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Ottawa Fury FC announce Nicki Paterson as the club’s first signing
North American college soccer recap: November 12, 2013
Miodrag Jesic the next Whitecaps head coach?
Impact defender Ouimette highlights Canada’s roster for November friendlies
Canadian U17 Women qualify for World Cup, finish with CONCACAF silver
Across the Pond: November 10, 2013
RedNation Interview Series: Stefan Vukovic
Life After Toronto FC: Oscar Cordon
Alberto Gilardino set to sign with Toronto FC
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Could Major League Soccer clubs benefit more by investing on the sidelines?
With all three Canadian MLS teams finishing off disappointing 2013 seasons, albeit in different ways, questions about coaching has been a topic of debate at all three clubs. It brings up an interesting question in terms of how much impact the manager has on the success of the soccer club and if a club, instead of paying money for a high priced designated player, used the money to hire a manager from the highest level of the game, would it be better value for money?
Marc Dos Santos Interview
The News   The 11: Gone on vacation, see you in 2014
If you’re reading this, you’re a reader of The 11. I purposely didn’t put any tags on this post so chances would be greater that it would be seen mainly by the people who visit the site on a regular basis, and not the people who may have been led here by an SEO-baited Google...   UBC, TWU repeats prove Canada West is best in CIS
The University of the Fraser Valley can claim moral victory. It is the only school in the last two seasons to knock off the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds. The T-Birds won their second consecutive title on Sunday, with a 3-1 win over Laval on a chilly, snowy late...   Half a Soccer Bowl is better than no Soccer Bowl, right?
Canadian fans outside of Ontario and Manitoba only had the chance to see just a little more than half of the game. But the NASL’s first Soccer Bowl of the split-season era went as the handicappers thought it would...   Canada loses U-17 Women’s CONCACAF final in penalties
Because both Canada and Mexico had already qualified for the U-17 Women’s World Cup by winning their semifinal matches, the CONCACAF U-17 Women’s Championship final had...   Elementary, my dear Watson: Northern Irish defender is lone Eddie to make NASL Best XI
FC Edmonton captain Albert Watson is the sole member of the Eddies to make the season-ending NASL Best XI...
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