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Canadian MLS Teams Thread

I know there are official threads for Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver in the Canada forum, but it seems none of the MLS forum regulars go over there much, so I thought I'd open up this general Canadian thread to discuss to some things in passing. Any larger conversations can still go on in the official threads.

Offseason recap so far:

Toronto



Obviously, they've signed three DP's: the already forgotten Gilberto, Jermain Defoe, and Michael Bradley. Rumor has it that Bradley's transfer fee was $10 million (about 7.5 million euros) and he's on about $6.5 million a season for 6 seasons. At Roma he was on around $1 million a season.

Montreal



Frank Klopas is in as coach. He did alright at Chicago, but they were really shit before Magee showed up so not sure how much of that is down to Klopas. They have yet to make any offseason moves.

Vancouver



Very odd case off Camilo. He went and signed for Queretaro in Mexico, even though he was still under contract with Vancouver. Long story short, MLS thought that FIFA might rule against them and their one sided contract option years, so instead of fight they sold Camilo for a reported $2.2 million. Sad to see Camilo go, have to say though, the 'council' running Vancouver is shit. They took forever to hire a coach, didn't offer the reigning Golden Boot winner a new contract, and have made only one signing so far (Mehdi Balouchy ).

Reports out of Mexico also say Camilo got a massive wage bump. He was on about $250,000 a season in Vancouver, and it's rumored that his wages tripled, perhaps even more. If Vancouver is too cheap to pay a dude $750,000 who scored 22 goals last season, and pay someone like Kenny Miller $1 million+.... wtf are they doing up there?

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Toronto FC to partner with Wilmington Hammerheads of USL Pro

According to Duane Rollins at Canadian Soccer News Toronto FC are close to announcing another big deal. This one has nothing to do with players as the club is set to form an affiliation with the Wilmington Hammerheads.

The reported partnership would open the door for up to four TFC players to go on loan to the USL club for the duration of the 2014 season. Such a move would allow the four young Canadians to actually have the chance to get meaningful minutes that will be crucial in continuing their development.

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The Carls-Rite Cup and the Birth of the
TorontoMontreal
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The Toronto-Montreal rivalry is one of the most hotly contested in North American soccer at the moment. Over the past few years the Montreal Impact and Toronto FC have played each other in plenty of memorable matches. The rivalry between the teams has spilled over to the fan bases and has built on the animosity that already existed between the cities’ other sporting teams.
The rivalry between the Montreal Impact and Toronto FC is just one of many that has existed between soccer teams from these two cities over the years. The origins of this rivalry go back to the early 20th century with humble beginnings in the form of an amateur all-star game, the Carls-Rite Cup.
The cup named after its donor, the famous Carls-Rite hotel in downtown Toronto, was first contested in 1914 and was contested every year there after until 1931 (with the exceptions of 1918 and 1926). Toronto and Montreal selected all-star teams from the best players playing for amateur clubs in each city to face off a two-legged affair. From 1927 onwards the format was changed slightly to a single match rotating annually between Montreal and Toronto (in the case of a tie the previous winner retained the cup).

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Montreal Impact announce defender Nelson Rivas has signed a new deal, will return for 2014


Nelson Rivas was the first player signed by the Montreal Impact in MLS in 2011, and he will remain with the club at least one more season.

The club announced Friday that the defender signed a new contract with the Impact. Per MLS policy, details of the deal were not disclosed.

Rivas, 30, missed all of the 2013 regular season with a knee injury that required surgery. He did play in Montreal's lone playoff game last season, somewhat surprisingly getting the starting nod in a 3-0 loss to the Houston Dynamo.

