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    Colliedor got a reaction from dyslexic nam in Toronto FC adamant they deserve CCL spot if they win MLS Cup   
    Kinda embarrassing to bring this up at this point of the season. You had the chance to qualify for it, you chose to rest key players in the first leg, and the rest is history. That's what you get for taking the finals lightly.
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    Colliedor reacted to TOCanada115 in USA vs Canada - Friday Nov 15th, Orlando FL   
    Does this “personal reasons” explanations for Larin and Atiba not coming to this game not bother anyone else? This is being hyped as the biggest game for Canada in 20 something years, yet neither have showed up for either game? Atiba has a legit excuse last time, but him saying no again has me confused. As someone pointed above, Larin probably knows he might not make the field, and doesn’t want to waste his time coming over here for one game, which is a shame if true.  
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    Colliedor got a reaction from grande in Toronto FC adamant they deserve CCL spot if they win MLS Cup   
    Kinda embarrassing to bring this up at this point of the season. You had the chance to qualify for it, you chose to rest key players in the first leg, and the rest is history. That's what you get for taking the finals lightly.
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    Colliedor got a reaction from Kent in Toronto FC adamant they deserve CCL spot if they win MLS Cup   
    Kinda embarrassing to bring this up at this point of the season. You had the chance to qualify for it, you chose to rest key players in the first leg, and the rest is history. That's what you get for taking the finals lightly.
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    Colliedor got a reaction from Bison44 in Toronto FC adamant they deserve CCL spot if they win MLS Cup   
    Kinda embarrassing to bring this up at this point of the season. You had the chance to qualify for it, you chose to rest key players in the first leg, and the rest is history. That's what you get for taking the finals lightly.
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    Colliedor reacted to kobasew19 in USA vs Canada - Friday Nov 15th, Orlando FL   
    Needed the extra time to file all the paperwork for the one time switch for Tomori?
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    Colliedor reacted to jordan in Lucas Cavallini   
    I’m sure leaving a bad team for a bad team is not in his list of things to do
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    Colliedor got a reaction from Obinna in Lucas Cavallini   
    As a Porto fan, coming to Porto would be freaking great. Our strikers are not performing at all.
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    Colliedor reacted to SthMelbRed in The Importance of Alphonso Davies   
    There were a lot of **** attempts in there. Bayern were poor in the final third today. 
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    Colliedor reacted to CanadianSoccerFan in Lucas Cavallini   
    Sounds like he wants to go to Club America and/or Europe
     
