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Ottawa Fury 2015 STANDINGS

SPRING 2015 Season-->> 8th Place with 11pts TOTAL 10games played 2W/5T/3L

FALL 2015 Season-->> 1st Place with 45pts TOTAL 20games played 11W/6T/3L

COMBINED 2015 Season -->> 2nd Place with 56pts TOTAL 30games played 13W/11T/6L

Top Scorer: Tom Heinemann 14goals

SOCCER BOWL RUNNER UP vs. NY Cosmos in the FINAL

Average Attendance: 5164

Current ROSTER(January 18th, 2016)

1 Goalkeeper Peiser, Romuald     23px-Flag_of_France.svg.png France
2 Defender Balchan, Rich     23px-Flag_of_the_United_States.svg.png United States
3 Defender Trafford, Mason     23px-Flag_of_Canada.svg.png Canada
6 Midfielder de Guzman, Julian     23px-Flag_of_Canada.svg.png Canada
7 Forward Jr., Paulo    22px-Flag_of_Brazil.svg.png Brazil
8 Midfielder Bailey, James     23px-Flag_of_England.svg.png England
14 Defender Obasi, Onua Thomas     23px-Flag_of_England.svg.png England
15 Forward Chin, Dennis     23px-Flag_of_Jamaica.svg.png Jamaica
17 Forward Haworth, Carl     23px-Flag_of_Canada.svg.png Canada
18 Defender Poltronieri, Brandon     23px-Flag_of_Costa_Rica.svg.png Costa Rica
19 Defender Porter, Kyle     23px-Flag_of_Canada.svg.png Canada
20 Midfielder Eustáquio, Mauro     23px-Flag_of_Canada.svg.png Canada
22 Midfielder Steele, Jonny     23px-Flag_of_Northern_Ireland.svg.png Northern Ireland
24 Goalkeeper DeBellis, Marcel     23px-Flag_of_Canada.svg.png Canada
25 Midfielder Rozeboom, Lance     23px-Flag_of_the_United_States.svg.png United States
33 Defender Alves, Rafael    

22px-Flag_of_Brazil.svg.png Brazil

77 Defender Timbó, Fernando     22px-Flag_of_Brazil.svg.png Brazil

 

 

 

 

Staff

As of December 10, 2015
Position Nation Staff
Head coach 23px-Flag_of_Scotland.svg.png Scotland Paul Dalglish
Assistant coach 23px-Flag_of_Canada.svg.png Canada Martin Nash
Goalkeeper coah 23px-Flag_of_Zimbabwe.svg.png Zimbabwe Bruce Grobbelaar
Technical director 23px-Flag_of_Serbia.svg.png Serbia Darko Buser
Team doctor 23px-Flag_of_Canada.svg.png Canada Dr. Taryn Taylor
Fitness coach 23px-Flag_of_Canada.svg.png Canada Kyle Thorne
Team chaplain 23px-Flag_of_Canada.svg.png Canada Paul Huggins
Director of medical services 23px-Flag_of_Canada.svg.png Canada Dr. Glenn Copeland
Head athletic therapist 23px-Flag_of_Canada.svg.png Canada

David Wright

 

2016 Seating Chart

2016 Season Ticket Price Chart

 

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It's Ottawa you better believe it :huh:....politics and god go hand in hand:rolleyes:

I rmbr that NFL use or still has those. And yes it has been on the rise. Maybe I should switch careers and say:  "thanks to me the boys Almost got the Soccer Bowl!!!"

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8 hours ago, BuzzAndSting said:

The Fury have a team chaplain? Is that common?

Actually, religion played a huge role in why MDS was able to put together his squad. MDS is a very religious man and many of the players he recruited were also faithful believers. 

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14 hours ago, Fussball_eh said:

Actually, religion played a huge role in why MDS was able to put together his squad. MDS is a very religious man and many of the players he recruited were also faithful believers. 

If true that is terrible. No place for religion in sports or the workplace.

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47 minutes ago, Grizzly said:

If true that is terrible. No place for religion in sports or the workplace.

IIRC Martin Rennie ran a similar ship, though I never heard of a club chaplain for the Caps. His brother is a minister. Most of his favorite soldiers like Watson and Davidson and even the majority of the players they drafted in his era were quite evangelical spending off seasons together on Christian Missions and that sort of thing. Given that the current core are all mostly traditional Latinos or American College boys I don't imagine god plays any less of a role on the current squad, whether publicized or not. 

