First of all, let me put all you Forge fans at ease. Sparxy is ok. This was simply a metaphor, and the perennial thorn in the side that is Valour FC is the dragon in question that Bobby's Boys slew. As most Forge fans know, Valour is always a tough nut to crack for the … Continue reading Forge Slays Their Dragon: Beating Valour in Terrordome
Ok, kinda part two of my rants series…or is it three? So hard to keep up. I think I need to write a fluff piece soon. Mascots Part Deux? Get back to my forgotten travel series? Ah well, this week it’s rants. So today’s rant is all about U-21 minutes. And my editor is working … Continue reading The Value of U-21 Minutes May Be Overstated.
Ok, so let me start by saying, I love the CPL. And I love the amount of energy they are putting into trying to make the league exciting and fun for everyone. But… I am not of fan of their insistence on pushing a couple things that I feel are way less important than they’d … Continue reading Playoffs!!! Finally They Matter…
I really like Drew Beckie. He was a solid player, and he is an example of what this league is all about in my opinion. He had an opportunity to play in front of Canadian crowds as a player with Ottawa. And now he graduates into the management side as the soccer ecosystem grows here … Continue reading CanPL at Five: What Do We Want to Be?
According to reports, Bobby Smyrniotis has interviewed for the TFC head coach position. As per the Athletic. He is reported to have had an official interview with the Major League Soccer side. This news comes alongside reporting from Joshua Kloke at the Athletic that Former TFC player and VWFC Coach Carl Robinson has also been … Continue reading Bobby to the Big City? Say It Ain’t So
With over half the season behind us, most of us are tired of the same worn-out opinions from the Onesoccer commentators and want a fresh opinion on their team. So there was no one better to ask than the fans themselves. I asked one fan from each team in the CPL the exact same 4 questions … Continue reading A CPL Fans Opinion on the State of Their Team
There is a lot of hand-wringing, finger-pointing and mud-flinging on social media right now with regard to the CanXNT's exit at the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. Everyone has a take. I have been trying to steer clear of social media because everyone is emotional and over-the-top. And so would I be if … Continue reading CanXNT at the World Cup: No Excuses
YORK LIONS STADIUM, TORONTO - The Halifax Wanderers often do something wrong when they're on the road, something fatal when there aren't over 6000 fans behind them. But on Sunday afternoon at York Lions Stadium, they put in a perfect performance, from top to bottom. A 2-0 win is gratification for hard work put in … Continue reading Morelli and Halifax Earn a Massive Victory Against York
The champions of Europe, England, came into the 2023 Women's World Cup as one of the favourites. Their stock was high, and even despite devastating injuries to star Beth Mead and captain Leah Williamson, the Lionesses were still perennial contenders. It only took one match for Sarina Wiegman's squad to leave that pack in the … Continue reading Lionesses Scrape Past Impressive Haiti
The World Cup is upon us. Some of the greatest athletes in the women's soccer-sphere are ready to roll. But maybe you've never watched a Women's World Cup game before. Well here are a few reasons you should give it a shot! 1 - Canada Is There; And They Are a Powerhouse. Remember how exciting … Continue reading 20 Reasons to Watch the World Cup in AUS-NZ