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CDNFootballer last won the day on October 7 2019

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  1. 6133 in Halifax today : https://canpl.ca/matchcentre/bkml8n1v38rh9pon9u6g0hrmc/highlights
  2. Exactly, last time I asked the parrot for a source he couldn't and instead rambled on about it being in a thread somewhere, pathetically weak poster the parrot is.
  3. Attendance of 3000 for Valour vs Cavalry today. https://canpl.ca/matchcentre/bk7mirhmrbnt8vwvbob5zcglw/highlights
  4. 3449 attendance in Hamilton today. https://canpl.ca/matchcentre/bjpdudgxka2r49yjg9ncbojys/highlights
  5. Poor scheduling, just found the game on onesoccer using the search as it didn't show as an option with the CMNT game coming up automatically. There's some fans in the stands, not sure how many but more than a handfull. Have two screens going to watch both games!
  6. All of those facts are also part of pro sports leagues that are also Not single entity though and they don't make a league single entity(NHL for instance has some of those components). The actual definition of single entity does not fit the CPL and it never will because its simply not. In order not to drag this thread off topic here's the thread on this forum : https://www.canadiansoccernews.com/forums/topic/76407-cpls-independent-club-league-model-not-single-entity/ Back on topic, attendance in Halifax was 3446 today.
  7. ^^^^ Oh Gawd, the parrot rambles on again about his "single entity" misinformation BS re the Canadian Premier League.
  8. FC Edmonton's situation is concerning, but last Wednesday's game attendance or lack of it isn't one to judge things on. Weather was terrible, cold, windy, and pouring rain. I'm sure the Fath's are concerned as well since hiring Koch as coach likely wasn't a cheap option but they only have themselves to blame with the total lack of marketing for the team. Even in year one in CPL/2019 the team drew less than they did on average than their last season in NASL. The team needs a new owner or partner brought in and a revamp of the ops, with marketing $'s one of the main additions.
  9. Stadium is likely to be at the LEC grounds in Langley, its basically prepped for up to 7K seating to be installed already. https://www.surreynowleader.com/sports/canadian-premier-league-possibly-eyeing-fraser-valley-expansion/ The Transfermarkt story says it has learned that several German Bundesliga teams are interested in investing in a CPL club, which makes the possibility of expansion more likely. Their sources suggest that Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund and Werder Bremen could be among those interested in investing. It’s unclear which Fraser Valley city a CPL team would be located in, but venue possibilities could be Abbotsford’s Rotary Stadium, Langley’s McLeod Stadium or Chilliwack’s Exhibition Stadium. Another possibility could be the new turf field facility near the Langley Events Centre.
  10. Asking what the post in another language which I and some don't speak on here says is simply that. If you want to pretend or assume the post means something else then ramble on like usual.
  11. What does it basically say? Can't make much out despite 4 years of forced (by my dear Mother) french classes in high school by my dear Mother.
  12. There won't be a Caps farm team in CPL so your posting in the wrong thread, they'll likely be in the new MLS farm team league or BC league 1, not Canada's Division 1 Canadian Premier League. They'd probably do better in Kelowna though as previous Caps farm teams drew terribly and had little interest from fans in UBC and Langley before they folded the team.
  13. BC restrictions are 5K for Pacific FC, they were not at all close to that last night but coronavirus surely keeping some/many away from attending.
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