The Colombian played 11 regular-season games in his first season with the Impact, 2012. Prior to joining the team, he played at a number of clubs in Europe and South America, including Italian giants Inter Milan and Argentine powerhouse River Plate

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FC Edmonton-Ottawa Fury Match-up Opens
2014 Amway Canadian Championship

Ottawa Joins Edmonton Along With Three MLS sides
In Canadian Qualifier To CONCACAF Champions League


2014 Amway Canadian Championship Schedule (Home team listed first)

Preliminary Round
April 23: Ottawa Fury FC vs. FC Edmonton
April 30: FC Edmonton vs. Ottawa Fury FC

Semifinals
May 7:
Ottawa Fury FC/FC Edmonton winner vs. Montreal Impact
Toronto FC vs. Vancouver Whitecaps FC

May 14:
Montreal Impact vs. Ottawa Fury FC/FC Edmonton winner
Vancouver Whitecaps FC vs. Toronto FC

Finals
May 28: First-leg*
June 4: Second-leg

*Game on May 27th if Vancouver Whitecaps FC plays at home

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Toronto Signs Dwayne De Rosario

Signing is a homecoming for Scarborough native and Reds’ all-time leading goal scorer.


Toronto FC announced Thursday that the club has signed midfielder Dwayne De Rosario following his selection in Stage Two of the MLS Re-Entry draft process last month. As per team and league policies, terms of the deal were not disclosed.

“Dwayne’s resume speaks for itself. The addition of an MLS veteran with regular season and MLS Cup MVP honours brings a significant piece to the team we are building here at Toronto FC. Dwayne’s impact will add considerable skill and depth to our squad and we look forward to having him serve as a mentor to our younger players,” said Toronto FC General Manager Tim Bezbatchenko. “Dwayne has had a tremendous MLS and National Team career. He has very strong ties to the team and the city and it is only fitting that this is how his story should unfold.”

De Rosario, 35, completed this past season with D.C. United, where he appeared in 24 matches, scoring three goals and adding two assists. While with D.C., the Scarborough native netted 23 goals to go along with 21 assists in 68 MLS contests and was named the 2011 MLS MVP and MLS Golden Boot recipient on the strength of his 13-goal, 12-assist season.

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Toronto could host Winter Classic in 2017


A complicated and costly deal is in the works that would see Toronto’s BMO Field significantly expanded in time for the Maple Leafs to host the Winter Classic in their centennial season, Sportsnet has learned.

Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment has held high-level discussions with the municipal, provincial and federal government and believes that they are all on board with renovating the six-year-old stadium, according to president and CEO Tim Leiweke. The driving force behind the proposed expansion is a desire to hold major events like the Winter Classic and NHL sources indicate that Toronto is in line to land the signature outdoor game should the building’s capacity be increased.

Leiweke insists that won’t be an issue if the league is committed to bringing the game to a Canadian city for the first time ever – likely in concert with the Maple Leafs’ 100th anniversary season in 2016-17.

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Vancouver Whitecaps name Carl Robinson
new head coach after lengthy search



The Vancouver Whitecaps are sticking with one of their own to help lead them back to the MLS promised land.

The club announced Monday that it has promoted assistant and former English Premier League and MLS veteran Carl Robinson to the top post in Vancouver, ending a coaching search that lasted six weeks after former boss Martin Rennie was let go in late October.

Robinson – who joined the ‘Caps coaching staff in January 2012, shortly after announcing his retirement from a 16-year playing career – is now tasked with lifting the Whitecaps into rarified air in MLS after missing the playoffs two of their first three seasons in the league.

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First-round MLS draft pick Lewis signs with Cosmos

Despite a report that Vancouver Whitecaps draftee Andre Lewis has signed with the New York Cosmos of the NASL, both Major League Soccer and the Whitecaps confirmed to MLSsoccer.com on Friday night that the talented 19-year-old Jamaican midfielder is indeed signed by MLS and that he could suit up for the 'Caps in 2014.

Goal.com on Friday reported that Lewis – the seventh overall pick in Thursday's MLS SuperDraft – signed with the reigning NASL champions some time before the draft.

However, a spokesperson for MLS told MLSsoccer.com on Friday evening that conversations with the Cosmos have already taken place in the event Lewis makes the team.

