Jump to content

Rintaran

CSN Authors
  • Content Count

    563
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About Rintaran

  • Rank
    Late Game Sub

Contact Methods

  • Website URL
    https://northernstartingeleven.com

Profile Information

  • Interests
    CanPL, Canadian Teams, Local Soccer

Recent Profile Visitors

1,809 profile views
  1. All the Home Kits with the exception of Ottawa.
  2. Now, if they hid the releases at the bottom of an article for a big new signing... That would be something.
  3. Doh! I really should have read your edit. Didn't flag as new to me. Ah well. The official loss of defender Skylar Thomas, goalkeeper Mathias Janssens, and midfielders Ali Musse and Dylan Sacramento is not unexpected, but at least we know for sure now. https://valourfc.canpl.ca/article/valour-fc-transactions-2 Really wish Valour would post these updates in a more timely manner.
  4. That would be my guess. The CPL has confirmed he is remaining with the league: https://canpl.ca/article/ben-fisk-announces-departure-from-pacific-fc-reveals-hes-staying-in-cpl
  5. Fisk will not be returning to Pacific in 2020:
  6. The 2020 Schedule appears to have been released. First match is May 2nd @ 6:00pm - CS Longueuil vs CS Fabrose, with the final regular season match on August 30th: http://plsq.ca/calendrier-resultats/plsq-masculine Edit: The PLSQ Cup schedules appears to have been released as well: http://plsq.ca/calendrier-resultats/coupe-plsq
  7. I would have expected Blainville vs Ottawa as well, but I'm guessing it may be an "entered competition for the first time this year" thing, whereas Blainville have been there since the PLSQ received a spot.
  8. It confirms 14 home & away, not 14 spring & fall. We'll have to wait for tomorrow for anything official on that, but rumours are (and the wording in that article seems to indicate) that we're moving to single table.
  9. I like the split season format, but with only 1 CONCACAF League spot at play, I'd rather have the single table. If our Spring & Fall winners both qualified, much like the Central American teams, I'd be quite happy with the split table... I'd be even happier if we got 3 spots, again, like the Central American teams (Spring Winner, Fall Winner, non-champions with best aggregate Spring/Fall record).
  10. It's officially official. Catch the eulogy: https://canpl.ca/article/a-dark-day-in-canadian-soccer-official-eulogy-of-yorky-the-mascot
  11. Fury closed up operations in Ottawa & sold the franchise rights to The Miami FC. Edit: And it seems I was beaten to the reply. To expand a little further, only the USL franchise rights were sold, nothing else. The trademark rights for "Ottawa Fury FC" remain with OSEG, as far as we know. For all useful purposes, Fury are gone. Atletico Ottawa is a completely new venture, hosting their matches at the same place and with 1 of the OSEG partners involved in local management.
  12. The evolution of pro soccer in the nation’s capital will take a new step forward on February 11th with the new Canadian Premier League club backed by Spanish giants Atletico Madrid. From there, owners and key figures in the club will have as little as three weeks to get a manager, coaches and a full roster of players ready for pre-season camp, which is scheduled to start at the beginning of March for other CPL clubs. In the words of Sir Alex Ferguson, it’s squeaky-bum time for those building Atletico Ottawa.Many of the league’s top players and prospects have already signed elsewhere in the league, and much of the former Fury roster has found new clubs in both the CPL and USL, but there are still many players Atletico Ottawa can to look at and potentially sign before the regular season kicks off in April. The roster will likely include some loan players from the Atletico program, as well as some L10 and PLSQ players, however there is also a chance for Atletico Ottawa to pick up some fairly well-known names in the Canadian Soccer community. Here are five players that I think Atletico Ottawa brass should seriously consider making their first grouping of signings. -- Find the list & analysis on the NSXI Network. View full record
  13. The evolution of pro soccer in the nation’s capital will take a new step forward on February 11th with the new Canadian Premier League club backed by Spanish giants Atletico Madrid. From there, owners and key figures in the club will have as little as three weeks to get a manager, coaches and a full roster of players ready for pre-season camp, which is scheduled to start at the beginning of March for other CPL clubs. In the words of Sir Alex Ferguson, it’s squeaky-bum time for those building Atletico Ottawa.Many of the league’s top players and prospects have already signed elsewhere in the league, and much of the former Fury roster has found new clubs in both the CPL and USL, but there are still many players Atletico Ottawa can to look at and potentially sign before the regular season kicks off in April. The roster will likely include some loan players from the Atletico program, as well as some L10 and PLSQ players, however there is also a chance for Atletico Ottawa to pick up some fairly well-known names in the Canadian Soccer community. Here are five players that I think Atletico Ottawa brass should seriously consider making their first grouping of signings. -- Find the list & analysis on the NSXI Network.
  14. Agreed. And with that kind of price tag, we probably won't see Haber returning. Pretty sure this signing finalizes that release.
×
×
  • Create New...