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  1. Liam got a goal and 3 assists in a 6-0 win o er Sunderland that’s 4 goals and 5 assists since returning from his loan at Kilmarnock
    10 points
  2. bwilly11

    Jonathan David

    Highlights of today on this website video. https://www.hln.be/sport/voetbal/belgisch-voetbal/jupiler-pro-league/met-dank-aan-hattrick-hero-david-aa-gent-boekt-ruime-zege-tegen-stvv~add5cea9/?referer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com%2F
    10 points
  3. I would say only really disappointing if you use David as your measuring stick, which is a nice measuring stick to have. I have liked what I have seen from him attitude-wise in getting his career back on track. David and Davies have been nothing but miraculous for us in the last year, but having Larin playing and contributing in decent league is certainly something the national team can use.
    9 points
  4. In a world where players come and go, it's interesting to see someone come and stay. Rollins isn't suggesting his kids are going to be internationals - he is using them as an example of how settled Bradley is in Canada.
    7 points
  5. England U23 Liam Millar opens the scoring against Sunderland
    6 points
  6. Ryan Lindsay signs with Dinamo Zagreb in Croatia. https://opsmpro.com/2020/02/ryan-lindsay-signs-to-european-giants-dinamo-zagreb/ https://www.croatiaweek.com/first-canadian-at-croatian-champions-dinamo-zagreb/ He's a 19 yr. old defender from Ottawa via TFC Academy
    6 points
  7. "We have a multi-year option on his contract and he is another player where we benefited from the league’s support with their international recruitment program in conjunction with the 21st Club" This 21st Club has really helped the league increase the quality of the international players coming in. Last year Adjei, Murofushi and Gattas were brought in and Murofushi. This year the internationals seem to be of a higher pedigree and they are younger and may not have reached their peak yet.
    5 points
  8. youllneverwalkalone

    Cyle Larin

    If you count assists, which of course we do because we are Canadians, Larin is the third leading scorer ffs!
    5 points
  9. That is one my worries, see below Moraes is exactly not what I would not want to happen to David. Wesley (what we knew/know Moraes as here) did not develop much so far, that I could tell. He was a big, physical forward (which David is not) , that did okay initially (did well against Na'arch but even my team did that) before going almost 3 months without a goal, scoring one and then getting seriously injured. Another example from the same area of the table, though at a different position (hard to directly compare stats) is Pablo Fornals. Still rated slightly higher than David
    5 points
  10. You lost me at Trafford.
    4 points
  11. BuzzAndSting

    The Road to Qatar.

    That is not Robert's move.
    4 points
  12. Another international signing is happening tomorrow.
    4 points
  13. For those of us who have been married for over 20 years, could you please explain the concept of "date nights"?
    3 points
  14. Aird25

    Jonathan David

    Obviously a pipe dream at this point, but I think his game is actually quite well suited to play alongside Messi as a Suarez replacement
    3 points
  15. Owen Stott (21 year old keeper) has signed with Stirling Albion in the Scottish 4th tier. He was born in Hamilton, Ontario. http://www.stirlingalbionfc.co.uk/stott-signs-on/ https://campbellsvilletigers.com/sports/mens-soccer/roster/owen-stott/10038
    3 points
  16. Bertuzzi44

    Jonathan David

    This is true. I am sorry, I couldn't help myself. I see the talent Canada has now yet feel somehow the CSA will f%#k it up. 16+ years posting here, so maybe cut a jaded Vee some slack
    3 points
  17. SirBobsaget

    Jonathan David

    Aston Villa paid Genk a fee of 22 million Euro for Moraes a 22 year old Brazilian forward that had 17 Goals in 48 Matches and 13 in 44 the year before. This winter window they also paid 8.5 million Euro to Genk again for a 27 year old attacker that has 10 goals in 28 matches, 32 in 51 year before. David is at 22 goals in 37 matches, already surpassing Moraes production. Granted there are of course some non goal scoring aspects to consider but the sort of baseline from Belgium would have David given his age and production at minimum 35 million Euro. Another consideration is he has onl
    3 points
  18. I'd like perruzza and Julian Dunn from TFC on loan.
    3 points
  19. Ansem

    CPL General

    "Canadian Premier League contributes to roadmap to the 2026 FIFA World Cup." https://www.fifa.com/who-we-are/new...ributes-to-roadmap-to-the-2026-fifa-world-cup
    3 points
  20. Kent

    The Road to Qatar.

    This. Regardless of what team I cheer for, I wouldn’t thank anyone for the unfair format that CONCACAF has this time around.
    3 points
  21. Colliedor

    Sebastian Breza

    Obviously most likely he won't play, but he was called up to Bologna's bench today.
    3 points
  22. Scott went back to Austria healthy and played in 4 friendly matches. Unfortunately, in the last friendly before the 1st game of the 2nd half of the regular season, he was injured. He will need approx 4 weeks to heal. He remains positive and looks forward to helping the team get promoted (Klagenfurt is in 2nd with 37 points).
    3 points
  23. Blackdude

    CPL General

    I like it if playoffs are one-offs.
    3 points
  24. Apparently Davies and Tomori are friends from being roommates at U20s.. interesting interview with him here: https://mobile.twitter.com/goal/status/1231938158297800704
    2 points
  25. Obinna

