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The Third Sub Episode 7.1: Photography, Canada Soccer, Whitecaps and more with Keveren Guillou

Welcome back to the latest episode of the Third Sub! This time, Alex and Sam are back with their first guest (as promised last week), BTS’s own Keveren Guillou. In the first part of their podcast (part 2 coming soon!), they chat about Keveren’s photographic exploits, the future of Canada Soccer’s Men’s National team, how COVID-19 is affecting global football and more. In an uncertain … Continue reading The Third Sub Episode 7.1: Photography, Canada Soccer, Whitecaps and more with Keveren Guillou

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“Shows the Pathway”: Bobby Smyrniotis on Tristan Borges, Forge’s success, CPL’s future and more

Before the world was shaken by the global outbreak of COVID-19 over the last week, teams in the Canadian Premier League were getting set to embark on their 2nd-ever season. We spoke to the head coach of one of those teams, Bobby Smyrniotis of Forge FC, who shared several interesting insights about his team and the league heading into year 2. For someone who’s only … Continue reading “Shows the Pathway”: Bobby Smyrniotis on Tristan Borges, Forge’s success, CPL’s future and more

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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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‘A little taste’: Kwame Awuah and Chris Nanco aiming to make left side a ‘strong side’ for Forge in 2020

After doing well as a left-sided partnership in the 2nd half of the first-ever CPL season, Kwame Awuah and Chris Nanco are looking to take another step forward in year 2, as the two best friends get set to help Forge repeat as CPL champions in 2020. During the 1st season of the Canadian Premier League, a couple of trends quickly emerged. One of those … Continue reading ‘A little taste’: Kwame Awuah and Chris Nanco aiming to make left side a ‘strong side’ for Forge in 2020

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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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“We don’t have to reinvent the wheel”: Forge hoping that continuity, experience help overcome long CPL offseason

The 2019 CPL Champions, Forge, kicked off training camp this week. Here is a report from their camp, where spirits are high, the mentality is good and bright things appear to be on the horizon are on a team that is expected to be among the league leaders once again in 2020. After setting the bar high in year 1, they want to keep on … Continue reading “We don’t have to reinvent the wheel”: Forge hoping that continuity, experience help overcome long CPL offseason

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Guessing Game: 2020 BTSVancity Vancouver Whitecaps and MLS predictions roundtable

In this one, members of the BTS team (and a special guest) do their best to predict the Vancouver and MLS 2020 season, by answering a set of questions on both the ‘Caps and the rest of the league. After a long wait, MLS is finally back, with a busy slate of games on tap this weekend.  As MLS heads into its 25th season, this … Continue reading Guessing Game: 2020 BTSVancity Vancouver Whitecaps and MLS predictions roundtable

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“We have to continue”: Despite Champions League exit, Christian Bolanos and Saprissa aiming to carry on domestic growth

Saprissa narrowly fell to the Montreal Impact this week, as the Canadian side advanced to the next round of the Concacaf Champions League. After the game, BTS spoke to Saprissa’s Christian Bolanos, as the former Vancouver Whitecaps man shared his thoughts on the game, MLS and pushing forward. Continue reading “We have to continue”: Despite Champions League exit, Christian Bolanos and Saprissa aiming to carry on domestic growth

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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

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Rouges Reflections: Alphonso Davies shines in UCL, kickstarting big week for CanMNT players in Europe

Ahead of what promises to be a big week for Canadians in European play, Alphonso Davies got the party started on Tuesday, as he and his Bayern side picked up a commanding lead away to Chelsea. Here is a look at that, and how these big Canadian performances abroad are helping boost the country’s stock football-wise. Every time you set them a challenge, it seems … Continue reading Rouges Reflections: Alphonso Davies shines in UCL, kickstarting big week for CanMNT players in Europe