This is TFC, and we should know by now that any lead is never safe.
Canada’s domestic cup championship may still be in its infancy but the fact that it has even been around as long as it has been is due to the efforts of a group of Canadian soccer fans.
Canada needs a leader with experience winning in the region and ideally a track record of qualifying for senior competitions – the CSA cannot lose sight of that.
And with that you can be sure that the next two months will define where soccer goes for Canada over the next decade. If the CSA gets it right with the technical director hire and if they can start to lay the foundation for a national league, Canada can begin putting itself on the right path.
General Secretary Peter Montopoli and President Victor Montagliani will travel to Zurich, Switzerland to meet with FIFA about the recent match fixing allegations facing the Canadian Soccer League.