Cavalry were built to be a prime example of the Canadian Premier League, day one. And they were.
Here we all are at the end of the road. This afternoon (or tonight, on CBC), somebody gets the keys to the castle.
The league began in a Tim Hortons, and so it will end in one.
Surprisingly, these two teams have played some close games this year, mainly in Halifax. Whether Wanderers can deliver a similar performance on the road has been the devil of their season.
Today is a day of celebrations: Peter Schaale going back to school, Cavalry in the Voyageur’s Cup semi-final with a chance, Forge beating Antigua in CONCACAF.
Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more; or close the wall up with our English dead. In peace there’s nothing so becomes a man as modest stillness and humility: but when the blast of war blows in our ears, then summon up the action of the tiger….
We’re back after a slow cup-centric week with a boatload of Canadian Premier League action. But it doesn’t involve Wanderers–boo!
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.
The Quagmire returns. Cavalry FC have a chance to go to 15 points and take a commanding lead in the CanPL spring standings.