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  1. 23 points
    spitfire

    Liam Millar

    So last response sorry long post and no disrespect meant. Been a long day of painting...😊
  2. 22 points
    Alex

    Liam Millar

    Considering that’s his goddamn father, I’d say it’s not “a very big if” about there being a plan. You’re speculating on something you know nothing about.
  3. 15 points
    Bison44

    Liam Millar

    Hey Spitfire, you dont have to justify or explain yourself or Liams actions. But thanks for taking the time to fill us in on all the ins and outs going on behind the scenes. Most of us are smart enough to realize those kinds of things were going on without being a dick to you. It must be hard to have a bunch of goobers making comments about your kid, sometimes it must be impossible to let the worst of them go without a response. Good luck with the painting, I always have trouble around the door frames, and dont give the local spammer of the week bother you on here.
  4. 15 points
    El Hombre

    Jonathan David

    I think it would be safe to say that both Salzburg and Stuttgart are kicking themselves at this point. This is a pretty good example of the fact that talent assessment is not that easy, especially for professionals. He was brought in specifically to be looked at and both passed on him. Might be worth remembering this the next time someone goes on a tirade about the CSA's incompetence letting some kid slip through the cracks. If its difficult for professionals in an isolated and directed environment, think about what it must be like for semi-professionals covering 10 million square miles and thousands of kids in each age group.
  5. 13 points
    BuzzAndSting

    CPL General

    From a poster on Reddit r/CanadianPL who has demonstrated accurate insight in the past. CPL exploring a tournament style restart to season in single location The league is looking at putting all 8 teams in one place, to mitigate travel cost and exposure to COVID19. Each club is making a strong pitch to host this event, with Winnipeg the logical front runner because of it’s geographic advantage, and only 33 active cases in the province. Vancouver Island is another strong candidate because of relatively small case numbers. This would be a closed door, made for TV event. Format and structure are being explored, with Canada Day the target for kick-off. Afterwards, the league hopes to play a compressed balanced schedule in empty stadiums with some concerns over our case numbers in Ontario.
  6. 12 points
    Bikerack

    Canadians Abroad May 22nd to May 28th

    Doneil Henry goes 90 and a clean sheet in a 1-0 win for Suwon dominate game from Doneil
  7. 12 points
    El Hombre

    Jonathan David

    How about Boca Juniors, CSKA Moscow or LA Galaxy?
  8. 11 points
    Stryker911

    York9 - Season Thread 2020

    I dont care what the reason they signed him is. It is good for York, good for the league, and good for Canada having players move on.
  9. 10 points
    Dominic94

    Liam Millar

    Was finally able to get in and reply.... ill be the first to say that I rate Liam highly and have always liked him. i honestly feel that he could be as good as Davies and David at a point. Watch him over the next 2-3 years. truth be told at 20 he would not be with Liverpool if they did not rate him. They clearly see a path for him if they won’t let him leave on loan without resigning and if they’ve turned down multiple bids. It also means other teams think he can play.
  10. 10 points
    cronaldo7

    Liam Millar

    Since I follow Liam on insta, looks like him and his fiancée are expecting a baby! Congrats to them and @spitfire !!!
  11. 10 points
    Obinna

    The Road to Qatar.

    Canada can beat any team with Nike as their jersey sponsor, even Netherlands who have had Nike as their sponsor for a while so the power of the Nike jersey is wearing off but has recently got the Nike jersey so I think they would win in the end, but what about Ghana their sponsor is Puma so it would be interesting if they played a friendly tournament before Qatar, but I think it would be 1. Canada 2. Netherlands 3. Ghana.
  12. 10 points
    My backline would consist of Robert Neukr TGAA_Star That's right, I'm going with 3 at the back in 2026
  13. 9 points
    Bertuzzi44

    Liam Millar

    For me @spitfire is one of the best contributors to this forum. Obviously he has a very close relationship to Liam so I assume it can be hard to see all us armchair managers say this and that and speculate. But I don't think anyone here posts maliciously (in this thread), and this being a fan forum you're going to hear lots of different opinions! Back to Millar, from my armchair I also think it might be a bridge too far to be a regular starter at Liverpool. Even breaking into the 18 would be huge. But I think he has a lot of potential, and seems to have a fantastic work ethic. That goes a long way. I would be ecstatic if he became a Premiership player! And I think that's an attainable goal.
  14. 9 points
    spitfire

    Liam Millar

    I should have known better back to painting the house ... stay safe my friends
  15. 9 points
    Alex

    The Importance of Alphonso Davies

    Yes Canada has not qualified to a World Cup since 1986. Just to be clear.
  16. 9 points
    BuzzAndSting

    The Road to Qatar.

