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Tag Archives: Canada

Women’s World Cup Players Submit Lawsuit Over Turf Issues

Posted on by Jacquelyn Brazzale
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It wasn’t an empty threat. And it certainly wasn’t a joke. 40 of the top international world players have made good on a threat to take legal action against FIFA for its use of artificial turf in next year’s Women’s … Continue reading

CONCACAF Gold Cup Analysis: Group A

Posted on by Jad
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Group A in the 2013 Gold Cup consists of Mexico, Canada, Panama, and Martinique with the games being played in Pasadena, Seattle and Denver. Mexico look like the clear favorites in this group, but team selection and recent results may … Continue reading

Canada Shocks Yanks 2-0 in Olympic Qualifier

Posted on by Robert Hay

(Note: we were unable to do a post-game chat for this game at the last minute; however, please join us Monday for the critical last group stage match and post-game analysis) All of the warm fuzzies after Thursday’s thrashing of … Continue reading

Toronto Making a Move in the Eastern Conference

Posted on by Robert Hay

No road wins this season.  A minus 22 goal differential.  Six games lost where they gave up three goals or more, including a 4-0 loss and a 6-2 loss.  Nineteen points, the third lowest in the league.  More trades than … Continue reading

2011 Concacaf Gold Cup Group Stage Wrap-up

Posted on by Chris Riordan

The 2011 Concacaf Gold Cup group stage has come to and end.  The matchups for the quarterfinals are set and we are poised for an interesting knockout round, which may be more up in the air than usual.  Two teams … Continue reading

How the U.S. Will Beat Canada, and Vice Versa

Posted on by Robert Hay

I have mixed feelings on the eve of the United States’ opening match of the 2011 Gold Cup.  Everything that I was afraid of happening in the Spain match (except injuries) happened, and now Bob Bradley’s team has U.S. fans … Continue reading

Knock Knock It’s FIFA: Week in Review May 23-27, 2011

Posted on by Robert Hay

It was an incredibly busy week in American soccer.  Between the US national team, MLS midweek matches, and all sorts of FIFA controversies, there was a wealth of story lines for fans of the beautiful game.  Below are some of … Continue reading

Why A 2026 U.S. World Cup is Not A Slam Dunk

Posted on by Robert Hay

In the wake of Thursday’s loss to Qatar in maybe the only place U.S. soccer can lose to them (the FIFA boardroom), many American soccer fans tried to rally their spirits by immediately turning their focus to the 2026 World … Continue reading

What if the U.S. Loses 2022 World Cup bid?

Posted on by Robert Hay

The United States has been the favorite to win the 2022 World Cup bid since it dropped its 2018 bid to clear the way for a European nation.  Going up against a Middle Eastern country, two Asian nations that previously … Continue reading

2010 MLS Cup Preview – Canadian Style

Posted on by Robert Hay

To kick off our MLS Cup 2010 Preview, I am pleased to share that we will be live blogging the match on this site Sunday night beginning at 8:30 PM Eastern.  For those of us not in Toronto, please visit … Continue reading

Toronto FC Does the Unthinkable: It Listens to Fans

Posted on by Robert Hay

Have you ever questioned rooting for a team?  It doesn’t even have to be a soccer team – maybe you watch pro football or baseball, and your hometown/local team is just bad.  Because you love the sport and the team, … Continue reading

Simeon Jackson Interview: Gillingham and Canada Soccer Star

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Gillingham and Canada international footballer Simeon Jackson was recently interviewed and featured in a video created by the duo of Max Bell and Laurence McKenna for the Red Nation website. Jackson, who was born in Jamaica but plays internationally for … Continue reading

Ottawa Fury Applies for a USL-1 Franchise

Posted on by Bobby Brandon

Here’s a link to the press release. I know, this is MLS Talk, not USL Talk. But given recent events, this is newsworthy. This has been rumored for awhile, not always the Fury, but that a party in Ottawa was … Continue reading