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  1. 17 points
  2. It must be amazing to get the shirt from a true great. I'm so happy for Neymar.
    16 points
  3. Floortom

    Jonathan David

    some positive news here. Galtier saying David is healing much faster than anticipated and he’s walking around well. He definitely won’t play the next two matches but it sounds like he should return before end of season.
    13 points
  4. JamboAl

    Atiba Hutchinson

    PVR’d the match and watched it last night. Atiba was all over the pitch; sometimes just behind the strikers and sometimes as a bit of a right back. It’s ridiculous how good he is at 38 playing every game in a packed schedule. The key thing I noticed was his ball retention; I wish he was just 1% as much appreciated by Canadian sports fans as fans of the clubs he has played for.
    13 points
  5. LeoH037

    Noble Okello

    Bit of a gut punch not having him with the U23s... what a baller
    10 points
  6. Thought he played well for the most part last night against Leon. Has some great wheels. I wouldn't transition him to LB yet, even though he's the traits to excel in that position. He needs more playing time as a winger, hopefully Armas will continue to put him on the field. I like what Deleon brings to the side, but would still rather see Jacob over him, and definitely over Endoh and Gallardo.
    8 points
  7. I have similar thoughts when watching. You know just feel like Alphonso has another gear but it’s so apparent that he’s being tamed by the tactical demands. It’s clear that, “give the ball to Coman, Kimmich, etc” and they will deliver the final product, via pass or strike. And that’s fair. He has world-class talent around him that do indeed produce. Perhaps it’s just a matter of Alphonso capitalizing on the one or two times in a match where he does push towards goal (we saw it more last season). All in all, Bayern have been pretty successful (putting it mildly) with their tactics but sometimes hard for us to take off our Canadian-footie-fan-glasses. So, while I have the same feelings as you about wanting him to want to be in the mix more offensively, I don’t think it’s up to him as I think we’ve see it’s in his character to indeed want to be in the mix as much as possible (there’s a word-salad for ya ;)). What I do love to see is how confident he was playing when he came on. A couple cheeky backheels, stepovers, pushing forward aggressively, not just playing safe etc. He came on with the attitude like, “hey.. I am in the same conversations as Neymar, Mbappe etc.. and I belong here”. We’ve never seen a Canadian do that. It’s really cool.
    8 points
  8. SoccMan

    OneSoccer

    So that stadium where TFC is playing tonight in Leon, the last time Canada’s men were in the World Cup in 1986 and the the first and only time , Canada played France in their first game of the 1986 World Cup losing 1-0 to France .
    8 points
  9. SoccMan

    Scott Kennedy

    This is a great story a Canadian player who starts in the German 6th. Division after leaving Canada at 18 to go to Europe and try his luck . Moreover a player who was never part of any of the youth national teams . Even if he never plays in Germany’s top league and just to reach this division in Germany considering where he started is incredible. Not taking away anything from this players accomplishments so far ,but it shows how desperate Canada is at that Center Back position that we are all hoping this kid either keeps playing well to become an everyday starter in Germany even at this level, which to me is not a bad level at all , I would compare it pretty closely to the English Championship. I know sometimes we just look at where a player plays to determine how good he is instead of just looking at the player but usually you have to be good to be playing where you play . Anyways it does seem like compared to the talent Canada has in all of the other positions there seems to be a big drop when it comes to Center Back , hopefully with guys like Kennedy improving that position will start matching the other positions on the rest of the field in terms of talent . Kennedy does remind me that not so long ago Canada did have a Center Back who played a few good seasons in Germany’s top division, Kevin McKenna a player that if we had him now I think would have probably solved some of the anxiety we are presently having with that position.
    6 points
  10. archer21

    Noble Okello

    Canadian Pogba? Does seem a waste of his skill set to be at CB to me.
    6 points
  11. Blackjack15

    OneSoccer

    Nice to see Kristian Jack on Onesoccer
    6 points
  12. El Diego

    Noble Okello

    RIP the Noble Okello to CB discussion, circa 2020 - April 7, 2021
    6 points
  13. kacbru

    Gold Cup 2021

    No, it means more shady CONCACAF refs decisions.
    6 points
  14. Except for this particular forum. We are always in a state of anxiety; it's not something that can be solved. In fact, I think anxiety might be the default setting of your most ardent #CanMNT supporters.
    5 points
  15. johnyb

