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  1. Every Friday, I will give my keys to victory for the Montreal Impact, in 3 points! No Piatti, No Party? The Montreal Impact will be without the service of their star Designated Player Nacho Piatti on Saturday versus Chicago. Ignacio could be out several weeks due to a groin injury. Can the Impact create quality goal scoring chances without the Argentinian in the lineup? Can the Impact capitalize on their looks on goal with a depleted lineup? If so, Montreal could come out of Toyota Park with a favorable result. In this case, I would consider a draw on the road a favorable resu
  2. Every Friday, I will give my keys to victory for the Montreal Impact, in 3 points! No Piatti, No Party? The Montreal Impact will be without the service of their star Designated Player Nacho Piatti on Saturday versus Chicago. Ignacio could be out several weeks due to a groin injury. Can the Impact create quality goal scoring chances without the Argentinian in the lineup? Can the Impact capitalize on their looks on goal with a depleted lineup? If so, Montreal could come out of Toyota Park with a favorable result. In this case, I would consider a draw on the road a favorable resu
  3. The Ref

    CONIFA

    Why is Quebec a member of Conifa. Is that ok with the CSA?
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    Soccer Today! on SPN Radio

    MLS,EPL, La Liga, Ligue 1, Serie A, Champions League, Euros, World Cup and many more! Hosted by Duane Rollins and Kevin Laramee #SPNRadio @KevLaramee @24thminute sportspodcastingnetwork.com/spnradio
  5. I was blown away by this article, in all respects. Deep-pocket owners, sport management experience, nice stadium with steep stands, great for soccer, and 15,000 a game in USL. Then the amazing sports rivalries you get in Ohio, and the youth soccer base. I mean, you can talk all you want about expansion prospects, but those numbers and that venue, in a month's of USL existence, are MLS quality, say no more. http://www.mlssoccer.com/post/2016/05/13/another-orlando-inside-charts-exciting-rise-fc-cincinnati
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    Introducing Soccer Today!

