Unfortunately, the focus will likely be on the CSA and the national team coaching staff rather than focusing on development.
Last year’s draft was notable for the players that weren’t in the room along with a couple of clubs using early picks on players they probably could’ve gotten later.
Montreal has already shown that they’re able to use the MLS system to get an elite player.
CONCACAF, always fearful of the North American countries having too much influence, took their biggest steps under a US pro sports executive who has remained stubbornly soccer-specific.
After tonight’s as close to Canada as possible rivalry game, the Canadian Soccer Association is once again left to wonder what’s happening with their program.