    Scott Kennedy

    Not sure how these ratings work, but The Score app always picks the 3 Top Performers in each match and our boy Scott made the list.
    5 points
  16. apbsmith

    Jonathan David

    Just catching up now, absolute joke it was only a yellow and Davies a few weeks back was a red. I'm triggered. Here is hoping to a speedy recovery.
    4 points
  17. Dominic94

    Noble Okello

    It’s really lost on people that he was once a touted academy kid. He’s 20 he doesn’t need a loan, he’s to be given a chance to show his worth. the reality is that Vanney didn’t play the kids nor trust them, in Europe it’s not uncommon to see a 16 year old make his first team debut but here it’s rare. We play our kids too late and they lose years. TFC 2 was shambles which didn’t help, and I’d imagine that will change under Curtis, let’s not forget Red Bulls 2 was a good USL team under him.
    4 points
  18. Obinna

    Ayo Akinola

    With Cyle Larin and Lucas Cavallini netting hattricks last window, Corbeanu coming off a steller debut for Canada, and Jonathan David proving to be the hottest young forward in Ligue 1 right now, does anyone else feel that Ayo is kind of a "nice to have"? Don't get me wrong, because I absolutely want him to play for us, and I love his potential, but it just doesn't feel like our chances depend on him right now. His path to get minutes with Canada for me is not clear. The Gold Cup will be a "B" tournament from our perspective, so perhaps that's his chance, but our fortunes don't exactly hinge on him being available for June WCQ. Anyways, I would probably feel different if he was playing and scoring, but he's not, so it's easy to see it that way until he gets back on the field and reminds us why we all rate him so highly.
    4 points
  19. costarg

    Noble Okello

    Vanney
    4 points
  20. Macksam

    Luke Singh

    This, and if he plays CB, he should know a few good performances can even land him a call up with us.
    4 points
  21. That was the very definition of GOLAZO
    4 points
  22. Canuckistan2019

    Noble Okello

    Watching him right now you guys are insane if you think he can be a cb. He’s got too much skill
    4 points
  23. Bison44

    Luke Singh

    Oh i fully plan on getting hammered. It will be entertaining for me, less so for those around me. Good for Singh, even if it is one of those short term deals, hopefully he shows well tonight.
    4 points
  24. dyslexic nam

    Ayo Akinola

    Our chances certainly don’t “depend on him” in any capacity. We are getting stronger all the time and I don’t see that trend reversing soon. Having said that, for me, he is more than a “nice to have” situation. He was an absolute beast in the MLS is Back tourney and at his age his potential ceiling is pretty high IMO. And depth and competition for spots is always to our advantage. Cav probably won’t be around for too many more years, and as exciting as Corbeanu was, who knows where he goes from here. In 2026, Ayo could absolutely be in the conversation as a solid contributor for us. Maybe not, of course, but I definitely want him in the program. If he is fit in June, I would be calling him up if I was Herdman (and not just for cover for David).
    3 points
  25. sebdeserio

    Ayo Akinola

    Larin's best position isn't as a number 9, Cavallini's is but a hat trick against a national Sunday league team isn't much to write home about and if Vancouver can't get it together his play will suffer, David's best position isn't as a 9 but he's the second best 9 in the region, and Corbeanu isn't a 9 either. He's our 3rd best 9 and another successful MLS campaign where he gets to double digits will probably put him on par with Cavallini, or close enough that him being 8 years younger makes him more important.
    3 points
  26. gator

    Ayo Akinola

    I'm not a fan but I thought Mullins did really well last night, maybe I have low expectations for him, he did seem useful holding the ball up and drawing fouls to relieve the constant pressure TFC were under, in saying this if Jozy is done again and Akinola is still crocked TFC will struggle offensively from the striker spot, it might open some minutes up for Perruza!
    3 points
  27. SoccMan

    OneSoccer

    Ya I think that was a Dale Mitchell free kick if I recall correctly and yes I thought it was in by the way the net was shaking after that shot. Great memories, Tony Waiters set them up so that they didn’t get embarrassed, however, it was interesting to hear Gery Gray on a podcast just recently say that he believed that Waiters should have let them play a little less defensively, believing that goals would have been scored for Canada in that World Cup. I think Gray believed that the players were there for a goal or two to be scored if Waiters would have let them express themselves a bit more . However, can’t really blame Waiters for playing that style considering the opposition they faced. Just getting them there to that World Cup was quite an achievement and still is the only coach that has taken a Canadian men’s national team to a World Cup.
    3 points
  28. longlugan

