Canadian Soccer League - 2018
Canadian semiprofessional football club from Toronto, founded in 2008. For 9 years he was in amateur status. Most of the team is made up of players from the CIS countries. In 2017, the club began to perform in the Canadian Football League
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It was near the end of April 1998 when Gerard Houllier arrived in Toronto to be part of a 3-day coaching session, giving priority with the visit to help Canada become a world contender in soccer. It was a surprising visit given that Houllier was one of the busiest soccer administrators in the world at […]
Emilio Estevez, a 21 year old midfielder who had trials in 2018 with Queens Park Rangers in England and Levante in Spain’s La Liga while playing for SC Waterloo in the Canadian Soccer League, has been signed by ADO Den Haag in the Dutch Eredivisie. That’s a big score for the Toronto-born player who played […]
The Canadian Soccer League has delayed the kickoff of the 2020 season for a further month beyond the earlier May 29 start announced at the beginning of April. A further delay to Monday, June 29, is the new target kickoff date following recent decisions of local municipalities which owns and operates the enclosed stadiums and […]
PICTURE: The Belarusian Premier League was going full tilt last week and will be at it again this coming weekend. All top flight leagues in Europe and most leagues world-wide are wisely at a standstill and Canada is no exception. The Canadian Soccer League is holding on to its tentative end of May kickoff. While […]
PICTURE: The CSL is encouraging its players to follow the government moratorium on gatherings and train on their own until it is announced as being safe to do otherwise. With uncertainly the order of the day in Canada and world-wide due to the coronavirus epidemic it has not been possible to provide a meaningful kickoff […]
PICTURE: Krum Bibishkov, now player coach and head coach of Real Mississauga of the Canadian Soccer League has played close to 350 professional games with distinction during a 20-year period, mostly in Europe where he is seen here. When Krum Bibishkov recently questioned the fairness of a league rule for teams loaning players, it was […]
PICTURE: FC Vorkuta striker Fadi Salback has been a first year hit for FC Vorkuta and the Canadian university soccer community where he received the Rookie of the Year Award from the national governing body for university sports across Canada. Canadian Soccer League teams have a long history of signing established professional players from abroad […]
PICTURE: Announcer Enio Perruzza was once called upon to play for short-handed North York Astros in the CPSL Backup goaltender David Ayres, a Zamboni driver and Canadian operations manager at the Coca-Cola Coliseum in Toronto, became an overnight sensation when he took to the ice for the Carolina Hurricanes during the second period of an […]
PICTURE: Serbian White Eagles brought skilled players from Europe to launch an expansion team in the CSL in 2006, a side that played attractive football before large crowds, home and away. Dragoslav Sekularac (rear, third from right) one of Europe’s greats while playing for Red Star Belgrade 1955 – 1965 with 375 appearances and capped […]
Many fans will say that some goals were great goals worth the price of admission. Last minute winners even more so. Some goal scorers score goals that are never foregotten. They are goals that win championships, important trophies. There are goals that are controversial while others are picture goals, goals we see just once in […]
PICTURE: This was Scarborough SC’s third attempt in the past three years at winning the CSL Championship following two narrow defeats in the 2017 and 2018 finals. Just being there yet again was a highlight in itself for 2019 and the perseverance paid off with victory. Some of the season’s highlights: The biggest home […]
PICTURE: It was on Saturday, October 12, 2019 at the Ontario Soccer Centre ground that 2018 CSL champions FC Vorkuta was the first team to be eliminated from the 2019 post-season playoffs. It was a shock defeat by Kingsman SC, an expansion team that squeaked into the playoffs after finishing eighth of ten in the […]
PICTURE: Kingsman (red) earned the distinction of eliminating the 2018 CSL champions FC Vorkuta from the 2019 playoffs, a penalty kicks shocker following a 2-2 tie at the end of extra time on October 12. With a 100 per cent record from seven victories, Vorkuta faced a big test on July 14 against Scarborough and […]
PICTURE: Scarborough was a known quantity in the bid for 2019 honours, having finished third in the 2016 First Division standings and was a championship finalist in 2017 and 2018, losing by the narrowest of margins in a penalty kick shootout decider. On May 31 at the beginning of the 2019 season FC Ukraine United […]
For the first season in the Canadian League FC Vorkuta, for which many Ukrainian players stand, they won the championship title.
We talked about the success of the team with FC Vorkuta general manager Denis Yanchuk. Denis is a native of Khmelnytsky, who defended the colors of Podillya, and has lived in Canada since 2010.
In the Open Futsal Championship of Chernivtsi for the team “Crop” is an experienced player Mikhail Ryaby who previously defended the colors of “Bukovina” and Ternopil “Niva”.
Recently, Mikhail has played in the Canadian League for “Vorkuta”.
The news that the football club Vorkuta from Toronto won the regular season of Canada-2017, passed by almost all sports media. The blog “eleven” eliminates injustice and tells about the Canadian club with a Russian name, for which representatives of seven nationalities play at once.
The legion of Ukrainians in Canada is larger.
Former “Bukovinian” goalkeeper Oleksandr Musienko will play in the Canadian Football League for FC Vorkuta (Toronto). Representatives of Vorkuta have already announced the arrival of Musienko to Canada on their Facebook page.
Club of Russian immigrants will perform in the higher league.
Oleg Lutkov, a well-known Ukrainian specialist, former mentor of Zaporizhzhya Metallurg and Kryvbas, continue his coaching career in Canada. The 50-year-old coach has headed the FC Vorkuta team.