F[B]Simeon Jackson[/B] Jackson was not even a sub, used or unused in Norwich City's first victory in the English Premier League this season. It is becoming disappointing that Norwich have not used him more. Especially with the success he had for them last season.
F[B]Iain Hume[/B] Iain Hume would score for Preston North End this week in his return to the club's first side. This goal would come after reports stating that he had been dropped from the starting line up by the club after
Well I have had time, overnight, to reflect on what really happened on the pitch last night. This part of the post, the second part, will reflect on Canada and what I think they should do with their roster going forward and so-forth. It will also take a look at the individual performances of each player on the Canadian roster that night (who played obviously). In fact I will begin with that.
90'[B]GK Lars Hirschfeld[/B] 4/10- That goal wasn't as weak as Craig Forest described. But
It could have been a disaster. At half time it looked like things could get off to a very, very bad start for Canada. But after De Guzman, Simpson and then Johnson potted goals everything was fine. From the start it was clear that Canada was by far the better team. Even after the match was tied moments after Simpson's opener it seemed like Canada would indeed get out of this game with full point undoubtedly.
Then came a very, very long time which demonstrated the worry of the crowd
I was actually able to persuade myself to do a bit of research on the opposition Canada will be facing in its first match during CONCACAF World Cup Qualification. Canada is clearly the better side, no doubt about that. But it is still interesting to have an in depth look at the opposition Canada will take on at BMO Field. Here are some basic facts about the Caribbean island. To begin with, the place is pretty beautiful. I could see the Canadian boys enjoying their stay in a Resort before the away