    OneSoccer

    Yes we deserved a tie in that game. Canada was tactically sound and we kept an extremely talented French team at bay for almost all of it. Btw I don't think we hit the post but the pole that supports the net in the back. Made the whole net shake and look like we scored if I recall correctly. I dream of the day Canada is in it again.
    3 points
  29. SthMelbRed

    OneSoccer

    We should've gotten something from that game, even though France were one of the best teams in the world at the time. If I recall correctly, they scored the only goal of the game quite late, and the Duze had hit the post with a shot a short time earlier. Had we gotten a result there, who knows what might have been different in the other 2 group games.
    3 points
  30. Macksam

    Noble Okello

    So you all now know why I co-signed the thread about eventually overtaking Mexico?
    3 points
  31. I believe the headline should read: ”Neymar got Alphonso Davies’ shirt at full time”
    3 points
  32. SthMelbRed

    Noble Okello

    Yes, because it's possible to be too skilful as a CB. Somebody better alert Virgil Van Dijk.* *I don't have an opinion on whether or not Noble Okello can or should be played at CB. However, to suggest that he's too skilful to play there is a foolish assertion. It's like saying that a particular player is too big to play as a winger or full-back. That being said, that's a different claim than saying that he'd be better deployed in midfield in a particular team, depending on the other options across the pitch.
    3 points
  33. Imagine if you put Okello in the Delgado position where he has the freedom to roam and chase down the ball. The difference is that once he wins it, he'd have the skill to actually make a play with the ball.
    3 points
  34. Chad_Impact

