: 22, 9, 13, 19, 1, 3, 4, 7, 2, 15, 5.

Edit: First half done. Got here late. Didn't see any subs or goals

2nd half: Beckie in, Scott in Lawrence in? D'Angelo in. Buchanan out. Leon out. Labbé out. Matheson and Sinclair still warming up

Matheson in for Grosso and Sinclair in

Late sub Jayde Riviere in for Huitema?

Brazilian bench and coach protesting calls against them like it's a Gold Medal game.

Very nice late save D'Angelo.

Late Brazil goal. 😣

Game over. We lost.

Antoine and Rose didn't play. Did some drills at the end.

 

Edited by Olympique_de_Marseille

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1 hour ago, Olympique_de_Marseille said:

Closed door friendly lineup: 22, 9, 13, 19, 1, 3, 4, 7, 2, 15, 5.

Edit: First half done. Got here late. Didn't see any subs or goals

2nd half: Beckie in, Scott in Lawrence in? D'Angelo in. Buchanan out. Leon out. Labbé out. Matheson and Sinclair still warming up

Matheson in for Grosso and Sinclair in

Late sub Jayde Riviere in for Huitema?

Brazilian bench and coach protesting calls against them like it's a Gold Medal game.

Very nice late save D'Angelo.

Late Brazil goal. 😣

Game over. We lost.

Antoine and Rose didn't play. Did some drills at the end.

 

Here is what I think today's lineup would have looked like based on the info provided by @Olympique_de_Marseille:

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Maybe I am missing something here, but where was Fleming? Also I have to say thanks to OM for getting out there and enlightening us!

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25 minutes ago, Jith12 said:

Here is what I think today's lineup would have looked like based on the info provided by @Olympique_de_Marseille:

1160008481_lineup(1).png.e584250a37c18faf9eca5d6d8da490d8.png

Maybe I am missing something here, but where was Fleming? Also I have to say thanks to OM for getting out there and enlightening us!

Fleming was injured. 

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[ 1  ]   You can see the incident around the 41:20 minute  mark  of the UCLA vs Penn State  match: 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T3pg8gBbzlE

   UCLA was  in the attacking third, Sanchez puts in a cross from the right which deflects and goes to the left. Fleming and a Penn State defender are in a foot race to get to the ball. The defender gets there first a boots it forward but Fleming blocks it  at point-blank range and then goes down in a heap.   Fleming then gets up hobbling   and continues  playing  for another couple of minutes --  then takes herself out of the match.  

[  2  ]  On the  formation:  I think Scott would be in the midfield.  

 

Edited by tc-in-bc

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15 hours ago, Jith12 said:

Here is what I think today's lineup would have looked like based on the info provided by @Olympique_de_Marseille:

1160008481_lineup(1).png.e584250a37c18faf9eca5d6d8da490d8.pngMaybe I am missing something here, but where was Fleming? Also I have to say thanks to OM for getting out there and enlightening us!

That formation is not quite right...Buchanan was CB right hand side and Scott was her usual defensive mid...sorry missed some of the outgoing subs! I was enjoying the game.

Edit: I think it was Prince who made way for Sinclair?

...and Agnew made way for Lawrence at HT?

and obv McLeoad didn't play

Edited by Olympique_de_Marseille

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^ No mention of Shannon Woeller also.  And did Canada use Jayde Riviere up top ? She's listed as a fullback and she's played fullback for Canada at youth levels.

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From the highlights, looked like a 4-3-3 for the closed-door match.

Labbe

Agnew-Buchanan-Zadorsky-Chapman

Schmidt-Quinn-Grosso

Prince-Huitema-Leon

This could've been a 3-5-2 with Quinn dropping in between Buchanan and Zadorsky, but looking at the highlights, it looked like Quinn was slightly ahead of the CBs, although it is hard to tell.

Looks like they ended the game with this, same formation:

D'Angelo

Agnew-Zadorsky-Quinn-Lawrence

Schmidt-Scott-Matheson

Riviere-Sinclair-Beckie

 

Good to see some of the young players getting in some game time.

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There was a video on Facebook from a guy's window overlooking the ground and certainly in the second half Canada seemed to have the bulk of the attack. Impossible to identify players, let alone pass out praise or blame.

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