[QUOTE=tarnado;368730]^ I think the game would be much different with Hutch running the midfield. Dunfield is a liability.[/QUOTE]
Dunfield has had a really good half. He got the ball on that tackle. Helped to put the first goal together. Clogged passing lanes.
Definitely would have been a different game with Hutch, but my opinion differs from the way you're thinking.
The upcoming Canada-Peru friendly is probably the most anticipated game in my career as a football supporter.
I've been following this Canadian MNT of ours for years. I've been through more highs and lows (mostly lows) than I care to recall right now, but nonetheless my blind devotion and belief that we can get to the World Cup is as strong today as it has ever been.
But there is another national team that I follow. Although I grew up in the greatest city in the world,
Updated 08-07-2010 at 03:24 PM by BrennanFan
Originally Posted by 1867
You are absolutely right. The needs of the non-competetives will always take precedence over the competetives when you are under one roof. what has occured is you have emsafied your competetives-i think you know what i mean there. With the hous making up 90% of the group of course you will have the program designed for the lowest common denominator-i dont denigrate house but dont make competetive decisions with house league people in charge.
5 years ago Sherwood
Originally Posted by fishman
I honestly believe that the current state of the Alberta Soccer Association is the single most important issue facing soccer in Canada today.
All the arm-chair pundits and talking-heads can prattle on about player development, coaching education, lack of facilities and the need for a viable national vision for our sport, but until soccer can be properly, professionally and ethically governed, we won't be going anywhere. What is happening with the ASA speaks to a wider, country-wide
That was surreal.
Imagine if you will Canada trailing by a goal in 2nd half injury time against a South American opponent on their home turf, not having scored in nearly a year, and who do we have out there to end the drought and get an equalizer? The (comparatively speaking) grizzled veteran at age 25, Issey Nakajima-Farran - by far the most experienced international who was not in the back four - takes charge of a last-minute free kick, places