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Friday, August 27, 2004

Kraemer Announces U-15 Roster For Germany Series

Ottawa, Ontario - Women’s Under-15 Development Team Head Coach Jens Kraemer has selected 23-players for an Under-15 development training camp, and three international games against Germany in Charlottetown, PEI, Moncton, NB, and Halifax, NS from August 29 to September 7, 2004.

Kraemer will look to the experience of Jodi-Anne Robinson (Richmond, British Columbia) to lead the team. Robinson has earned four caps with the Under-19 team and was recently selected to the senior team for a camp in Japan in late July.

Players in this age group are eligible to play for Ian Bridge’s U-19 team in four years.

“This is a tremendous opportunity for these young athletes to play international matches in a Canadian soccer environment,” said Kraemer. “This will be their first test at the next level, and my first opportunity to work with these players as compared to the Germany who have been working together for about a year.”

Kraemer, who left Germany at three years of age, is a graduate of the University of Western Ontario and has been a high school teacher for 17-years.

Kraemer’s passion for soccer began at the age of nine. In 1981, he played with the Ontario provincial team which beat British Columbia in the National Championships final. He has earned three B-team caps with Canada (1988-92) and has played for HSV’s Reserves team in the German Landesliga (1986-87).

Kraemer has been coaching at the National Training Center in Vaughan, Ontario for the past three years.

Karina LeBlanc who has 41 caps and 16 shut-outs with the Canadian Women’s World Cup Team will make her coaching debut as Goalkeeper coach.

Games - Canada U-15 vs Germany U-15

Charlottetown - September 3 - 6:15 p.m.

Moncton - September 5 - 1:00 p.m.

Halifax - September 6 - 4:00 p.m.

Canadian Women’s U-15 Roster vs Germany

Name - Province

Adams Paige - British Columbia

Beckles Vonya - Ontario

Bell Krystal - Ontario

Bouchard Myriam - Quebec

Boudreau Taryne - Alberta

Chapman Allysha Ontario

Decker Michelle - Ontario

Harrison Brittany - Ontario

Hazen Becky - Nova Scotia

Hudon Elisabeth - Saskatchewan

Leroux Sydney - British Columbia

MacLellan Kaitlyn - Ontario

McNulty Erin - Manitoba

Nash Carrie - Manitoba

Panozzo Stephanie - British Columbia

Parsons Claire - Nova Scotia

Pedrizet Johanna - Saskatchewan

Robinson Jodi-Ann - British Columbia

Ruhe-Lischke Adrienne - Ontario

Shimoda Kaylen - Ontario

Smith Latoya - Ontario

Spencer Chelsea - Ontario

Taiji Hana - British Columbia


Jens kraemer - Head coach

Lewis Page - Assistant coach

Karina LeBlanc - Goalkeeper coach

Tanya L. Young - Athletic Therapist

Anne Pellerud - Manager

Even Pellerud - Observer


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I haven't seen the Quebec team play; but just because they won doesn't mean they have the best talented players.

Usually the most organized team with good coaching and defense can beat a team with some individually talented players. Just look at Russia vs US in hockey. Us won last night but if you're going to pick a hockey team, the team would have easily more Russians than Americans.

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