The difference between Canada’s 2022 World Cup appearance than the one 36 years ago is that the expectations are a little higher this time around.
Articles by Ryan Watson
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In the midst of a World Cup berth, Toronto FC II provides young Canadian footballers a new path to the pros, and hopefully the national team.
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Westley Johnston has come a long way from his days playing wheelchair basketball in Prince Edward Island to having a chance at cracking the men’s national team.