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The View from the North: Canadian U-17s fight stomach flu en route to World Cup

The View from the North: Canadian U-17s fight stomach flu en route to World Cup

Duane Rollins November 14, 2013 5

In soccer you can prepare for almost everything. The field conditions, hostile crowds, extreme weather, you make it, a good coach will have made his or her players ready for whatever the game gives

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Canada rolls past S. Korea behind McLeod, Sinclair

Canada rolls past S. Korea behind McLeod, Sinclair

Harjeet Johal October 31, 2013 18

EDMONTON, Alberta – Canada took to the pitch against Korea Republic on a cool, and crisp Wednesday night at Commonwealth Stadium. John Herdman’s side were looking to build some chemistry after having his players away all summer

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Adriana Leon ready to shine for Canada

Adriana Leon ready to shine for Canada

Harjeet Johal October 30, 2013 8

EDMONTON, ALBERTA – Canada is looking to be a top contender to win the FIFA Women’s World Cup in 2015, and John Herdman has been preaching about building a younger looking squad that can

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Canada now looking for results, not just experience

Canada now looking for results, not just experience

Duane Rollins October 30, 2013 1

For Canada, getting results was always going to be a struggle in 2013. It was by design. Head coach John Herdman has told anyone that will listen that the team would need to take

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Canada treating S. Korea like World Cup opponent

Canada treating S. Korea like World Cup opponent

Harjeet Johal October 29, 2013 4

EDMONTON, Alberta – The Canadian women’s national team will play an important match against Korea Republic on Wednesday at Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton. This will be the first match Canada has played since the

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Herdman still figuring out Canada’s NWSL players

Herdman still figuring out Canada’s NWSL players

Dan Lauletta October 17, 2013 7

Looking for answers about NWSL allocation for 2014? You’ll have to wait a bit longer.  At least for the Canadian answers.  On Wednesday, John Herdman announced his roster for Canada’s October 30 friendly against

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The View from the North: Montopoli happy with Year 1, encouraged by potential of NWSL

The View from the North: Montopoli happy with Year 1, encouraged by potential of NWSL

Duane Rollins September 25, 2013 13

There will be no surprises when it comes to Canada’s involvement in year two of the National Women’s Soccer League. Despite some allocated players not getting a great deal of playing time, Canadian Soccer

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The View from the North: CSA worthy of praise for locking up Herdman

The View from the North: CSA worthy of praise for locking up Herdman

Duane Rollins September 6, 2013 2

Many felt that it was only a matter if time until John Herdman was coaxed away from the Canada job to take over England. He is a native son, the English media loved him

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Foresight is 2020: John Herdman signs 4-year extension with Canada

Foresight is 2020: John Herdman signs 4-year extension with Canada

Jeff Kassouf September 5, 2013 11

Sorry, England – this Englishman isn’t going anywhere. The Canadian Soccer Association announced Thursday that women’s national team coach John Herdman had reached an agreement to remain in charge through 2020, adding to a

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The View from the North: Is John Herdman planning to jump ship?

The View from the North: Is John Herdman planning to jump ship?

Duane Rollins August 21, 2013 34

It’s not that Canadian women’s national team head coach — and Newcastle, England, native — John Herdman is looking for a way to get out of his role with Canada, but it sure seems

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