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    Canada in Group A for women's Olympic qualifying tournament
    Tournament starts January 19 at BC Place


    OLYMPIC QUALIFYING TOURNAMENT DRAW

    GROUP A:
    Canada
    Costa Rica
    Cuba
    Haiti

    GROUP B:
    Dominican Republic
    Guatemala
    Mexico
    United States


    http://www.whitecapsfc.com/news/2011...ing-tournament
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    Toronto FC's Stinson among 3 new faces called to Canada
    TFC youngster part of 6 MLS reps for Canucks' WCQs vs. St. Kitts



    CANADA ROSTER

    Goalkeepers (2):
    Lars Hirschfeld (Vålerenga Fotball, Norway), Kenny Stamatopoulos (AIK Fotbol, Sweden)

    Defenders (6):
    Nik Ledgerwood (SV Wehen Wiesbaden, Germany), Mike Klukowski (Manisaspor, Turkey), Adam Straith (FC Energie Cottbus, Turkey), Ante Jazic (Chivas USA), David Edgar (Burnley FC, England), Ashtone Morgan (Toronto FC)

    Midfielders (6):
    Julian de Guzman (Toronto FC), Matt Stinson (Toronto FC), Will Johnson (Real Salt Lake) Josh Simpson (Manisaspor, Turkey), Jonathan Beaulieu-Bourgault (SC Preußen Münster, Germany), Patrice Bernier (Lyngby Boldklub, Denmark)

    Forwards (4):
    Tosaint Ricketts (FC Politehnica Timişoara, Romania), Simeon Jackson (Norwich City FC, England), Dwayne De Rosario (D.C. United), Olivier Occean (SpVgg Greuther Fürth, Germany)

    http://www.mlssoccer.com/news/articl...-called-canada

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    Canada pick up Attakora for World Cup qualifiers
    Canucks replace injured Stinson with Earthquakes defender



    Canada announced on Monday that San Jose defender Nana Attakora has been called up to their national squad for the two upcoming World Cup qualifiers with St. Kitts and Nevis.

    The 22-year-old former Toronto FC player will replace TFC teenager Matt Stinson, who withdrew with an injury

    http://www.mlssoccer.com/news/articl...cup-qualifiers
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    Small Steps
    Scoreless draw sees Canucks through to third round of WCQ




    In a match as bumpy and uneven as the Caribbean pitch it was played on, Canada held firm against a desperate St. Kitts and Nevis side in a 0-0 draw on Friday night that sees the Canadians advance to the third round of World Cup qualifying.

    http://www.mlssoccer.com/matchcenter...s-canada/recap

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    Canada rout St. Kitts 4-0 in 2nd-rd. finale

    Canucks break goal drought, DeRo pulls even atop all-time charts


    TORONTO — If Canada had a point to prove after a couple of frustrating performances, they certainly did their best to do so with a resounding 4-0 victory over St. Kitts and Nevis on Tuesday night in the final World Cup qualification match of the year.

    Goals by Olivier Occean, Dwayne De Rosario, Josh Simpson and Tosaint Ricketts lifted the Canadians to the win, which capped off a second-round group stage that Canada had clinched prior to the kickoff at BMO Field.

    In stark contrast to the frustrating 0-0 draw between the two sides four days earlier in St. Kitts, this match was a much more open affair as the Canadians looked to put some goals on the board for the first time after going scoreless in two matches.

    Canada found lots of space up front and, through the hard work of forwards Ricketts and Simpson, created a few good runs into the attacking third in the opening stages.

    Despite the Canadians’ newfound enthusiasm for going forward, it was actually the visitors who got the first real chance of the match, as they rang a shot off Kenny Stamatopoulos’ left post after a quick counterattack at the quarter-hour mark.

    http://www.mlssoccer.com/news/articl...-2nd-rd-finale

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    DeRosario named Canada's Player of the Year
    D.C. United star honored for the fourth time, first since 2007



    The accolades just keep coming for Dwayne De Rosario.

    After already having secured the Golden Boot and Most Valuable Player awards in MLS this past season, the D.C. United star was named Canada’s men's Player of the Year on Wednesday.