    https://www.google.com/amp/s/en.onefootball.com/lucas-cavallini-would-love-to-play-for-liga-mx-rivals-america/amp/
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    Colliedor got a reaction from Kadenge in The Importance of Alphonso Davies   
    His speed isn't really being put to use here. Seems like he's being instructed to stay back a little, maybe even slide into the middle a little bit. This means he isn't doing any overlapping runs, taking on defenders etc. Bit of a waste to be honest. Not making use of his strengths.
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    Colliedor got a reaction from MtlMario in Cyle Larin   
    It's amazing how quickly people just jump on the bandwagon and get ahead of themselves here..
    Larin scores a couple of goals in Belgium (anyone even watching how well he performs? Just because he scored doesn't mean he's doing everything else right), people forget how poorly he performs for Canada, but sure, lets pick him over Cavallini. The guy who scored in Canada's last match, the guy who has been a consistent performer for us, unlike Larin. But sure...
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    Colliedor got a reaction from NVsoccer in Cyle Larin   
    It's amazing how quickly people just jump on the bandwagon and get ahead of themselves here..
    Larin scores a couple of goals in Belgium (anyone even watching how well he performs? Just because he scored doesn't mean he's doing everything else right), people forget how poorly he performs for Canada, but sure, lets pick him over Cavallini. The guy who scored in Canada's last match, the guy who has been a consistent performer for us, unlike Larin. But sure...
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    Colliedor got a reaction from Kadenge in The Importance of Alphonso Davies   
    So, with Kovac gone, do you think they will still stick to the plan with Davies? I hope the new manager just plays him as a winger for a change. I think they're wasting their time with him at LB.
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    Colliedor got a reaction from Obinna in The Importance of Alphonso Davies   
    So, with Kovac gone, do you think they will still stick to the plan with Davies? I hope the new manager just plays him as a winger for a change. I think they're wasting their time with him at LB.
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    Colliedor reacted to Shway in USA vs Canada - Friday Nov 15th, Orlando FL   
    Borges for Millar could definitely be done. Tbh I think he gets the drop for Larin back in the squad. 
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    Colliedor got a reaction from canta15 in Cyle Larin   
    It's amazing how quickly people just jump on the bandwagon and get ahead of themselves here..
    Larin scores a couple of goals in Belgium (anyone even watching how well he performs? Just because he scored doesn't mean he's doing everything else right), people forget how poorly he performs for Canada, but sure, lets pick him over Cavallini. The guy who scored in Canada's last match, the guy who has been a consistent performer for us, unlike Larin. But sure...
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    Colliedor reacted to Gian-Luca in U17 World Cup 2019 in Brazil   
    Close to the same for me but I was more impressed with Pecile and Priso than Franklin.
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    Colliedor got a reaction from king1010 in Stephen Eustaquio   
    The coach was Portuguese and I'm sure Cruz Azul offered more money. Unless you play for the top 3-4 teams in Portugal, you're not making any money.
    The coach was recently fired, which sucks cause I'm sure he would've been willing to play him
     
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    Colliedor got a reaction from The Ref in U17 World Cup 2019 in Brazil   
    good start in the second half. Poor the rest of the way.
    Gk makes some good saves, but man he leaves big ass rebounds.
    We didn't deserve the win. Play to slow and scared.
    In the end of the day, results aren't the biggest deal breaker. Realistically, only about 3-4 players actually have a real shot of just being LOOKED at by the senior team in the future. None of them may even play. As long as those big prospects at least play well and learn from this experience, that's all that really matters.
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    Colliedor got a reaction from Acid-Tone in Liam Fraser   
    I personally think it's a bit of a coincidence that it just so happens to be Canadians. Players like Hamilton and Chapman weren't good enough. Although, I do have an issue of him selling these players and replacing them with more expensive, equally poor/mediocre Americans, who end up doing worse or exactly the same thing as the Canadian players, just a bigger salary eating the capspace..
     
    There are more examples but people already mentioned it. My biggest problem is how he deals with your academy players.
    Edwards was the talk of MLS at one point. The fans were loving him. But in the second half of the season, it was like he vanished. Before you know it, Hagglund is protected over him in the superdraft, and worse, we made no effort to get him back. This is how you handle a young academy prospect?
    Teams are literally playing 16-17 year olds, these kids are  getting more minutes than a 21 year old Fraser. Not even kidding. Busio, Araujo, Bassett etc range from 16-18 and they all saw more minutes than Fraser this year. How is it that these teams trust their kids so much, meanwhile Fraser has to go to BMO field and hope that Bradley is hurt, suspended, or on international duty just so he can get on the tfc bench? That is a concern. This is not how you develop young players. You have to give them starts, you have to sub them on once in a while. Get their confidence going, get them experience. This is hurting his development. He's already behind his progression with the lack of playing time.
    We were ******* beating DC 5-1 and he STILL couldn't see a ******* minute. The guy was coming off a high against the States earlier in the week, he was full of confidence. Way to shoot it down. That was the perfect time to play the kid, but nope, gotta get Mullins in there..
    Is Okello going to see his first sub when he's 23 years old or what?
     
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    Colliedor got a reaction from Bison44 in Liam Fraser   
    I personally think it's a bit of a coincidence that it just so happens to be Canadians. Players like Hamilton and Chapman weren't good enough. Although, I do have an issue of him selling these players and replacing them with more expensive, equally poor/mediocre Americans, who end up doing worse or exactly the same thing as the Canadian players, just a bigger salary eating the capspace..
     