    No way, considering the Netherlands current team, Canada would destroy them easily. Canada has way more talent across the board. When Canada gets to Qatar they'll definitely be able to beat the big teams, especially the teams that have quality but at worst Canada would get a draw, no doubt about it.
  17. 9 points
    Ansem

    CPL General

  18. 9 points
    SkuseisLoose

    General Discussion on CMNT

    Just wondering, did you use to post on the old voyageurs board under the name TG11?
  19. 9 points
    MrsC

    CPL General

    Dwayne we are friends, but I couldn't disagree with you more on these posts. The Voyageurs has evolved significantly since you were running the organization. I love having the forum for people to communicate, but it no longer holds the importance it once did. There are many places we meet and connect on social media, as well as in person. If the message board is all the Voyageurs is to you, then you are missing out on a lot. I am a proud Voyageur, and I chat with fellow Voyageurs almost daily. Sometimes in the forum, but usually in other places. That's a choice I make, not because I have issues with how the forum is run, but because if feels more convenient to connect on other social platforms. Message boards aren’t dead, but they are not what they used to be, when there are many other ways to connect. I’ve been part of so many Voyageurs activities in the last couple of years, from viewing parties to live games (in several cities). I’m a bit dismayed that you could say the Voyageurs are dead. It is very much alive. For those that think Jamie is running the show alone, this is misguided. It’s true that Jamie has put in an unbelievable amount of personal time and money into this, but he is not acting alone. There are Voyageurs all across the country helping Jamie promote the Voyageurs regionally, offering advice, and opinions. Lending a hand on game day, and leading up to game day. And there are several very active Voyageurs who have worked closely with Jamie with the incorporation. And saying Jamie is the only Voyageur because he is the only name on the not-for profit, makes no sense. There are only 4 of us on the RRR not for profit, but we aren’t the only members. I agree that Doug shouldn’t have been banned. But the tizzy this has devolved into is a bit incomprehensible. If you want to call for more transparency fine. That is a fair comment. But to suggest the Voyageurs are nothing, is quite frankly offensive to all of the active members of the Voyageurs, putting in a lot of hard work, time and passion.
  20. 9 points
    Tigers

    CPL General

    Now how would you feel if someone said they hoped the CPL went bankrupt and switched to MLS farm teams or something equally terrible?
  21. 9 points
    Raph Honigstein picked him for the Bundesliga team of the season for The Athletic. Listed as a left mid because the formation is a 3-4-3 (Hakimi was on the right, for reference) Have to pay for access, but I think a blurb is ok? If not I can remove: Left midfield: Alphonso Davies (Bayern) Goalimpact, devised by German engineer Jorg Seidel, is an algorithm for scouting players. In early 2018, Goalimpact predicted that Davies, a 17-year-old then playing for Major League Soccer’s Vancouver Whitecaps, would be a world-beater. It’s unclear whether Bayern were convinced by that verdict when they bought the Ghanaian-born son of Liberian refugees for $22 million that summer, but Davies has certainly exceeded all expectations. In the space of five months, he has gone from fringe player with a habit of overhitting his crosses to the first-choice left-back, deputising so well for David Alaba that the Austrian might never return to his usual berth. “His development has been great,” coach Flick said. Davies, the fastest player in Bayern’s squad, has grown so quickly he must be considered not just the best left-back in the Bundesliga but a one of the most effective players in his position world-wide. It’s a bit of a football fairytale, and it’s only the beginning — he recently signed a contract extension keeping him in Munich until 2025.
  22. 8 points
    Ian Kennedy

