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SERBIAN EAGLES, YORK REGION GAIN WEEKEND VICTORIES….Waterloo, Vorkuta tie 2-2
Jun04

SERBIAN EAGLES, YORK REGION GAIN WEEKEND VICTORIES….Waterloo, Vorkuta tie 2-2

There were three games played in the CSL First Division during the weekend, the first on Friday night when Serbian White Eagles scored a narrow 2-1 victory over Scarborough FC, this was followed by Saturday’s game when York Region Shooters defeated Brantford Galaxy 2-0 and on Sunday FC Vorkuta fought back from a 2-0 deficit to score twice in the second half for a 2-2 tie with SC Waterloo. Sunday’s  game between Milton SC and Royal Toronto FC was postponed due to ground conditions following heavy rain at the Milton Community Park. Forward Kiril Dimitrov opened the scoring at 22 minutes for Scarborough SC in the game against Serbian White Eagles at Centennial Stadium in Etobicoke, but the game was tied 1-1 ten minutes later when Serbian Eagles’ midfielder Zoran Pesic found the net past Scarborough goalkeeper Milos Bjurkovic. It was 1-1 at the interval. Djordjije Jocic scored the winner for Serbian Eagles from the penalty spot at the 74th minute mark following a hand ball called by referee Remi Arbaji, a 2-1 final score at the final whistle. Following a scoreless first half at the St. Joan of Arc ground at Maple on Saturday, forward Kevin Bryan drove a low ball inside the right post to give York Region Shooters a 1-0 lead at 54 minutes and the prolific Richard West beat Scarborough ‘keeper Stefan Avramovic late in the second half to make it 2-0, the score at the final whistle. SC Waterloo took a 2-0 lead into the second half on goals by Brazen Jukovic and Vladimir Zelenbaba in the game against FC Vorkuta at RIM Park on Sunday night, but Valovymyr Pidvirnyi struck twice for the visiting Vorkuta for a 2-2 draw. In the CSL Second Division over the weekend, Brantford Galaxy B scored a decisive 4-0 victory over Serbian White Eagles B, London City B nipped Royal Toronto B 1-0, FC Ukraine United B won 5-2 over Burlington SC B and FC Vorkuta B defeated SC Waterloo B 4-0.  ...

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EXPANSION TEAM VORKUTA SHINES IN CSL OPENER………the weekend wrap-up
May28

EXPANSION TEAM VORKUTA SHINES IN CSL OPENER………the weekend wrap-up

Expansion team FC Vorkuta surprised Milton SC by a 7-0 score at Esther Shiner Stadium Saturday, one of three games played in the opening weekend of a five-month long Canadian Soccer League First Division season. On Friday night at Centennial Stadium in Etobicoke, Serbian White Eagles were held to a 1-1 tie at home by SC Waterloo, and on Saturday SC Scarborough were held to a scoreless tie at home by York Region Shooters, a game played at Birchmount Stadium. A fourth game scheduled in the CSL First Division for the opening weekend, Royal Toronto FC vs Brantford Galaxy, was postponed on Sunday due to ground conditions at Varsity Stadium. The game will be played Monday night at 8 pm. Vorkuta midfielder and captain Oleh Kerchu struck twice in his team’s dominance, opening the scoring after nine minutes, and scoring the seventh goal at 89 minutes. Defender Danylo Lazar found the Milton net at 16 minutes, midfielder Oleh Shutov scored twice, at 36 and 39 minutes, and it was 4-0 at the break. Defender Vadym Gostiev made it 5-0 at 52 minutes and midfielder Yaroslav Svorak scored at 82 minutes before Kerchu’s goal to end the scoring seven minutes later. There were four games to open the CSL Second Division season over the weekend. SC Waterloo B defeated Royals Toronto FC B 6-1, Brantford Galaxy B won 4-1 over London City B, FC Ukraine United B opened its season with a 3-1 defeat of FC Vorkuta B and Burlington SC B sored a 4-0 victory over Serbian White Eagles B to close the CSL opening weekend on Sunday...

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Game has been canceled between Royal Toronto FC vs Brantford Galaxy at 6:00 pm
May28

Game has been canceled between Royal Toronto FC vs Brantford Galaxy at 6:00 pm

The game between Royal Toronto FC vs Brantford Galaxy at 6:00 pm that is going to be played at Varsity Stadium has been canceled cancel due to unplayable field. Game will be played tomorrow at the same location at 8:00 pm between the two teams

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CSL EXPANSION TEAMS VORKUTA AND ROYAL TORONTO GIVE NEW LOOK……End of May kickoff
Apr29

CSL EXPANSION TEAMS VORKUTA AND ROYAL TORONTO GIVE NEW LOOK……End of May kickoff

Two expansion teams, FC Vorkuta and Royal Toronto FC, will give a new-look to the Canadian Soccer League 2017 kickoff set for the weekend May 26 -28. Eight teams will form a strong CSL First Division for a five-month long regular season campaign, to be followed by playoffs leading to the Givova Championship Cup Final early October. Vorkuta FC, formed in Toronto in 2008, derives its name from a Russian town situated just north of the Arctic Circle.  The local group adopted the name as a dedication to that Russian community and its troubled past, and to represent the Russian speaking community in Canada. Vorkuta FC played in the early days in a downtown Toronto senior amateur league before moving to the northern outskirts of Thornhill and Richmond Hill, winning league title wins along the way. Players being signed for the CSL team are from the broader Eastern Europe and Canada. Samad Kadirov has been an ever present force in the development of the Vorkuta team both on and off the field, while lawyer Igor Demitchev has been a leading sponsor to help move the club into the CSL, Canada’s only professional soccer league. Royal Toronto FC has a strong academy background with a reputation for skills training and emphasizing a lifestyle for young players aiming to make an impression at higher levels. It’s a ‘total preparation’ attitude at Royal Toronto –  being ready when the opportunity comes along at the professional level in Canada and elsewhere. Dario Brezak and Luka Majstorovic are the principals in a club that’s now reached a stage of adding a professional dimension to the organization, ready to step into the tough Canadian Soccer League. Each has experience with several CSL clubs, including Toronto Croatia, Milton and Toronto Atomic “We want our young academy players to be in a position of taking advantage of an opportunity that may come their way from Europe and other parts of the world and playing in the CSL is going to provide that necessary experience as they interface and eventually play with our professionals,” explained Brezak. Returning teams in the CSL First Division from last season are Brantford Galaxy, Milton SC, Scarborough SC, Serbian White Eagles, York Region Shooters, while SC Waterloo is back after using 2016 to reorganize, and new teams FC Vorkuta and Royal Toronto FC rounding out the eight. The CSL Second Division, considered a developmental loop for players moving into professional ranks, has in its 2017 league formation Brantford Galaxy B, Burlington SC, London City, Royal Toronto FC B, Serbian White Eagles B, Ukraine United, FC Vorkuta B and SC Waterloo B. Serbian White...

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