Author: Paul McNulty

Six Possible Locations For The Canadian Professional Women’s League

Six Possible Locations For The Canadian Professional Women’s League

In December 2022, the creation of a new woman’s professional soccer was announced by Christine Sinclair and Diana Matheson - with Matheson herself having close ties with Project 8 Sports who will be heavily invested in the project. It is looking likely that 2025 will be the target starting year for the league. That’s a … Continue reading Six Possible Locations For The Canadian Professional Women’s League

Canada’s To-Do List Between Now and 2026

Canada’s To-Do List Between Now and 2026

The 2022 FIFA World Cup has come and gone, and now Canada’s attention must be geared towards their home World Cup in 2026. Three is three and a half years to go, giving Canada plenty of time to put themselves in the best position possible come 2026 and beyond, and here are seven ways in … Continue reading Canada’s To-Do List Between Now and 2026

The Problematic Nature of The NWSL Draft

The Problematic Nature of The NWSL Draft

On January 12th, the 2023 National Women’s Soccer League draft will be held, where hopeful footballers all across colleges and universities in the U.S. will be hoping to be picked and have their professional careers start. It goes without saying that 2022 was an eventful year for not only the NWSL but also in Washington … Continue reading The Problematic Nature of The NWSL Draft

Where Each CFL Team Could Host Their Own Local ‘Touchdown Atlantic’

Where Each CFL Team Could Host Their Own Local ‘Touchdown Atlantic’

After the success in recent years that has come from the CFL’s annual Touchdown Atlantic game, rumblings and rumors have began circling that the league indeed wants to explore a similar format to bring the CFL to other Canadian cities. The idea would be that one team moves one home game to another relatively nearby … Continue reading Where Each CFL Team Could Host Their Own Local ‘Touchdown Atlantic’

Creating a Hypothetical League 1 Prairies

Creating a Hypothetical League 1 Prairies

In 2022, League 1 British Columbia was successfully launched and one year later, l has already expanded and has representation in the Canadian Championship. It’s been fantastic for BC to have a semi-professional league, and the more League 1’s in Canada the better. We already have League 1 Canada representation in BC, Ontario, and Quebec … Continue reading Creating a Hypothetical League 1 Prairies

Honours Even As Alistair Johnston Shines In Celtic Debut

Honours Even As Alistair Johnston Shines In Celtic Debut

Two days into his move from CF Montreal to Celtic becoming official, Alistair Johnston stunned many on either side of the Atlantic by making his debut against Rangers at Ibrox. It’s a fixture that can define the careers of Celtic players, and how Johnston got on in this fixture will go along way toward how … Continue reading Honours Even As Alistair Johnston Shines In Celtic Debut

One Question For Each CFL East Division Team to Answer Going into 2023

One Question For Each CFL East Division Team to Answer Going into 2023

It wasn’t a vintage season for the division as a whole, but for the first time since 2017, an East division team won the Grey Cup. The Toronto Argonauts shocked the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in the final and yet going forward, they’ll have questions that need to be answered. Alongside them, their rivals the Montreal … Continue reading One Question For Each CFL East Division Team to Answer Going into 2023

Making The Case For The Six Canada Player of The Year Nominees

Making The Case For The Six Canada Player of The Year Nominees

It’s that time of year again, in a year where the men's team reached unseen heights and the women continue to be amongst the very best in the world, it has been a great 2022 for Canadian soccer! Tonight, the winners of the Men's and Women’s player of the year will be announced, with three … Continue reading Making The Case For The Six Canada Player of The Year Nominees

Ten Best Moments From the 2022 FIFA World Cup

Ten Best Moments From the 2022 FIFA World Cup

And just like that, it’s over. The twenty-second World Cup is over. What was already a tournament like no other before a ball was kicked has passed and with it is left behind an (on the pitch) legacy that can rival any World Cup. In a tournament filled with history makers, upsets and iconic moments, … Continue reading Ten Best Moments From the 2022 FIFA World Cup

After 2022, The World Cup Will Never Be the Same

After 2022, The World Cup Will Never Be the Same

This Sunday, Argentina and France will meet in the World Cup final, a match that will be watched by billions across the globe. It brings the curtain down on what has been a fantastic (on the pitch) tournament, and it won’t be until 2026 that the FIFA World Cup returns. One fact remains true going … Continue reading After 2022, The World Cup Will Never Be the Same