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drewsome

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  1. Any truth to the rumour that Adrian Serioux may make the Canadian Squad for Guatemala?
  2. Jay, Heraldry rules state that no flag flies to the right of your own. thus the Maple Leaf should not have been Centre. But yes Oh Canada should have been last - apparently the tape could not play at the right time. Cheers!
  3. CP24! Good stuff! Media highlights - Anyone going to put them into net format?
  4. Yes 2100 is less than last year's average attendance but the numbers don't lie either. They are the only team in the A-League last year that can boast a double digit attendance INCREASE (by percentage). True there was no John Gallagher today...LOL But let's see what shows up in the paper tomorrow.
  5. Thanks for the update! I was going on the most recent news I had heard about 3 weeks ago. Cheers!
  6. Hi Marc! Open Practise starts at 10 am Under the flags @ Downsview Park. Check out the TLSC website for details. www.geocities.com/lynxfans See you there! ~Drew
  7. Ottawa - Definitely an issue of stable ownership - to get tossed from the CPSL (or walk away from them) and hold your players for a summer when you don't have a league to play in, leaves any prospective league with reservations about letting you in. Hamilton - I would love to see them in the A-League. I would think they would have to join after Rochester leaves. Just concerned about saturation. Just my two cents...
  8. Ottawa - Definitely an issue of stable ownership - to get tossed from the CPSL (or walk away from them) and hold your players for a summer when you don't have a league to play in, leaves any prospective league with reservations about letting you in. Hamilton - I would love to see them in the A-League. I would think they would have to join after Rochester leaves. Just concerned about saturation. Just my two cents...
  9. Still not that desirable for the Lynx - Paying for the limited parking around Lamport is also a major deterant.
  10. Duncan Wilde’s Comments: Taken as an Excerpt from a post game email: “Great win, the boys showed a lot of character to win with only 10 men (Lewis red carded and Billy ejected) told you it would be different this year. We still have a lot of work to do before Rochester, but are ready for the Challenge. Igor will be back for that one (exams at McMaster this week). We lost JB Nusum very early in the game (foot) but I’m sure he will be back.”
  11. COME ON ALI, SCORE FOR OUR TEAM THE TORONTO LYNX YOU MEAN EVERYTHING! AND NOW YOU'RE GONNA BELIEVE US AND NOW YOU'RE GONNA BELIEVE US AND NOW YOU'RE GONNA BELIEVE UUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUS! WE'RE GONNA WIN THE LEAGUE! LOL - Good night guys!
  12. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE TORONTO LYNX GAME REPORT presented by Heineken LYNX RUIN ISLANDERS PARTY! Overtime goal pushes Toronto past Puerto Rico Date: Saturday, April 17, 2004 Venue: Juan Ramon Loubriel Stadium, Bayamon, Puerto Rico Attendance: approx. 6,000 Kick off Time: 8:00 PM Final Score: Toronto 1 Puerto Rico 0 (OT) Match Summary: The Toronto Lynx opened the 2004 A-League season on a winning note today, much to the dismay of a crowd of over 6,000 on hand for the Puerto Rico Islanders inaugural home opener. Striker, Ali Gerba, picked up where he left off last season, banging home the game-winner off a scramble in front of the Islanders net, ten minutes into overtime. Gerba was last season's offensive star, counting 5 game-winning goals among his team leading 7 tallies. "The match could have gone either way," said new Lynx head coach Duncan Wilde. "It was hard to see exactly what happened but Ali and their defender both had the ball at the same time and it looked like Ali was just able to get it past. But it was a very close match". The Lynx played a textbook road match, taking the crowd out of the game with tough tackling, solid defending, and a counter-attacking style. Although the Islanders carried much of the play, a Lynx break yielding the best scoring chance of the match when midfielder, Edgar Bartolomeu's drive struck the crossbar. Wilde, who earned his first A-League victory, has done a remarkable job molding a talented roster that returned only 7 players from last season. Lynx newcomers played key roles in the match with new goalkeeper, Bryheem Hancock recording the shutout. "This was a great win for us because now we have two weeks off to prepare for the rest of the season," continued Wilde. "Its great to start the season with a road win and we will build on this for the next match in Rochester." The Lynx return from Puerto Rico on Monday and are back in action on Saturday, May 1st in Rochester. Home town fans will have to wait until Sunday, May 16th for the Lynx home opener when they take on the Rochester Raging Rhinos at Centennial Park Stadium at 4pm. Final Score: Toronto 1 Puerto Rico 0 (OT) The Lynx next match is Saturday, May 1st at 7:35 PM @ the Rochester Raging Rhinos The Lynx home opener is Sunday, May 16th at 4:00 PM versus the Rochester Raging Rhinos -30- FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: DAVID NUTT -- MEDIA RELATIONS, TORONTO LYNX 416-251-4625, extension 30 dnutt@lynxsoccer.com
  13. I fear Field Turf (as much as a purist may protest) will be the way of the future.[xx(]
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