    MLS,EPL, La Liga, Ligue 1, Serie A, Champions League, Euros, World Cup and many more! Hosted by Duane Rollins and Kevin Laramee STUDIO LINE 929-477-3874 #SPNRadio @KevLaramee @24thminute sportspodcastingnetwork.com/spnradio LISTEN LIVE HERE WEDNESDAY AT 3:30 PM E / 12:30 PM P http://tobtr.com/s/8780995
  7. MONDAY 19.00 - 19.30: THE MUPPETS - Documentary series following Seattle's Emerald City Supporters group. 19.30 - 20.00: TWO BROKE GIRLS - The continuing comedic adventures of Toronto fans Max and Caroline. After selling their cupcakes on the street to cover their TFC betting losses, they now have to sell their bodies after being convinced that with all the money spent, 2015 would finally be Toronto FC's year. Will they ever learn? And can they raise more than ten bucks a time if they're wearing their TFC strips? 20.00 - 21.00: EMPIRE - Bobby Lenarduzzi and Carl Valentine join the AFTN crew
  8. Interested in training and playing with a professional soccer club? We accept players from the ages of 11 to 21 in our youth elite academy program at the York Region Shooters. We also feature tours to top soccer destinations in Europe. View online slideshows: http://prezi.com/j5kul8rozgts/player2pro-sports-elite-soccer-program/ http://www.slideshare.net/anitakov/shooters-academy-soccer-slideshow http://www.slideshare.net/anitakov/player2pro-soccer-tours Cost for training from September until Nov 17th is $300. Attend a practice session during one of the following
  9. TRAIN LIKE A PROFESSIONAL SOCCER PLAYER WITH OUR COACHES!!! 2 FREE Training Sessions to Promising Future Soccer Stars of York Region Shooters Learn to play soccer from the pros! Soccer Drills and Skills, tactics, group and one-on-one coaching from former professional soccer players and certified coaches Open to players aged 6 to 12 DATES: Wednesday September 26th and Wednesday October 3, 2012 TIMES: 5:30 pm to 7 pm Location: YR Shooters Home Field, 1 St. Joan of Arc Avenue, Maple, ON Cost for Wednesday After School Program from From October
  10. Opening September 2012: Player2Pro Soccer Collegiate www.player2prosports.com A day school located in Vaughan, just north of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, featuring daily soccer training along with a full curriculum of classes towards the completion of internationally recognized high school diploma, supervised by PLAYER2PRO SOCCER COLLEGIATE. • To educate and train the youth of today to become the highest level of professional soccer player tomorrow • To educate the youth to offer various career options after the end of a professional soccer career • Through education, ath
  11. Soccer Scouting Camp July 3rd to 7th with Dinamo Zagreb Croatia Professional Youth Academy GNK-Dinamo Zagreb (Croatia) hosts the first training and identification camp for youth boys (U7 to U17) to be held in Toronto. Camp participants will have the opportunity to experience new training styles, the chance to meet Youth Academy Coaches and potentially earn an invitation for an official trial with the Dinamo Youth Academy in Croatia. LOCATION: Grass fields beside Esther Shiner Stadium - 5720 Bathurst St, North York, ON 8:00am- 10:00 am U7 and U8 - Hydro Field 7 (half)
  12. Barcelona coaches will be holding an elite soccer camp for players of all ages at the York Region Shooters home field located at St. Joan of Arc School, 1 St. Joan of Arc Avenue, from July 9th to 13th. Week long camp from 9 am to 3 pm will include player training, analysis, and scouting opportunities for teams and clubs in Barcelona, including FC Barcelona and RCD Espanyol. If you are looking for the next level in soccer, both as a male or female soccer player, then here is your best opportunity!! This is the first time in Canada that coaches of this calibre will be holding a camp f
  13. 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
  14. York Region Shooters of the Canadian Soccer League is hosting an Elite Summer Soccer Camp with coaches from Barcelona, Spain. July 9th to 13th in Maple, Ontario, close to Canada's Wonderland. From 9am to 3pm St. Joan of Arc Field 1, St. Joan of Arc Avenue Maple ON Coaches will also be scouting for Barcelona teams and academies. Price for 5 day camp: 450$ everything included, full player kit, snacks and beverages, prizes Scouting option only, 75$ per day. For more information Anita Kovacevic info@yorkregionshooters.com 416-805-9698
  15. Teams: First Team, Reserve, U17, U15, U13, U11 Clubs: York Region Shooters and YR Shooters Academy Contact: Anita Kovacevic Email: info@yorkregionshooters.com Phone: 416-805-9698 Website: www.yorkregionshooters.com Division: U21 Boys, U17, U15, U13, U11, Reserve and First Team Details: We are looking for top level elite players who want to train to become professional soccer players. Please respond by indicating your full name, age and position, and when you will join us for tryout. Open tryouts for Shooters teams are at the following times and location:
  16. Futbols24 team is happy to present you April edition of Futbols24 magazine! In this edition you can read about: Legendary Spartak Moscow footballer Valery Reingold Soviet Union triumph in 1960 European Nations Cup Perspectives of Artjom Rudnev MLS – example for European leagues? Latvian Higher League and it’s never ending problems… Interview with Azerbaijani national team player Vugar Askerov These and many more articles you can read in April edition! Read magazine, leave your comments and suggestions! Enjoy, we hope you’ll like it and suggest magazine to your fri
  17. http://www.slideshare.net/anitakov/shooters-academy-soccer-program-2012 www.yorkregionshooters.com The York Region Shooters has launched a new Academy Program for Elite Players which features an incredible program to set you on track for the path that you choose: 1. To become a professional player 2. To attend a college in the United States on a soccer scholarship The Shooters Academy will hold several ID camps. The first is the Arsenal ID camp with North American Arsenal scout, David Karbassiyoon. http://www.cansoc.org/showthread.php?43701-YORK-REGION-SHOOTE
  18. MARCH 12-17 2012, SOCCER TOUR TO BARCELONA, Enjoy Barcelona, Spain as you experience soccer in the FC Barcelona system. Enjoy Barcelona, Spain as you experience soccer in the FC Barcelona system. FC Barcelona, the best team in the world, has won every major competition since 2009. Lionel Messi, FIFA Player of the Year for 2009, 2010, and 2011, plays for FC Barcelona. Tour features include: • Playing matches against Spanish youth teams. • Training with Soccer Services, the FC Barcelona methodology . • Attending FC Barcelona youth practices and 1st Division game.
  19. Canadian Academy of Futbol, York Region Shooters Academy Program The York Region Shooters Academy Program is holding tryouts March 31 and April 1st at St.Joan of Arc High School, 1 Saint Joan of Arc Avenue, Maple, Ontario Canada L6A 1W9. This academy is part of the Canadian Academy of Futbol, a newly-created private soccer academy, now being formed in Toronto and which has agreed to a working relationship with the Canadian Soccer League. The CSL in 2010 decided to embrace the subject of skills training and the broader scope of player development, requiring its member clubs to affiliate w
  20. Bonjour, Je vous invite à écouter SoccerPlus, la nouvelle baladodiffusion de soccer canadien en français sur http://t.co/yzeIXnuo Pour la première édition, Yvan "le 12e Joueur" Delia-Lavictoire est allé accueillir l'Impact à l'aérport international de Montréal Mathias Van Halst (Impactsoccer.com) nous présente son analyse de la fin de saison Jacques Thériault (98,5FM) nous partage son coup de coeur et sa déception de la saison 2011 Patrick Leduc (La Presse) nous donne un aperçu de sa chronique de la semaine Sophie Drolet (Citadins de l'UQAM) revient sur les deux matchs de
  21. 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.
  22. http://www.wsawinnipeg.ca/News/PressReleases/index_E.html
  23. The new issue of Barcelona Metropolis (78) has a feature section on football as a global phenomenon, with articles dealing with politics, finances, cultural conflict, fans, the media. On the world of football stars. The magazine is published online in English. http://www.barcelonametropolis.cat/en/page.asp?id=3
  24. It hasn't always been easy to be a soccer fan in Canada. The mainstream media has often all but ignored the sport and many of the top Canadian sports analysts have been downright antagonistic towards it. Hockey continues to dominate the headlines and mainstream media and it likely will for many years to come. While some 80 per cent of Canadians watched part of the recent Olympic hockey final, fans of the Canadian Men's National Team had to listen to a Jamaican radio feed on the Internet in order to follow the action for Canada's recent friendly against Jamaica. At the same time, it is not diff
  25. Hi Guys, After being a Voyageur since the beginning, I thought it was time to watch some matches back in the old country. I'm looking for some advice on what I should do while I'm over there. Anyone got any insight on pubs, special tours etc.? I've never been to the U.K. so any help would be appreciated. I've started a travel blog just so I keep track of everything, you can find it at http://www.footballadventure.com. So far the games I have tickets to are: Fulham v Wolves Portsmouth v Aston Villa Any help is appreciated. John Mark
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