"MLS has an agreement with Lewis and the Cosmos for him to join MLS and Vancouver, provided certain conditions are met," MLS vice president of player personnel Lino DiCuollo said. "In the event the Whitecaps want to retain the player, as of the roster compliance date (March 1), then he will be with them on a loan or after a transfer from the Cosmos."

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Blackburn's Bradley Orr set for Toronto

Blackburn Rovers defender Bradley Orr is set to complete a year-long loan move to Major League Soccer side Toronto.

The MLS Eastern Conference side are managed by Orr's former Blackburn team-mate Ryan Nelsen.

Bradley Orr has not made one appearance for Blackburn Rovers this season and only played four times for Blackpool in a loan spell earlier this campaign.

Orr will move on loan until December, with a view to a permanent switch.

A deal in principle has been agreed between Blackburn and Toronto with the move expected to go through imminently.

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MLSE's Leiweke:
Taxpayers would be paid back for BMO Field expansion

Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment CEO Tim Leiweke says
MLSE would pay “almost all” of the cost of expanding the Toronto FC stadium

BMO Field, at Exhibition Place, could be expanded from its present 20,000 capacity to 30,000 - and up to 40,000 on a temporary basis, as for the Pan Am Games in 2015.


BMO Field, owned by the city, is home to Major League Soccer team Toronto FC, owned by MLSE. CEO Tim Leiweke, fresh off a splashy $100 million investment in two players, wants to add a partial roof and more seats to a seven-year-old facility that he says has already “fallen behind the rest of the league.”

The $63-million stadium was built with about $45 million in public funds, including $10 million in cash from the city — plus a city donation of land worth $10 million.

Taxpayer funding of sports facilities is perpetually contentious. Leiweke said he believes the renovation agreement “will be a deal that won’t have a lot of controversy to it”: this time, he said, MLSE expects to pay the majority of the costs.


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Whitecaps announce re-signing of Jay DeMerit


The Vancouver Whitecaps have announced the re-signing of centre back and club captain Jay DeMerit on Monday, the Major League Soccer club stated via Twitter.

DeMerit’s contract with the Whitecaps expired at the end of the 2013 season.

DeMerit has spent three seasons with the Whitecaps, starting in 58 of 60 games played. He spent most of the 2013 season rehabbing from a ruptured Achilles tendon, suffered in the first game of the year against Toronto FC.

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Vancouver Whitecaps announce USL PRO affiliate agreement with Charleston Battery

MLS clubs continue to get involved in the league's partnership with the USL PRO, and yet another team has announced a formal affiliation for 2014.

The Vancouver Whitecaps announced Thursday that they will affiliate with the Charleston Battery in an initial one-year partnership. Vancouver will send at least four players from their roster to play for the Battery during the 2014 USL PRO season. As a result of the partnership, the Whitecaps will not participate in the 2014 MLS Reserve League.

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Toronto FC acquire defender Bradley Orr
on loan from English Championship side Blackburn Rovers



FC announced Friday that the club has acquired defender Bradley Orr on loan from English Championship club Blackburn Rovers FC.

As per team and league policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.

“Bradley Orr represents the addition of a versatile defender with valuable experience, and gives greater depth to our backline,” Toronto FC general manager Tim Bezbatchenko said in a statement. “Ryan [Nelsen, head coach] has known Bradley for some time and was instrumental in helping to secure his arrival to our club.”

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Steven Beitashour to join Whitecaps


The Vancouver Whitecaps are set to acquire Iran international defender Steven Beitashour from the San Jose Earthquakes, multiple sources told ESPNFC.com.

Pending Beitashour’s passing of a physical, the Quakes will receive an undisclosed amount of allocation money in return for the right back, who was thought to be on his way to Europe after failing to agree on a new contract with San Jose at the end of last season.

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Who won the 2013-14 offseason?

