Robert Posted April 27, 2005 Share Posted April 27, 2005 So many on this board exemplify the status quo of Canadian soccer. It is farcical how the Canadian soccer community refuses to work together. Everyone one thinks that their little product is better than the next guy's. When one struggles, someone from another camp has to put in a cheap and meaningless dig, as if to say, "See, we're better." Now that really promotes Canadian soccer, doesn't it? Yet no one has shown that they can take Canadian soccer to the next level. And people on this board wonder why Canadian soccer gets no respect from outside of our own small communities. Until our soccer leaders are willing to work together and share the limelight, soccer loving Canadians will continue to have to make do with the limitations of the small time operators who are unwilling to work together and who thus are incapable of making soccer a big time and marketable product like other professional sports. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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