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    Canadians abroad: February 15-21, 2019

    Kind of interesting, both Hainault and Straith are captains of their respective teams today. They are both one of the few non-Germans on the team as well. Both played 90 at CB, Straith in a scoreless draw and Hainault in a 1-0 win.
  2. Guidelines for this thread In this thread post match updates on all Canadians abroad for February 15-21, 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. Some comments on news posted in this thread are okay, but let's not let this thread go off into a long discussion. If the news already appears in another thread (as per the previous bullet) then post your comments in that other thread, otherwise if you want to say something significant or if it is likely to generate replies then begin a new thread. Hutch with a goal.
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    Canadian Dual Nationals

    The only reason I don't think it would be Ferreira or Eustaquio is because what is the point of announcing that in March? What are they going to say? We have this guy that is committed to playing for us, but he is currently injured for the next 6 months so by the time he plays for us you will forget this was a big deal.... Makes no sense to announce an injured one time switch if you want to sell it as a significant "pioneer".
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    2019 Voyageurs Cup

    Has there been any mention of USL league 2 teams joining for future tournaments? I wouldn't mind a preliminary round of League 1, PLSQ, and USL League 2 which currently consists of Thunder Bay Chill, WSA Winnipeg, Calgary Foothills, Victoria Highlanders, and TSS FC Rovers. I'm sure we could find another team to add to make it a nice round 8.
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    CPL Season Schedule

    I personally don't hate the idea. But it will make it even harder to explain to a casual fan how the system works. It's hard enough to get some people into soccer, much less explaining a system that they don't understand. I really don't see any advantage to using it.
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    The Importance of Alphonso Davies

    Keep in mind that Munich play 5 games in the 18 days, so there will likely be a decent amount of squad rotation. I would look at the match against Augsburg a couple days prior to their match against Liverpool as a great opportunity for him to start.
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    Dayne St. Clair

    Still only 2 keepers on Minnesota's roster so good chance he at least makes the bench to start the season.
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    CPL Season Schedule

    Ticket rep from Forge says the schedule will be released within the next 2 weeks.
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    CPL Power Rankings

    Updated with all the new signings. 1) Forge 2) Valour 3) York 4) Pacific 5) Cavalry 6) Halifax 7) Edmonton
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    NEW Mother of all Canucks Abroad (and domestic)

    I believe this sums up all the moves for the week. Fraser Aird (23) loaned from Dundee United to Queen of the South in the Scottish Championship. Rocco Romeo (18) loaned from TFC to HB Koge in the Danish 2nd tier. Liam Millar (19) loaned from Liverpool to Kilmarnock in the Scottish Premiership. Ballou Tabla (19) loaned from Barcelona to Albacete in La Liga 2. Adonijah Reid (19) signs Le Havre Ac in Ligue 2. Will include Zorhan Bassong because he is still eligible for us. (19) transfers to Cercle Bruges of the Belgium 1st tier. That is a lot of young Canadian talent, imagine it will only increase with the CPL starting!! While looking at Le Havre wiki page noticed that they have a 17 year old Canadian goalie playing on their reserve squad. Nikola Curcija, anyone know anything about him?
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    Canadians abroad: January 25-31, 2019

    David came on in the second half of the second leg in the Belgian Cup semi-final. They were down 2-0 and ended up winning on penalties. He took the fifth shot with a chance to put his team through. Unfortunately, he missed but they ended up winning. They will play a second tier team in the finals.
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    CPL General

    Why are people upset about this announcement? This is major for the league. The league needs big sponsors like this to survive. For comparison the Toronto Wolfpack don't exist without Air Transat paying for accommodations and travel costs for visiting teams.
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    Forge FC (Hamilton) launch/2019 offseason thread

    Announced Awuah this morning as expected. http://forgefc.canpl.ca/article/forge-fc-signs-canadian-defender-kuame-awuah
  14. I dont think our top prospects have changed much in the past year and a half, but they have gone from prospects to almost sure things. 1) Davies 2) David 3) Tabla 4) Millar And then the group of top prospects would include Busti, Colyn, Kinumbe, Legeault, Okello, Bair
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    TFC 2018-2019 Off-season

    https://www.mlssoccer.com/post/2019/01/26/report-terrence-boyd-join-mls-toronto-fc https://www.wakingthered.com/2019/1/24/18195639/could-julian-green-be-toronto-fc-allocation-target-tfc-mls-transfer-rumours Just rumours and speculation, but annoyed that there are no Canadians being linked to Toronto just American internationals.