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Just now, Stryker911 said:

June is going to be very exciting. Think we are going to get sone surprises.

With 2 tight wins the Panama fans forum must be going nuts.

Between losing to Bermuda at home and squeaking out wins against Barbados and Dominica I think it’s safe to say this Panamanian team is in decline. 

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@admin Again this is Robert's new account. It's actually impressive how you and TGAA can singlehandedly ruin intelligent discussion from hundreds of people and turn this forum into a frustrating

It's too early to start individual match threads (even for me!) but here is some  key info for our next window. Our matches: "Away" at Aruba,  Saturday, June 5th "Home" vs Suriname Tuesday

If we can't win this group, we only have ourselves to blame. I don't think anyone in our group would be favoured to make it to the World Cup, so if we think we can make a World Cup, we should have no

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15 hours ago, CanadianSoccerFan said:

The celebrations from Montserrat

 

 

Results like this just might make it worth the lopsided results in other games this round. I do still like the idea of having a cap for how much GD you can accumulate in a game.

But hopefully there aren't any upsets today!

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20 minutes ago, Floortom said:

So goal differential won’t matter anymore. We’re +15 and Suriname is +9. And we play Aruba next while Suriname plays Bermuda. This also gives us the luxury go into the Suriname match with a rested squad as the Aruba match won’t matter beyond getting the win.

If Bermuda brings it's best squad and beats Suriname then we're pretty much through barring an implausible swing in GD

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Just now, CanadianSoccerFan said:

If Bermuda brings it's best squad and beats Suriname then we're pretty much through barring an implausible swing in GD

Bermuda has a good chance. They have some talented pieces. Plus some young talented players. 

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26 minutes ago, Floortom said:

So goal differential won’t matter anymore. We’re +15 and Suriname is +9. And we play Aruba next while Suriname plays Bermuda. This also gives us the luxury go into the Suriname match with a rested squad as the Aruba match won’t matter beyond getting the win.

And extending this point in that it'll be extra rest for the June 12 and 15 games (If we go through).. 4 games in 10 days is crazy. Does anyone know if Yellow card accumulation restarts after the first round? I'm assuming it does but if not that would also be scary. 

 

 

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6 minutes ago, SpecialK said:

I won’t be surprised if Suriname brings in more players. It’s basically winner take all. They have some really good options out there. 

They do. I don’t believe Riedewald will give up his Dutch hopes yet but they have some pretty good options. Will be interesting if they can convince those options before June.

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11 minutes ago, Floortom said:

So goal differential won’t matter anymore. We’re +15 and Suriname is +9. And we play Aruba next while Suriname plays Bermuda. This also gives us the luxury go into the Suriname match with a rested squad as the Aruba match won’t matter beyond getting the win.

In the interview, Herdman says he thinks he'll have more time with the squad in June.

Let's keep an eye out for tomorrow's match to see how Aruba compare to Bermuda, but it does seem highly unlikely that Suriname will reach our goal difference.

 

29 minutes ago, SpecialK said:

Fine! In May hahah

I assume the same border restrictions will be in effect (or at least the same uncertainty until early May when we likely need to start finalizing venues) and that we will need to play in Florida again.  Sadly, I don't think we'll get a friendly match.

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2 minutes ago, CanadianSoccerFan said:

Not to get too far ahead but I doubt Haiti will get to play at home in June due to the incident with Belize.  We could see both legs at a neutral site.  I doubt Trudeau will let us play before the fall

Canada will not being playing in Haiti. If they are, the Canadian military better be there to protect our players!  

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2 minutes ago, Olympique_de_Marseille said:

In the interview, Herdman says he thinks he'll have more time with the squad in June.

Let's keep an eye out for tomorrow's match to see how Aruba compare to Bermuda, but it does seem highly unlikely that Suriname will reach our goal difference.

 

I assume the same border restrictions will be in effect (or at least the same uncertainty until early May when we likely need to start finalizing venues) and that we will need to play in Florida again.  Sadly, I don't think we'll get a friendly match.

The way herdman was talking, there won’t be. It’s sad. Why can’t we have a Europe friendly.  I read somewhere that fifa windows will be longer. 

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Just now, SpecialK said:

Canada will not being playing in Haiti. If they are, the Canadian military better be there to protect our players!  

Make sure our 4 cops down there escort the bus from the airport to the Port-au-Prince Marriott ;)  the  

https://www.canadainternational.gc.ca/haiti/bilateral_relations_bilaterales/security_stability-securite_stabilite.aspx?lang=eng

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1 minute ago, Olympique_de_Marseille said:

Make sure our 4 cops down there escort the bus from the airport to the Port-au-Prince Marriott ;)  the  

https://www.canadainternational.gc.ca/haiti/bilateral_relations_bilaterales/security_stability-securite_stabilite.aspx?lang=eng

Screw that. If Canada plays in Haiti, 25 fully armed Canadian Soldiers go with 

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14 minutes ago, SpecialK said:

The way herdman was talking, there won’t be. It’s sad. Why can’t we have a Europe friendly.  I read somewhere that fifa windows will be longer. 

It would sure be nice to call Flores and Dias in a non cap scenario. Doubtful the CSA would cough up or be able to organize anything at this point though. Too many variables.

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Yeah, I think we have won goal difference now. We have to make sure we don't slip up and draw against Aruba. Then obviously take care of business again against Suriname. We did the job this window, lets do the job in the next window too.

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2 minutes ago, Kent said:

Yeah, I think we have won goal difference now. We have to make sure we don't slip up and draw against Aruba. Then obviously take care of business again against Suriname. We did the job this window, lets do the job in the next window too.

Yeah, goal differential helps a lot. I'll be defending Suriname a lot over the next few months (lol) but from their perspective, needing a win against us is gonna be tough.

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27 minutes ago, narduch said:

It's the Pot 3 v. Pot 5 match ups today. The only games that really matter are Grenada v USVI in Group A, Belize v Turks + Caicos in Group E and Guyana v Bahamas in Group F. 

All times ET.

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I really hope Bermuda has a good showing so they are motivated going into their game versus Suriname.

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