    De Rosario earned the honor based on a stellar year in which he scored 16 goals and 12 assists in league play. His goal total, split between three teams over the MLS season, was the highest of his illustrious career so far.

    In addition to the big numbers he put up at the club level, De Rosario also notched four goals for the Canadian national team in 2011, the most recent of which put the 33-year-old into a tie for top spot on Canada’s all-time goal-scoring chart.

    http://www.mlssoccer.com/news/articl...as-player-year

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    Canada's first test of 2012 to be against Armenia
    Hart expects stiff challenge for Canucks on Feb. 29 in Cyprus



    TORONTO – The Canadian national team will kick off its 2012 calendar with a friendly against Armenia on Feb. 29 in Cyprus, the Canadian Soccer Association announced on Tuesday.

    This will be the first ever meeting between the two sides. For Stephen Hart’s squad, the friendly will be the first test since a successful round of World Cup qualifying ended last November.

    The 46th-ranked Armenians – who were a last-minute replacement opponent after a scheduled friendly vs. New Zealand fell through – will provide a good challenge as Hart looks to prepare Canada for their next phase of World Cup qualification, which is slated to begin June 8 in Cuba.

    http://www.mlssoccer.com/news/articl...gainst-armenia

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    Hart to meet with Jonathan de Guzman to discuss Canada future
    Julian de Guzman reveals younger brother keen on being a Canuck



    The wheels are still in motion for Villarreal midfielder Jonathan de Guzman to eventually don Canadian national team colors, according to his brother.

    Speaking at the annual Toronto FC media day on Thursday, TFC Designated Player Julian de Guzman told reporters that Canada head coach Stephen Hart will be heading to Spain to discuss the younger de Guzman’s possible integration into the Canadian program.

    “I was with my brother throughout the holidays and he’s still keen on being a part of the Canadian national team,” Julian said. “[The CSA is] sorting things out right now and hopefully sometime next week or hopefully next month we’ll see a final answer.”

    http://www.mlssoccer.com/news/articl...-canada-future

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    Canada To Play Four At BMO
    National team unveils a new kit and commits to Toronto as WCQ destination



    Canada has announced that it will play four matches - a special Centenary match and three FIFA World Cup Qualifiers™ - at BMO Field in Toronto this 2012 season. The announcement was made on Thursday 2 February as part of the Canadian Soccer Association's 2012 Umbro Kit Launch in downtown Toronto.

    http://www.torontofc.ca/news/2012/02...-play-four-bmo


    Controversy In Canada
    Vancouver fans up in arms over national team's "home" stadium



    TORONTO – The Canadian Soccer Association's announcement on Thursday that all four men’s national team home matches in 2012 will be held in Toronto has sparked a passionate response across the country.

    When the news hit, fans took to social media and message boards to chime in on the decision, and the reaction was predictably mixed. While Toronto-area supporters were understandably elated to find out that they’d be able to see the national team in person four times this year, some fans from elsewhere in Canada questioned the move.

    I think that it’s kind of shameful that if you’re trying to grow the game across the country and get people to follow the Canadian game, and not their grandfather’s team of Italy or England, that these games aren’t in Vancouver or Montreal or Edmonton,” Graham said. “Let’s face it, why should I cheer for the Canadian national team if they never play where I live?”

    http://www.mlssoccer.com/news/articl...ian-supporters
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    Canada face Movsisyan & improving Armenia


    Canada’s national team plays its first match of 2012 on Wednesday in Cyprus, meeting up with Armenia on neutral ground at Tsirion Stadium (12 pm ET, Rogers Sportsnet One). The two countries have never met before.

    Canada Roster
    Milan Borjan (Sivasspor), Nik Ledgerwood (SV Wehen Wiesbaden), Mike Klukowski (Manisaspor), Kevin McKenna (FC Köln), Adam Straith (FC Saarbrücken), Julian de Guzman (Toronto FC), Iain Hume (Preston North End), Pedro Pacheco (CD Santa Clara), Tosaint Ricketts (FC Politehnica Timişoara), Simeon Jackson (Norwich City FC), Josh Simpson (BSC Young Boys), Nana Attakora (Unattached), Atiba Hutchinson (PSV Eindhoven), Samuel Piette (FC Metz), David Edgar (Burnley), Rob Friend (Eintracht Frankfurt), Marcus Haber (St. Johnstone), Kenny Stamatopoulos (AIK Fotbol)



