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  1. Which section are you in? Are Voyageurs planning a "neutral" section? For Vaughan Azzurri vs. HFX Wanderers on May 15, any idea what's happening regarding tickets? I see nothing on Vaughan's website or social media account about tickets - other than them giving away tickets to the York 9 Voyageurs Cup match. 😂
  2. 2018: "I'll go watch North Toronto Nitros when they play at Varsity." (2018 schedule confirms team has folded) 2019: "I'll go watch Sanjaxx Lions." (2019 schedule confirms team has folded) PAY ME LARGE SUMS OF MONEY OR I'LL PLAN TO SUPPORT YOUR LEAGUE1 ONTARIO TEAM IN 2020.
  3. Hoping to attend Vaughan vs. Halifax on May 15, and York vs. Blainville on May 22.
  4. The clubs were asked to pay a bond/deposit to participate in the league. Apparently it was quite large and most (all?) clubs balked at it. Why the BCSA didn't share their league plan with some clubs prior to a formal request for interest is beyond me. Consultation seems to be a four-letter word to some people.
  5. This is ridiculous. The BCSA never consults the clubs; it just acts on its own and hopes for the best. The bond issue apparently pissed off most (all?) of the potential clubs. This really should be an easy job, given the depth of existing clubs in BC: Whitecaps Reserves Highlanders Reserves Coquitlam M-F Surrey Pegasus West Van Gorge Cowichan Victoria West Langley United Abbotsford United That's 10 major clubs just off the top of my head. Only incompetence from the provincial body is preventing this from happening.
  6. Oh right, the team managed by former Peru midfielder Nolberto Solano.
  7. Any chance of a Toronto-based team in L1O that would play out of Lamport Stadium? If Varsity Stadium is problematic due to UofT's needs in the autumn, what are the downsides of Lamport? Or, what about having a central Toronto team play out of Varsity for most of the season, then shift to Lamport for the end? P.S. I'll be at Sanjaxx Lions' home opener (vs. TFC III at Monarch Park Stadium on Sunday, May 6th, 2:00pm) if anyone else is up for it. Toronto FC's senior team plays on Friday night that weekend, so there's no conflict. I'll probably try to visit some (or all?) of the L1O grounds in Toronto this season as well.
  8. Time to get my Sanjaax Lions tattoo. "We all hate Toronto Skillz! F*ck the southwestern tip of Scarborough!"
  9. See you there. I realize this club may not come to fruition, and even if it did I wouldn't get to every match, but I would definitely prefer an intimate stadium with CPL than a large stadium with MLS.
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