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1 minute ago, nolando said:

IIRC Martin Rennie ran a similar ship, though I never heard of a club chaplain for the Caps. Most of his favorite soldiers like Watson and Davidson and even the majority of the players they drafted in his era were quite evangelical spending off seasons together on Christian Missions and that sort of thing. Given that the current core are all mostly traditional Latinos or American College boys I don't imagine god plays any less of a role on the current squad, whether publicized or not. 

There is a big difference between having a lot of religious players on your squad (which I have no problem with) and running the team in a way in which religion is involved, has influence or gives certain players preference or even just the appearance of preference. I didn't like Klopas "God never sleeps" stuff either. If someone wants to be religious fine but don't bring it to the workplace. Hopefully Robinson and Biello are more professional.

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9 hours ago, Grizzly said:

If true that is terrible. No place for religion in sports or the workplace.

I'm not a fan either, but get used to it. Religion plays a huge role in world football and there is no denying that played a significant role in Fury's last two seasons.  

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59 minutes ago, IceCreamMan said:

http://www.ottawafuryfc.com/news/2016/02/02/fury-bolster-2016-squad-with-pair-of-canadians

Nice to see them signing Canadians but neither really excites me too much. Have to think it's a little bit of filling out the roster with cheap players. 

Well one is a backup keeper, which is fine. The other I haven't seen play, but he was involved in a law suit with United. http://the11.ca/2015/07/13/canadian-midfielder-mozzi-gyorio-launches-breach-of-contract-lawsuit-against-minnesota-united-nasl/

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This roster does not look that impressive. I wish there was somebody to ask some hard questions about what is going on there. Unfortunately the main journalist source that used to provide info on the club, now works for the organization. 

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Ottawa has 8 players left from last years team

 

As of February 4, Ottawa Fury FC have the following 19 players under contract:

Goalkeepers (3): Marcel DeBellis, Romuald Peiser, Andrew MacRae
Defenders (6): Rafael Alves, Rich Balchan, Onua Thomas Obasi, Brandon Poltronieri, Kyle Porter, Fernando Timbo
Midfielders (6): James Bailey, Julian de Guzman, Mauro Eustaquio, Mozzi Gyorio, Lance Rozeboom, Jonny Steele
Forwards (4): Gerardo Bruna, Dennis Chin, Carl Haworth, Paulo Junior

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17 minutes ago, mianjo said:

Ottawa has 8 players left from last years team

 

As of February 4, Ottawa Fury FC have the following 19 players under contract:

Goalkeepers (3): Marcel DeBellis, Romuald Peiser, Andrew MacRae
Defenders (6): Rafael Alves, Rich Balchan, Onua Thomas Obasi, Brandon Poltronieri, Kyle Porter, Fernando Timbo
Midfielders (6): James Bailey, Julian de Guzman, Mauro Eustaquio, Mozzi Gyorio, Lance Rozeboom, Jonny Steele
Forwards (4): Gerardo Bruna, Dennis Chin, Carl Haworth, Paulo Junior

Only three players left from year one: Mauro, Debellis and Haworth

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Key Training Camp Dates:

Monday, February 15 – Training Camp Opens | Branchaud-Briere (Gatineau, QC)

Friday, February 19 (10:45 a.m.) – Match vs Ottawa Fury FC Academy (PLSQ)
Branchaud-Briere (Gatineau, QC) *Open to Public*

Friday, February 26 – Match vs TFC II (USL) | Kia Training Grounds (Toronto, ON)

February 28 - March 7 – Training Camp in Casa Grande, Arizona

Wednesday, March 2 – Match vs Indy Eleven (NASL) | Grande Sports World (Casa Grande, AZ)
*Open to Public*

Sunday, March 6 – Match vs Real Salt Lake Academy (USSDA) | Grande Sports World (Casa Grande, AZ)

Match vs Rochester Rhinos (USL) | Sahlen Stadium (Rochester, NY) – Date TBC

Saturday, March 19 – Match vs FC Montreal (USL) | Olympic Stadium (Montreal, QC)

Friday, March 25 – Intrasquad Match | TD Place (Ottawa, ON)

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