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On 3/25/2019 at 2:52 AM, Toje said:

Nicholas Prasad recently made his debut with Fiji on March 18th.  He played 85 minutes in a 3-0 win over New Caledonia.  He earned his second cap yesterday when he started and played 90 minutes in a 1-0 win over Mauritius.  Local media reported that he played well, and definitely deserves to be on the team.

In the past, he was a part of the Vancouver Whitecaps youth programs and played with Seattle University.

Article in the Surrey paper on Prasad:

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On 4/23/2019 at 6:40 AM, masster said:

Chituru Odunze continues to be called up by the US, this time for the Concacaf U17 Championship. His strong performances at the GA Cup have raised his profile as well. He will most likely be playing against Canada in the tournament.

It certainly did raise his profile: https://www.mlssoccer.com/post/2019/04/16/goalkeeper-chituru-odunze-star-making-vancouver-whitecaps-fc

My feeling is that if he remains at the Caps he'll eventually play for Canada. The general atmosphere and pressure from teammates will help push that decision. But if he transfers to England he'll stay with the US.

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A list of current Canadian born players who are playing for other countries (full national team, friendlies and qualifiers)

  • Emilio Estevez - Taiwan (called up but didn't play in the match vs Solomon Islands)
  • Josue Duverger - Haiti (one cap in 2017 when he was 17 years old)
  • Andreas Vaikla - Estonia (3 caps)
  • Jimmy-Shammar Sanon - Haiti (3 caps)
  • Nicholas Prasad - Fiji (11 caps)
  • Chaim Roserie - St Lucia (1 cap)
  • Allain Sargeant -  St Kitts and Nevis (7 caps)
  • Daniel Jodah - Guyana (1 cap)
  • Mikael Cantave - Haiti (9 caps)
  • Anthony White - Guyana (3 caps)
  • Ryan Telfer - T&T (1 cap)
  • Greg Ranjitsingh - T&T (called up but no caps as of yet)
  • Ricardo Ferreira - Portugal (1 cap)
  • Jems Geffard - Haiti (10 caps)
  • Caolan Lavery - Northern Ireland (called up but no caps as of yet)
  • Justin Springer - St Kitts and Nevis (12 caps)
  • Nick O'Donnell - Philippines (4 caps)
  • Nile Walwyn - St Kitts and Nevis (3 caps)
  • Daniel Whyte - Guyana (2 caps)
  • Shavon John-Browne - Grenada (14 caps)
  • Teal Bunbury - USA  (4 caps)
  • Emery Welshman - Guyana (12 caps)
  • Yassine Bounou - Morocco (11 caps)
  • Terence Smith - Barbados (called up twice, but hasn't played as of yet)
  • Brydon Caesar - Guyana (part of training camps)
  • Davier Walcott - Grenada (6 caps)
  • Kevin Chan-Yu Tin - Mauritius (3 caps)
  • Ricky Sayers - Grenada (1 cap)
  • Jelani Smith - Guyana (2 caps)
  • Taylor Benjamin - Guyana (4 caps)
  • Jonathan De Guzman - Netherlands (14 caps)
  • Alan Mannus - Northern Ireland (9 caps)
  • Jamaal Smith - Guyana (13 caps)
  • Julien Edwards - Guyana (6 caps - might not be playing anymore)
  • Kashiff De Jonge - Guyana (1 cap - might be be playing club soccer anymore)
  • Sherwin Emmanuel - St Lucia (called up for September qualifiers)
  • Daniel Fernandes - Portugal (2 caps - he last played for Portugal in 2009 vs Finland)


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2 hours ago, masster said:

Former U17 CMNT player Nathan Damian has been called up to the Egypt U19 team for the Arab Cup. Given that he just played for us at the U17 World Cup, does that mean he has filed his one time switch?


The Arab Cup is not an official FIFA tournament, so no

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