    Noble Okello

    3 points
  35. Chad_Impact

    Noble Okello

    3 points
  36. MM3/MM2/MM

    Class of 1998

    Now up to 40 players. 1998 (Transfermarkt in euros) [GP-Min-G-A-US] Keeper [GP-Min-SO-Ave-US] 1. Alistair Johnston: (2m) Right-Back, 2021 Nashville SC, USA Tier 1, CMNT 2021 [2-89-1-1-0] U17NT Camp 2015. 2020 Nashville SC [21-1680-0-0-2] 2. Liam Fraser: (1.5m) Midfield, Homegrown 2021 Toronto FC, USA Tier 1 CMNT 2018-20 [4-336-0-1-6] U20NT 2017 [3-270-0-0]. On the provisional U23 roster. 2020 TFC [14-444-0-0-9] 3. Zachary Brault-Guillard: (800t) Right Back, 2021 CF Montréal, USA Tier 1. 2021 CMOQ 2021 [4-316-0-0-0] CMNT 2018-19 [4-394-0-0]. U20NT 2017 [3-245-0-0] 2020 CF Montréal [27-2283-0-1-0] 4. David Norman Jr.: (200t) Midfield/Centre Back, 2021 Cavalry FC, Canada Tier 1. CMOQ [4-395-0-0-0] U20NT 2018 [4-198-0-0-0], 2020 Inter Miami USA Tier 1 DNP 5. Harry Paton: (350t) Midfield, 2021 Ross County [32-2106-1-4-1] Scotland Tier 1. U17NT 2015 [5-392-0-0-0] On the provisional U23 roster. 6. Patrick Metcalfe: (150t) Midfield, Homegrown, 2021 Vancouver Whitecaps, USA Tier 1. CMOQ 2021 [4-360-0-0-0] 2020 Vancouver Whitecaps [7-199-0-0-11] 7. Aidan Daniels: (125t) Winger, 2021 Oklahoma City, USA Tier 2. CMOQ 2021 [4-145-0-0-0] Toulon U20 2018 [4-249-0-0] U20NT 2017 [1-31-0-0] U17NT 2015 [2-71-0-0] 2020 Colorado Springs, USA Tier 2 [16-1289-3-3] 8. Easton Ongaro: (150t) Forward, 2021 FC Edmonton, Canada Tier 1. On the provisional U23 roster. 2021 on loan to Vendsyssel FF Denmark Tier 2 [7-435-2-0-2], 2020 FCE [7-480-3-0-0] 9. Tristan Borges: (200t) Right-Winger, 2021 Forge FC on loan from OH Leuven, Belgium Tier 1. U17NT 2015 [6-514-1-0] U20NT 2017 [3-241-0-1] On the provisional U23 roster. 2020 OH Leuven DNP 10. Terran Campbell: (125t) Centre- Forward, 2021 Pacific FC, Canada Tier 1. U17NT 2015 [5-51-0-0]. On the provisional U23 roster. 2020 Pacific FC [10-479-1-1-0]. CANADA: 1. Diyaeddine Abzi: (150t) Left Back, 2021 York United, Canada Tier 1. CMOQ 2021 [1-8-0-0-3] 2020 York United [5-438-0-0-0] 2. Kadin Chung: (175t) Right Back, 2021 Pacific FC, Canada Tier 1. U20NT 2017 [1-90-0-0] U17NT 2015 [6-540-1-0], On the provisional U23 roster. 2020, Pacific FC [9-765-0-1-1 ] 3. Elliot Simmons: (150t) Defensive Mid, 2021 Cavalry FC, Canada Tier 1. U20NT 2 camps 2015, 2017. 2020 Cavalry FC [10-627-0-0-0] 4. Matthew Baldisimo : (175t) Midfiled, 2021 Pacific FC, Canada Tier 1. 2020 [10-875-0-0-0] U17NT 2015 [4-315-1-0] 5. Marcel Zajac: (75t) Forward, 2021 Forge FC Canada Tier 1? Training with Watra Bialka Tatrzanska. Poland Tier 4 2020 Forge FC, [4-237-0-0-6]. 2015 U18NT Camp, 2014 U17NT camp 6. Thomas Gardner: (150t), Midfield, 2021 UBC, drafted by FC Edmonton. 2020 DNP, 2019 UBC [18-1610-5-4-2] 7. Matteo Polisi: (0) Attacking Mid, 2021 Pacific FC, Canada Tier 1 2020 DNP 2019 Simon Fraser, NCAA [15-1367-8-3], TSS Rovers, USA Tier 4 [13-1060-6-0] 8. Victory Shumbusho: (0) Forward 2021 Drafted by Pacific FC from UBC 2020 DNP 2019 UBC, U-Sports [20-1344-11-1] Victoria Highlanders, USA Tier 4 [10-746-4-4] 9. Reggie Laryea: (0) Defender 2021 Drafted by Atlético Ottawa from York Lions, 2020 DNP 2019 York University [19-1151-0-1] Sigma FC Canada Tier 3 [12-941-0] U15NT 2013 Camp, U18NT 2015 2 camps 10. Chris Malekos: (0)Centre-Back, 2021 Drafted by Atlético Ottawa from Carleton Ravens. 2020 DNP 2019 Carleton [10-x-1-x-x] Ottawa South United Canada Tier 3 [6-471-0-x-x] EUROPE: 1. Charles Brym: (150) Forward, 2021 Mouscron, Belgium Tier 1 [7-198-0-0-3] CMOQ 2021 [4-254-0-0-0] MNT 2020 [3-202-1-0-0] 2. Sebastian Breza: (100t) Keeper, 2021 Bologna FC, Italy Tier 1. CMOQ 2021 [0-0-0-0-4] On the provisional U23 roster. 3. Richie Ennin: (300t)Winger, 2021, Tom Tomsk Russia Tier 2 [14-1211-4-3-0] on loan from Spartaks, Latvia Tier 1. U17NT, 2015 [2-96-0-0] 4. Matthew Nogueira: (0) Keeper, 2021 Maritimo U23 Portugal , [1-90-0-2-2] CMOQ 2021 [0-0-0-0-4] 5. Gabriel Boakye: (75t) Winger, 2021 Lokomotive Leipzig , Germany Tier 4, [11-685-2-2-4]. U20NT 2017 [3-204-0-0] U17NT 2015 [5-450-0-0] On the 2020 provisional U23 roster. 6. Kosovar Sadiki: (50t) Centre-Back, 2021 Finn Harps, Ireland Tier 1 [3-270-0-0-0] U20NT 2017 [2-180-0-0] U17NT 2015 [4-315-1-0] 7. Matt Durrans: (25t) Forward, 2021 TSV 1860 Munich, Germany Tier 3 [2-8-0-0-7] 2021 TSV 1860 Munich II, Germany Tier 5 [25-1737-5-3-1] USA: 1. Malik Johnson: (200t) Winger, 2021 Real Monarchs 2020 Tampa Bay, USA Tier 2 [13-545-2-3-9]. U17NT 2015 [4-94-0-0-0] On the provisional U23 roster. 2. Gloirie Amanda: (150t) Forward 2021 Oregon State, NCAA [11-985-12-6-0] U18NT Camp 2015. 3. Matthew Srbley: (175t) Midfield, 2021 Tampa Bay Rowdies 2020 DNP TFC2, USA Tier 3, on loan to Thisted United, Denmark Tier 3 [5-101-0-0-1] 4. Massimo Ferrin: (75t) Attacker 2021 Loudoun United USA Tier 2, 2020 [6-271-0-0-2] One U18NT camp 5. Matt Constant: (0) Centre-Back 2021 Kanas City 11, USA Tier 2, 2020 University of North Carolina, NCAA [6-586-1-1-x] Attended U20NT camps in 2017. 6. Ndzem Langwa: (110t) Left Back, 2021 Ocean City, 2020 DNP, 2019 with HFX, Canada Tier 1 [24-1657-0-04]. 2014 U17NT Camp Unattached: 1. Zach Verhoven: (100t) Right-Back, 2021 Unattached, 2020 Pacific FC, Canada Tier 1 [9-308-1-1-1] 2. Gabriel Balbinotti: (75t) Forward 2021 Unattached , 2020 Forge FC [6-203-0-0-5] Drafted by Forge FC from UQTR. 3. Robert Boskovic (165t) Centre-Back, 2021 Unattached, 2020 Cavalry FC. On loan from TFC2 [6-479-0-0-3] 2020 U23NT provisional roster 4. Gabriel Bitar: (50t) Winger, 2021 Unattached, 2020 Ottawa South United, Canada Tier 3, Carleton University, DNP, drafted by Cavalry FC. 5. Steve Furlano: (83t) Midfield, 2021 Unattached, 2020 DNP 2019 York United, Canada Tier 1 [15-516-0-2-9] 6. Cyrus Rollocks: (83t) Forward, 2021 Unattached, 2020 DNP 2019 York United, Canada Tier 1 [9-292-0-0-4] 7. Luca Ricci: (50t) Midfield, 2021 Unattached, 2020 DNP 2019 Ottawa Fury, USA Tier 2. [0-0-0-0-3] 8. Aramis Kouzine : (100t) Forward, 2021 Unattached, 2020 Aalborg, Denmark Tier 1, Reserves [2-180-1-0-0], SK Dnipro Ukraine Tier 1 (0-0-0-0-2] On the provisional U23 roster. 9. Michel Djoazandry: (50) Defender, 2021 Unattached, 2020 Atlético Ottawa [1-6-0-0-6]
    3 points
  37. SoccMan