    Armenia Roster
    Roman Berezovsky (Dinamo Moscow), Stepan Ghazaryan (FC Banants), Arsen Petrosyan (FC Pyunik), Grigor Meliksetyan (Paykan FC); Sargis Hovsepyan (FC Pyunik), Hrayr Mkoyan (PFC Spartak Nalchik), Valeri Aleksanyan (Sanat Naft Abadan FC), Levon Hayrapetyan (Lechia Gdańsk), Robert Arzumanyan (Jagiellonia Białystok), Artak Edigaryan (FC Pyunik), Arthur Yuspashyan (FC Pyunik), Varazdat Haroyan (FC Pyunik); Hovhannes Hambardzumyan (FC Banants), Andranik Voskanyan (FC Mika), Gagik Daghbashyan (FC Banants), Arthur Yedigaryan (FC Banants), Karlen Mkrtchyan (Metalurh Donetsk), Gevorg Ghazaryan (Metalurh Donetsk), Marcos Pizzelli (FC Kuban), Henrikh Mkhitaryan (Shakhtar Donetsk), Zaven Badoyan (BATE Borisov), Edgar Malakyan (FC Pyunik), David Manoyan (FC Pyunik), Kamo Hovhannisyan (FC Pyunik), Valter Poghosyan (FC Banants), Masis Voskanyan (KSV Roeselare), Aras Özbiliz (Ajax); Yura Movsisyan (FC Krasnodar), Artur Sarkisov (Shinnik Yaroslavl), Norair Mamedov (FC Zwolle), Hovhannes Hovhannisyan (FC Pyunik)

    http://www.mlssoccer.com/news/articl...g-armenia-side
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    Recap:
    Pizzilli, Armenia rally to beat Canada 3-1 in Cyprus



    Despite going up a goal in just the fifth minute of play, Canada fell 3-1 to a dominant Armenia side in a friendly played in Cyprus on Wednesday.

    Armenia put the nail in the Canadians’ coffin in stoppage time, when Aras Ozbiliz successfully converted a penalty kick that was the result of a poor challenge by Canada’s Mike Klukowski

    http://www.mlssoccer.com/news/articl...in-over-canada

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    Canada's Hart makes plea for more fan support in Toronto


    Canadian national team head coach Stephen Hart thinks his side has been missing something for a long time.

    No, it’s not Junior Hoilett or Jonathan de Guzman or another high-profile player who has yet to proclaim his loyalty to the Canadian program. Nor is it Joseph Di Chiara or Samuel Piette or some other new up-and-coming talent.

    Hart is hoping to see a fiercely partisan home support the next time Canada play a home game.

    The CMNT’s home games in 2011 were played predominantly in front of Canadian supporters, but they were against minnows Puerto Rico, St. Lucia and St. Kitts. However, BMO Field, at 21,140 capacity, was only about half full for each of those games. Historically, home games haven't felt that way, as smaller Canadian support has been drowned out by larger and more vocal visiting supporters.

    Canada’s upcoming home games this year include contests against the United States and Honduras – countries whose fans travel in much greater numbers and could drown out any Canadian support. Canada will be the underdog in most of those games and Hart knows that 12th man does make a difference.

    http://www.mlssoccer.com/news/articl...upport-toronto

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    Canada’s professional soccer clubs declare their support
    for Rob Newman in CSA presidential elections



    EDMONTON, AB; MONTREAL, QC; TORONTO, ON; VANCOUVER, BC - Canada’s four professional soccer clubs – FC Edmonton, Montreal Impact, Toronto FC, and Vancouver Whitecaps FC – announced today their unanimous support for the candidacy of Mr. Rob Newman in the upcoming election for president of the Canadian Soccer Association’s (CSA) board of directors. The election will take place at the CSA’s Annual General Meeting in Ottawa, Ontario, on Saturday, May 5.

