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CANADA SOCCER SET TO BEAT GERMANY TWICE IN A WEEK

CANADA SOCCER SET TO BEAT GERMANY TWICE IN A WEEK

The 2016 Rio Olympic Games brought a lot of surprises with the Canadian women not being left out. They broke a record of 22 years as they defeated the German national women team at the Olympics after 13 attempts. They have a golden opportunity to achieve another feat when they meet in the semi finals of the women soccer category. The game is slated for Tuesday, August 16 2016. The Canada soccer team trounced Germany 2-1 in the group stage,…

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Canada finally got Victory after 5 Matches

Canada finally got Victory after 5 Matches

Canada managed to bring an end of five straight matches without a victory with a 2-1 win over Uzbekistan in a friendly game. The national team had not won a game of football since the 1-0 success over Honduras in a World Cup qualifying game back in November 2015. Since then, and they have suffered two defeats in World Cup qualifying games and one draw – against El Salvador – before recently only managing a draw in a friendly against…

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CANADA WOMEN SOCCER TEAM CHANGE TACTICS AHEAD OF RIO 2016

CANADA WOMEN SOCCER TEAM CHANGE TACTICS AHEAD OF RIO 2016

The women national team of Canada takes a different approach to Rio 2016 after their World Cup performance. By this time last year, the head coach of the team was at a base camp helping the team soar in the FIFA Women’s World Cup. Last summer’s tournament was held in Canada and the pressure was much unlike this summer’s Olympics. This has made the preparation for Rio de Janeiro has been different in so many ways. From the beginning with…

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The Canadian Soccer Association is considering hosting the next World Cup

The Canadian Soccer Association is considering hosting the next World Cup

The president of the Canadian Soccer Association, Victor Montagliani has revealed that some serious consideration is being put in relation to Canada hosting the upcoming World Cup. “I think our next project as a country, and as a soccer country, would be the men’s World Cup. We have hosted every other World Cup. We have been successful at every other one we have hosted. I think it’s a natural progression for us to seriously look at bidding for the men’s…

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