    Cyle Larin

    Depends on how you measure it. He has had a new lease on life based on game time. However, if you base it on goals per game then obviously not, as you have demonstrated. He is a striker so that is concerning. I wonder though, what do his assists per game look like? Would like to see that statistic. That's the thing about stats, you can use them to push whatever narrative you like. They are useful in that way. For me the jury is still out on Larin. I am happy he is playing more and he's clearly been doing more playmaking, but I want to see him scoring more. There is still time left in
    2 points
  26. I'm not a journalist but a few of my closest friends are and have told me that Ugarriza is the player. So I'm taking their word for it. Both Peruvian and Canadian sources
    2 points
  27. Hamilton lives in it's own bubble though. They hate being called a suburb of Toronto. So there's really no conflict with them since they don't identify as part of Toronto.
    2 points
  28. Can you try to add value to the discussion next time you make a post? Every other comment on the last two pages in this thread have been from you. They are either like this one, a wall of text with random data for no reason. Or they're wild statements like "Man I miss the good old days of Jack Warner and Sepp Blatter".
    2 points
  29. Peruzza looks like USL-1 is too easy for him. Needs a bit more resistance so yeah, a loan deal to Y9 would a great move.
    2 points
  30. Cheers. That's a shame. I thought he was useful. Hamilton and Vasconcelos look like potential upgrades though and I expect one of the signings this week will be another striker.
    2 points
  31. Blackdude

    CPL General

    f they go 4 teams, I'd want to see a Page Playoff system they do for our national curling championships. Team in 1st would get 2 home games too, so it rewards the team winning the league. And if you finish 3rd or 4th, you need to win 3 straight games.
    2 points
  32. Initial B

    CPL General

    3 out of 8 teams (37.5%) of the league makes the playoffs. I'd be fine keeping it at that number of teams until the league gets to 12 teams, then I'd add a fourth team to the playoffs to keep the ratio at 33.3%. I think it's a fine balance between having too many playoff teams that the regular season becomes meaningless, and too few playoff teams where the season soon becomes meaningless for most of the clubs.
    2 points
  33. Snowcrash

    Jonathan David

    The post was completely gratuitous because this is a Jonathan David thread. Poster should make more of an effort to stay on topic.
    2 points
  34. He's less experienced in competitive men's soccer than most of the players. But putting all our hopes for Qatar on getting a result away vs the States instead of planning more competently is not just on him, those who hired him continually show ineptitude.
    2 points
  35. They really need to sign some u21 Canadians.
    2 points
  36. SthMelbRed

    Jonathan David

    John Herdman has been a professional football coach for nearly 20 years. You may not like him personally, nor be impressed by his resume, but posting blatantly incorrect statements online in an attempt to disparage him only makes you look stupid. Try harder, mate.
    2 points
  37. I will repeat what I have said a few times: Canada would be in far better shape right now if we had simply don’t the job against Haiti in the Gold Cup. We were up 2-0 against a lower ranked team. If we had just finished them off, we would have gained valuable points and had an extra SF game to earn even more. If we had just done what we were supposed to do (and were entirely capable of doing), we would be in great shape to qualify for the hex for the first time in decades, and everyone would be thanking Victor for a format that would have basically delivered us into the hex. Hard to
    2 points
  38. He was subbed off at 66 to a standing ovation. Not a bad day and fresh for Thursday.
    2 points
  39. 2 points
  40. RS

    The Road to Qatar.

    You've said some really stupid things on here over the years, but lamenting that Victor Montagliani isn't more like Jack Warner may just be the dumbest.
    2 points
  41. Apparently assisted on the winner.
    2 points
  42. This. I hope we stick to this rather than the early MLS DP over the hill club. It's a different strategy. Eyes on the league and clubs that name signings bring is good but the potentially sell on value of some of these u23 players, foreign or not, is much better imo. I'd much rather we were a where stars are born opposed to a where stars come to die league. Obviously presumptuous on both of those things ever happening but I'm ok with the former strategy as it will help build the resources for our clubs and future Canadian talent to grow and thrive.
    2 points
  43. I still watch TFC, but mostly on TV, and if there’s a conflict, York 9 wins.
    2 points
  44. I don't think we should move on from Will Johnson for ideological reasons (such as "play your kids"). If he is still good enough, he deserves a place. If he is not then he does not deserve a place. Either way he must fight for his spot like everyone else. Same can be said for any of our players, not just Will. If there is a pragmatic reason to go young for a particular camp then so be it. I personally get excited when we invest in the future. However, to say no WJ because that's Rusty's spot? I don't agree with that, or at least I would add the caveat "it's Rusty's spot for now". If WJ f
    2 points
  45. Two wins against T&T would give us ~7.5 points Panama play both Nicaragua and Guatemala outside of the FIFA window first, so their ranking will change but if we stick to the: +4.6 -0.4 -5.4 line for El Salvador vs Panama and if we are about ~14.2 points behind now, then, Best case scenario: We beat T&T twice and Panama beat El Salvador - The gap shrinks from ~14.2 to ~1.3 2nd/3rd best case scenario: We beat T&T twice and Panama draw El Salvador - The gap shrinks from ~14.2 to ~6.3 We beat T&T in one game but draw the other and Panama beat El Salvador - Th
    2 points
  46. I'm probably the only Argos and y9 season ticket holder and there's no conflicts I believe.
    2 points
  47. February 21, 2020 My thoughts on the just released CPL 2020 schedule from the perspective of a York 9 FC fan. http://www.rocketrobinsoccerintoronto.com/reports20/20york015.htm
    2 points
  48. It's a great move to take on Friday nights. The guys in charge of this club aren't afraid to make changes for the betterment of the club. Going all in on Fridays is a big deal too. They aren't just having a game here and there but everyone knowing that Friday nights the game is on is a big deal. I'm with @Kent 7 years ago, anytime any place. Now with kids it's a different ball game, weekends are packed with all kinds of sports, functions, etc, Friday evenings are usually open. Kickoff times are not so late that I wouldn't be able to bring my boy to the games. Another thing about Fr
    1 point
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