Ranking MLS overhauls as preseason ramps up


19. Montreal: Veteran defender Matteo Ferrari recently said the Impact were “a little bit … not as good as before.” A little bit, yes: They lost Alessandro Nesta and Davy Arnaud and have made no significant acquisitions.

18. FC Dallas: Said goodbye to former MVP David Ferreira, versatile Brazilian Jackson, and big striker Kenny Cooper, and hello to … journeyman midfielder Adam Moffat, former UVA attacker Brian Span, and draftee Ryan Hollingshead. Fans are no doubt waiting for the other shoe – or several pairs of other shoes – to drop.

17. Vancouver: The Whitecaps lost 2013 MLS Golden Boot winner Camilo and his 22 goals in a messy, embarrassing exchange with Liga MX side Querétaro. On the bright side, they picked up Iranian international and 2012 MLS All-Star defender Steven Beitashour.

16. Houston: The Dynamo reached their third straight Eastern Conference Championship last season, and have more or less stood pat since, replacing center back Bobby Boswell with David Horst, adding defender A.J. Cochran in the draft, and getting winger Tony Cascio on loan from Colorado. Are they keeping pace in the revamped East?

15. Real Salt Lake: The team that came within a penalty shootout of the 2013 championship is obviously still equipped to contend, but they’ve been very quiet in the offseason, only signing young attacker Jordan Allen to a Homegrown contract, and adding two-time NASL Best XI midfielder Luke Mulholland.

14. Sporting Kansas City: Confident in their title-winning roster, the defending champs have only added winger Sal Zizzo and keeper Andy Gruenebaum. They also re-signed defender Chance Myers to keep their stout backline intact.

13. New England: Don’t underestimate how much Juan Agudelo brought to this young, exciting team last season. Draftees Patrick Mullins (pictured right) and Steve Neumann are skillful players, but not likely to replace Agudelo’s impact this year.

12. San Jose: The Quakes gave up one of the league’s better wingback duos in Steven Beitashour and Justin Morrow, as well as quality midfielders Rafael Baca and Marvin Chávez. Are replacements Jean-Baptiste Pierazzi (from Ligue 1 side AJ Ajaccio), Billy Schuler, Brandon Barklage and Shaun Francis enough?

11. Chicago: New boss Frank Yallop revamped the Fire defense, sending Jalil Anibaba to Seattle in exchange for veterans Jhon Kennedy Hurtado and Patrick Ianni, and acquiring former RSL wingback Lovel Palmer. Yallop could use midfield help, though.

10. New York: No splashy signings, but the Red Bulls re-upped club Defender of the Year Jámison Olave, and acquired versatile veteran Bobby Convey and rugged defender Richard Eckersley, along with Spanish center back Armando.

9. Chivas USA: The Goats tabbed former US Under-17 national team boss Wilmer Cabrera as their head coach, and improved their defense with the addition of athletic center back Andrew Jean-Baptiste, who will likely partner former US international Carlos Bocanegra. On the attacking side, they brought in aging former Mexican international Adolfo “Bofo” Bautista, 34, and former Seattle winger Mauro Rosales, who turns 33 on February 24.

8. Colorado: The Rapids don’t have a coach as of now, but they have an exciting mix of youth and experience, and made two useful signings in speedy winger Chávez and veteran defender Marc Burch.

7. Columbus: The Crew lost club mainstays Eddie Gaven and Chad Marshall, but brought in US international defender Michael Parkhurst, Costa Rica international Waylon Francis, and former Galaxy midfielder Hector Jimenez. Can new coach Gregg Berhalter inch them toward the red line this year?

6. Seattle: The Sounders parted ways with striker Eddie Johnson and center backs Hurtado and Ianni. In return they took on Cooper and defenders Marshall and Anibaba. They also added a good goalkeeper in Stefan Frei, and a potential replacement for Rosales’s assists in winger Marco Pappa. If the new parts fit well, Clint Dempsey & Co. have a shot at meeting the high expectations awaiting them in 2014. But that could be a very big "if."

