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  1. The following is a critical evaluation of each CanPL roster so far. Each player signing will be given a brief description and provided with a ranking from 1 to 5. Ultimately the ranking will be subjective, based on my understanding of the pool, conversations I’ve had with technical staff and the previous player of the player. The rankings are meant as a starting point for discussion, not an end. If you disagree, let me know in the comments. I’m open to change Winnipeg Skylar Thomas – D – Big, strong and great in the air – was a regular starter in USL – stand out at top
  2. The following is a critical evaluation of each CanPL roster so far. Each player signing will be given a brief description and provided with a ranking from 1 to 5. Ultimately the ranking will be subjective, based on my understanding of the pool, conversations I’ve had with technical staff and the previous player of the player. The rankings are meant as a starting point for discussion, not an end. If you disagree, let me know in the comments. I’m open to change Winnipeg Skylar Thomas – D – Big, strong and great in the air – was a regular starter in USL – stand out at top
  3. For any interested, Aidan Reagh has embarked on a new series about Canadian soccer. As a prelude to delving into CanPL, he's compiled this on the Canadian clubs playing in US leagues. Part 1 is Calgary to Montreal: https://underthecoshblog.com/2017/07/04/canadian-soccer-in-the-us-system/ Anyone think Calgary & Edmonton will make their way into CanPL?
  4. http://www.fcedmonton.com/ https://twitter.com/FCEdmontonNow https://www.instagram.com/fcedmontonnow/ http://edmontonsoccerfans.com/ http://loyalcompanyrv.libsyn.com/podcast FC Edmonton 2015 STANDINGS SPRING 2015 Season -->>10th PLACE with 9pts TOTAL. 10games played 2W/3T/5L FALL 2015 Season -->>5th PLACE with 26pts TOTAL. 20games played 7W/5T/8L COMBINED 2015 season-->>7th PLACE 35pts(same a RAILHAWKS, Goal Diff) 30games played 9W/8T/13L TOP 2015 Season Scorers: Lance Laing & Daryl Fordyce 8goals each Average Attendance:
  5. With FC Edmonton having played their last game in 2015 on Sunday their focus is now on 2016. Miller alluded to 5 players being released after the season after Sunday's game. First news, it looks like Kareem Moses has been released based on his latest Instagram post. From the supporters point of view it's a shame to see him leave as he seemed to really connect with the crowd, but looking objectively at his role in Edmonton he was the third best CB and probably equivalent to Zebie at LB. When someone who is a borderline starter takes up an international spot they will be in tough to be re-signe
  6. Until next time, have a great soccer! @TwoSolitudesPod @24thminute @KevLaramee http://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/two-solitudes-soccer-podcast/id833616975?mt=2 http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-two-solitudes-mls-podcast http://feeds.feedburner.com/twosolitudespod OTW Studios http://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/otw-studios/id1018126433 http://feeds.feedburner.com/otwstudios http://canadiansoccernews.com http://kevinlaramee.com Support OTW Studios http://patreon.com/kevinlaramee
  7. Alrighty, keeping track of folks in the NASL this year. Think I have everyone listed ATLANTA SILVERBACKS (2) Dominic Oppong - MF - '86 Kyle Porter - FW - '90 FC EDMONTON (11) Tyson Farago - GK - '91 Christian Kaiswatum - GK '97 John Smits - GK - '88 Marko Aleksic DF - '96 Edson Edward - DF - '88 Mallan Roberts - DF - '92 Allan Zebie - DF - '93 Hanson Boakai - MF - '96 Michael Nonni - MF - '89 Sadi Jalali - FW - '95 Frank Jonke - FW - '85 OTTAWA FURY FC (9) Chad Bush - GK - '94 Marcel de Bellis GK - '91 Drew Beckie - DF - '90 Mason Trafford - DF - '86 Philippe Da
  8. [Also check out Tom's website www.residualimagephotography.com for more of his photos and work]. Oh Canada, Oh Whitecaps Vancouver Whitecaps starting XI Gershon Koffie's mistake lets in Tomi Ameobi Who easily fires home the opener for Edmonton just four minutes in Happy days indeed for the Eddies Worse is to come for the 'Caps as Sam Adekugbe strains his right ankle A tough injury for young Sam. He's been for tests. How long he'll be out is still unknown. More bodies hit the floor The Whitecaps will have been glad to see the back of that half Meanwhile, Sam is alr
  9. REPORT (by Steve Pandher): For the second straight match Vancouver Whitecaps started slow and this time it cost them as they drew FC Edmonton 1-1 in the first leg of their Voyageurs Cup semi-final. While Gershon Koffie’s late goal was able to salvage a tie for the MLS side, it was his mistake in the opening minutes that gave the Eddies the vital away goal from Tomi Ameobi. Koffie’s error came in the fourth minute when he was pressured by Ritchie Jones forcing him to turn into Ameobi. The striker took the ball away and walked into the box easily scoring past a helpless Paolo Tornaghi. The
