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The Third Sub Episode 33/34: An in-depth Canadian Premier League ‘Island Games’ Preview

In their 33rd and 34th episode of the Third Sub, Alexandre Gangue-Ruzic and Samuel Rowan sit back and preview the Canadian Premier League’s Island Games, which get underway in P.E.I. later this week. Welcome back to the latest episode of the Third Sub podcast! In this special dual-episode, numbers 33 and 34, Alex and Sam are back, as usual, this time to dive into some … Continue reading The Third Sub Episode 33/34: An in-depth Canadian Premier League ‘Island Games’ Preview

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The Third Sub Episode 29: Breaking down the Canadian Premier League’s ‘Island Games’ (Ft. Terran Campbell)

In their 29th episode of the Third Sub, Alexandre Gangue-Ruzic and Samuel Rowan talk all things Canadian Premier League, as they break down the league’s recently announced return-to-play plan, before rounding this episode off with an interview with Pacific FC forward Terran Campbell, which was conducted by Alex a couple of weeks back. Welcome back to the 29th episode of the Third Sub! In this … Continue reading The Third Sub Episode 29: Breaking down the Canadian Premier League’s ‘Island Games’ (Ft. Terran Campbell)

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Island Invitation: The Canadian Premier League announces 2020 return with ‘Island Games’ return-to-play plan

The Canadian Premier League announced it’s 2020 return-to-play plan on Wednesday, by revealing the ‘Island Games’, their special tournament that will be held in Charlottetown, P.E.I starting on August 13th. Here is a breakdown of the tournament, including some comments from CPL commissioner David Clanachan, after the league made its big announcement earlier on Wednesday.  Canada’s top domestic men’s soccer circuit has finally announced its … Continue reading Island Invitation: The Canadian Premier League announces 2020 return with ‘Island Games’ return-to-play plan

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‘I want to score more’: After breakout 2019 season, Pacific FC’s Terran Campbell looking for 2020 encore

As the Canadian Premier League slowly starts to return to training, in preparation of a potential return, we got the chance to speak with Pacific FC forward Terran Campbell, as he took the time to chat with us about his breakout 2019 season, his goals for the future, the CPL, Black Lives Matter and more. Here is that interview, as we get a chance to … Continue reading ‘I want to score more’: After breakout 2019 season, Pacific FC’s Terran Campbell looking for 2020 encore

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Cascadia to the Coast: Plenty of storylines to monitor heading into 2nd week of Whitecaps camp

As the Vancouver Whitecaps continue their 2020 preseason, which officially kicked off earlier this week, we look at some storylines to watch for this camp, as they get set to play 6 games over the next month or so.  With a new year, comes new storylines, new faces and new expectations. Earlier this week, the Vancouver Whitecaps 2020 training camp got underway at UBC, as … Continue reading Cascadia to the Coast: Plenty of storylines to monitor heading into 2nd week of Whitecaps camp

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Learning Moments: What to take away from Canada Men’s National Team ‘Camp Poutine’

With Canada’s Men’s National Team’s latest camp wrapping up down in California, we look back at some things we noticed from during the two weeks, as some players stepped up, lessons were learned and the path towards the 2022 World Cup took its latest winding twist.  Results-wise, the circumstances demanded perfection, a standard which they were unable to meet.  Besides that, it was overall a … Continue reading Learning Moments: What to take away from Canada Men’s National Team ‘Camp Poutine’

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Flurry of Action: Erice gone, Didic and Gutierrez in, what’s it all mean for the Vancouver Whitecaps?

With the Vancouver Whitecaps keeping busy this week, bringing in 2 players, while shuffling one out, we analyze the 3 moves for the club, as they ramp up their activity heading into the start of their MLS preseason.  Much like the snow that dogged the lower mainland recently, the moves seemed to come in a flurry of action in Vancouver late this week. The start … Continue reading Flurry of Action: Erice gone, Didic and Gutierrez in, what’s it all mean for the Vancouver Whitecaps?

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Stats Splurge: Calculating Adjusted Save Percentage totals in the Canadian Premier League

With the release of the CPL Centre Circle DATA! this week, we decided to dive in and attempt to calculate adjusted save percentage numbers across the league, allowing us to get a better idea of who stood out in goal this season.  Goalkeepers were the flavour of the day in the CPL Finals. The brand-new Canadian Premier League recently wrapped up proceedings with their first-ever … Continue reading Stats Splurge: Calculating Adjusted Save Percentage totals in the Canadian Premier League

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Long-Read: After year of 1sts, Cavalry’s Marco Carducci reflects on a memorable CPL campaign

Before the 2nd leg of the CPL Finals kicked off, we got a chance to speak with Marco Carducci at Media Day in Calgary. Here is what the former Whitecaps man had to say.  After the busy year that Marco Carducci has had, you could excuse him for thinking that things have gone by fast.  “It’s been a bit of a blur, right?” he said … Continue reading Long-Read: After year of 1sts, Cavalry’s Marco Carducci reflects on a memorable CPL campaign

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CPL: York, Halifax reflect on what’s next heading into first-ever offseason

As teams conclude the end of the CPL regular season, we reflect on what the 5 teams missing out on the finals will have to do to match the success of their peers, from building identities and improving the calibre of their squads.  On a sunny Saturday in Toronto, the city doesn’t seem to stop moving, with people racing around as they try to keep … Continue reading CPL: York, Halifax reflect on what’s next heading into first-ever offseason