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  1. Assume MLS and CPL will start later than late March so this means we have almost full inventory to select from for Olympic qualifiers. Question is how strong (or weak) do you make the Olympic team vs the MNT team playing on the same dates?
  2. CSA controlled the content of this highlight package so the USSF wouldn't have a full and comprehensive match to study prior to their game.
  3. Now we see why Wilkinson departed and quit Canada, she had another job lined up with the FA:
  4. BREAKING NEWS - PANAMA MIGHT GO INTO LOCKDOWN Newsroom Panama just announced that if the pandemic continues to spiral out of control, the country will go into lockdown. https://menafn.com/1101220239/Panama-Lockdown-return-still-on-the-cards
  5. Anyone have any update on whether Milan and his club have returned to play?
  6. Let's hope Cavallini makes the striker decisions difficult for JH.
  7. Always smart of players to keep their education options alive if they can.
  8. Dr. Bontis has three children (two sons and one daughter), Charlie and Dino play for Toronto FC, while Tia competes for the World Champion CheerSport Sharks. https://www.torontofc.ca/players/charlie-bontis https://www.torontofc.ca/players/dino-bontis
  9. I think we need to appreciate that having our best players available (and healthy) for March qualifiers is far more important than having a camp in January with a small sample of the actual team. Indeed, we all would love to watch more footy and have the national team play all the time. I agree that more games and more camps is always better. BUT, we need to think smartly. In this unprecedented pandemic environment, with the increased risk of our players and staff getting sick while travelling, plus the significant financial constraints I'm sure the CSA is suffering from, let's ju
  10. Very big impact on Canada Soccer and gave back to the community. RIP Tony.
  11. It's quite simple actually. According to Canada Soccer's rules and regulations available on their website, any adult with a "background police check" can be nominated for a position on the CSA Board of Directors. Elections take place each year at the Annual Meeting which are normally held in May. COVID wiped out 2020's Annual Meeting. There will be another one in May 2021. A call for nominations is typically posted in January each year. Then a nominee runs a campaign to generate support from voters across the country. Voters are called "members" and include professional clubs (CPL and MLS),
  12. We need NEW money coming into Canada from external partners. Investors from France would be welcomed. So would investors from Germany, England and Italy too. The more investors from big-time clubs we get, the stronger support we have for the CPL in the long-run.
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