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  • It looked grim, really grim, you will recall. At this point last year with six games under their belt, Ottawa Fury had notched up four defeats and achieved only two draws. The team had just two points to show for 540 minutes or more of football, having conceded 14 goals, five of them in one game alone.

    This time around it looks nowhere near so ghastly, mercifully so. The extended pre-season spent in sun-splashed Florida evidently did the squad a world of good, as there is reason to believe that the Ottawa Fury may well have a half-decent season this year.

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    I sure hope they have a decent season. 

    The supporters are great and deserve a good team. 

    Just watching those first two CanPL games....boy do I wish they were in this.   It's just so much fun to watch. 

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    4 minutes ago, admin said:

    I sure hope they have a decent season. 

    The supporters are great and deserve a good team. 

    Just watching those first two CanPL games....boy do I wish they were in this.   It's just so much fun to watch. 

    Me too. Fury would have been great to have in the league.

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    I think I will head to Ottawa for the game on the 12th of May. 

    It's so so  so good to see players called up from PLSQ and League One to all these teams.

    Hopefully this Protais Mutambala does well.  He has an awesome name. 

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    4 hours ago, admin said:

    I think I will head to Ottawa for the game on the 12th of May. 

    It's so so  so good to see players called up from PLSQ and League One to all these teams.

    Hopefully this Protais Mutambala does well.  He has an awesome name. 

    I can't comment on his abilities as I only saw a little bit of the game but in person, he looks tiny.  Maybe not John Herdman tiny, but pretty close. 

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    4 minutes ago, JamboAl said:

    I can't comment on his abilities as I only saw a little bit of the game but in person, he looks tiny.  Maybe not John Herdman tiny, but pretty close. 

    Will you be around that weekend? (the 12th)

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