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A NWSL team in Vancouver? Canada WNT are all for it

A NWSL team in Vancouver? Canada WNT are all for it

Harjeet Johal February 8, 2017 24

VANCOUVER, B.C – An NWSL franchise in Canada is something that is long overdue. If Canada is going to continue to produce and develop top talent, players need an opportunity to stay in Canada and play

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At 18, how good is Jessie Fleming already?

At 18, how good is Jessie Fleming already?

Harjeet Johal February 4, 2017 157

VANCOUVER, B.C – Jessie Fleming is back with Canada Soccer after dazzling on the pitch with the UCLA Bruins as a freshman. Fleming contributed 11 goals and 5 assists while delivering in the clutch

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FIFA names 10-person shortlist for 2016 best coach award

FIFA names 10-person shortlist for 2016 best coach award

The Equalizer Staff November 1, 2016 22

FIFA named its 10-person shortlist for its annual coach of the year award, and four of them are no longer with their teams. Philippe Bergeroo, Vadao, Vera Pauw and Silvia Neid made the shortlist.

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Canada set friendly with Mexico, eye number 1 ranking

Canada set friendly with Mexico, eye number 1 ranking

Harjeet Johal October 15, 2016 55

VANCOUVER, B.C – Christine Sinclair is not retiring after all. Despite a flurry of activity on social media and fan speculation that Canada’s greatest soccer athlete would be announcing her retirement at a press

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CanWNT: Rio 2016 thoughts and Canadian NWSL expansion

CanWNT: Rio 2016 thoughts and Canadian NWSL expansion

Emily Dulhanty August 25, 2016 9

It’s been almost a week since the Canadian women’s national team secured their second straight Olympic bronze medal and upon reflection, the bronze won last week looks a lot different than the one earned

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Herdman discusses Canada’s Olympic draw

Herdman discusses Canada’s Olympic draw

Harjeet Johal April 14, 2016 75

VANCOUVER, B.C – Canada’s journey to reach the podium at the 2016 Rio Olympic games will be difficult, but if they have the confidence and swagger of Coach John Herdman, they stand a better

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Canada, Herdman buoyed by youth ahead of Olympics

Canada, Herdman buoyed by youth ahead of Olympics

Harjeet Johal March 2, 2016 22

VANCOUVER, B.C – Canada held firm in a 2-0 loss to the United States to conclude the Rio Olympic Qualifying tournament in Texas last month. The objective of earning a spot at the 2016

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USWNT, Canada reignite bitter rivalry on Sunday

USWNT, Canada reignite bitter rivalry on Sunday

The Equalizer Staff February 19, 2016 77

HOUSTON, Texas — In the grand scheme, Sunday’s CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying final between the United States and Canada means nothing. Except it clearly means a lot. The region’s two traditional heavyweights each qualified

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Canada continues preparation for Olympic qualifying

Canada continues preparation for Olympic qualifying

Harjeet Johal January 12, 2016 11

VANCOUVER, British Columbia – John Herdman has assembled 23 players in Vancouver for the first development camp of the year as Canada looks to solidify a strong roster of 20 players for the Rio

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Blend of youth, veterans for Canada in latest camp

Blend of youth, veterans for Canada in latest camp

The Equalizer Staff January 8, 2016 30

John Herdman named his 23-player roster for this months Canada women’s national team training camp in Vancouver, and it features a blend of veterans and youth players, much like last month’s roster. Teenagers Jessie

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