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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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2015 Year in review: Canada women’s national team

2015 Year in review: Canada women’s national team

Harjeet Johal December 29, 2015 51

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Canada will remember 2015 as an exciting and momentous year. As hosts of the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup, Canada put on a tremendous tournament from coast to coast in six

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Herdman eyes future with young December roster

Herdman eyes future with young December roster

Jeff Kassouf November 21, 2015 32

Olympic qualifying is right around the corner, but Canada coach John Herdman already has an eye on the next World Cup cycle. Herdman will use a young roster with a few core players when

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FIFA Player, Coach of Year shortlists revealed

FIFA Player, Coach of Year shortlists revealed

The Equalizer Staff October 19, 2015 262

FIFA announced on Monday the 10-player shortlists for the 2015 FIFA Women’s Player of the Year and 2015 Women’s Coach of the Year awards. The award for the top player in the world is

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Johal: Canada loss to England a missed opportunity

Johal: Canada loss to England a missed opportunity

Harjeet Johal June 28, 2015 118

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Canada is out of the World Cup after a 2-1 defeat to England on Saturday afternoon at BC Place. The hosts fell behind early and never could fully recover. Canada’s

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Moscato says she was misrepresented by Latham

Moscato says she was misrepresented by Latham

Harjeet Johal June 24, 2015 19

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — As Canada prepares to take on Mark Sampson and England this Saturday afternoon at BC Place at the 2015 Women’s World Cup, a storm cloud has moved in over the

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Three things learned: Belanger proving her worth

Three things learned: Belanger proving her worth

Harjeet Johal June 21, 2015 17

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Hosts Canada advanced to the quarterfinals of the 2015 Women’s World Cup with a narrow, 1-0 victory over Switzerland on Sunday at BC Place. These are the major talking points

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Canada readies for dangerous Swiss team

Canada readies for dangerous Swiss team

Harjeet Johal June 21, 2015 2

VANCOUVER, British Columbia – It’s win or go home for Canada on Sunday afternoon at BC Place. Switzerland will try to knock out Canada and earn a trip to the quarterfinals. It won’t be

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Three things learned: Youth coming through for Canada

Three things learned: Youth coming through for Canada

Jeff Kassouf June 15, 2015 3

Canada conceded a late equalizer to draw the Netherlands, 1-1 on Monday, but the 2015 Women’s World Cup hosts still won Group A. Here are three talking points: 1: Is Canada Good Enough to

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Canada’s sights set on finishing atop Group A

Canada’s sights set on finishing atop Group A

Harjeet Johal June 15, 2015 3

MONTREAL — Canada and the Netherlands will close out Group A competition on Monday night at Olympic Stadium as both teams are in need of some desperate goal scoring and 3 points. The pressure is squarely on

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