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  1. Okay I've gotta go with Best: Forge FC Worst: Halifax
  2. I was fully expecting Mathieu Choiniere to be the breakout young player for Montreal this year, but Bayiha has been a pleasant surprise on a team with some pretty good wingers.
  3. Just hearing St. Catharines even as a slim possibility gets me giddy
  4. Gonna make a bold prediction that Moses Danto signs somewhere and wins the golden boot
  5. Idk if this was mentioned, but that mysterious Junior Kingue actually did trial with York9, as shown in his Instagram post on March 12th He is supposedly participating at the FTF Combine today/tomorrow, so I'd assume the trial was unsuccessful. Also found this twitter account which is surely a Junior Kingue burner account trying to boost his stock, adds to his resume as a fraud.
  6. can't say that I'm all that optimistic after the last few RB projects in Aird/Petrasso
  7. Any other standouts? interested in the midfielders specifically, seems very cluttered with depth down the middle.
  8. I'm sure it was already assumed, but we do see Ledgerwood wearing the captains armband in those pictures.
  9. We're very soon to forget that David Edgar was easily our first choice CB before his long term injury, and surely we don't want Doneil Henry to be the most veteran CB in the squad. It seems to me like they at least value Edgar's leadership and experience with the NT. As for ZBG being questionable, he's looked good in the few times that we've seen him in the senior team. He's been in good developmental environments in Lyon and got some minutes already in the MLS, surely Cordova wouldn't be much of an upgrade if any. Teibert has been a complete spark plug for us the last few times he's come on, plus with it being in Vancouver.
  10. I suspect Herdman calls in at least one veteran CB. He seems to love Edgar but I can't see it happening since he has such a short time to establish himself and potentially earn his next contract at Hartlepool. I'd guess that maybe Jakovic gets called and Miller stays at home. Miller deserves his shot, but I don't know if it'll come so soon after his breakout. Otherwise, maybe he just brings in a veteran Fullback to lead the back line. De Jong would make sense if he's still in BC and not in the Dominican for training camp at that time. Only other change I'd suspect is Liam Millar in the squad, likely instead of Wotherspoon. And for the GKs, I'd love to see Ranjitsingh but I doubt it happens due to the T&T stuff, plus it seems like Orlando isn't too confident in him yet. It would be nice to have the 3rd keeper as a young guy like Busti or St. Clair. Thomas starts his season in Norway the week after so I figured that he'd want to be in training camp with his team. I would guess that they just keep it simple and call in Sean Melvin for the 3rd spot since he'll already be in Vancouver.
  11. Definitely a position where we could use some depth. Forgot that he hadn't been signed after the draft.
  12. While Valour doesn't have any Canadian caps, Galvis was called into the 28 man - national team camp for the Curacao friendly in 2017 but ultimately did not make the game roster.
  13. The most interesting trialist name for me would have to be Mansoor Afzaly. Only 21, experience with the national U23 team and a regular starter with Sigma. You have to be pretty decent for the National Program to call in someone not from Europe or an MLS system. The midfield depth at Forge obviously works against him, have to figure he'd be a decent shout elsewhere in the CanPL.
  14. I think I more so meant the hesitation from Canadian players. Although I can admit that Choiniere's agent probably had more to do with his decision
  15. I've been kind of thinking about the potential Laval CPL team possibly coming in year 2, and thinking that it would make sense for the likes of LBG to hold out on any long-term commitments. obviously a French contingent would be expected and I can think of a few guys who it would make a lot of sense for next year. In addition to LBG having no contract: Wandrille Lefevre is with AS Blainville this season because he has gotten his CPA and become an accountant in Quebec. He might not want to move anywhere, but a Canadian CPL team might be of interest to him. If Ottawa continues this implosion, it may leave Maxim Tissot and Jeremy Gagnon-Lapare looking for new clubs, and they've spent a good amount of time in Montreal already. Karl Ouimette has been bouncing around USL so long on one year contracts, Quebec might be able to provide him more stability. If the league quality is any good and Remi Garde continues to use Jackson-Hamel so sparsely, there might be an off chance of him coming to the CPL. Regardless I'd expect him to be moving on from the Impact after this year. The stability of the league, the professional image and a decent product on the pitch/on game day could really turn a second year franchise like Laval into a real success out of the gates.
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