World Cup Preview: Group C

Group C promises to be an interesting group to follow. You have the likes of France, who are capable of winning the tournament but have shown they can be very mediocre at times. Then there is Australia, who made it to the knock-out stages in 2014 despite being in a group with Spain and Netherlands. … Continue reading World Cup Preview: Group C

World Cup Preview: Group B

Group B features the Iberian cousins, Portugal and Spain, who are coming into Russia with a point to prove. Iran and Morocco will be hoping to cause problems for them, but do they have what it takes to cause an upset this summer? Here is our breakdown of Group B. Spain Forget about Spain’s collapse … Continue reading World Cup Preview: Group B

World Cup Preview: Group A

The World Cup is set to kick-off on June 14, with hosts Russia taking on Saudi Arabia. The other two group members, Egypt and Uruguay will square off the following day. Here is a  quick break down of the four teams in group A. Egypt World Cup Ranking: 46 The last time Egypt went to … Continue reading World Cup Preview: Group A

CPL gives former pros a chance to make a comeback

The Canadian Premier League (CPL), set to start play in 2019, opens the door for many Canadians to reach their goals of becoming a professional. The CPL isn’t only for the young generation – it’s also for players currently playing at higher amateur levels, players like Paul Hamilton, who hinted to being open to a … Continue reading CPL gives former pros a chance to make a comeback

Khattab Looking to Make An Impact In Edmonton

With six appearances off the bench so far to begin his FC Edmonton career, midfielder Sabri Khattab looks to build on his appearances in hopes of securing a regular spot in the Eddies’ starting eleven. The 27-year-old midfielder made his FC Edmonton debut in the opening match of the North American Soccer League (NASL) against … Continue reading Khattab Looking to Make An Impact In Edmonton

“Race isn’t something that should separate us.” – Netan Sansara

FC Edmonton’s latest addition to the backline Netan Sansara will be looking to leave his mark in Edmonton in several different ways. Sansara is of British-Indian dissent as he was born in Walsall, England. His parents were born in the UK and his grandparents came from India. There aren’t many professional British-Indian professional soccer players, … Continue reading “Race isn’t something that should separate us.” – Netan Sansara