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Intrinsically Canadian Power Rankings: MLS Week 19 (hiatus)/NASL Week 17/USL Week 17

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MLS had the week off because of the Gold Cup, so the focus is on division-two soccer in North America.

And, with NASL wrapping up its spring season this past weekend — even though Miami FC ran away and hid at the top of the standings, killing any notion of a “race” for the title — we can look at how Canadians have fared in that eight-team league.

Jacksonville’s Drew Beckie, with 1,383 minutes played, led all Canadians when it came to time spent on the pitch. A total of 14 Canadians played in NASL this spring season. Of course, FC Edmonton led the eight teams when it came to giving minutes to Canadian players; as the only Canadian team left in the league, the Eddies should be the side that offers the most minutes to players from this country.

Five of the eight NASL teams gave playing time to Canadians in the spring season.

Here are this week’s latest rankings:

MLS MINUTES BY PLAYER, THE CANADIANS

  1. Will Johnson, Orlando, 1617 (19)
  2. Cyle Larin, Orlando, 1495 (17)
  3. Tesho Akindele, FCD, 992 (18)
  4. Patrice Bernier, Montreal, 906 (13)
  5. Ballou Jean-Yves Tabla, Montreal,  768 (13)
  6. Raheem Edwards, TFC, 746 (13)
  7. Alphonso Davies, Vancouver, 622 (13)
  8. Tosaint Ricketts, TFC, 544 (12)
  9. Jonathan Osorio, TFC, 501 (15)
  10. Russell Teibert, Vancouver, 433 (7)
  11. Anthony Jackson-Hamel, Montreal, 366 (10)
  12. Jay Chapman, TFC, 224 (6)
  13. Wandrille Lefevre, Montreal, 106 (3)
  14. Ashtone Morgan, TFC, 102 (2)
  15. Marcel de Jong, Vancouver, 93 (4)
  16. Jordan Hamilton, TFC, 91 (6)
  17. Ben McKendry, Vancouver, 90 (1)
  18. Maxim Tissot, D.C. United, 90 (1)
  19. Tyler Pasher, Sporting KC, 45 (1)
  20. Richie Laryea, Orlando, 39 (3)
  21. Brian Wright, New England, 37 (1)
  22. David Choiniere, Montreal, 5 (1)
  23. Kwame Awuah, NYCFC, 1 (1)

 

TEAM RANKINGS, MLS MINUTES PLAYED BY CANADIANS IN 2017

Orlando City, 3131/20 (156.6)

Montreal, 2148/17 (126.4)

Toronto FC, 2208/19 (116.2)

Vancouver, 1236/17 (72.7)

FC Dallas, 992/18 (55.1)

D.C. United, 90/19 (4.7)

Sporting Kansas City, 45/19 (2.4)

New England, 37/19 (1.9)

New York City FC, 1/19 (0.1)

 

NASL MINUTES BY PLAYER, THE CANADIANS

  1. Drew Beckie, Jacksonville, 1383 (16)
  2. Nana Attakora, San Francisco, 1350 (15)
  3. Kyle Bekker, San Francisco, 1309 (15)
  4. Mason Trafford, Miami FC, 1269 (16)
  5. Allan Zebie, FCE, 953 (12)
  6. Adam Straith, FCE, 949 (11)
  7. Ben Fisk, FCE, 871 (10)
  8. Dejan Jakovic, New York, 810 (9)
  9. Karl Ouimette, San Francisco, 683 (8)
  10. Mauro Eustaquio, FCE, 598 (9)
  11. Nik Ledgerwood, FCE, 525 (8)
  12. Nathan Ingham, FCE, 495 (6)
  13. Maxim Tissot, San Francisco, 280 (5)
  14. Tyson Farago, FCE, 135 (2)

 

TEAM RANKINGS, NASL MINUTES PLAYED BY CANADIANS IN 2017

FC Edmonton, 4526/16 (282.9)

San Francisco, 3622/16 (226.4)

Jacksonville, 1383/16 (86.4)

Miami FC, 1269/16 (79.3)

New York, 810/16 (50.6)

 

