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Usports tournament all-star team with 6 players having some CPL connection, some drafted but never played, any 2022 draft picks here?

Tournament All-Stars

Svyatoslav Artemenko, GK, Guelph

Kareem Sow, D, Montreal

Tareq Hamad, D, Carleton

Ricky Comba, M, Carleton

Matteo de Brienne, M, Carleton

Quentin Paumier, M, Montreal

Alexander Zis, M, Guelph

Charlie Waters, M, Cape Breton

Luca Ricci, M, Montreal

Gabriel Bitar, F, Carleton

Frank Essomé-Penda, F, Montreal (Tournament MVP)

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4 hours ago, MM3/MM2/MM said:

Usports tournament all-star team with 6 players having some CPL connection, some drafted but never played, any 2022 draft picks here?

Tournament All-Stars

Svyatoslav Artemenko, GK, Guelph

Kareem Sow, D, Montreal

Tareq Hamad, D, Carleton

Ricky Comba, M, Carleton

Matteo de Brienne, M, Carleton

Quentin Paumier, M, Montreal

Alexander Zis, M, Guelph

Charlie Waters, M, Cape Breton

Luca Ricci, M, Montreal

Gabriel Bitar, F, Carleton

Frank Essomé-Penda, F, Montreal (Tournament MVP)

I've said it a couple times, but I stand by the opinion that Alex Zis is very good and will be a difference maker in the CPL.

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Ahmed Alghamdi is finally making the game day squad in Saudi Arabia again regularly and he’s had a couple sub appearances recently. Hopefully he can start earning more minutes at that level. 

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On 1/9/2022 at 1:24 PM, jordan said:

Stefan Karajovanovic Is heading to Denmark.

Speculating, but I assume the club to be Thisted FC. They are currently fourth in the Danish 3rd Division and very much in contention of promoting to the 2nd division. I'd be disappointed if he wasn't able to stick at this level, with Wikipedia stating it to be "semi-professional". In the fall, the club brought in a Bolivian international who has played in this WCQ cycle but they are mostly domestic based.

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3 hours ago, jonovision said:

In the not-too-distant past we had players from the Romanian first tier starting with our national team (Ricketts, Hirschfeld). Something tells me Ongaro isn't in the MNT picture quite yet, despite this move.

Borjan too but Ricketts was actually mostly in the 2nd division. 
 

Hanson Boakai had a spell with UTA Arad in the second division. Looking at their roster they have a few Lithuanian internationals.

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35 minutes ago, canadianbacons said:

Would there be a transfer fee involved? 

If the player is under contract, then there would have to be a transfer fee unless the CPL club agrees to let the player go on a free.   Karajovanovic's contract wasn't picked up by HFX so no fee.  Ongaro should be under contract with FCE.

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Don't think that's a safe assumption on Ongaro. He last signed an extension at the end of the 2019 season according to transfermarkt.com so 1 year + an option year would have expired.

https://northerntribune.ca/fc-edmonton-easton-ongaro-europe/

...While Easton is hopeful that his European aspirations will come to fruition, that doesn’t completely rule out a potential return to Clarke Stadium. While Ongaro states that FC Edmonton hasn’t sent him any formal offer, his exit interview indicated that they’d be happy to have him back...

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47 minutes ago, Ozzie_the_parrot said:

Don't think that's a safe assumption on Ongaro. He last signed an extension at the end of the 2019 season according to transfermarkt.com so 1 year + an option year would have expired.

https://northerntribune.ca/fc-edmonton-easton-ongaro-europe/

...While Easton is hopeful that his European aspirations will come to fruition, that doesn’t completely rule out a potential return to Clarke Stadium. While Ongaro states that FC Edmonton hasn’t sent him any formal offer, his exit interview indicated that they’d be happy to have him back...

The problem with these short-term contracts are that clubs from abroad will usually just wait to get the player they want on a free. Players with potential (especially the younger guys like Wright, Pacius) should be kept under contract as long as possible so there is potential for a transfer fee to be paid for their services.

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