    Scott Kennedy

    The Austrian Liga has made the decision to finish the season. Scott is healthy and ready to play. I'm pasting an article from the Club's Website - google translation of Austrian German to English isn't perfect ... but close enough. Scott's injury was Osteitis pubis. A a non-infectious inflammation of the pubic symphysis causing varying degrees of lower abdominal and pelvic pain. Break brings Kennedy back into play From a sporting point of view, the Corona crisis has at least produced a beautiful story for Austria Klagenfurt. Because Scott Kennedy, for whom the season seemed to have ended at the beginning of the year, is back on the pitch and is therefore available to head coach Robert Micheu for the remaining eleven rounds of the 2nd division. After completely missing the fall series due to a pubic infection, Kennedy struggled back in the winter. The defender did much of the preparation and was used in friendly matches. But during the training camp in Belek, Turkey, the German-Canadian suffered a serious muscle injury. "We didn't expect it anymore, but the forced break did have something good," says Micheu, for whom Kennedy is "a strong alternative" at the Violet Defense Center: "Scott used the time and is in good physical shape . For him, as for everyone else, it is now a matter of finding the rhythm. " Last Monday, the professionals were allowed back on the pitch after almost ten weeks of abstinence. Kennedy got involved and was there when Austria entered team training on Thursday. “It felt great to finally be together with the other guys, to have the ball on my feet. We look forward to the championship starting again. ” Incidentally, the race for promotion has by no means been decided for the 23-year-old, who came to Klagenfurt from SV Grödig in summer 2018 and has played 29 games (three goals) in the second division since then. With an eight point lead, Ried has the best cards, says Kennedy, "but we will be a persistent hunter and will do everything we can to catch up with them." On the first weekend in June, the home game in the Wörthersee Stadium against Kapfenberger SV will continue. The 1.90-meter defense giant is hoping for its first season. Kennedy: "I'm ready! Of course I know that we have a strong squad and that we have a few alternatives for all positions. Competition is always good, the decision is up to the trainer. ” This gets tricky because the violets are in good shape despite the Corona break. On Saturday they fought a hot fight in an internal training game over two 25-minute sessions - and Kennedy was fully involved.
  23. 8 points
    El Hombre

    Frank Sturing

    I'm starting to believe that we have an AI bot that is slowly learning how to post on forums.
  24. 8 points
    Obinna

    Liam Millar

    Jadon Sancho (Dortmund), Reiss Nelson (Hoffenheim), Ademola Lookman (RB Leipzig), Jonjoe Kenny (Schalke) and Recce Oxford (Augsburg) are all recent examples of English-based players moved to the Bundesliga after being on the fringes of an EPL first team. Would be interesting if Liam became the latest example of that. It cannot be overstated how strong Liverpool are. We are not talking about West Ham, Everton, or even Arsenal. This is Liverpool we are talking about. Millar has done fantastic to be involved in this set up the way he has. The plan for him as communicated by Spitfire seems very logical to me. 5 subs per match would only increase Liam's chances of with the first team. Liverpool has the title pretty much wrapped up anyways. More first team games would be huge for his development. Then in fall he goes out on loan in the Championship or Bundesliga. Sounds pretty awesome if you ask me.
  25. 8 points
    Obinna

    The Road to Qatar.

    Canada is going up because they have confident but Netherlands is going down even with players at big clubs but what do you think the score would be? I think for Canada they will score more goals with Davies at AM which is his best position, but David will score too from LS because if he moved to Lyon for playing time he will get more minutes and Depay would move to the bench, which is Netherlands biggest threat because of his consistence at Lyon and Manchester United, but let`s say they play I still think Canada wins because players like Jonathan David are become more total football and Netherlands is not really total football anymore.
  26. 8 points
    SpursFlu

    The Importance of Alphonso Davies

    Well done Sportsnet. Showing every single game
  27. 8 points
    Confirmed troll. This is why no one takes you seriously.
  28. 8 points
    Obinna

    Jonathan David

    What's your opinion on David rejoining Ottawa Internationals?
  29. 8 points
    MM3/MM2/MM