    There are more examples but people already mentioned it. My biggest problem is how he deals with your academy players.
    Edwards was the talk of MLS at one point. The fans were loving him. But in the second half of the season, it was like he vanished. Before you know it, Hagglund is protected over him in the superdraft, and worse, we made no effort to get him back. This is how you handle a young academy prospect?
    Teams are literally playing 16-17 year olds, these kids are  getting more minutes than a 21 year old Fraser. Not even kidding. Busio, Araujo, Bassett etc range from 16-18 and they all saw more minutes than Fraser this year. How is it that these teams trust their kids so much, meanwhile Fraser has to go to BMO field and hope that Bradley is hurt, suspended, or on international duty just so he can get on the tfc bench? That is a concern. This is not how you develop young players. You have to give them starts, you have to sub them on once in a while. Get their confidence going, get them experience. This is hurting his development. He's already behind his progression with the lack of playing time.
    We were ******* beating DC 5-1 and he STILL couldn't see a ******* minute. The guy was coming off a high against the States earlier in the week, he was full of confidence. Way to shoot it down. That was the perfect time to play the kid, but nope, gotta get Mullins in there..
    Is Okello going to see his first sub when he's 23 years old or what?
     
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    Colliedor got a reaction from Stouffvillain in Liam Fraser   
    I personally think it's a bit of a coincidence that it just so happens to be Canadians. Players like Hamilton and Chapman weren't good enough. Although, I do have an issue of him selling these players and replacing them with more expensive, equally poor/mediocre Americans, who end up doing worse or exactly the same thing as the Canadian players, just a bigger salary eating the capspace..
     
    There are more examples but people already mentioned it. My biggest problem is how he deals with your academy players.
    Edwards was the talk of MLS at one point. The fans were loving him. But in the second half of the season, it was like he vanished. Before you know it, Hagglund is protected over him in the superdraft, and worse, we made no effort to get him back. This is how you handle a young academy prospect?
    Teams are literally playing 16-17 year olds, these kids are  getting more minutes than a 21 year old Fraser. Not even kidding. Busio, Araujo, Bassett etc range from 16-18 and they all saw more minutes than Fraser this year. How is it that these teams trust their kids so much, meanwhile Fraser has to go to BMO field and hope that Bradley is hurt, suspended, or on international duty just so he can get on the tfc bench? That is a concern. This is not how you develop young players. You have to give them starts, you have to sub them on once in a while. Get their confidence going, get them experience. This is hurting his development. He's already behind his progression with the lack of playing time.
    We were ******* beating DC 5-1 and he STILL couldn't see a ******* minute. The guy was coming off a high against the States earlier in the week, he was full of confidence. Way to shoot it down. That was the perfect time to play the kid, but nope, gotta get Mullins in there..
    Is Okello going to see his first sub when he's 23 years old or what?
     
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    Colliedor got a reaction from h coach in U17 World Cup 2019 in Brazil   
    I don't think the marking was the problem. I think it's his IQ that's the problem. He has the talent, but boy does he ball hog more than his teammates. He doesn't use his skills  at proper times. He tries to over do it and makes it easy for the defender.
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    Colliedor got a reaction from Corazon in Atiba Hutchinson   
    Watched him plenty of times in Portugal.
    Pre injury, he would've been the best mid in our team imo. He's not a "pitbull" like Piette, but the guy was very reliable. Good vision and passer. Calm with the ball. He was just a much better player all around than Piette. He's closer to Bradley style compared to Piette.
    However, this is before the injury. A injury like the one he suffered may very well impact his performance from now on, I have no idea.
     
    Piette had a good game. But he still showed worrying signs that I often see from him. He gets overaggressive and exposes the players behind him and still struggles with pacey/tricky players.
     
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