Tag: World Cup
I was catching up on some reading Sunday afternoon. I was very surprised to see in the Globe and Mail that Carolina Morace (and her entire coaching staff) had quit as coach of Canada’s Women’s National Soccer Team. With Morace’s departure, the CSA will now have to work quickly to find a successor. Qualifying for […]
The Canadian Women were in Group A of the FIFA 2011 World Cup. Hosts and defending Champions Germany, along with France and Nigeria were the other teams in the group. Would it be fair to say that not many folks would have picked France to be the last team standing from this group? Canada’s World […]
The 2011 Women’s World Cup has turned into a disaster for Canada. The must win game on Thursday June 30th ended up turning into a brutal 4-0 loss to France. Here are three links on the story. I’ll start with the CBC. Here’s George Johnson’s latest writeup. Richard Starnes from the Ottawa Citizen has a […]
The FIFA Women’s World Cup begins Sunday June 26th. Stephen Brunt has a good read leading up to the next weekend’s opening matches, Canada plays host Germany, Sunday June 26th at 10am Calgary time. Brunt interviews one of the top players in the world, Canada’s Christine Sinclair and the impact that coach Carolina Morace has […]
Carolina Morace is the coach of Canada’s Women’s Soccer Team. She has been doing a very good job in succeeding Evan Pellerud’s 2000-2008 stint as coach. The article is from Saturday, May 7th Globe and Mail. The Women’s World Cup starts June 26th in Germany. Canada’s opening game is against the host Germans in Berlin.
I’m very pleased that Canada will host the Women’s World Cup in 2015. Here’s a link to an article last November just after Canada won the CONCACAF tournament to qualify for the 2011 World Cup to be held in Germany starting June 26th. Jeff Blair writes in Saturday’s Globe and Mail about soccer finally coming […]