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Which CMNT players could bring salary value to TFC?
Australia too much for Canada in International friendly
Ashtone Morgan: RNO Interview Series
Off the Woodworkx: Episode 44
Back in Serie A – A review of ‘A Season with Verona’ by Tim Parks
Whitecaps win 2013 Cascadia Cup
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TFC's seven years of poor spending for Leiweke et al. to overcome
The salary cap has existed in professional North American sports since the 1984-85 NBA season when they adopted a strict cap of $3.5 Million a team per season. Since then, a number of leagues have implemented similar systems including the NHL, NFL, CFL, a number of World Rugby Leagues, Aussie Rule Football and of course Major League Soccer. Mistakes in managing a salary cap are frequent and with the amount of money now being thrown around you get a number of horrible one-off deals.
Ashtone Morgan: RNO Interview Series
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the11.ca   Despite some glimmers of hope, Canada shut out yet again in international play
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the11.ca   CIS WRAP: UBC, Ryerson look to remain at top of the men’s rankings
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the11.ca   Nationals: Gloucester Celtic, Edmonton Victoria claim senior titles
It certainly wasn’t the final that anyone had expected. And it wasn’t a thriller, like last year’s championship game...
the11.ca   Manneh’s win marks the sixth time a Whitecap has been named POTW
If you only looked at the season-long list of MLS Players of the Week, you’d assume that the Vancouver Whitecaps were comfortably ahead of the pack in the Western Conference. On Monday, the North American Soccer Reporters voted Whitecaps’ teenage forward...
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