    As committed stakeholders in Canadian soccer, FC Edmonton, Montreal Impact, Toronto FC, and Vancouver Whitecaps FC stand together in the strong belief that there is massive potential to grow soccer at all levels in Canada. For this to be truly achieved, Canadian soccer requires a strong national governing body to build relationships between all stakeholders, enhance fiscal responsibility and growth, and deliver a clear pathway for player development that will result in improved on-field performance of national teams at all levels. CSA governance reform and the ensuing support of the corporate community are essential to achieving this growth, requiring a move from an operational to a skills-based governing board.

    http://www.impactmontreal.com/en/new...tial-elections
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    Recap:
    Canada beat T&T 2-0 behind Ricketts, Johnson



    LAUDERHILL, Fla. – It was a one-sided game in every respect except on the scoreboard as Canada dominated their friendly match against Trinidad and Tobago on Wednesday, coming away with a 2-0 win.

    Tosaint Ricketts, who is still without a club team at the moment, caused troubles all night and fittingly scored the winner in the 57th minute. Real Salt Lake's Will Johnson then scored a penalty with just a few minutes left as Canada tallied twice in a game for the first time since they beat St. Kitts and Nevis 4-0 at BMO Field in November of last year


    http://www.mlssoccer.com/matchcenter...an-v-tri/recap

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    Preview:
    Canada tune up for US with friendly vs. Denmark



    The national team squad that will be facing Denmark in Tucson, Ariz., on Saturday (LIVE STREAM on KICKTV in the USA and Sportsnet.ca in Canada) is a radically different Canadian side than the one that last played this past October in an 8-1 World Cup qualifying debacle. That closed the books on Canada’s hopes of qualifying for the 2014 World Cup, and quite possibly on an era of players who never really lived up to their potential.

    Canada Roster:

    GOALKEEPERS (3):
    Lars Hirschfeld (Vålerenga/Norway), Roberto Stillo (Genoa CFC/Italy), Simon Thomas (unattached)

    DEFENDERS (6):
    Ashtone Morgan (Toronto FC), Nana Attakora (FC Haka/Finland), Dejan Jakovic (D.C. United), Doneil Henry (Toronto FC), Mason Trafford (IFK Mariehamn/Finland), Andres Fresenga (Racing Club de Montevideo/Uruguay).

    MIDFIELDERS (10):
    Nik Ledgerwood (Hammarby/Sweden), Philippe Davies (Richmond Kickers), Terry Dunfield (Toronto FC), Kyle Bekker (Toronto FC), Russell Teibert (Vancouver Whitecaps FC), Jonathan Beaulieu-Bourgault (unattached), Dwayne De Rosario (D.C. United), Emmanuel Gomez (Club Atlético Griffa/Argentina), Matt Stinson (Toronto FC), Evan James (unattached).

    FORWARDS (3):
    Tosaint Ricketts (Sandnes Ulf/Norway), Kyle Porter (FC Edmonton), Frank Jonke (FF Jaro/Finland).

    http://www.mlssoccer.com/news/articl...dly-vs-denmark

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    New Year, Same Canada

    Young side steamrolled by Denmark in first match of 2013


    TUCSON, Ariz. – A new year, a young, revamped squad and a new coach at the helm. Yet it was more of the same for the Canadian national team on Saturday, as Denmark rolled to an easy 4-0 win in a friendly at Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium.

    Andreas Cornelius had a hat trick and Kasper Lorentzen added a goal for good measure as a completely Danish Superliga-based squad had its way with a Canadian team that saw six players picking up their first senior caps.

    Canada's defense was soft throughout and could manage little resistance despite the presence of veterans Dwayne De Rosario, Terry Dunfield, Dejan Jakovic and Lars Hirschfeld on the pitch.

    http://www.mlssoccer.com/matchcenter...an-v-den/recap
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    Report:
    CSA severs ties with 3rd division over match-fixing



    FC and the Montreal Impact are likely in the hunt for new leagues for their respective academy teams after the Canadian Soccer Association reportedly has severed ties with the Canadian Soccer League.

    According to CBC Sports, the CSA stopped sanctioning the league for a number of reasons – not the least of which are match-fixing allegations surrounding league games over a number of years that is part of a larger match-fixing scandal in Europe.

    The Ontario- and Quebec-based CSL represents the third-highest level of soccer in Canada behind MLS and the NASL. Toronto and Montreal both field academy sides in the league.

