If you want a semi-pro league, you have it, at least in the fall. The 2022 AUS season is going to be tight and taut, and it deserves more attention.
Wanderers have hit a skid, and pressure is building for on-field success. But this is Nova Scotia. Three years is nothing when you’re all-in on a megaproject.
I didn’t want to write this one.
Is Valour a Rob Gale team, or a dos Santos team? Either way, the rebuild might be close to paying-off.
Forge are really, really good. So let’s talk about Canadian development systems instead.
Pa-Modou Kah reshaped Pacific in just two years, in the middle of a pandemic. He’s a very good coach, but I think James Merriman is, too.
Atlético Ottawa has managed to assemble a steady roster of Canadians in need of (another) chance, but also need to identify a core group to take them forward.
Continuity is key for Cavalry, but how long can a team continue when it’s been close but never a champion?
York surprised everyone last year with a strong playoff showing. As a result, they fired the coach who got them there. Someone help me with the logic.
Is this the year Wanderers finally break thirty goals? It’s up to Akeem Garcia to make that happen after a season to forget in 2021.