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Canada confirms November games in LA vs. Sweden

Canada confirms November games in LA vs. Sweden

The Equalizer Staff October 31, 2014 42

Canada will play Sweden in two closed-door friendly matches in Los Angeles in late November, the Canadian Soccer Association announced on Friday. The matches, as reported by The Equalizer’s Jeff Kassouf, will take place

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Canada midfielder Matheson has torn ACL

Canada midfielder Matheson has torn ACL

Jeff Kassouf October 29, 2014 35

Canada midfielder Diana Matheson has a torn left ACL, the Canadian Soccer Association announced on Wednesday, putting Matheson’s World Cup hopes in question. Canada hosts the 2015 World Cup, which begins on June 6.

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Japan beats Canada late to sweep two-game set

Japan beats Canada late to sweep two-game set

Harjeet Johal October 28, 2014 24

VANCOUVER, Canada — Aya Sameshima scored a stoppage time goal on Tuesday at BC Place in Vancouver to lift reigning world champion Japan past 2015 World Cup host Canada, 3-2. It was Japan’s second

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Cyprus Cup to feature up to seven WC teams

Cyprus Cup to feature up to seven WC teams

Jeff Kassouf October 28, 2014 14

The 2015 Cyprus Cup is set and up to seven of the 12 teams participating next March will also be headed to the World Cup in Canada in June. The 12 teams headed to

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Canada grooming young stars for 2015 World Cup

Canada grooming young stars for 2015 World Cup

Harjeet Johal October 24, 2014 5

EDMONTON, Canada — The future looks extremely bright for the Canadian women’s national team. Kadeisha Buchanan has all the tools to be an exceptional central defender for years to come. The 18-year-old Brampton, Ontario,

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Canada, Japan announce rosters for friendlies

Canada, Japan announce rosters for friendlies

The Equalizer Staff October 20, 2014 12

Canada head coach John Herdman announced his 20-player roster for upcoming home friendlies against world champion Japan, and it features once again the inclusion of youngsters Jessie Fleming, Sura Yekka and Kadeisha Buchanan. Japan

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Players resolute about 2015 World Cup turf lawsuit

Players resolute about 2015 World Cup turf lawsuit

Jeff Kassouf October 2, 2014 85

FIFA Women’s World Player of the Year Nadine Angerer says she isn’t afraid of repercussions for her or Germany as she joins a group of over 40 players suing FIFA and the Canadian Soccer

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2014 Algarve, Cyprus Cup placement matches set

The Equalizer Staff March 10, 2014 4

Germany and Japan, the No. 2 and No. 3 teams in the world, respectively, will play for the 2014 Algarve Cup title on Wednesday and England will take on France in the Cyprus Cup

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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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