    Under FIFA regulations, any players who play in an unsanctioned league would not be able to participate in a sanctioned leagues like MLS without facing heavy fines.

    There are options for TFC and the Impact, however. Some of Montreal’s youth teams are already a part of the US Soccer Federation Development Academy structure. If Toronto want to remain in an all-Canadian league, it would likely mean joining the Ontario Soccer League Elite League.

    The Vancouver Whitecaps FC’s Residency is unaffected as it is part of the USL’s Professional Development League

    http://www.mlssoccer.com/news/articl...r-match-fixing

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    Canada name U-20 roster


    Canada will begin the tournament on Monday 18 February (20.00 local / 21.00 ET / 18.00 PT) with a match against Cuba; and will then take on Nicaragua on Friday 22 February (20.00 local / 21.00 ET / 18.00 PT).

    Both of Canada's group-stage matches will be streamed at Sportsnet.ca. Fans will also be able to follow live Twitter coverage via @CanadaSoccerEN; as well as complete pre and post-match video coverage on CanadaSoccerTV.

    To qualify for the FIFA U-20 World Cup Turkey 2013 - Canada will need to finish in one of the top four positions at the CONCACAF Championshhip. Canada will have to fight its way into one of the top two places in Group B and then go on to win its quarter-final match-up to qualify for Turkey 2013.

    Canada trained from 11-16 February in Mexico City before heading to Puebla for the CONCACAF Championship.

    GK- Maxime Crépeau | CAN / Académie Impact Montréal
    GK- Ricky Gomes | POR / Sport Clube de Mirandela
    CB- Doneil Henry | CAN / Toronto FC
    CB- Manjrekar James | HUN / PMFC-MATIAS
    CB- Daniel Stanese | GER / FC Nürnberg Reserve
    FB- Jon Dollery | ENG / Crawley Town FC
    FB- Marco Lapenna | GER / FC Erzgebirge Aue
    FB- Allan Zebie | CAN / FC Edmonton Reserve
    M- Keven Aleman | ESP / Real Valladolid
    M- Dylan Carreiro | ENG / Queens Park Rangers
    M- Mauro Eustáquio | POR / Sporting Clube de Pombal
    F- Ben Fisk | CAN / Vancouver Whitecaps FC U-23
    M- Ben McKendry | USA / University of New Mexico
    M- Zakaria Messoudi | CAN / Académie Impact Montréal
    F- Michael Petrasso | ENG / Queens Park Rangers
    M- Samuel Piette | GER / Fortuna Düsseldorf
    M- Alessandro Riggi | ESP / Celta de Vigo
    F- Caleb Clarke | CAN / Vancouver Whitecaps FC
    F- Anthony Jackson-Hamel | CAN / Académie Impact Montréal
    F- Stefan Vukovic | Unattached / sans club

    http://www.whitecapsfc.com/news/2013...me-u-20-roster

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    Canadian national team to open first camp with Benito Floro in September in Spain


    The Benito Floro era is finally set to begin for the Canadian national team.

    The squad will open its first training camp under their new head coach (above, right) beginning Sept. 1 in in Valencia, Spain, the Canadian Soccer Association announced on Friday. The CSA will announce the squad for the camp during the week leading up the camp.

    The 10-day camp will include Floro’s first games in charge, both against the West African country of Mauritania on Sept. 8 and 10. Mauritania are currently ranked at No. 151 in the latest FIFA rankings and are one of only four teams that didn’t enter into qualifying for the 2014 World Cup.

    http://www.mlssoccer.com/news/articl...loro-september

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    Canada drawn into Group E at upcoming U-17 World Cup


    Back for their second straight tournament under head coach Sean Fleming, the young Canadians will likely have to win one their first two games if they have any hope of advancing to the round of 16 for the first time.

    The Canadians open against Austria on Oct. 19. In the Austrians, Canada will be up against one of the weaker teams from the six-team UEFA contingent. In an eight-team qualifying tournament that took place in May, Austria actually qualified after finishing third in a group with Slovakia, Sweden and Switzerland.




