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  1. Sounds good Jamie. I just wanted to make it easier and less work for you.
  2. Can we just buy individual tickets in Section 10 instead? $30 USD. Rows F to K are all available.
  3. I just booked! Looking forward to the game and meeting all of you.
  4. Mike, just bought my ticket - Section 129 Row B Seat 1.
  5. I 100% agree that MLS is the more stronger, deeper and respected league. China did lose to Uzbekistan and Syria but you also cannot downplay the fact that China 'only' lost 3-2 in S. Korea, beat S. Korea 1-0 at home and lost 1-0 in Iran. Canada beat Uzbekistan but that was a friendly in a neutral venue. China will definitely not qualify for the World Cup. I only brought up the Club World Cup match between Guangzhou and Club America because, well, my colleague always uses it as an example but also, because a CSL team has never played a MLS team so this is all we have to go by. Again, all I am saying is that based on the reasons outlined in my previous post, I think Guangzhou and Shanghai are better than, say, Portland Timbers, Seattle Sounders and TFC. But honestly, I really don't know enough about the abilities of the Chinese national team players to really comment.
  6. I often debate with my colleague on which league, CSL or MLS, is better. My colleague is familiar with the CSL and the China national team and also uses the "CSL has better top players" argument. I have accepted that the top few teams in the CSL are better than any team in MLS but I agree with Obinna in that the CSL as a whole is weaker than the MLS mainly because of depth. The China National team is mostly made up of players from Guangzhou Evergrande and Shanghai SIPG. China is often competitive against South Korea and Iran, both ranked in the top 25 so the domestic players on Guangzhou and Shanghai must be decent. Guangzhou also beat Club America in the Club World Cup a couple years ago. We often end up agreeing to disagree but it's good to see others debating this topic as well.
  7. Edwin

    Fikayo Tomori

    "...I enjoyed playing for Canada but now I am playing for England and I want to do the best for my country".
  8. Simeon Jackson has been called up for these games. http://bit.ly/2b3WO65
  9. Peter Schaad just reported on the TSN 1410 pregame show that David Edgar is on trial with the Whitecaps.
  10. Does Canada actually take part in the World Cup in FIFA 16? I've only played friendlies and I am already in 2019.
  11. http://www.barnsley.vitalfootball.co.uk/article.asp?a=407305 Simeon is a trialist with Barnsley but it doesn't sound like they are interested in keeping him.
  12. http://www.mlssoccer.com/news/article/2015/06/24/david-accam-shaun-maloney-injured-chicago-fire-welcome-mike-magee-back Per Yallop: "Signing him outright would be complicated, as the Vancouver Whitecaps hold a discovery claim on the player and would need to be compensated by Chicago in order for the Fire to bring him in full-time."
  13. Hume loaned to Fleetwood Town FC http://www.fleetwoodtownfc.com/news/article/hume-an-easy-decision-to-make-1433488.aspx
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