    Class of 1998

    1998 (Transfermarkt value in thousands) 1. Zachary Brault-Guillard: (495t) Right Back, Montreal Impact, USA Tier 1. 2019 with Montreal [13-871-0-1] with Lyon B [14-1141-1-0]. CANMT 2018-19 [4-394-0-0]. U20NT 2017 [3-245-0-0] On the provisional U23 roster. 2. Terran Campbell: (138t) Forward, Pacific FC, Canada Tier 1. 2019 with Pacific FC 2019 [28-2334-11-2]. U17NT 2015 [5-51-0-0]. On the provisional U23 roster. 3. Tristan Borges: (275t) Winger, OH Leuven, Belgium Tier 2. 2019 with Forge FC [25-1815-12-5]. 2015 U17NT [6-514-1-0] 2017 U20NT [3-241-0-1] On the provisional U23 roster. 4. Liam Fraser: (275t) Midfield, Toronto FC, USA Tier 1 . 2019 TFC [9-810-0-0], TFC2 [2-180-0-1]. 2018-20 CANMNT [4-336-0 -1] 2017 U20NT [3-270-0-0]. On the provisional U23 roster. 5. Diyaeddine Abzi: (165t) Left Back, York 9, Canada Tier 1. On the provisional U23 roster. 6. David Norman Jr.: (220t) Midfield, Inter Miami USA Tier 1, . On the provisional U23 roster. 7. Harry Paton: (220t) Midfield, Ross County, Scotland Tier 1. On the provisional U23 roster. 8. Easton Ongaro: (83t) Forward, FC Edmonton, Canada Tier 1 . On the provisional U23 roster. 9. Zach Verhoven: (83t) Right-Back, Pacific FC, Canada Tier 1. 10. Malik Johnson: (220t) Winger, Tampa Bay, USA Tier 2. On the provisional U23 roster. 11. Sebastian Breza: (83t) Keeper, Bologna FC, Italy Tier 1. On the provisional U23 roster. 12. Aramis Kouzine : (83t) Forward, Aalborg, Denmark Tier 1. On the provisional U23 roster. 13. Richie Ennin: (138t)Winger, Zalgiris, Lithuania, Tier 1. 14. Matthew Baldisimo : (165t) Midfield Pacific FC, Canada Tier 1. 15. Matthew Nogueira: (0) Keeper, Maritimo U23, Portugal. On the provisional U23 roster. 16. Charles Brym: (0)Forward, Belenenses U23, Portugal. On the provisional U23 roster. 17. Gabriel Boakye: (83t) Winger, Koln 2, Germany Tier 4. On the provisional U23 roster. 18. Aidan Daniels: (138t) Winger, Colorado Springs FC, USA Tier 2. On the provisional U23 roster. 19. Patrick Metcalfe: (55t) Midfield, Homegrown, Vancouver Whitecaps, USA Tier 1. On the provisional U23 roster. 20. Kadin Chung (193t) Right Back, Pacific FC, Canada Tier 1. On the provisional U23 roster. 21. Elliot Simmons: (138t) Midfield, Cavalry FC, Canada Tier 1. 22. Marcel Zajac: (83t) Forward, Forge FC, Canada Tier 1. 23. Kosovar Sadiki: (55t) Centre-Back, Finn Harps, Ireland Tier 1 24. Ndzem Langwa: (110t) Left Back, Unattached, last with HFX, Canada Tier 1. 25. Robert Boskovic (165t) Centre-Back, Cavalry FC. On loan from TFC2 26. Gabriel Bitar: (55t) Winger, Carleton University, drafted by Cavalry FC. 27. Steve Furlano: (83t) Midfield, Unattached, last with York 9, Canada Tier 1. 28 Cyrus Rollocks: (83t) Forward, Unattached, last with York 9, Canada Tier 1. 29. Luca Ricci: (55t) Midfield, Unattached, last with Ottawa Fury, USA Tier 2. 30. Thomas Gardner: (165t), Midfield, UBC, drafted by Pacific FC. 31. Matthew Srbley: (193t) Midfield, TFC2, USA Tier 3.
  30. 8 points
    CanadaFan123

    The Voyageurs Soccer Supporters Corp.

    This is possibly the dumbest thread in the history of this site. I can tell you that the corporate legalese is all very standard and on the face of it isn’t at all suspicious. The cited by-law is just standard stuff that most corporations have. Also, just because there is talk of different class shares doesn’t mean that they’re being utilized. I’ll leave that to the Director(s) to clear up, if they even want to.
  31. 8 points
    jordan

    Dominik Yankov

    Further to your point, here he is in a Canada shirt
  32. 8 points
    Rintaran

    CPL General

    Reappearing for a moment here. Took me about 2 seconds to lift Lofty's ban. Seriously. Mod control panel, Member management, search "Lofty" and remove ban. No clue why those "looking into it" didn't just fix the issue. Not sure why he was banned, but I keep getting emails from here with reports and **** so I clicked into this bitchfest and was genuinely confused, as yeah, a straight-out ban seems weird as **** in an essentially unmoderated board. As there is no way to delete your own account, I have repeatedly asked to have my account deleted or at least have my modship removed, because cancer (which they won't treat during the pandemic) is likely to kill within the next 6 months or so, and I don't have time or patience to deal with the **** here. @RS I noted you mention that you've mod capabilities. Can you please just click on my damn profile and click "ban as spammer"? That'll make it so I no longer receive emailed reports. That'd be appreciated thanks.
  33. 8 points
  34. 7 points
    kacbru

