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Discussion about the Canadian Women's National Teams and Players, USL W-League, CIS, CCAA, provincial leagues, etc.


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    • Watched the replay again. Man, he broke two tackles, knocking both guys to the turf, and barely seemed fazed. Maybe the football field inspired him. Or, even better, maybe the spirit of 27 year-old Mark Messier got into his blood. Tajon plays with a bit of f.uck you in his bones, don't you think? I love it. Davies plays with pure joy, like he's got Mozart dancing in his blood. (And then there's Johnson, who looks as innocent as a toddler, but who drinks the blood of newborns just for kicks.) Appears that the edible has kicked in. Time to write the great Canadian novel!   
    • I want Baldi to become the line-splitting, Pirlo-esque maestro we all want him to be, but I've not missed a Caps match this year, and I am not seeing the magic yet. There are moments here and there, and he's added some grit to his game, but I am not sure he's got the upside we'd hoped for. Guys like Priso and JMR, I suspect, will leave him in the dust. Not fully sure what is holding him back--he's still young--but I wonder if he's got the physical attributes to become a top notch baller. I'm not giving up on him though.
    • I've been rooting for Baldi but he just hasn't been very good this season. Glimpses of brilliance every match but lots of middling play in between. Don't see it happening. 
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