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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Canada_men's_international_soccer_players

You can sort this list by first and last cap, and get Atiba (2003-2023) --> Mark Watson (1991-2004) --> Gerry Gray (1980-1991) --> Sam Lenarduzzi (1968-80) but then the list seems to be incomplete. Either that or we assembled rosters of one-offs for each tournament, which seems unlikely.

(This is admittedly without confirming that each played with other, but it seems likely they did.  Plus some of the final/first matches line up)

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6 hours ago, shorty said:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Canada_men's_international_soccer_players

You can sort this list by first and last cap, and get Atiba (2003-2023) --> Mark Watson (1991-2004) --> Gerry Gray (1980-1991) --> Sam Lenarduzzi (1968-80) but then the list seems to be incomplete. Either that or we assembled rosters of one-offs for each tournament, which seems unlikely.

(This is admittedly without confirming that each played with other, but it seems likely they did.  Plus some of the final/first matches line up)

Sammy Lenarduzzi, what a good guy.

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5 minutes ago, Cheeta said:

Coo!!!!!  Slipped another one past the keeper did he?

Well done Old Timer.

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On 6/13/2023 at 5:43 PM, maplebanana said:

Congrats on a great career to Hutch, and may he enjoy his retirement years always being onside. 

If he goes to the Gold Cup, his wife may rule him offside. 🤣

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15 hours ago, shorty said:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Canada_men's_international_soccer_players

You can sort this list by first and last cap, and get Atiba (2003-2023) --> Mark Watson (1991-2004) --> Gerry Gray (1980-1991) --> Sam Lenarduzzi (1968-80) but then the list seems to be incomplete. Either that or we assembled rosters of one-offs for each tournament, which seems unlikely.

(This is admittedly without confirming that each played with other, but it seems likely they did.  Plus some of the final/first matches line up)

Well done. I prefer the Atiba-Onstad chain simply because of how ridiculous it is that they overlapped for as long as they did. Both pathways seem to lead to Gerry Gray though.

Random musings from that list.

  • I can't believe DeVos, Brennan, and Jackson all finished at exactly 49 caps. I doubt any of them care, but I love a nice round number.
  • If Atiba plays in NL, he will forfeit his title of the highest prime number of caps to Julian de Guzman.
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9 minutes ago, red card said:

Atiba adds to the Brampton's nation leading soccer infrastructure.

 

These are the kinds of contributions to the Canadian soccer landscape that I'm so excited for in the coming years. Top class players coming back and getting involved in their communities, media spaces, coaching, scouting, etc. This is what builds a footballing culture. We're desperate for these kind of stories and I'm so pumped to see it. Way to go 'Atibaba'!

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