Mexico Clash First Real Assessment of Herdman’s men

John Herdman knows that the result against Mexico on Wednesday won’t define his success. He’s building towards something much greater than this Gold Cup. However, some of the fruits of their labour have already arrived, and it is the first time, for many of them, that we will see how they shape up against an opposition which will force their best. Since John Herdman took … Continue reading Mexico Clash First Real Assessment of Herdman’s men

Rovers 1 Lane 1 – Not the Friday Fiesta Foreseen

The TSS Rovers were once again unable to make the most of an opportunity at home, drawing 1-1 with the visiting Lane United FC from Eugene. TSS now enters the half-way point of the season with 2 wins, 2 ties and 3 losses, for a total of 8 points. The Rovers started the year with two wins at home by a combined score of 7-0. … Continue reading Rovers 1 Lane 1 – Not the Friday Fiesta Foreseen

Everything to Know About the 2019 Gold Cup

Very soon Canada will get the ball rolling in Pasadena to kick-off the 2019 Gold Cup. To get you ready for the tournament, we’ve put together a guide which should answer any format questions one may have. We will also cover Canada’s path to this point as well as an overview of all participating countries. Qualifying For the 2019 Gold Cup, a completely different qualifying … Continue reading Everything to Know About the 2019 Gold Cup

Rovers 0 Highlanders 1 – Cracking under the pressure of the Juan de Fuca plate

Victory Shumbusho stepped up to the spot on Friday night knowing that his penalty would most likely determine what had been a hard-fought derby match between two spirited teams. With the result of the game likely hinging on the result of his spot kick, he took a well-placed shot that found the upper right corner as goalkeeper Luciano Trasolini was left diving the wrong way. … Continue reading Rovers 0 Highlanders 1 – Cracking under the pressure of the Juan de Fuca plate