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Return to training, Week 4: CPL teams hit mid-Summer stride

The Canadian Premier League’s return to training program entered its second month this week as June turned to July via a socially-distanced Canada Day.

CPL teams are busy trying to prepare as much as possible for an eventual return to play scenario, putting players through jam-packed training sessions in search for a competitive advantage.

Just like last week, CPL clubs welcomed some new faces to the return-to-training fold. Pacific FC signed 17-year-old goalkeeper Emil Gazdov while Valour FC welcomed newcomers Masta Kacher, James Pantemis, and Stefan Cebara to camp.

Here’s what training looked like in Week 4.


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Masta Kacher arrived in Winnipeg for his first sessions with Valour FC

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Masta Kacher. (Valour FC)

Canada Day love from Pacific FC

Pacific FC at Westhills Stadium. (Pacific FC)
Pacific FC at Westhills Stadium. (Pacific FC)

Atlético Ottawa’s Malyk Hamilton and Brandon John show their patriotism on Canada Day

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Happy Canada Day! 🇨🇦

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Quarantine hair or a new look for HFX Wanderers winger Alessandro Riggi?

HFX Wanderers winger Alessandro Riggi. (HFX Wanderers)
HFX Wanderers winger Alessandro Riggi. (HFX Wanderers)

Cavalry FC’s Robert Boskovic nods down a ball at Spruce Meadows

Robert Boskovic. (Cavalry FC)
Robert Boskovic. (Cavalry FC)

An HFX Wanderers coach prepares the pitch for training

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HFX Wanderers practice. (HFX Wanderers)

York9 FC goalkeeper Nathan Ingham snags a ball in the mid-Summer sun

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Nathan Ingham. (York9 FC)