In the latest episode of the Virtual Newsroom…
Charlie O’Connor-Clarke and Marty Thompson are joined by CanPL.ca contributor Sandra Prusina to break down the Canadian women’s team’s narrow 1-0 loss to the United States at the SheBelives Cup, which was coach Bev Priestman’s first game in charge.
- 1:49 – “The current generation of fans don’t know a team without Christine Sinclair… That’s what’s really exciting.”
- 5:44 – Charlie keeps it together for the penalty shout: “It’s one of the most blatant handballs I’ve seen in a while.”
- 8:15 – “Penalty isn’t the focal point for me… Canada is playing an exciting brand of ball – that’s what this team needs.”
- 10:53 – Selection headaches in an Olympic year: Quinn, Vanessa Gilles…
- 12:52 – Up next is Argentina (6pm ET Sunday on OneSoccer): Can Canada “set the pace”?
- 19:05 – Charlie and Marty recap the rest of CPL news: Daniel Krutzen re-signs, Canadian Championship
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