Jimmy Brennan recreates another iconic moment in Toronto sports, Forge skirt the U21 quota, and more from Week Three at the CanPL Potato Cup.
Everyone is tired, but points still matter. It’s a Saturday afternoon, alright.
I really, really want to tell you this game between FC Edmonton and Halifax Wanderers won’t be a snore, but I can’t. Please, someone play attacking mids. Please.
It’s CanPL. Cavalry and Forge are good, and the rest of the teams are fighting for the two spots left over. With varying degrees of success, mind.
Wanderers take on a battle-hardened but battle-weary Cavalry side. Is another surprise on the cards? Find out from 8:30pm.
Channeling Valour’s limitless energy and self-belief, we have an extra liveblog for you to enjoy.
Forge haven’t looked quite right, but they still have four points, and Wanderers are in for a test. Follow along from 8:30PM.
If you missed a game in CanPL this weekend, it probably ended 2 – 2. If you want more detail than that, read on.
Wanderers are back, and the tournament is in Atlantic Canada. Let’s not bet against this team.
Ottleti begins its existence in the Potato Cup with a tricky match against York9.