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Bicycle Picks – All Square in the Merseyside Derby?

January 27, 2014Picks
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Bicycle Picks – Zach Rance makes his picks for Tuesday’s EPL games! Liverpool v Everton The last Merseyside Derby finished 3-3 in November and there’s no reason to believe it’ll be any different when Liverpool host Everton at Anfield. If anything, it’ll be like a trip back in time to the ‘eighties, which is the […]

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Jermain Defoe Arrives in Toronto

January 13, 2014Soccer
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What does Jermaine Defoe’s arrival at Toronto FC mean for the club, and for Major League Soccer in general? Ricky Rothstein considers the possibilities. Jermain Defoe is different to most other European players who have crossed the Atlantic to play professional soccer in America. The North American Soccer League of the 1970s had superstars with […]

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CanMNT vs. Australia: Can Floro save Canadian soccer?

October 15, 2013Soccer
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The future looks at least a little brighter for Canadian soccer with Benito Floro at the helm, but he’s not out to completely overhaul the program overnight. There is serious work to be done and that much could be evident Tuesday when Canada’s international squad faces off with Australia, a side that already has its […]

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PSV and Milan top a busy UEFA Champions League Slate

August 20, 2013Soccer
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Two of the most storied clubs in soccer clash tonight as PSV and AC Milan collide in Eindhoven for the first leg of their UEFA Champions League playoff. Al Dannity previews the game of the day and the other four match-ups. This is where you end up if you don’t take care of business in […]

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Canada’s Likely Early Gold Cup Exit is for the Best

July 12, 2013Soccer
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Canada’s 2-0 loss to Mexico all but ended any hopes of making the quarter finals of the CONCACAF Gold Cup. Al Dannity says an early exit from the competition is probably not a bad result. In an ideal world I wouldn’t be writing this column. In that world last night’s 2-0 loss to Mexico in […]

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Do or Die for Canada and Mexico in Gold Cup

July 11, 2013Soccer
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With both Canada and Mexico losing their opening group games, both sides badly need a win when they meet on Thursday. Draws are possible in Soccer but Al Dannity says this will be a case of two teams enter, one team leaves. Tonight’s two combatants each lost their opening games in the Gold Cup but […]

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Friendly Schmendly, Canada and USA WNTs Battle Sunday

May 31, 2013Soccer
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The rematch Canadian Soccer fans have been waiting for since the summer is almost here. Al Dannity says the word ‘friendly’ would be better replaced by ‘challenge’ when Canada takes on the USA in Women’s Soccer at BMO Field. It should have been her night. Christine Sinclair tormented the USA defence with a hat-trick and […]

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Impact Back at Home at Saputo Stadium vs. Columbus Crew

April 11, 2013Soccer
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Montreal may face snowy Saputo debut on Saturday Fresh off a two-week break in the schedule, the Impact are back in Montreal to face the Columbus Crew in the club’s first game of the season at Saputo Stadium. As usual the Impact played two games at Olympic Stadium earlier this year and weather could be […]

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Canada Women Lose 1-0 to England in Exhibition

April 8, 2013Soccer
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The Canadian women’s national team’s European tour ended in heart-breaking defeat. A stoppage time header was enough to steal the win for England against a battling Canadian team. Al Dannity looks back on the best of Sunday’s action. Having drawn 1-1 with France in the first game of their European tour, hopes were high in […]

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MLS Picks for Kicks: Ryan Nelsen Leads Toronto FC Reform

April 5, 2013Soccer
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Argentine reinforcements en route To TFC Rome wasn’t built in a day and neither was Manchester United. That’s what Toronto FC supporters should remember as the Reds prepare for their fifth game of the MLS season. At this point last year it was painfully obvious that major changes were needed with this organization – from […]

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