Please see below for a selection of recent L1O-related content:
CanPL: ‘We want to climb the biggest mountain on the planet’: Priestman and CanWNT set to begin World Cup preparation at SheBelieves Cup
Amanda Allen is one of those players, as the 17-year-old only made her senior international debut in November, an appearance off the bench in a friendly against Brazil.
Read more by Benedict Rhodes: https://canpl.ca/article/we-want-to-climb-the-biggest-mountain-on-the-planet-priestman-and-canwnt-set-to-begin-world-cup-preparation-at-shebelives-cup
Northern Tribune: Two Scrosoppi FC Youngsters Turn Pro In Portugal
It hasn’t taken League1 Ontario side Scrosoppi FC long to utilize the pipeline between itself and the Portuguese club it had purchased over the summer.
Read more by John Jacques: https://northerntribune.ca/scrosoppi-fc-vianense-player-transfers/
Toronto Star: Pacific FC signs former Canadian youth international attacker Adonijah Reid
Pacific FC and Vancouver FC added to their attack Tuesday while Atletico Ottawa bolstered its defence as Canadian Premier League teams continued building towards the 2023 season.
Read more from Toronto Star: https://www.thestar.com/sports/soccer/2023/01/31/pacific-fc-signs-former-canadian-youth-international-attacker-adonijah-reid.html
Northern Tribune: Halifax Adds Former Forge, Edmonton Defender Cale Loughrey
The Halifax Wanderers have recruited Canadian Premier League defender Cale Loughrey, inking the 21-year-old to a one-year deal with club options for 2024 and 2025.
Read more by John Jacques: https://northerntribune.ca/halifax-wanderers-cale-loughrey/
Toronto Sun: Reds To Face Vaughan Or Montreal In CDN Champs
Canada Soccer held the draw for the 2023 Canadian Championships on Tuesday night and TFC will meet the winner of CF Montreal and Vaughan SC in the quarterfinals in early May at BMO Field.
Read more by Steve Buffery: https://torontosun.com/sports/soccer/mls/toronto-fc/toronto-fc-close-to-announcing-the-acquisition-of-cb-sigurd-rosted