    The groups for the upcoming U-17 World Cup:
    Group A

    United Arab Emirates
    Honduras
    Brazil
    Slovakia

    Group B

    Uruguay
    New Zealand
    Cote d’Ivoire
    Italy

    Group C

    Croatia
    Morocco
    Panama
    Uzbekistan

    Group D

    Tunisia
    Venezuela
    Russia
    Japan

    Group E

    Canada
    Austria
    Iran
    Argentina

    Group F

    Mexico
    Nigeria
    Iraq
    Sweden

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    Canada fall 1-0 in rematch against Mauritania


    On a field at a resort in rural Spain, Canada was the better team all over the field against Mauritania except when it matters the most. In the end, Canada’s inability to score once again came back to haunt them as they conceded once to lose 1-0 to Mauritania.

    “What was missing was pretty much what’s been missing since a very long time and that’s scoring,” said midfielder Julian de Guzman. “Hopefully that’s something that we can work on going into the next couple camps.”

    Unlike Sunday’s game, where took Canada some time to get into, on Tuesday Canada took it Mauritania right off the start and got a chance just a few minutes in when Issey Nakajima-Farran had a shot near the edge of the 18-yard box get saved.

    http://www.rednationonline.ca/Articl...auritania.aspx

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    Canada's Benito Floro:
    If Camilo, Gershon Koffie, Felipe, Hassoun Camara are serious, I'm listening



    OLIVA, Spain – With an ever-growing list of foreign-born MLS talent saying they may be interested in suiting up for the Canadian national team, new head coach Benito Floro says anyone showing a desire to wear the red and white would be more than welcome.

    Vancouver Whitecaps midfielder Gershon Koffie already has permanent residency status in Canada, while his club teammate Camilo has already applied. Montreal Impact defender Hassoun Camara also submitted an application for residency, and his club teammate Felipe Martins says he intends to do so next year as soon as he is eligible.

    All four players have expressed interest in playing for their adopted country. As Floro wrapped up his first training camp here as Canada's head coach, he said he’s in no way opposed if they wanted to join.

    “For me, the person is from two places: Where you were born and grew up and then where he decides to live,” Floro told MLSsoccer.com through a translator on Tuesday as Canada closed camp. “In my mind, [borders don't exist]. It is a delicate subject but for me – if they are very good players and they love Canada and they want to participate, for me, I’ll never have a problem.”

    http://www.mlssoccer.com/news/articl...amara-are-seri

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    Canada officially announce friendly vs. Australia
    at Fulham's Craven Cottage in London in October



    The Canadian Soccer Association has confirmed a weeks-old rumor that the Canadian men's national team will face Australia in a friendly on Oct. 15 at Craven Cottage, the home of Fulham FC, in London.

    The game was announced on Wednesday evening and will see Canada going up against a Socceroos side coached by former Canada head coach Holger Osieck, who led the Reds to the 2000 CONCACAF Gold Cup title.

    http://www.mlssoccer.com/news/articl...n-cottage-lond

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    Is red-hot Tosaint Ricketts the answer for CaMNT's scoring woes?


    One of the biggest question for the Canadian men’s national team these days is, who will be able to put the ball in the back of the net? Across the pond this past week, a few Canadians made the case that they might be a part of the answer.

    Tosaint Ricketts (above) potted his third goal of the season (and third in two weeks) for Bucaspor in their win Monday, while Daniel Haber scored his first goal for Apollon Limassol since joining the Cypriot First Division team this summer.

    Marcus Haber was narrowly held off the score sheet after coming on as a sub for Notts County on Saturday; but elsewhere in England’s League One, Iain Hume’s first goal for Preston North End since April 2012 helped lift his side to a 2-1 victory.

    In the 2.Bundesliga, the stage was set for a battle of the Canadian big men as Olivier Occean and FC Kaiserslautern faced off against Rob Friend and 1860 Munich on Sunday. However, the clash proved anticlimactic with neither Canuck finding the net.

    A bit further down the German pyramid, Caleb Clarke continued his solid form for FC Augsburg II, scoring his third goal in 10 appearances since arriving on a season-long loan from the Vancouver Whitecaps.

    http://www.mlssoccer.com/news/articl...s-scoring-woes

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    Here's how the rest of Canada's Internationals did Across the Pond:

    Issey Nakajima-Farran – Alki (CPR – D1):
    Saturday, September 28, did not play in a 2-1 loss to Apollon.

