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How many WYC 2007 Games in each city?


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quote:Originally posted by puskas

Why are they selling the tickets on July 15 when qualifying is not yet over and the schedule is not clear?

Because the qualifying doesn't end in some regions until early next year.

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quote:Originally posted by Kurosawa

But we still don't know if the Montreal games will be played at Claude Robillard or at Molson Stadium at Mcgill Unniversity...

Hopefully they can put some grass in Molson Stadium for the time during the cup. That is would be a great stadium to watch the games.

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quote:Originally posted by Breakwood

Hopefully they can put some grass in Molson Stadium for the time during the cup. That is would be a great stadium to watch the games.

I'd prefer the organisation putting a little bit of bacon on Claude Robillard Stadium, at least it is used for soccer on a regular basis. That is not the case of Molson Stadium. Playing there would add nothing for the soccer community in Montreal.

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quote:Originally posted by Kurosawa

I'd prefer the organisation putting a little bit of bacon on Claude Robillard Stadium, at least it is used for soccer on a regular basis. That is not the case of Molson Stadium. Playing there would add nothing for the soccer community in Montreal.

Aren't they leaving CCR though? Or is there going to be a CCR revival (couldn't resist that).

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quote:Originally posted by Breakwood

Hopefully they can put some grass in Molson Stadium for the time during the cup. That is would be a great stadium to watch the games.

400,000 dollars worth of new Fieldturf™ will do the trick. or maybe that gets spent for upgrading the Big O. With the Saputo Park move east, could be. And once the U-20 is over- move the turf 2000 yards and there is your surface for the Impact.

And before the detractors come out- it is home to the largest gate in Canadian soccer history- 72,000 and it may be a lousy baseball stadium, but as a former Manic fan, a great place to soccer game. The sightlines are great and when even half full-- a very loud venue.

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