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Canada and US ready to kick off ‘new era’ of rivalry on Tuesday

After a long wait, the day is finally upon us, as the US comes up to Toronto to take on their northern neighbours Canada in a CONCACAF Nations League clash with plenty at stake.  In a match ridden with World Cup, Gold Cup and Nations League implications, Canada takes on the US in Toronto on Tuesday, as both teams look to rekindle their men’s soccer … Continue reading Canada and US ready to kick off ‘new era’ of rivalry on Tuesday

John Herdman and Canada excited for pivotal home clash with US in the next stop of “Mission Impossible” for 2022

John Herdman spoke to media on Wednesday, answering questions ahead of Canada’s biggest game in recent memory.  With the important Nations League clash against the US now coming up in less than 3 weeks, Canada’s Men’s National Team coach, John Herdman, stood court for the media on Wednesday. In Toronto for the Canadian Championship final between Montreal and Toronto, he answered questions from the media … Continue reading John Herdman and Canada excited for pivotal home clash with US in the next stop of “Mission Impossible” for 2022

“It’s gonna be fantastic for the city.”: Montreal Impact excited for 2020 CONCACAF Champions League after Voyageurs Cup triumph vs TFC

With the memories of a 2015 run in the back of their minds, the Impact make a return to the Champions League next spring, looking to best a run that had them oh so close to MLS history In the afterglow of a triumphant victory over Toronto FC in the Voyageurs Cup final, Wilmer Cabrera was reflective on what it meant for his club to … Continue reading “It’s gonna be fantastic for the city.”: Montreal Impact excited for 2020 CONCACAF Champions League after Voyageurs Cup triumph vs TFC

Magic of the Cup: Montreal Impact overcome wild second-half vs Toronto FC to win 10th Voyageurs Cup title on penalties 

The Montreal Impact overcame a crazy second-half to down their rivals Toronto on their own turf and win their 10th Voyageurs Cup on Wednesday, putting an end to a remarkable year for the competition.  On a cool fall evening in Toronto, rivals Montreal Impact and Toronto FC met at BMO field in what promised to be an entertaining affair, with the Voyageurs Cup and a … Continue reading Magic of the Cup: Montreal Impact overcome wild second-half vs Toronto FC to win 10th Voyageurs Cup title on penalties 

Get in formation: Weighing the pros and cons of 4-3-3s and 3-5-2s for the Vancouver Whitecaps 

The Vancouver Whitecaps face some formation questions heading into 2020, so we decided to weigh the pros and cons of their two main options to line up in next season.  Marc Dos Santos has had a few preferred alignments in his first year as a Whitecaps head coach, with the Caps mainly using a 4-3-3 throughout his inaugural campaign in Vancouver. He hasn’t been completely … Continue reading Get in formation: Weighing the pros and cons of 4-3-3s and 3-5-2s for the Vancouver Whitecaps 

Magic of the Cup: Montreal Impact draw first blood vs Toronto FC after Piatti stunner

In a clash of longtime Canadian rivals, the Montreal Impact took on Toronto FC in the first leg of the Voyageurs cup, and they emerged victorious thanks to some magic from their Argentinean #10. Advantage Impact. The Montreal Impact came out with a convincing performance in a time of doubt to take the slight edge in the Voyageurs Cup final. Motivated by an especially boisterous … Continue reading Magic of the Cup: Montreal Impact draw first blood vs Toronto FC after Piatti stunner

How the growing profile of the Canadian Premier League has caught the attention of National Team players and coaches alike 

With the recent milestone of Marco Carducci’s call-up earlier this month in mind, we took the chance to speak to a couple of players about the CPL, getting their thoughts on the league as it continues to grow in its inaugural campaign.  The Canadian Premier League got a huge boost to its ever-growing profile earlier this month, as goalkeeper Marco Carducci earned a call-up to … Continue reading How the growing profile of the Canadian Premier League has caught the attention of National Team players and coaches alike 

Well-travelled Sam Adekugbe staking his claim to be Canada’s starting left-back ahead of 2022 World Cup qualifying campaign

With Sam Adekugbe putting up some strong performances in Norway, he continues to push to become Canada’s starting left-back ahead of the start of their 2022 World Cup Qualifying process. With Canada playing a couple of games this past week in Toronto, we caught up with the former Vancouver Whitecap, as he spoke on a couple of topics, including his time in Vancouver, his European … Continue reading Well-travelled Sam Adekugbe staking his claim to be Canada’s starting left-back ahead of 2022 World Cup qualifying campaign

Sweet Sixteen: Vancouver Whitecaps FC vs Toronto FC

The second of three matches in a row at home, this ended up being one of the dullest affairs of the season, despite a 1-1 scoreline. Both teams struggled to generate much, and both looked like they could use the 2-3 week break that was about to hit them. Despite that, there was good passion from the fans and the players as derby matches always … Continue reading Sweet Sixteen: Vancouver Whitecaps FC vs Toronto FC

Post-Match Review #16– Vancouver Whitecaps FC vs Toronto FC: Snooze Fest From the 6ix

After a strong performance in the week prior against Dallas, the Vancouver Whitecaps took a step back in this one as they drew with Toronto in one of the most forgettable matches of the 2019 season to date. With Toronto coming into the game only having picked up 1 point in their last 5 matches, it was expected that Vancouver could at the very least … Continue reading Post-Match Review #16– Vancouver Whitecaps FC vs Toronto FC: Snooze Fest From the 6ix