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Canadians abroad: November 21-27, 2008


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[*]In this thread post match updates on all Canadians abroad for November 21-27, 2008.

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England

Premiership

Chelsea 0-0 Newcastle (Edgar)

Edgar stays on the bench

League One

Walsall 0-3 MK Dons (Gerba)

Gerba starts and plays 71 mins. Scores on 59 mins

Yeovil (Bircham, Wagenaar) 1-0 Tranmere

Wagennar starts and plays 90 mins

No Bircham

League Two

Bury 4-0 Gillingham (Jackson)

Jackson off the bench on 60 mins

Barnet 1-3 Macclesfield (Dunfield)

Dunfield starts and plays 90 mins. Picks up a YC on 5 mins

Scotland

Premier

Kilmarnock 1-2 Inverness CT (Hastings)

Hastings starts and plays 90 mins

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German Bundesliga

Schalke 04 3-1 Borussia M

Friend starts and plays 90 mins. Scores on 30 mins

VFL Bochum 2-3 Hertha Berlin

Imhof stays on the bench

I thought I would post this one for a change

Welsh Premier

The New Saints (Toner) 2-1 Bangor City

Toner scores on 78, 80 mins.

England

FA Trophy 3rd Qualifying Round

Worcester City 1 - 3 AFC Wimbledon (Godfrey)

Starts and plays 75 mins. Scores on 5 mins. Picks up a YC on 9 mins

Wingate & Finchley 1-1 Sutton United (McCallum)

McCallum starts and plays 90 mins

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quote:Originally posted by N-A

England

League One

Walsall 0-3 MK Dons (Gerba)

Gerba starts and plays 71 mins. Scores on 59 mins

Yeovil (Bircham, Wagenaar) 1-0 Tranmere

Wagennar starts and plays 90 mins

No Bircham

Good to see Ali scoring again. I expect him to play CCC next year which would be good for us!

http://www.sportinglife.com/football/cc_league1/news/story_get.cgi?STORY_NAME=soccer_league_1_and_2/08/11/22/manual_184349.html

"Walsall had no answer, particularly after losing Stephen Hughes with a head injury in the 26th minute, and Dons increased their lead in the 59th minute with Ali Gerba bravely heading in Johnson's cross."

Also, good to see Josh coming back with a clean sheet after the 5-0 loss earlier this week.

http://www.sportinglife.com/football/nationwide2/news/story_get.cgi?STORY_NAME=soccer_league_1_and_2/08/11/22/manual_183534.html

"Rovers' attempts were few and far between but substitute Chris Greenacre brought a good save from home keeper Josh Wagenaar in the 68th minute."

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Guest Jeffery S.

Klukowski not on the field or bench for Bruges, who win to stay top in Belgium. I wonder if he was sitting out for accumulation of yellows. Bruges leads the league in Belgium.

Hutchinson played 90 and got a card as FCKobenhaven beat AGF 2-1 to move up to 2nd in Denmark, a point back from the lead.

Aguiar played 90 and got a late yellow for Gondomar, who only drew Covilha at home. Too many ties and no wins keeps them in relegation in Portugal 2nd Division, in spite of better results lately.

No Julian de Guzmán, probably still injured, as Depor beat Bilbao and 3-1 and stay 7th in Spain, just behind the heavyweights. Good results lately, goals from the newer signings, and better play means Julian will come back to a very healthy team and will probably need a few weeks to get back to his starting spot.

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quote:Originally posted by BearcatSA

Do they have a Carling Cup tie in the near future?

Spurs are in the Quarters of the Carling Cup. Will be play against Watford on Dec 3. I do not know if Stalteri will feature lets hope so for him.

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Guest Jeffery S.

As posted on the JDG Designated Player thread, Julian is back training today, will probably sit for the UEFA Cup match vs. his brother, and will be back next weekend for the league, if the coach sees fit.

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In Italy

Casale defeats Uccello's ex team Savona by a score of 2-0. Uccello caps not only 70 minutes of the 14th game of the season but also nets his 9th goal.

The team Jumps up to a second position in the standings 5 back of first.

His ninth goal is division leader and 7th over all in all of Serie D.

and the two best strikers combined and known as J&J in all of Serie D with Jacopo Zenga son of Walter Zenga coach of Catina netting his 7 also in the game.

http://www.casalecalcio.it/gallery/gallery/albums/albun71/aaj.jpg

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quote:Originally posted by George

It was his first game all season.

From what I read..."Bam Bam" Tam played well.

Hopefully,he will get some more playing time!

I believe AEK replacing the manager of the club had something to do with his playing time today. It was Dusan Bajevic's first league match since coming on board last week.

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quote:Originally posted by canso

If Ali G and Godfrey form a strike partnership for Canada we'd have an all Dons duo.

That's gotta be a first!

I believe there is still some animosity (although less than before) between the MK Dons club/organization and the AFC Wimbledon supporters; it would be ironic though. And realistically, I can't see it happenning cause I've seen Godfrey on TV and he's a typical hard-working non-league player, but definitely not an international player.

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quote:Originally posted by JamboAl

I believe there is still some animosity (although less than before) between the MK Dons club/organization and the AFC Wimbledon supporters; it would be ironic though. And realistically, I can't see it happenning cause I've seen Godfrey on TV and he's a typical hard-working non-league player, but definitely not an international player.

There is still plenty of animosity between the two clubs and rightly so AFC Wimbledon fans feel hard done by.

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quote:Originally posted by N-A

I don't believe that Stalteri will even be considered for this match unfortunately. As Spurs are cup holders, and will likely be relying on this competition to have any shot at qualifying for Europe they take it more seriously than most EPL sides.

Stalteri was not in the line-up for their last Carling Cup tie vs. Tottenham, don't expect to see him now.

One of my mates is a die-hard Tottenham support and he has suggested that Paul intends to honour his contract at Spurs and enjoys his current living situation in London, and seemingly has no real interest in being sold to any clubs elsewhere.

I guess for Paul he has a solid contract, which he will almost certainly never exceed in his future endeavours. With this failed WCQ campaign, could he be considering retirement? (Paul just turned 31)

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quote:Originally posted by Toronto MB

I guess for Paul he has a solid contract, which he will almost certainly never exceed in his future endeavours. With this failed WCQ campaign, could he be considering retirement? (Paul just turned 31)

Based on what he said prior to the Jamaica game, he seems pretty set on continuing to play in Europe for a few more years.

"I haven't spoken to anybody or been involved with that," Stalteri said of the TFC rumours. "At the moment I am still wanting to play in Europe and continue my career there. My contract is up at the end of this season but I am still looking forward to playing a couple more years in Europe. That is my main focus right now."

http://www.canadian-soccer.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=18153

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