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Henry back on the bench for Suwon Bluewings today.  He enters the game at the 74th minute, first appearance since October.

Canadian soccer fans will always be able to prove Henry is not dependable by waiting for one mistake and ignoring the rest of the man's play.

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11 minutes ago, Bison44 said:

Hasnt Schaale only been in Canada 4 years??  What are all those applicable naturalization rules??  There is no way he is a citizen that quick....

He is also German and as I recall they do not allow dual citizenship, so wouldn't he have to give up his German passport?

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11 minutes ago, Blackdude said:

They finished 8th last year in the K-League.

They were Korean FA Cup champions this year, so they'll be playing in the group stage of the AFC Champions League. They were semi-finalists in Champions League in 2018 as well, losing out to the eventual champions. Great club to land with in a really exciting league.

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On 11/18/2019 at 1:50 AM, Obinna said:

He is also German and as I recall they do not allow dual citizenship, so wouldn't he have to give up his German passport?

Please see all the dual US-German nationals playing for the Americans, and all the German-Turks playing for both these countries.

(although it may be that they only allow duals by birth, not naturalisation)

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Seems like a pretty decent move. One of the more successful K-league teams. He'll get chances to play in the Asian Champions League. Slight step up from Vancouver when you factor in the international competition.

There are a few Korean internationals in the team, as you would expect, and two Australian internationals, one of which is a striker who is Heney's age and has 6 goals in 11 games internationally for Australia. Doesn't exactly seem like he'll be playing with scrubs.

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3 hours ago, Obinna said:

Seems like a pretty decent move. One of the more successful K-league teams. He'll get chances to play in the Asian Champions League. Slight step up from Vancouver when you factor in the international competition.

There are a few Korean internationals in the team, as you would expect, and two Australian internationals, one of which is a striker who is Heney's age and has 6 goals in 11 games internationally for Australia. Doesn't exactly seem like he'll be playing with scrubs.

Adam Taggart was very hyped until I think a knee injury derailed his chances at Fulham. Nice to see him back at it.

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23 hours ago, Ruffian said:

Any channels or streaming service in Canada have the rights to the Asian Champions League?

I remember DAZN carrying some games last year. Not sure if they still intend on playing those matches. They've really cut all their football programming after they got their greedy hands on the premier league. That's all they care about nowadays.

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Well if we get the final .5 spot in CONCACAF and cross over with Asia, at least we have a first hand  player scout :). 

Remember Australia was the .5 spot in the Asia 4.5 team allocation.... Australia got by Honduras including an away result in San Pedro. 

Really hope it works out for him, any idea on $ and length? 

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