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The Third Sub Episode 50: Vancouver Whitecaps lose to Timbers, and a CanMNT Gold Cup update

In the 50th episode of the Third Sub, Alexandre Gangue-Ruzic and Samuel Rowan discuss the most recent Vancouver Whitecaps game, a 1-0 loss to the Portland Timbers, before also delving into some other topics, including the Whitecaps long term plan, the value of substitutions, and the most recent Gold Cup draw. Welcome back to the Third Sub Podcast! In a special milestone episode, their 50th, … Continue reading The Third Sub Episode 50: Vancouver Whitecaps lose to Timbers, and a CanMNT Gold Cup update

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Second ‘Caps Thoughts: Vancouver Whitecaps keeping busy, connecting the dots during postponement

Despite the lack of Vancouver Whitecaps game this weekend, due to the MLS’s postponement of games due to the outbreak of COVID-19, they kept busy online, entertaining many via alternate avenues. In this edition of Second ‘Caps Thoughts, we tip our hat to them for that, before looking at why the break may benefit them, as this mandatory postponement continues. It wasn’t a conventional way … Continue reading Second ‘Caps Thoughts: Vancouver Whitecaps keeping busy, connecting the dots during postponement

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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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Olympique to Olympics: Montreal Impact’s Champions League match offers early look at CanMNT Olympic hopefuls

The Concacaf Champions League continues to rage on this week, with 8 matches to monitor. In this one, we focus on the Canadian participant, the Montreal Impact, and the battle ahead for the young squad, one littered with U23 Canadians, before rounding things off with a look at the other 7 games. With the Concacaf Olympic qualifiers also coming up, a U23 event, we also … Continue reading Olympique to Olympics: Montreal Impact’s Champions League match offers early look at CanMNT Olympic hopefuls

John Herdman toeing the tightrope ahead of Nations League in fall

But, instead of having to manage the weight of falling down to a possible death, he carries the hopes of a nation on his shoulders, with possible failure awaiting a fate some would consider worse than any fall.  It’s a fate that Herdman, coach of the Canadian men’s national team, has had to shoulder, having been dealt a few rough hands the past couple weeks. … Continue reading John Herdman toeing the tightrope ahead of Nations League in fall

Thoughts and Musings: Looking Back at Canada’s Elimination (and What Needs to Change)

It’s been over a week now, yet it’s still tough to process the fact that Canada was knocked out of the Women’s World Cup in only the round of 16. Despite their high FIFA ranking coming into the tournament  , they were unable to live up to the lofty expectations put on both by themselves and the rest of the nation. With their strong performance in … Continue reading Thoughts and Musings: Looking Back at Canada’s Elimination (and What Needs to Change)

International Match Preview: Canada Soccer vs French Guiana (Big Things Beckon)

After getting through the first 3 matches with relative ease, Canada face their last opponent in this CONCACAF Nations League and Gold Cup qualifying stage, a plucky French Guiana outfit. Despite taking 9 points from those first three matches, there is still everything to play on this last matchday for as they chase a monumental qualification to the inaugural League A of the Nations League, … Continue reading International Match Preview: Canada Soccer vs French Guiana (Big Things Beckon)