Dylan makes some educated guesses for Monday’s CanPL draft, looking at the best unlikely USPORTs heroes from across the country.
It’s mostly the same teams in contention–now all minus a key player or two that made them dynasties. Room for an upset? Or just another Carabins – Capers final?
Someone had to go first, and so it falls to Pacific FC, somehow appropriately, to become the first Canadian Premier League club to fire a coach.
University soccer in Canada is growing. In 2019, more eyes will be on AUS, and on USPORTs soccer as a whole. With the success of its alumni in the new Canadian Premier League, let’s look at who leads AUS, and who might be next to make the jump beyond it.
In order to develop Canadian players–and keep Canadian fans–CanPL needs to figure out a sensible way to balance its schedule for both endurance and quality of play.
On Saturday, Wanderers’ Alex De Carolis had, I think pretty indisputably, his best game as a Wanderer to date–until the 85th minute when a single, small decision undid everything for Halifax.
Three months ago, we didn’t have a league. In hindsight, there were so many things that could have gone wrong, and so many things that, ultimately, didn’t.
Halifax Wanderers lost another road game, which isn’t particularly interesting on its own–sometimes you lose road games–but the way they did it shows us a lot about how this league works.
Cavalry FC have developed a way of playing that suits a new league. Can it work long-term. Tommy Wheeldon Jr. has bought himself time to find out.
Back in September I took my first trip to the remodeled Wanderers Ground and summed up my experience as a fan watching the AUS derby between Dalhousie and SMU.