  10. The tie was effectively over after the initial 15 minutes, with Lance Laing once again causing havoc down the Eddies' left flank. His aggression and counter-attacking speed was simply too much for the Fury to handle, who had pushed numbers forward from the get-go. Both of the Eddies' goals came from counters, though Laing was standing still when delivering both of the crosses into the penalty area that led to the goals, with Tomi Ameobi and Sainey Nyassi the beneficiaries in the end. Andrew Wiedeman brought one back from a nice little chip pass from Nicki Paterson, with Wieds registering his
  11. The winner from the 2 legs moves on to face Vancouver Whitecaps FC in the semifinals, with the winner of the tourney guaranteed a spot in the 2016/17 CONCACAF Champions League. The Eddies hold a significant advantage going into the leg, with a 1-3 away victory one week ago in Ottawa. Ottawa dominated the 1st half of the 1st leg last week, entering halftime at 1-0, but the introduction of Lance Laing completely changed the dynamics of the play, with Edmonton scoring 3 unanswered goals in the final 10 minutes of the game. FC Edmonton comes off a NASL bye week, while the Fury lost to Ft. Lauder
  12. Until tomorrow for a CCL Post-game show, have a great soccer! @24thminute @KevLaramee https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/two-solitudes-soccer-podcast/id833616975?mt=2 https://www.patreon.com/twosolitudes5rings https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1XTTehckvHGtr1OXC9Bs6g http://feeds.feedburner.com/TwoSolitudesPod http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-two-solitudes-mls-podcast
  13. Fury FC Observations – Talking points: The NASL Canada derby continues to get heated, with good banter pre and post-match on Twitter between opposing fans. Fury draws 2,500 on a chilly Wednesday evening opposite Game 4 of the Sens-Habs series. Lance Laing enters the field on the 60th minute and proceeds to inspire the Eddies to a rousing comeback after 1st half domination by Fury FC, as Edmonton runs out 1-3 winners. In other words, FC Edmonton < Ottawa Fury FC < Lance Laing. – Lineup and formation: Ottawa started the match in a 4-2-3-1 formation for the 3rd game in a row, hoping for t
  14. A) During the Minnesota game, nearby season ticket holders asked me to fashion a songbook. Any suggestions to flesh out a wee tome? I've been researching Canadian songs for something that approaches the sensibilities of the Liverpudlians "walk on." Nothing piques me, yet. Any ideas? Then again, perhaps a new composition is warranted.
  15. Minnesota and Edmonton stood toe-to-toe in a hard fought, fast-paced, well-played exhibition of top-class NASL football. Both sides were dangerous. The game was lush with wondeful, multiply overlapping runs. The passing was crisp and tight. The defences were stalwart. Edmonton won 2-1. The referees performance mirrored that of the players. He had his finger on the pulse of the game and, following the Hippocratic oath, he did not harm the patient by his actions. Now that the gut-churning intensity is over, I can say that the game was fun. Hats off to the Faths, for bringing a beau
  16. 7:30 pm - Foote Field - Edmonton, AB The Eddies try to make it two wins in a row at home AND take back 2nd place in the league. The Eddies trail Carolina and Minnesota in the standings, but have 2 games in hand over both sides and trail Minnesota only on GD. Most of the pre-game media that I've seen has focused on FCTB's stifling defence - 4 clean sheets from their first 8 matches. We snuck one goal past 'em last time and so far this season the Eddies have looked to have as much of the ball as possible and push the pace of the match. Hopefully this trend will continue and we'll see a
  17. FC Tampa Bay v FC Edmonton 11/05/2011 5:00 pm @ Al Lang Stadium Having rebounded from our humiliating loss (at the feet of Les Impact) with a morale-boosting road win over the Atlanta Gorillaz, the Eddies move on to Tampa, FL. It will be a battle of 3rd-placed FC Edmonton v. the 3rd-from-bottom T-Bay (w/ only two teams and 4 points separating us). Sinkgraven’s insertion of Paul Craig on striker was immediately validated, as he potted and goal and added an assist – his first points of the season. Aside from the second TFC encounter, the Eddies seem to consistently generate a fai
  18. I didn't see a thread for this match, so here it is: FC Edmonton @ Atlanta Silverbacks May 7, 2011 Atlanta Silverbacks Park, Atlanta, GA 7:30pm ET Eddies supporters from across the capital region will be gathered around their computer monitors (or watching on a big screen at Sports Central Bar and Grill) in anticipation of seeing our boys end a rough patch of form (and simultaneously end their 4-match scoring drought). It was only April 16 when these two sides last squared off, with the Eddies running out 1- nil victors in a closely contested match. A "Suprenant Scr
  19. Original article: http://www.wsawinnipeg.com/scripts/runisa.dll?M2.66022:gp:498648930.671:73379+L3/Display+E+NDX+NDX+509752 WSA Winnipeg is pleased to announce its first exhibition game of the season. The club will host FC Edmonton of the North American Soccer League (NASL). This will be Winnipeggers' first chance to see their hometown team play. GAME DETAILS Sunday March 27 @ 12:30 pm WSF Indoor Soccer Complex - 211 Chancellor Matheson Road (@ the University of Manitoba) Tickets are available at the door, Red Card, BoniVital Soccer Club, FCNW, @ $14.00 / person.
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