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  1. I commend Herdman last night. Tactically spot on in my opinion. Backline was great. Piette was exceptional. Fraser came in for his first ever game probably had people worried. Junior and Cavallini late subs. Many people don't ever have Osorio in their starting midfield but I can't remember a bad game he's had for Canada this year. 👏
  2. I love Bradley and everything hes done but TFC is better off utilizing Fraser and spending their money elsewhere on the team.
  3. Never been a huge fan of his but honestly was absolutely outstanding last night.
  4. It is for everyone on here! Unfortunately we are just a small portion of this country.
  5. I wouldn't be surprised with De Rosario since he is so involved with soccer in this community still.
  6. Canadians in MLS 2019 Player Team Position GP GS MP G A Mark Anthony Kaye Los Angeles FC CM/LB 31 27 2501 4 8 Samuel Piette Montreal Impact CDM 25 25 2220 0 0 Russell Teibert Vancouver Whitecaps CM/CDM 27 26 2202 0 3 Doneil Henry Vancouver Whitecaps CB 25 24 2123 4 1 Tesho Akindele Orlando City ST/W 28 22 1880 10 2 Jonathan Osorio Toronto FC CM/CAM 24 18 1756 5 4 Will Johnson Orlando City CM 21 20 1697 1 1 Shamit Shome Montreal Impact CM 27 18 1627 1 1 Richie Laryea Toronto FC RB/RWB/CM 20 16 1468 1 2 Derek Cornelious Vancouver Whitecaps CB 17 16 1426 1 0 Kamal Miller Orlando City CB 16 14 1350 0 0 Zach Brault-Guillard Montreal Impact RB 13 9 871 0 1 Theo Bair Vancouver Whitecaps ST 17 10 824 2 2 Liam Fraser Toronto FC CDM 9 9 810 0 1 Mathieu Choiniere Montreal Impact CM 17 6 681 0 1 Jordan Hamilton Columbus Crew ST 18 7 679 4 0 Jacob Shaffelburg Toronto FC LW 10 8 672 0 1 Anthony Jackson-Hamel Montreal Impact ST 16 6 618 3 0 Jay Chapman Toronto FC CM/CAM 17 5 522 2 2 Tosaint Ricketts Vancouver Whitecaps ST 8 6 482 1 2 Clement Bayiha Montreal Impact RB/RWB 11 4 469 0 1 Tajon Buchanan New England Revolution ST 10 4 391 0 2 Brett Levis Vancouver Whitecaps LB 9 3 330 0 0 Ashtone Morgan Toronto FC LB 9 3 308 1 0 Ayo Akinola Toronto FC ST 8 2 253 1 1 Raheem Edwards Chicago Fire LWB/LB 4 2 244 1 0 Dejan Jakovic Los Angeles FC CB 3 2 181 0 0 Ballou Jean-Yves Tabla Montreal Impact ST/W 4 1 127 0 0 Daniel Kinumbe Montreal Impact LB 1 1 67 0 0 Brian Wright New England Revolution ST 2 0 10 0 0 Callum Montgomery FC Dallas CB Thomas Meuilleur-Giguere Montreal Impact Loan Karifa Yao Montreal Impact CB Luca Ricci Montreal Impact CM Julian Dunn-Johnson Toronto FC CB Noble Okello Toronto FC CDM Aidan Daniels Toronto FC Loan Simon Colyn Vancouver Whitecaps CAM Michael Baldisimo Vancouver Whitecaps CDM David Norman Jr. Vancouver Whitecaps CM Player Team Position GP GS MP S GA Maxime Crepeau Vancouver Whitecaps GK 26 26 2340 114 46 Greg Ranjitsingh Orlando City GK 2 2 180 4 3 Dayne St Clair Minnesota United FC GK James Pantemis Montreal Impact GK Jason Beaulieu Montreal Impact GK Thomas Hasel Vancouver Whitecaps GK Sean Melvin Vancouver Whitecaps GK
  7. Achilles is a tough injury to come back from but i no doubt believe he would have been called to some of our camps and likely been the first CMNT player to play for Canada while playing in the CPL.
  8. Eustaquio, Davies & Miller will be doing Footy Talks this Friday at the Rec Room. Speaking of Eustaquio, anyone that is following Canada Soccer social media platforms would notice that there has been a large amount of posts/stories on Eustaquio and his first call to the program (more than other recent commits). It could be this is one of Canada's top dual national prospects to commit to Canada in awhile. It could be the fact there seems to be an overall increased amount of marketing this camp. It could be that it is vs USA in our biggest game in quite some time. I don't want to read to much into and assume he is going to start & or play, I just thought it was interesting how much focus has been on Eustaquio.
  9. Luckily for him, an ACL is less likely to affect his game as it might with someone who could lose speed, etc. He's an intelligent player but isn't afraid to tackle. Not sure he is Piette tough, but will be interesting to see how it affects his physicality. I'm sure once he gets going and comfortable again, he will be back to his normal self. Assuming he hasn't come back too early. As for his chances at Cruz Azul. Yotun, Alvarado, Elias & Pineda are well liked but are all more attacking or better out wider. Pineda has been pinned as one of the next Mexicans to jump overeseas for a couple years now but has remained domestically. In terms of defensive midfielders his biggest competition is Rafa Baca who is much older. I suspect & hope Eustaquio will overtake him in the coming months.
  10. I agree that he has it is tough with Cruz Azul's midfield and agree that this might not be the game to throw him in. But Cruz Azul's midfield isn't performing up to Cruz Azul standards over the past season. Along with Yotun, Pineda is fantastic. Elias, Baca & Rodriguez are all strong as well. Did you ever watch him play for Chaves or Portugal U21? He was regularly Chaves best player in games. In Portugal U21 he spearheaded that defensive midfield position alongside players such as Joao Felix, Diogo Jota, Gedson & Horta. Many of his teammates are already being capped by the Portugal Senior team. To be honest, I am frankly shocked he joined Canada as soon as he did. But given the young talent that Portugal is producing, he probably saw a brighter future playing for Canada. He also spent much of his childhood in Canada unlike Tomori. His talent is not in question in my opinion. What is in question is how and if the ACL injury has affected his game.
  11. Just watched this as well and was thinking that this is absolutely a large reason why. Along with the fact that Toronto's hybrid grass is also much preferred to Vancouver's turf.
  12. At the Cuba game, I noticed quite a bit of latin american's (non Cuban) in attendance. Proportionally more than you would see at a Toronto FC game. Could also have been the sections I was sitting in.
  13. I agree but also very loaded in the midfield as well. It all depends who is available for that game. For example, without Cav last game, David was able to move up top, which opened a wing position. With no LB, Davies may move back and again open up a wide position. If you want a supporting striker, than David may be the best option which again opens up a spot out wide. With everyone healthy and available, there are gonna be some tough decisions to make. Personally, I am a big fan of both Osorio & Hoilett but I don't mind either one of them coming off the bench to light a spark in the attack. Both seem to tire more easily over 90 min than others in their position.
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