The Centre Circle LIVE! crew is back again to rank the CPL’s seven clubs after another round of Fall season action.
The team has submitted their own takes on this table, creating a subjective ranking that will be repeated and published every week. These rankings were not reset between the Spring and Fall and will thus continue until the end of the season on Oct. 19.
Tim Hortons Field was stunned on Sunday when last-placed HFX Wanderers FC opened the second half by jumping out to a two-goal lead. Forge did well to battle back and pull out a draw, but dropping those points at home (especially while losing 62 per cent of their duels in the first half) could damage their Fall title chase.
3. Pacific FC (4-5-3)
MOVEMENT: — Last week: No. 3
A 2-0 defeat to York9 at home last Wednesday was a setback for the Tridents, but they’re steady at third after edging FC Edmonton 1-0 on Saturday. Michael Silberbauer’s squad was the better team in both contests — perhaps more dominant in the loss than in the win, actually.