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Canadians abroad: December 15-21, 2017


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  • In this thread post match updates on all Canadians abroad for December 15-21, 2017.
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Scotland

Haber is on the bench against Partick

Aird is on the bench against St. Mirren

Trafford starts against Dumbarton.

Paton started for Stenhousemuir and had done this

 

Godinho, Zanatta, Gasparotto, and Gomes all have there games cancelled.  

England

Twardek is on the Millwall Bench.

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Hainault finally returned to the pitch after his long injury, subbing in at minute 82 of Magdeburg's 3-0 win over Sonnenhof Grosaspach.

Stanese subbed on in the 68th minute as Aalen tied Fortuna Koln 1-1.

Massih Wassey played 90 in a 0-0 tie with Halle as his Paderborn falls two points behind Hainault's Magdeburg who are in first place.

Straith played 90 as Lotte surprisingly defeated Hansa Rostock 3-0 

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6 hours ago, Kadenge said:

Jnr Hoilett and Fikayo Tomori starting for Cardiff and Hull respectively. 

JUNIOR HOILETT 8

Twisted the blood of Fiyako Tomori, the Hull right-back, and struck up a relationship with Tomlin that you feel rivals any other attacking duo in the division. His work rate tracking back was phenomenal.

The Cardiff City player ratings as magical Lee Tomlin, tireless Junior Hoilett and captain Sol Bamba shine ...
https://www.google.ca/amp/www.walesonline.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/cardiff-city-player-ratings-magical-14047333.amp

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17 hours ago, Obinna said:

JUNIOR HOILETT 8

Twisted the blood of Fiyako Tomori, the Hull right-back, and struck up a relationship with Tomlin that you feel rivals any other attacking duo in the division. His work rate tracking back was phenomenal.

The Cardiff City player ratings as magical Lee Tomlin, tireless Junior Hoilett and captain Sol Bamba shine ...
https://www.google.ca/amp/www.walesonline.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/cardiff-city-player-ratings-magical-14047333.amp

sweet. Sounds like Jnr has improved his fitness level. Has always been dynamite going forward but suspect defending as a winger ; glad to hear  he was tracking back.

 

 

 

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Spain

Manny Aparicio got on m. 73 with Izarra down 3-2, they lost 5-2 vs. Logroñés.

In fourth tier, Yuri Ruh played 90 as Corellano won away to Idoya 0-2 with late goals. In the pic below celebrating the win,  I think Yuri is no. 11, shirtless on the left.

Andrew Das Neves Lebre played 90 for Almazán, who lost very late 3-2 to La Bañeza, game with 15 yellow cards. He was back from serving a 1-game sanction.

Miki Cantave came on m. 63 for Lorca B who fell 1-0 away to Churra Gesa. They are still in a promotion playoff spot though with poor results recently. Worse even, the first team, in Spanish 2nd, is doing poorly and may relegate, taking away their chances of promoting as only one team is allowed from a club per division.

Bakr Abdellaoui did not dress for Alcorcón B, who drew scoreless away.

So again, pretty sure that is Yuri Ruh Dos Santos on the left, anyone confirm that?

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38 minutes ago, Jith12 said:

Alessandro Busti keeps a clean sheet in a 1-0 win for Juventus U19 over Sampdroria U19 in Primavera play.

We aren’t going to keep reporting on this guy are we? Even in the extremely unlikely situation he does choose to play for Canada, it won’t be for another 5 years minimum. That is being generous

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25 minutes ago, canta15 said:

We aren’t going to keep reporting on this guy are we? Even in the extremely unlikely situation he does choose to play for Canada, it won’t be for another 5 years minimum. That is being generous

Italy seems pretty deep at keeper for players born in 2000. He isn't in the Italy U19 squad and there are many keepers on the Transfermarkts list of 2000 born Italians.

https://www.transfermarkt.com/detailsuche/spielerdetail/suche/7428751

We are in a situation that is very similar to the one we had with Cristiatne. We want him to play well but not so well that he gets onto Italy's radar.

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32 minutes ago, canta15 said:

We aren’t going to keep reporting on this guy are we? Even in the extremely unlikely situation he does choose to play for Canada, it won’t be for another 5 years minimum. That is being generous

Actually he may very well choose to play for our youth teams since he is not on the Italian radar. Whether we keep him if he turns out to be good is going to be the trick.

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1 minute ago, Jith12 said:

We are in a situation that is very similar to the one we had with Cristiatne. We want him to play well but not so well that he gets onto Italy's radar.

Actually i would say this situation is more like Tomori. Plays at a big club, but not on the NT radar. We just hope he chooses us and doesn't become good enough to jump ship.

Cristante OTOH was a youth star at Milan and played for Italy from U16 on up.

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6 minutes ago, jpg75 said:

Actually i would say this situation is more like Tomori. Plays at a big club, but not on the NT radar. We just hope he chooses us and doesn't become good enough to jump ship.

Cristante OTOH was a youth star at Milan and played for Italy from U16 on up.

That is true. Fiyako has been playing for England youth for a little bit now, though.

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