AUS is back, and everything is normal again.
The Canadian Premier League is back, in spite of a winter riddled with pandemic challenges and self-inflicted wounds. What really matters is that fans will be able to watch Canadian professional soccer live again.
Wanderers will be back in Halifax at some point this fall, which should give this team the boost of energy it needs to overcome the travel and challenge for the league title.
Lets go pick-by-pick through the CanPL USPORTs draft choices, and tackle the always-fun conundrum that is trying to get overlooked Canadian players a professional oportunity.
The second-annual awards show featuring recognition for all of the Canadian Premier League’s oddities.
As much as Forge have experience in the final, it’s on them to adapt to Wanderers’ pressure that can and has disrupted their build-up play.
Jimmy Brennan recreates another iconic moment in Toronto sports, Forge skirt the U21 quota, and more from Week Three at the CanPL Potato Cup.
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.
If you missed a game in CanPL this weekend, it probably ended 2 – 2. If you want more detail than that, read on.