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    Photo Credit Cavalry coach Tommy Wheeldon Jr. (CPL/Chant Photography) Courtesy https://canpl.ca/article/cavalry-fcs-tommy-wheeldon-jr-on-training-return-trialists-doing-whatever-needs-to-be-done-for-2021-season Excerpts of this story by Benedict Rhodes a CANPL.CA contributor, are courtesy of CANPL.ca from May 27, 2021 https://canpl.ca/article/cavalry-fcs-tommy-wheeldon-jr-on-training-return-trialists-doing-whatever-needs-to-be-done-for-2021-season. With the 2021 Canadian Premier League season rapidly approaching, Cavalry FC have been back in training for about a month now. CanPL.ca caught up with Cavalry FC gaffer Tommy Wheeldon Jr. to get updates on returning to training, international players, and preparing for the single-site environment to start the season, among...

    Photo Credit Courtesy of CanPL.ca Atlético Ottawa and HFX Wanderers FC walk onto the pitch during the 2020 Island Games. (Photo: CPL/Chant Photography) Parts of this original story is from May 17, 2021 at https://canpl.ca/article/2021-cpl-pre-season-what-we-know-so-far. Ever since the 2020 Canadian Premier League season ended in September, fans have been eagerly awaiting news about the league’s third year. CPL commissioner David Clanachan said in his most recent statement, on May 14, that the league is aiming to kick off the 2021 campaign at a...

    Work being done at York Lions Stadium (Photo: York United) The following story by Benedict Rhodes a CANPL.ca Contributor is from May 19, 2021 and can be found at https://canpl.ca/article/york-uniteds-angus-mcnab-on-intl-players-changes-to-york-lions-stadium-for-2021. There are a lot of moving parts around York United, ahead of the 2021 CPL season. Planning ways to return to training, finalizing their roster, and upgrading their stadium are all happening simultaneously, while the 2021 campaign is rapidly approaching. CanPL.ca caught up with Angus McNab, York United’s President, CEO and General Manager to...

    Courtesy from the files of usprts.ca and canpl.ca December 8, 2020. After an unprecedented year in the sports world, the Canadian Premier League is pleased to announce that select, top-rated, Canadian university men’s soccer players from coast-to-coast will have an opportunity to earn a spot on a CPL Club through the CPL-U SPORTS Draft. This year’s edition will be conducted via an amended format due to the cancellation of the 2020 U SPORTS Men’s Soccer Championship and Canadian university season across each of...

    Courtesy of CanPL https://canpl.ca/article/fc-edmonton-names-alan-koch-new-coach-director-of-football-operations Original story November 24, 2020 by John Molinaro, CANPL Director of Content (@JOHNMOLINARO): https://canpl.ca/article/fc-edmonton-names-alan-koch-new-coach-director-of-football-operations There’s a new man in charge at FC Edmonton. The Eddies unveiled Alan Koch as their new head coach and Director of Football Operations on Tuesday, a move that sees the club officially move on from the Jeff Paulus era. Koch becomes the fifth coach in FCE history dating back to the team’s tenure in the NASL. FC Edmonton hired Koch following a two-month...

    Jeff Paulus addresses his team during their game vs. Forge FC. (Photo: CPL / Chant Photography) Courtesy of the files of canpl.ca: https://canpl.ca/article/fc-edmontons-vacant-coaching-role-who-will-succeed-jeff-paulus story byMARTY THOMPSON, DIGITAL CONTENT EDITOR (@MARTYTHOMPSON_) 2020-09-30 FC Edmonton brass is picking up the pieces after a tumultuous 2020 Canadian Premier League season. Jeff Paulus stepped down as Edmonton coach last week, which means one of eight CPL coaching roles is temporarily vacant. The move wasn’t necessarily a shock — Paulus himself said during The Island Games that he felt...