    Gold Cup 2021

    Like it or hate it at least when a ball crosses the line they can go to VAR and see if it was a goal or not . Moreover, at least they can have a look at controversial calls like the famous offside call against the US in that famous Gold Cup game , it doesn’t mean they will get it right even after they look at it but at least they have the option to go look at it .The worst feeling is when there is no VAR you know they can’t go have a look at it again because there is no VAR.
    3 points
  38. Probably had instruction to stay back a bit to not get burned on the counter (i.e. Mbappe) All in all, Flick had a lapse in judgement not starting Davies, Bayern just took on a whole different shape once he came on. Unfortunately they were chasing the game at that point.
    3 points
  39. Shway

    Tajon Buchanan

    Okay let me catch up... @Unnamed Trialist Made up a bullshit stat, then ignored it. Then directed it back to me saying that "I'm not cultured, and I'm talking about my own personal experience. I'm pretty sure I've been exposed /immersed to more cultures than yourself, and I know for fact that I've had to adapt/change in certain situations where I was the only minority. But you'll talk out your ass again and say something from your residence somewhere in the hills of Spain as if you've experienced what I have. But sheit this isn't about me....so I'll get back to the main point. @El Diego Brought a perfect research for reference that ultimately states that extra special attention is needed for a foreign player to perform/succeed. But somehow my perspective is a straw man because you can't relate. So we bring up Reyna, and Pulisic as comparison - but I'll tell you the obvious difference which is a simple as being called a Yankey vs a Monkey. So I'll just void that as I don't want to go down a road that you will never be able to relate with. Davies was a big transfer fee, big investment, big club who rolled the red carpet out for the World Class talent that he is. For example Manchester City brought Gabriels entire entourage so that he could be comfortable/acclimatize adjust to England. David is Lilles club record transfer fee, big investment, and the club rolled out the red carpet for David. Ultimately all these guys are not comparable to Tajon. He is not the calibre of Davies or David - yet. A top young Canadian International at the time, who was a little bit younger than Tajon is now... went to a team in Portugal (albeit not Sporting) and I know that exactly what I'm mentioning "acclimatizing, language barrier, etc" played an affect on how he performed. He's a personal family friend. Dero and Atiba in their early careers experienced the same kind of adversity - and hearing it from the formers mouth. So this isn't based on my life experience, but based on the experience of them and many others. But hey, once again - I can't expect any of you guys to have a valid perspective on this other than to say "different people deal with things differently"....just don't think everyone can do the #shutupandplay
    3 points
  40. costarg

