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Zem last won the day on July 25 2020

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  1. You shouldn't be, in the last few years Vedat Muriqi, Mbaye Diagne and Yusuf Yazici have all sold for prices in that range after standout seasons in the Super Lig as strikers in their 20s.
  2. This year it will be players born 2000 or later, so no. The math is the same as with youth national teams, i.e. the year of the season or tournament minus the age category, so 2021 - 21 = 2000
  3. No, with 6 or fewer months left on their current contract players are allowed to enter contract talks with other clubs and can sign pre-contracts; the key point of the Bosman ruling is that when a player's contract expires in the EU they always have the ability to sign with a club in another EU country on a free transfer. Previously, a club could still demand a transfer fee from a foreign club if they wanted to sign one of their out-of-contract players. The player could still sign domestically on a free, but this meant that clubs could block an out-of-contract player from moving abroad. R
  4. Looks like Jérémy Gagnon-Laparé might be joining the Wanderers, he played for the Fury at the Grounds in the Voyageurs Cup in 2019. He'd be a perfect fit for them I think, exactly the kind of box-to-box midfielder Hart wants in his system.
  5. Only a third of Moncton's population is actually francophone (and only just over 40% are bilingual), so an exclusively francophone name there wouldn't make any sense. A Montreal club ought to have a bilingual name as well (being the most bilingual major city in Canada and all), but Quebec naming laws might discourage them from doing that. It might require some sort of license agreement, but the Gatineau Olympiques have never had any trouble, so I doubt it would be an issue if they wanted to use the name. Not to mention that there was an NASL team in Montreal with that exact
  6. Speaking of Eikon, I noticed that Leotrim Reka is signed with them; I wonder if he could be headed back to Winnipeg.
  7. He was a 9-goal scorer in Venezuela's top division in 2019, so it doesn't seem like much of a stretch honestly
  8. People on this forum think "cap-tying" means tying players up and forcibly capping them
  9. Apparently set to sign for a club in Cambodia, which should be a fun new chapter for him. I'd bet it's probably Visakha, the defending cup winners, who are based in Phnom Penh and are looking for a new starting striker after losing their leading scorer from last season, Croatian Filip Mihaljević. They'll be playing in the preliminary round of the AFC Cup in April.
  10. Vendsyssel fired their manager a week ago, after their last match. Unfortunate that he got benched as a result despite scoring in his last two appearances.
  11. None of Suwon's four foreign players travelled for the final knockout stage matches, so it's not just him at any rate.
  12. The Caribbean Club Championship is open only to nations whose top division meets CONCACAF's critirea for professionalism and grants two spots to each nation, with the winner qualifying for Champions League and the next two finishers qualifying for CONCACAF League. The fourth-placed finisher goes to a play-off with the winner of the Caribbean Club Shield for the third and final spot in CONCACAF League. The Club Shield is open to any and all other CFU members, who each get one spot, and only the winner gets a chance to play in CONCACAF League. The format is like this for financial reasons (
  13. It's possible he doesn't have his Canadian citizenship yet, which would make getting a US visa much more complicated.
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