    Jahkeele Marshall-Rutty

    Even more friendly writing advice re: redundancies above.
  35. 7 points
    gator

    Liam Millar

    You seem to think you know better than his father on what his plans are or what they should be, shakes head!
  36. 7 points
    An Observer

    The Importance of Alphonso Davies

    I think he turns to his hometown club, buys it, gets a new downtown stadium built and ushers in a new era as owner, manager and player of FC Edmonton.
  37. 7 points
    SpursFlu

    FC Edmonton Season Thread 2020

    FC Edmonton has a pretty good team it seems. Lost in all of the commotion its seems the caliber of player in CPL has taken a nice bump up
  38. 7 points
    Obinna

    The Importance of Alphonso Davies

    Personal preference, but I would not want Alphonso to go to Real Madrid. Very happy with where he is at. He is just 19 and starting regularly for one of the biggest clubs in the world. It is absolutely unnecessary for him to move on. Maybe down the road when he enters his prime, he could be tempted to try something new and move to England or Spain. Any move to a big club in England is probably lateral at best, perhaps with the exception of Liverpool, but who is to say where they'll be in 4-5 years time. Look where Liverpool were 4-5 years ago. As for Spain, the only two clubs that are arguably bigger are Barca and Real Madrid, every other club would be a step down. And if it came down to those two clubs, I would prefer Barcelona. At least there is an associated style of football at that club. Real Madrid just seem to buy the biggest player regardless of what kind of player they are. Just a personal qualm I have with them. All that said, I kind of want him to see out his whole career at Bayern and become a club legend. I don't think he needs to go anywhere else.
  39. 7 points
    Bdog

    The Road to Qatar.

    I think Canada will benefit from being a football power in CONCACAF because of the CPL helping Canada becoming a football power in CONCACAF from its creation. I think the expansion to 48 teams in 2026 will help though because even though I think Canada won't be football power by then I think the CPL could help it be a football power in CONCACAF by 2026 which is the year the World Cup with 48 teams happens. It would be interesting if the CPL helps create interest from countries who would maybe play us in friendlies like Argentina, Brazil, Germany, Switzerland, England even, Portugal, Uruguay, Croatia, Belgium, etc I could go on and on but maybe the CPL could help Canada to even think of or to even try to penetrate a France backline of Varane (Real Madrid )and Umtiti (Barcelona) in Qatar 2022 if the CPL helps us become a football power in CONCACAF
  40. 7 points
    Watchmen

    York9 - Season Thread 2020

    They might have used their one month free trial.
  41. 7 points
    El Hombre

    General Discussion on CMNT

    Just want to dissect this to see if I am reading this right: 1) "Mls is indeed a step too high for Crepeau to be a starter". So, am I to understand that you are saying that Crepeau is out of his depth at MLS? That he doesn't deserve to be there and would, in fact, not be a starter on any other team? Interesting. Because when you look at the stats, of the top 25 GKs in terms of minutes played, he has sixth highest save percentage (71.7% with 114 saves on 159 shots). Only Minnesota, LAFC and Portland have better GKs statistically in Vancouver's conference. So, he may make a lot of mistakes, but it doesn't look like any of those lead to goals. Further to that, at the age of 25, there are only two other GKs younger than him (in the top 25 in terms of minutes played) which makes his save percentage all the more impressive. The average age of those GKs is almost 32 years old, so getting someone seven years younger than the average to perform in the top 10 is pretty good. And finally, his 71.7% is a better season performance than all but one of Ousted's years and Ousted played on a conceivably better Vancouver team. Was he also not MLS level for the four seasons that Vancouver employed him? 2) "Waterman has looked good." While I hope that Waterman finds a place on the Impact, I'm having a hard time reconciling the notion that Waterman is MLS ready after 180 minutes of action with the idea that MLS is a step above Crepeau. I know that isn't what you were going for while bringing up Waterman, but I just can't reconcile those two ideas. 3) "but one of the best things about cpl is 6-8 Canadian gk's playing pro games every week..and surely thats a good pool to call a number 2 or 3 for now and maybe even a number 1 in the future" Crepeau played almost as many games in MLS (26 in 2019) as any GK could in the CanPL (28 game season). So even if playing time trumps quality of league, as you are stating here, they still aren't playing enough to be bumping him down the depth chart. Personally, I would prefer my goalkeeper to be facing the best competition possible on a regular basis.
  42. 7 points
    Cheeta