    Daniel Haber – Apollon Limassol (CPR – D1):
    Saturday, September 28, played 70 minutes and scored A GOAL in a 2-1 victory over Alki.

    David Edgar – Burnley (ENG - D2):
    Saturday, September 28, subbed in at the 90th minute in a 3-0 victory over Charlton Athletic.

    Iain Hume – Preston North End (ENG – D3):
    Saturday, September 28, played 76 minutes and scored A GOAL in a 2-1 victory over Swindon Town.

    Marcus Haber – Notts County (ENG – D3):
    Saturday, September 28, subbed in at the 58th minute in a 2-1 loss to Carlisle United.


    Frank Jonke – Jaro (FIN – D1):
    Friday, September 27, played all 90 minutes in a 5-2 loss to Lahti.

    Roger Thompson – Mariehamn (FIN – D1):
    Sunday, September 29, played all 90 minutes in a 3-2 victory over Honka.

    Marcel De Jong – FC Augsburg (GER - D1):
    Saturday, September 28, did not play in a 2-2 draw with Borussia Monchengladbach.

    Simeon Jackson – Eintracht Braunschweig (GER – D1):
    Sunday, September 29, played 45 minutes in a 4-0 loss to Stuttgart.

    Kevin McKenna – FC Koln (GER – B2):
    Friday, September 27, did not play in a 1-0 victory over Aalen.

    Rob Friend – 1860 Munich (GER – B2):
    Tuesday, September 24, subbed in at the 112th minute in a 2-0 loss to Borussia Dortmund in the DFB Pokal.

    Sunday, September 29, played all 90 minutes in a 3-0 loss to Kaiserslautern.

    Olivier Occean – Kaiserslautern (GER - D1):
    Wednesday, September 25, played all 90 minutes and scored A GOAL in a 3-1 victory over Hertha BSC in the DFB Pokal.

    Sunday, September 29, played 69 minutes in a 3-0 victory over 1860 Munich.

    Andre Hainault – Aalen (GER – B2):
    Friday, September 27, did not play in a 1-0 loss against Koln.

    Adam Straith – Wehen Wiesbaden (GER - D3):
    Saturday, September 28, did not play in a 1-1 draw with Stuttgart II.

    Julian De Guzman – Skoda Xanthi (GRE – D1):
    Sunday, September 29, played all 90 minutes in a 2-1 loss to PAS Giannina.

    Tomer Chencinski – Maccabi Tel Aviv (ISR – D1):
    Saturday, September 28, did not play in a 3-0 victory over Ironi Kiryat Shmona.

    Roberto Stillo – Perugia (ITA – D3):
    Sunday, September 29, did not play in a 2-0 victory over Lecce.

    Lars Hirschfeld – Valerenga (NOR – D1):
    Sunday, September 29, did not play in a 2-1 loss to Odd.

    Pedro Pacheco – Santa Clara (POR – D2):
    Saturday, September 28, played all 90 minutes in a 2-1 loss to Porto II.

    Kenny Stamatopolous – AIK (SWE – D1):
    Thursday, September 26, played all 90 minutes in a 2-2 draw with Djurgarden.

    Next match, Monday September 30 v Oste.

    Nikolas Ledgerwood – Hammarby (SWE – D2):
    Sunday, September 29, played all 90 minutes in a 1-1 draw with GIF Sundsvall.

    Atiba Hutchinson – Besiktas (TUR – D1):
    Next match, Monday September 30 v. Antalyaspor.

    Milan Borjan – Sivasspor (TUR – D1):
    Sunday, September 29, did not play in a 4-2 victory over Elazigspor.

    Tosaint Ricketts – Bucaspor (TUR – D2):
    Next match, Monday September 30 v Boluspor.


    Lucas Cavallini – Nacional (URU – D1):
    Next match, Friday October 4 v El Tanque Sisle.


    ACROSS THE BORDER
    Maxime Tissot heads in the tying goal to salvage a result for Montreal in a 2-2 draw with Chicago

    http://www.rednationonline.ca/Articl...ber292013.aspx
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