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Canadians abroad: January 11-17, 2019

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  • In this thread post match updates on all Canadians abroad for January 11-17, 2019.
  • If you find updates posted in some other thread then post them here as well, but be sure to credit the original poster.
  • If there is news that is particularly significant (eg. someone scores a big goal, someone gets injured, etc.) then feel free to begin a new thread on that topic in order to draw greater attention or start a discussion, but also post that news here.
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England

Hoilett starts against Huddersfield. 90 in a 0-0 draw, yellow carded as well. 

Scotland

Harry Paton is on the Ross County bench for match with Queen of the South. Last 14 in a 4-0 loss

Zanatta starts against Morton. Zanatta provides a through ball to win a PK. 2-1 come from behind win. 

Trafford starts on the ICTFC bench against Ayr. Played the last 5 in a 1-0 win. 

Edited by jordan

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3 hours ago, jordan said:

Harry Paton is on the Ross County bench for match with Queen of the South. Last 14 in a 4-0 loss

Paton goes from the #last in League One to the league-leaders in the Championship, to go down with four goals. 

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Denmark

Luke Singh started for Brondby at Centerback in a 8-0 friendly win. (On trial, was last at TFC 3)

France

Bassong played the second half and received a late red, Brym played the last 14 in a 4-0 win over Marcq-en-Baroeul in a friendly

http://allezlille.fr/index.php/fr/pros/89-national2/1523-amical-n2-losc-n2-marcq-en-baroeul-n3-4-0-une-belle-remise-en-jambes

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6 hours ago, Keegan said:

I'm not sure that's even an own goal.. should that not be his?  Deflected off him and 2 defenders failed to clear it from going in.. it's not like anyone changes the direction.

As far as I can tell, the defender kicked it in off the post.

BTW, did anyone else hear the Benny Hill theme song in their head when watching that goal?

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14 hours ago, jordan said:

France

Bassong played the second half and received a late red, Brym played the last 14 in a 4-0 win over Marcq-en-Baroeul in a friendly

http://allezlille.fr/index.php/fr/pros/89-national2/1523-amical-n2-losc-n2-marcq-en-baroeul-n3-4-0-une-belle-remise-en-jambes

Zach BG played 90 minutes in a 0-0 draw at Monaco 2. 

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8 hours ago, Kadenge said:

In FA Cup action  Tomori played 120 mins as Derby defeated Southampton on penalties.

All the MotD commentators (Shearer, Murphy, and Jenas) were raving about Tomori's performance last night. I thought he did okay, but was roasted for both of Southampton's goals. First one, he moved out into midfield, nearly to the sideline, and got nutmegged. He then jogged slowly back to his position while a scramble in the six-yard box ensued, leading to the goal. On the second one, he pushed the defensive line up high but failed to clock onto striker running through. He almost made up the yards with a decent burst of pace, but couldn't prevent the shot going in. He did make a lot of blocks and clearances, though.

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8 hours ago, SthMelbRed said:

All the MotD commentators (Shearer, Murphy, and Jenas) were raving about Tomori's performance last night. I thought he did okay, but was roasted for both of Southampton's goals. First one, he moved out into midfield, nearly to the sideline, and got nutmegged. He then jogged slowly back to his position while a scramble in the six-yard box ensued, leading to the goal. On the second one, he pushed the defensive line up high but failed to clock onto striker running through. He almost made up the yards with a decent burst of pace, but couldn't prevent the shot going in. He did make a lot of blocks and clearances, though.

Potentially good news for Canada.  Wishing him success but hoping his standards aren't at the England National team level.  Until after we can bring him back!

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