    CPL General

    Not right away, but truly it did. And it did it not pretending to be anything other than what it was. A 1st trial for players to move onto bigger and better things, if they could. And I think the CPL has got that about right. If we ever get back to playing again I think very, very quickly we'll find A LOT of Canadian prospects looking at utilizing CPL as their best chance to do just that, to move onto bigger and better things. At least a much better chance than just disappearing into an MLS reserve roster. But hey, at least in MLS you can make $20K more a year not to play. Not sure how not playing ever helped any footballers career move forward. An over simplification to be sure but I think the spirit of the statement is obvious. And in keeping with the generalization above I think is safe to say that if nothing else, CPL has already helped the careers of every single Canadian on an MLS roster who isn't in the 1st team just because that player has one more real option. Maybe not so much in for 2019 but with each passing season? Absolutely. It's funny how relationships, business or personal, can change so much when one side is no longer holding all the cards. Gawd damnit. I want my football.
  43. 7 points
    ray

    CPL General

  44. 7 points
    Buchta

    Dominik Yankov

    Sorry, a genuine Canadian? What does that even mean? He was born in Canada. Yankov played youth soccer in the Toronto area for a number of years.
  45. 7 points
    Winnipeg Fury

    CPL General

    My wife is fighting cancer right now. Very sorry to hear this and I am sorry you took so much heat on the forum. Focus on your health, take care and thanks for your contributions.
  46. 6 points
    N1ckbr0wn

    Liam Millar

    Eh, pay em no mind there spitfire. Now that neukers gone TGAA is the only village idiot left... I know that the rest of us consider Liam apart of our top 3 prospects, you have a lot to be proud of, thanks for keeping us up to date and know that the Vs will be cheering your family along the whole way!
  47. 6 points
    Updated first post in the thread to reflect Hoilett's 161 Premier League appearances. Only 33 short of Radzinski's record for a Canadian!
  48. 6 points
    Trois Reds

    Hello

    Hello everyone! Long time lurker, first time poster. I've been a soccer fan ever since '86, as soon as I saw Canada play France in the World Cup. Since then, I followed the old CSL (go North York Rockets) and continued following Canadian soccer through the old A-League until today. I was a referee for 10 years, played until my 30's, and have been rabidly following the CPL since 2016 when it was first announced in the news. I am originally from Toronto, and moved to Calgary two years ago. Because of this, my two favourite club teams are TFC and Cavalry FC, but I always cheer for and follow all Canadian professional teams, especially internationally. I know this forum isn't looked at very often, but I felt that my first post should be entered here, so you have a bit of an idea who I am if I start posting all over the board. I hope everyone is doing well and keeping safe in these trying times, and I look forward to reading and posting on here!
  49. 6 points
    Lofty

    CPL General

    At this point, all of my content appears to have been deleted, which includes all threads that were started by me. There is no way for this to happen accidentally. Perhaps someone (other than Rintaran) could look into whether it can be restored (the Valour 2020 thread, for example, had over 35 pages). It is certainly possible because the site will have regular database back ups. I would still like to know who banned me and deleted all of my content and why. It is cowardly to not own up and explain yourself. Stop cowering and be a man.
  50. 6 points
    Cheeta

    CPL General

    I have to echo that. To be clear, this isn't meant to devalue the importance of the various social media platforms out there, their importance to us cannot be over-stated. I just think we have to recognize that the Vs interact over a greater variety of theatres than we once did and have been doing so for years now really. People will gravity to the where they feel most comfortable with and that's fine, more than fine, just so long as we're still finding connection. I also think it doesn't hurt to reconginze that it's a very small group of individual liasons that do too much, and we need for them to continue doing more than their share in bringing our fractured community together for our common purpose. It is the thankless dedication of the volunteers who have kept this experiment going longer than I expect anyone could have imagined. Allez les Rouges. P.S. I want my football!
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