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  1. Dub Narcotic

    General - CONCACAF Nations League

    It would be an interesting mini-documentary to follow Emery Welshman around these games. Be fun to see this corner of world soccer.
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    The Importance of Alphonso Davies

    Hopefully one in which the old players are being removed and there will be lots of playing time open.
  3. The Besiktas fans on reddit have already turned against him. The sample size seems impossibly small to me but it's a relatively big club and he has no pedigree.
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    Forge FC (Hamilton) launch/2019 offseason thread

    Hamilton is a major city in the Canadian context. Basically tied with Quebec City and Winnipeg in pure CMA population and not counting the rest of the GTA within an hour or two.
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    TFC 2018

    Dealing with oft-injured but good players is the hardest part of squad management in some ways. For Toronto, Vazquez, Moor, Mavinga and Altidore all fit that bill. Moor is an easy cut, he's just too old, and Altidore is unlikely to go anywhere on that salary, plus he's still one of the best strikers in North America when he's on his game. I would give Vazquez and Mavinga one more year but those two have to stay on the pitch to actually be positive contributors. If Vazquez is out-of-contract this year they can probably live with Jansen, Osorio and Chapman in some combination. They need to sign two starting-quality CBs and I would take a run at David Ousted to give Bono competition. I would also think about selling high on Morrow, he's 30 and the injuries are starting to take a toll. CM is fine with Bradley, Fraser, Osorio, Delgado and Chapman. For me, the most difficult decision for Toronto is that number 9 position. Altidore is hurt too much but Hamilton and Ricketts didn't take their chances this year as starters. Do you sign another striker DP and tie up half of your payroll in one position? Do you hope Hamilton gets better (I don't really see it)? Out: Moor Zavaleta Irvin Maybe Out: Vazquez Hamilton Ricketts Morrow Domestic Targets In: Endoh (a real talisman for the treble team) Ousted (TAM player but TFC can afford him) Jackson-Hamel (a better version of Hamilton and just hitting his peak years) One domestic CB Raheem Edwards if Morrow goes (Chicago should be ripe for pillaging this year)
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    about those open tryouts......

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    Looking for Voyageurs IT nerd - Small Project

    I may be able to help but I'm out of the country right away and won't be back until early October. I'll try and remember to check back when I get back into town.
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    Got it this year for the ECL. Stream was mediocre throughout on my Apple TV app, and I lost it entirely after a while. The built-in WebOS app worked consistently but the picture quality was still below what I see on the TSN/Sportsnet apps on my Apple TV. Meh.
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    The Importance of Alphonso Davies

    Thought he was moving too slowly tonight. Often would stand with the ball at his feet for long stretches in the attacking area even when he had a favourable situation. Teams are focusing on him now as well.
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    Malik Johnson

    Use this:
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    TFC 2 2018 season

    USL D3 is filling out nicely: Penn FC is dropping down and FC Dallas 2 will be starting up next year. This will be an excellent level for TFC2.
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    CPL General

    Of interest:
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    Raheem Edwards

    Winner winner, chicken dinner!
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    Anthony Jackson-Hamel

    Argh, again, he would be perfect on the Whitecaps as a Blondell replacement. Send the Impact a first round pick and some TAM. How hard can this be?
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    HFX Wanderers launch/2019 offseason thread

    Foreign Workers and Healthcare Eligibility A foreign worker in Canada who has a valid Work Permit will be eligible to receive provincial healthcare coverage from the province they are working in. Eligibility is determined by the length of time they have been working in Canada along with their province of employment. In most provinces a worker will be eligible for that province’s healthcare program after working in the province anywhere from 6 months to a year. This is a generalization, though. In some cases, healthcare coverage is available as soon as the job commences.Family members that are listed on the Work Permit should also be able to qualify for healthcare coverage.See the "Provincial Healthcare Plans and Foreign Worker Eligibility" section at the bottom of this article for more province-specific healthcare details.