5. LA Galaxy: The Galaxy picked their spots, adding Swedish international winger Stefan Ishizaki, 22-year-old Brazilian forward Samuel, and towering Canadian international striker Rob Friend to help bring variety to their attack, which can be over-reliant on Landon Donovan and Robbie Keane. They also added midfield depth in former Chicago Fire man Baggio Husidic.

4. Portland: The Timbers look better on paper heading into 2014 thanks to some savvy, selective acquisitions: They picked up former Seattle winger Steve Zakuani, and added to their Argentine brigade by bringing in striker Gastón Fernández and defender Norberto Paparatto to join countrymen Diego Valeri and Maximiliano Urruti.

3. D.C. United: With nowhere to go but up, the Black-and-Red could soar this season. They remade their defense by picking up Sean Franklin, Jeff Parke, and Boswell, and their attack by bringing in Johnson and Fabián Espíndola. They also nabbed veteran Arnaud, and drafted promising former Cal center back Steve Birnbaum.

2. Philadelphia: The Union’s offseason rivaled the landmark one in Toronto. Philly acquired US international Maurice Edu, 27-year-old Argentine midfielder (and DP) Cristian Maidana, and 26-year-old Frenchman Vincent Nogueira, ex-captain of Ligue 1 side Sochaux. They also mined the SuperDraft for some promising talent, including overall No. 1 selection Andre Blake, and 6-foot-4 Brazilian midfielder Pedro Ribeiro out of Coastal Carolina.

1. Toronto: The biggest double-signing in league history rightly grabbed the headlines, but don’t overlook the Reds’ other pickups: Brazilian DP striker Gilberto, former MVP Dwayne De Rosario, versatile ex-Dallas man Jackson, 2012 All-Star wingback Morrow, and Blackburn loanee Bradley Orr

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Why Michael Bradley has earned right to wear the armband for Toronto FC and USMNT


You probably missed it on Wednesday night. Hell, most people probably couldn’t even see it thanks to that pea-soup thick fog in Bradenton, Fla.

But very quietly, Michael Bradley took a huge step in his still-peaking career: He put on the captain’s armband and led a team onto the pitch for the first time as a professional.

The result wasn’t particularly remarkable – Bradley’s Toronto FC defeated D.C. United 1-0 in the Canadian club’s first competitive match of 2014. The visibility wasn’t great, and it certainly affected the quality of play.

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Impact U23 unveils its 2014 PDL schedule

MONTREAL – The Montreal Impact unveiled on Friday the schedule for its U23 team, playing in the Premier Development League (PDL) in 2014. The team will play a total of 14 games, seven at home and seven on the road.

Coached by Philippe Eullaffroy, the U23s will play their first three games on the road, including the clubs first ever PDL game on May 17 at 7:30pm, against the Westchester Flames.


The Impact U23 will play all of its home games on the synthetic field at Stade Saputo. Most of the games will be played at 5pm.

Spectators will be able to enjoy the game from the new 500-seat bleachers along the synthetic field. Admission is free and open to the general public.

The first home match is set for June 1 against Westchester once again.

The Impact will also host the Real Boston Rams at Stade Saputo, affiliate club of the MLS’ New England Revolution, on July 11.

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Montreal Impact's Blake Smith prefers new coach Frank Klopas' style:
"There has been a lot less confusion"



MONTREAL – Many young players struggle to see action in their first MLS season. The expectation, however, is that those players will receive plenty of feedback from their coaches in an effort to get on the field.

For Montreal Impact midfielder Blake Smith, the reality in 2013 was that he didn't really get that communication, while his playing time dried up during the campaign.

What about 2014? The good news is that Smith is starting to get some answers from the Impact's new coaching staff.

“This year, I think the coaches have done a much better job of communicating exactly what they want me to do, and if I’m not doing something that they see as correct, they’ll let me know, which I appreciate,” Smith told MLSsoccer.com on Friday. “So I think that, this year, there has been a lot less confusion in my head and a lot more confidence.”

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