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  1. Yeah, it's difficult, but you just got to do what you can. I will check out OneSoccer, I would rather contribute to help the league in some shape or form then use illegal streams anyhow. I really like most of the kits, except the Hamilton away kit, I think the grey and orange just reminds me too much of the odd Chelsea away shirt from the 90s.
  2. I went for the home shirt, it was a close one! Hope I get it in time for the kick off match, but I'm not sure about that. I may have to find an illegal stream to watch it here though :/. I was dabbling with the idea to come out to Hamilton for it, but my dad has been in hospital for the last couple weeks, and struggling with dementia. So it may not be until the a couple of seasons or so until I make the trip.
  3. Just bought my York9 shirt! Can't wait to rep it here in England!
  4. That away kit though.... yikes. An interesting look, but just doesn't work for me. To be honest though, pretty much all the kits look great!
  5. I love that they use a photo of him impeding the attacking player by yanking on his shirt. I adore Junior Kingue, he's an Ali Dia for the Instagram generation (except unlike Dia, he won't be turning out for an actual EPL club ๐Ÿ˜). So glad no CanPL side took a chance with this Walter.
  6. Oh god, he seems a proper Walter Mitty, I suspect all that stuff about Tottenham and other big clubs looking at him were all just stuff released by him and his agent. I seriously doubt his talent matches anywhere near his own hype, probably likely why his trials failed at other clubs.
  7. Only had a short spell with the Hamlet, but fans seemed to rate him. He's a strong left back with a lot of pace, the clubs form in the league picked up recently, around the same time he signed for them, but that may be more due to them being allowed back to play at Champion Hill.
  8. StillOnFire

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    Imagine, Tom Ameobi would be counted as domestic, yet a player born and raised in Canada wouldn't be. That would make sense.
  9. StillOnFire

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    ๐Ÿ˜well, ok.... Can you give an example of a league where this happened in before? No? Because it just wouldn't happen
  10. StillOnFire

    CPL General

    I struggle to see how Justin Springer could be counted as non-domestic, despite being capped by St Kitts and Nevis, he is born and raised in Canada. I would seriously be interested if anyone could give an example of a top tier league which uses eligibility to play for the national team as criteria for domestic status, rather than the fact they are considered a citizen or what not.
  11. MDJ would really be a coup for the league. Imagine, De Jong and Chung.... Pacific would arguably have the two best left backs in the league. I noticed that Rohan Ricketts was playing in LO1 last season, granted he's 36 now and his best days are way way past him. But considering the level of most signings, could he be worth a punt for a season as a bit-part player somewhere?
  12. Canada have some great young potential, especially when coming forward. While there should be enough coming forward, I can't help but think you're still weak at the back, especially in the centre back positions. It should be enough to defeat French Guiana, but against the bigger sides it will show. James hasn't played enough at a good level, Cornelius is young and has potential, but unfulfilled yet. Henry is. Just too injury prone and Edgar has been falling quite a bit in recent seasons. At the very least the full back positions seem solid enough.
  13. Rodgers and Wright-Philips both had fine records in the pro game in England before signing. It's hard to compare them with Brown. Although, as you said, we shouldn't write Brown off! Hasn't even kicked a ball in Canada yet!
  14. I don't disagree that he seems a perfectly fine signing, in comparison to the signings coming in. It's just a bit of a letdown after the comments. I'm personally more enthused by say a Awuah, Ledgerwood or Haber. As someone who watches quite a bit of semi-pro football in the UK I have seen plenty of former England youth internationals playing in the 6th, 7th and 8th tiers of the game. Maybe it's just a cultural thing. I was just kinda expecting someone with a bit more English professional league experience.
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