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  1. The Ottawa Fury appear to have lost the game of chicken that they were playing against CONCACAF and the CSA. Yesterday, the club announced that they would not be allowed to play in the US-based USL for 2019. This is despite receiving a tepid approval from the CSA in September, when they refused to become founding members of the CanPL. This leaves the Fury in a difficult position just four months out from the start of the season. However, according to multiple people working inside the game, they shouldn’t be surprised. “They knew this was possible,” one source said. “Yet, they went a
  2. The Ottawa Fury appear to have lost the game of chicken that they were playing against CONCACAF and the CSA. Yesterday, the club announced that they would not be allowed to play in the US-based USL for 2019. This is despite receiving a tepid approval from the CSA in September, when they refused to become founding members of the CanPL. This leaves the Fury in a difficult position just four months out from the start of the season. However, according to multiple people working inside the game, they shouldn’t be surprised. “They knew this was possible,” one source said. “Yet, they went a
  3. So there seems to finally be movement on the part of the Highlanders. Rumors of possible new owners abound and they recently posted this to Facebook: "We're on the cusp of some exciting news. Looking forward to sharing it all this week - including the release of the PDL schedule. Stay tuned for more information!"
  4. So a couple of episodes back(not the last one but the one before that I believe) on footysoldiers they were talking about naming the teams and more than that sort of the club "mission statement"/"Identity" that would be the basis for each club. They mentioned "farmer johns" in regina and the regina regiment as well as privateers in halifax and how that can influence a team from the top-down so that there is always a clear purpose for how the team is going to play. Another example was the 86ers and how when they came in they said they were going to play BC guys and they were going to go f
  5. I guess with the release of the schedule it is about time to start a thread for the season. Gotta say I am not thrilled about ending the season playing the Sounders in Victoria Friday night, and then Sunday afternoon playing away to Calgary! Still looking forward to the season (and maybe a move to the new BC D3).
  6. The season is about to start and we (Lake Side Buoys) have gone ahead and made total asses of ourselves started a crappy Youtube channel: LSB TV. Our first episode has dropped and my apologies for every critical remark I ever made about Craig Forrest as a pundit on TV. I look stiff, scared and as if I was in physical pain.
  7. Looks like Thunder Bay Chill, K-W United, FC London and TFC Academy that they will no longer allow them to play in PDL as of 2017. Clubs are encouraged to join League1 Ontario. http://www.canadiansoccernews.com/index.php?/page/articles.html/_/24th-minute/ontario-gives-notice-on-pdl-in-province-r5507 Personally, I'm a fan of this move. I hate that Canada is so hitched to the US development system. More teams in L1O will hopefully mean better quality of play over time. Of course, the downside is that Thunder Bay doesn't seem like they want to go to L1O. I don't agree with their last point; on
  8. Now 21-years-old, Cain is about to enter his senior season with the Wright State Raiders this fall. A Canadian youth international, Cain first headed to the University of Northwestern Ohio, where he led the team in scoring in his Freshman year with ten goals. He then made the cross state transfer to the Wright State University in Dayton where he added a further two goals in 19 games of his second year and two in 21 games this season just past. Although the college route isn't for everyone who graduates from the 'Caps Residency, opportunities were few and far between just three years ago, but
  9. It was no more than K-W deserved, after coming closing on numerous occasions during the match, hitting the woodwork three times and causing numerous goalmouth scrambles. Leading scorer Ben Polk had a shot cleared off the goalline in the 18th minute. The rebound fell to Oyvind Alseth on the edge of the box but his shot cannoned off the crossbar. When Sergio Camargo hit the left post with a rasping shot in the 32nd minute, you wondered if it wasn't going to be the Canadian's day. Even more so when Polk hit the crossbar again six minutes into the second half. Seattle also had their chances, in
  10. But football-wise, they've got better season upon season, making the Central Conference semi-finals in 2014 under former Whitecaps Residency head coach Stuart Neely. With Neely moving back to coaching with Toronto at the start of this year, another former Whitecap took the reigns, in the shape of defender, and former Canadian international, Chris Pozniak, who played for the 'Caps from 2008 to 2010 in the old USL days. Pozniak guided K-W to a second place finish in the Great Lakes Division, losing just two games all season and finishing just a point behind the defending PDL champions, the Mic
  11. Oklahoma City didn't have a soccerteam. Now they are about to have two: http://newsok.com/okcs-soccer-war-needs-one-winner/article/3858541 It's an interesting read, and I wonder how this will unfold. Damn, it's even funny if the consequences wouldn't be that tough. Think about it: apparently the USL (and PDL!) -franchises sign has a clause which prevents them from playing for another league (NASL). If the judge upholds that clause, it has big consequences. It would mean no more team could "naturally" develop anymore. To me it seems pretty logical for an owner to start with a low
  12. Victoria Highlanders and Thunder Bay Chill play one PDL semi-final in Austin next week, meaning a Canadian club will play for the Cup. Great showing by Canadian clubs as said and credit to a lot of well-run organizations. http://www.uslsoccer.com/home/742125.html Sunday, July 28, 2013 TAMPA, Fla. – The Austin Aztex will host the 2013 PDL Championships presented by Nike after a thrilling weekend of action saw four teams advance from the PDL Conference Championships to keep their hopes of a title alive. The Aztex will welcome the Ocean City Nor’easters, Thunder Bay Chill and Vict
  13. Interesting to see Ian Greedy from NS on the Ottawa Fury roster for 2012. Of course the NSSL changed the website for this season and the statistical archive is gone (thanks) but I thought he was a fairly good goal scorer in that league. It will be interesting to see how he fits into a PDL squad. Also noticed Will Beauge who played with Capital City last year and Anthony Di Biase formerly of Hamilton Rage. Is this a possible player development path, senior to PDL or CSL to PDL? Or is this just a good club to be on to get noticed?
  14. Hey everybody, This thread will be all about my club and the exciting things we will be doing this season. ...beginning with my announcement that I am joining the WSA Winnipeg Front Office full-time. http://www.wsawinnipeg.com/index.php/news/110-lee-haber-joins-wsa-front-office Lee Haber joins WSA Front Office Co-founder will take on bigger role as Director of Business Development and Operations You may not know him, but if you've watched a WSA home game and been following the club you have definitely seen his work first hand. In Year 2, he intends to take the clu
  15. 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.
  16. This is to all the Canadian soccer supporters who avidly follow the growth of the game in this country (especially the ones who live in Winnipeg). My name is Lee and I am part of a group that is launching a PDL team in Winnipeg. We will be making a formal public announcement in late November, but I felt that you guys should know about us beforehand. We believe there is a great passion for the sport in Winnipeg that simply hasn't been tapped. Our goal is to grow the game in our city by developing youth, engaging the community and providing an authentic soccer viewing experience.
  17. This is a call to all Winnipeggers who have been waiting to support a team they can call their own. Our club realizes the importance of the supporters. It their devotion and passion that makes a game more than a game and a team more than a team. We believe it is what sets our sport apart from all other North American sports and what keeps people coming back. Our goal is to have the loudest, most passionate and intimidating atmosphere in the PDL. Our press conference is tentatively scheduled for December 10th. The reason I mention this is that something we would really like is for tho
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