    Ayo Akinola

    I agree with most saying Ayo's path will be difficult, but he's young, powerful and has a nose for goal. One more good season and transfer to EU talks and we'll all be back on the bandwagon. Regardless of the competition, the US is still trying to cap tie him. They won't just let him go that easily. His biggest hurdle is he's at TFC, and they just love to hoard young players, which doesn't really help with their development. Dike's loan is the best thing that could've happened to him.
    3 points
  41. CanadaFan123

    Tajon Buchanan

    Except OH didn't go to England, he went to Germany.
    2 points
  42. gator

    Tajon Buchanan

    Just off the top of my head I would say Millar, Tomori, Corbeanu , Peters, Simpson, Jackson and indirectly Hoilett and H####### became better players in England!
    2 points
  43. Free kick

    Tajon Buchanan

    I would prefer anywhere but England. No cnd player who has ever left canada to go play over there has ever developed into a better player. There is long history of this and its hard to refute when you look at the track record of players who have left canada and gone overseas. Many who have gone to Europe (but not to england) have developed their professional careers, moved to better clubs, been better able to leverage their experience to improve our MNT team in concacaf play....etc etc. Those who have ended up in england, Its been the opposite. They become squad guys, they stay at the same club or move around from club to club within the same league and so forth. If their clubs gets promoted, the clubs sells them...etc etc . I could go on forever. There is alos the matter of the bureaucratic paperwork needed and required that really works against canadian players playing in the UK. Dont recall the exact details but you are better off being from other parts of the world than from Canada. You may have an affinity for that partbof that region and that fine. But its doesnt mean that its been good for our overseas players.
    2 points
  44. MtlMario

    Ayo Akinola

    For me personally having us as a "fallback" doesn't cut it. If you only want to wear the Maple Leaf on your chest only when nobody else wants you (or it would be good for your club career) well then I don't want you either. There SHOULD be PRIDE and HONOR when playing for your country(especially if you lived here most of your life). Anyways that's how I feel. Waiting for the usual replies.
    2 points
  45. Not sure why they took Okello out of the match at the half, he looked fantastic out there. Altidore looks like he's dropped about 75 pounds, but still pulls his hamstring regardless. Good performances from all the Canucks, except for Perruzza who of course didn't play. After Dorsey managed to be the only player not to make a positive contribution to the match, I hope that we have Nelson, Marshall-Rhutty out to play wide right next week instead.
    2 points
  46. Canuckistan2019

    Noble Okello

    He was balling out honestly. Him having those long legs help close down so much space and is very skilful for a 6’5
    2 points
  47. Why is Dorsey there , put a fucken Canadian in there seriously !
    2 points
  48. LeoH037

    Ayo Akinola

    Big fan of Ayo and I hope he commits to us, but if Canada ends up qualifying to Qatar and only then does he decide to join the program, then I'd be more than glad to snub him. As far as a world cup goes, I rather reward the players who help us to get there with the experience of actually getting to play in it.
    2 points
  49. Shortdutchcanuck

    Ralph Priso

    https://www.wakingthered.com/platform/amp/2021/4/7/22353074/exclusive-out-of-the-shadows-and-into-the-spotlight-the-emergence-of-ralph-priso-toronto-fc?__twitter_impression=true
    2 points
  50. No chance IMO we see him play for Caps 1st team again, last year he was training with the youth and I think that sums up what they think. Vancouver's fault here, he should have never been pushed into the spotlight at that age when he was no where near ready but I guess on the back of the Davies transfer they wanted to play up their pipeline. He's played 8/16 matches he's dressed for SPAL, hasn't played a full 90 yet in the league, played 69 minutes out of a possible 360 in the last four matches. I really don't get why people think SPAL will purchase him.
    2 points
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