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  1. Quinn and Fleming make the top XI: CONCACAF Women's Championship Awards Golden Ball: Julie Ertz (USA) Golden Boot: Alex Morgan (USA) Golden Glove: Yenith Bailey (Panama) Young Player: Jody Brown (Jamaica) Fair Play: USA Best XI: Bailey (PAN), Rebecca Quinn (CAN), Kelley O'Hara (USA), Abby Dahlkemper (USA), Crystal Dunn (USA), Jessie Fleming (CAN), Lindsey Horan (USA), Ertz (USA), Tobin Heath (USA), Megan Rapinoe (USA) and Morgan (USA)
  2. You wouldn't even need VAR to see that she was offside on that last goal. Hard to believe that there is even discussion about VAR for the WC next year and how FIFA want "to grow the game"
  3. IMO, Quinn really knows the middle of the field best and Lawrence has looked great on the outside. I really like Lawrence making the runs and overlaps, not sure if she can / permission to do that against the US.
  4. I guess Quinn then as the holding mid?
  5. OK here are my starting 11: Sinclair, Beckie, Prince Fleming, Grosso, Schmidt Quinn, Lawrence, Chapman, Buchanan Labbe Harder to do pick than I thought. I think Zadorsky has played almost every minute so far, Matheson always deliver clutch performances, and Leon has looked very good. It will be interesting to see what somebody who actually knows something about soccer chooses edit to add Labbe to make it 11 players
  6. It will be interesting to see what the Canada starting line up will be considering they've already punched their World Cup ticket. I have to think he plays his best 11 and try for the win, or do you give the youngsters some more playing time to get experience?
  7. TSN is covering Canada vs Dominica on Tuesday........
  8. Interesting, i thought this was Fleming's best game of the tournament. Sure she held onto the ball a little long a couple of times, but competed really hard off the ball and made some great passes. Buchanan often gets mentioned as one of the best players in the world, to answer your question, although I find her a bit infuriating at times.
  9. From the Canada Soccer website: How to watch Canada’s group stage In Canada, the Concacaf Women’s Championship will be broadcast by Concacaf on ConcacafGO.com. Direct links to Canada’s games are as follows: Friday, October 5, 2018 at 20:30 ET (17:30 PT): Canada Soccer Women’s National Team v Jamaica Monday, October 8, 2018 at 20:30 ET (17:30 PT): Canada Soccer Women’s National Team v Cuba Thursday, October 11, 2018 at 22:00 ET (19:00 PT): Canada Soccer Women’s National Team v Costa Rica In addition, exclusive behind-the scenes content and post-match commentary is available on Canada Soccer’s digital channels including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube.
  10. I wonder if the new sports streaming service 'DAZN' will show any? They carried the UCLA vs Stanford women's game last week and showed all the women's FIBA games. Nothing on their schedule now though, but not too sure how far in advance they list things.
  11. I thought maybe this deserved a thread of it's own. Sandra Prusina mentions something about a new project coming to Sportsnet about the CWNT. Anybody have any more info or ideas about what it could be? https://twitter.com/sprusina/status/1034469412412112896 Sorry, link to wrong tweet. Here is the correct one I think:
  12. BreadBoy

    Canada vs Brazil Sunday Sept 2nd in Ottawa

    She also drops this line: Look for a new #CanWNT project on Sportsnet soon. Interesting
  13. Do you know what the tournament format is? I looked at the Concacaf website and couldn't find it anywhere. I would hazard to guess coming in 2nd place in one of the Group 1 divisions would qualify you for playoffs?
  14. Looks like this could be a good tournament. Not a lot of information out there, anybody know anything? https://www.internationalchampionscup.com/en/women
  15. Brazil, September 2nd
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