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Christine Sinclair set for 200th cap with Canada

Christine Sinclair set for 200th cap with Canada

Harjeet Johal December 12, 2013 18

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — The greatest professional soccer player in Canadian history is set to earn her 200th cap Thursday when Canada takes on Scotland at the Torneio Internacional Cidade de Sao Paolo in

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The View from the North: Fleming the wunderkind

The View from the North: Fleming the wunderkind

Duane Rollins December 12, 2013 18

By its nature, Canadian soccer sees the negative in things. There have just been too many setbacks and disappointments over the years for those involved in the game to allow themselves to be excited

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Fleming, 15, named to Canada roster for Brazil

Fleming, 15, named to Canada roster for Brazil

The Equalizer Staff December 5, 2013 9

Canada has named its roster for its trip to Brazil that begins next week, and it includes 15-year-old midfielder Jessie Fleming, who was part of the Canada team that just finished runners-up to Mexico

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The View from the North: Matheson clear choice for Canada’s best in 2013

The View from the North: Matheson clear choice for Canada’s best in 2013

Duane Rollins December 4, 2013 9

For eight consecutive years the naming of the Canadian women’s player of the year has been an exercise in acclimation. It’s Christine Sinclair’s award. Her brilliance has been so clear that there was a

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Canada, Mexico, US NWSL allocation decisions loom

Canada, Mexico, US NWSL allocation decisions loom

Harjeet Johal November 27, 2013 29

VANCOUVER, British Columbia – With offseason movement in full swing, the coaches of Canada, Mexico and the United States have tough decisions to make as they contemplate who will be representing them as subsidized

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Canada play Mexico to lackluster scoreless draw

Canada play Mexico to lackluster scoreless draw

Harjeet Johal November 24, 2013 91

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Canada and Mexico renewed their rivalry at BC Place Stadium, playing to a scoreless draw on a sunny Sunday afternoon in front of a crowd of 21,217 spectators. The pair

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Kara Lang eyes early 2014 return, but won’t be rushed

Kara Lang eyes early 2014 return, but won’t be rushed

Harjeet Johal November 24, 2013 4

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — On January 5, 2011, in Oakville, Ontario, Kara Lang was forced to step away from the game she loves due to multiple injuries and ACL surgeries on her right knee.

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Canada’s goals remain guarded, but unachieved

Canada’s goals remain guarded, but unachieved

Harjeet Johal November 23, 2013 27

VANCOUVER, British Columbia – Canada have been hard at working training in Vancouver this week as they prepare for a friendly against Mexico on Sunday afternoon at BC Place Stadium. These two North American

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Lang back with Canada for first time in three years

Lang back with Canada for first time in three years

Jeff Kassouf November 20, 2013 4

Kara Lang’s much-anticipated comeback is finally tangible. The 27-year-old is officially in Canada’s training camp ahead of Sunday’s match against Mexico in Vancouver. She won’t play in the match since she still isn’t 100

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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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