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A task too tall: Lacking the goals, CF Montréal bows out of Champions League against Cruz Azul at the quarter-final stage 

CF Montreal continued their journey through the 2022 CONCACAF Champions League versus Cruz Azul on Wednesday. Here is our match report from that one. Cruz Azul made the trip to Montreal on Wednesday for the second leg of their CONCACAF Champions League clash.  The Mexican side came in with a 1-0 advantage in the tie, thanks to Uriel Antuna’s goal one week prior in Mexico … Continue reading A task too tall: Lacking the goals, CF Montréal bows out of Champions League against Cruz Azul at the quarter-final stage 

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Finishing in Style: The “Festival City” celebrates again as Quioto gives CF Montréal an 11th Voyageurs Cup

CF Montréal overcame Toronto FC thanks to a second half Romell Quioto goal to top their rivals in the 2021 Canadian Championship final on Sunday at Stade Saputo. Here’s our recap of the match, and the tournament. The COVID-19 pandemic has interrupted sports all over the world, but while most tournaments have been able to resume with mostly regular schedules, the Canadian Championship still hasn’t … Continue reading Finishing in Style: The “Festival City” celebrates again as Quioto gives CF Montréal an 11th Voyageurs Cup

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Octo Matchday 2: Anticipation high for another unpredictable round of matches

After a cagey start to the Octagonal, the final round of CONCACAF’s World Cup qualifiers, all 8 teams are looking for revenge in matchday 2. Here’s what to expect on Sunday. The final whistle at BMO Field on Thursday brought supporters of Canada the bitter taste of missed opportunity and points dropped. In what was the first match of this seven-month, 56-game round of competition, … Continue reading Octo Matchday 2: Anticipation high for another unpredictable round of matches

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A New Cycle Begins: A Preview of CONCACAF Qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup

Footy fans in CONCACAF have been waiting a long time for World Cup qualifiers to commence, but today, the wait is finally over, and when Canada takes to the pitch tomorrow, it will have been precisely 1660 days since they were last in World Cup Qualifying action. This time around, 34 nations from CONCACAF are participating in the FIFA World Cup Qualifiers. However, only 3, … Continue reading A New Cycle Begins: A Preview of CONCACAF Qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup

Toronto’s on top: Late lapse from the Impact gives rival TFC 2-1 win and one foot in Canadian Championship final

The Montreal Impact fell 2-1 to Toronto FC in the latest chapter of the 3 team Canadian mini-tournament. The result eliminates the Vancouver Whitecaps from contention for the Canadian Championship final and a chance to represent Canada in the 2021 CONCACAF Champions League. A lot was on the line when the Montreal Impact hosted Toronto FC at Stade Saputo on Wednesday night. A win for … Continue reading Toronto’s on top: Late lapse from the Impact gives rival TFC 2-1 win and one foot in Canadian Championship final

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Another Night, Another Loss: Whitecaps return from trip empty-handed after ‘unacceptable’ defeat to Impact

The Whitecaps concluded their Canadian road trip on Tuesday night with a 2-0 loss in Montreal. Derek Cornelius didn’t sugar coat the state the Whitecaps are in following a third straight loss since returning from Orlando. “We have to all take a serious look at ourselves in the mirror and see what we can all be better at so that we can finally get something … Continue reading Another Night, Another Loss: Whitecaps return from trip empty-handed after ‘unacceptable’ defeat to Impact

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A Different Test: Whitecaps aiming to build on improvements made against Toronto in trip to Quebec (Preview #3)

The Vancouver Whitecaps are right back in action on Tuesday night against a rested Montreal Impact side in a match which has both MLS and Canadian Championship implications. The message coming from the Whitecaps following their training session on Monday was to continue improving. Their last match against Toronto FC, a 1-0 loss, was not an excellent performance, nor a favourable result. However, the consensus … Continue reading A Different Test: Whitecaps aiming to build on improvements made against Toronto in trip to Quebec (Preview #3)

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Faux départ: l’Impact n’arrive pas à s’imposer en premier match des quarts de finale

Avant le début du match de ligue des champions mardi soir au Stade Olympique entre CD Olimpia et l’Impact de Montréal, il y avait un air de confiance autour de l’équipe recevante. Les experts prédisaient une victoire aux alentours de 2-0 contre un adversaire vu comme favorable. En fait, CD Olimpia est la seule équipe qui reste dans le tournoi à part des équipes MLS … Continue reading Faux départ: l’Impact n’arrive pas à s’imposer en premier match des quarts de finale

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Historique des équipes canadiennes en ligue des champions: un coup d’oeil

L’Impact de Montréal joue demain mardi le 10 mars leur premier match en quarts de finale de la ligue des champions. C’est le dernier parcours en ligue des champions CONCACAF d’une équipe canadienne. C’est un pays qui a eu des performances exceptionnelles et mémorables, mais n’a pas encore été le domicile d’un champion de la ligue des champions. Le prédécesseur à la ligue des champions, … Continue reading Historique des équipes canadiennes en ligue des champions: un coup d’oeil

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Ligue des champions Concacaf: Montréal accède aux quarts de finale grâce à une performance déterminée

Mercredi soir au Stade Olympique, la foule de 21 505 personnes ne s’est pas fait entendre jusqu’à après le match. C’était un bon indicateur du déroulement du match; plus excitant pour son importance, que son contenu. Pour l’impact, un match nul était suffisant et c’est exactement ce qui s’est produit. Le résultat leur propulse en quart de finale et leur permet de continuer à rêver … Continue reading Ligue des champions Concacaf: Montréal accède aux quarts de finale grâce à une performance déterminée