USL MINUTES BY PLAYER, THE CANADIANS

  1. Mastanabal Kacher, Colorado Springs, 1645 (19)
  2. Mallan Roberts, Richmond, 1620 (18)
  3. Callum Irving, Ottawa, 1530 (17)
  4. Ryan James, Rochester, 1349 (16)
  5. Ben McKendry, WFC2, 1203 (14)
  6. Jordan Murrell, Reno, 1202 (14)
  7. Ryan Telfer, TFCII, 1147 (16)
  8. Jordan Dover, Rochester, 1123 (14)
  9. Amer Didic, Swope Park, 1091 (13)
  10. Eddie Edward, Ottawa, 1071 (14)
  11. Kadin Chung, WFC2, 1007 (13)
  12. Zachary Ellis-Hayden, OCB, 981 (12)
  13. Thomas Gardner, WFC2, 979 (15)
  14. David Norman Jr., WFC2, 959 (13)
  15. Daniel Haber, Real Monarchs, 948 (16)
  16. Bradley Kamdem Fewo, Rochester, 944 (13)
  17. Liam Fraser, TFCII, 935 (12)
  18. Jamar Dixon, Ottawa, 918 (15)
  19. Richie Laryea, OCB, 909 (11)
  20. Angelo Cavalluzzo, TFCII, 900 (10)
  21. Luca Uccello, TFCII, 859 (12)
  22. Jordan Schweitzer, OCB, 847 (12)
  23. Terran Campbell, WFC2, 827 (11)
  24. Tyler Pasher, Swope Park, 825 (11)
  25. Chris Nanco, Bethlehem Steel, 721 (12)
  26. Matthew Baldisimo, WFC2, 685 (12)
  27. Sergio Camargo, TFCII, 642 (10)
  28. Gloire Amanda, WFC2, 630 (15)
  29. Shaan Hundal, TFCII, 600 (9)
  30. Dominick Zator, WFC2, 595 (7)
  31. Marco Bustos, WFC2, 573 (7)
  32. Mark Anthony Gonzalez, Swope Park, 567 (10)     
  33. Sean Melvin, WFC2, 540 (6)
  34. A.J. Gray, Phoenix, 516 (12)
  35. Michael Cox, OCB, 490 (8)
  36. Skylar Thomas, Charleston, 394 (10)  
  37. Carl Haworth, Ottawa, 389 (6)
  38. Paris Gee, Tulsa, 371 (9)     
  39. Mackenzie Pridham, Reno, 340 (11)  
  40. Maxim Tissot, Richmond, 340 (4)
  41. Malik Johnson, TFCII, 303 (8)      
  42. Alessandro Riggi, Phoenix, 301 (6)
  43. Jordan Hamilton, TFCII, 286 (4)
  44. Chris Serban, WFC2, 283 (5)
  45. Anthony Osorio, TFCII, 258 (4)
  46. Kyle Porter, Tampa Bay, 247 (4)
  47. Mark-Anthony Kaye, Louisville, 241 (5)
  48. Aron Mkungilwa, Ottawa, 233 (4)
  49. Dante Campbell, TFCII, 210 (4)
  50. Ashtone Morgan, TFCII, 194 (3)
  51. Jay Chapman, TFCII, 180 (2)
  52. Josh Heard, Bethlehem Steel, 169 (8)
  53. Aidan Daniels, TFCII, 138 (5)
  54. Marco Dominguez, FC Cincinnati, 125 (3)
  55. Julian Dunn-Johnson, TFCII, 109 (2)
  56. Marco Carducci, Rio Grande Valley FC, 90 (1)
  57. Marcel DeBellis, Richmond, 90 (1)
  58. Raheem Edwards, TFCII, 90 (1)
  59. Mele Temguia, FC Cincinnati, 62 (1)
  60. Patrick Metcalfe, WFC2, 45 (1)
  61. Brian Wright, Tulsa, 30 (1)
  62. Nicolas Apostol, WFC2, 17 (1)
  63. Michael Baldisimo, WFC2, 13 (1)
  64. Thomas Meilleur-Giguere, Ottawa, 1 (1)

 

TEAM RANKINGS, USL MINUTES PLAYED BY CANADIANS IN 2017

WFC2,8356/18 (464.2)

TFCII, 6851/17 (403)

Ottawa, 4142/17 (243.6)

Rochester, 3416/16 (213.5)

Orlando City B, 3267/18 (181.5)

Swope Park Rangers, 2483/17 (146.1)

Richmond, 2050/18 (113.9)

Reno, 1542/16 (96.4)

Colorado Springs, 1645/19 (86.6)

Real Monarchs SC, 948/17 (55.8)

Phoenix, 817/15 (54.5)

Bethlehem Steel FC, 890/17 (52.4)

Tulsa, 401/16 (25.1)

Charleston, 394/18 (21.9)

Louisville City, 241/16 (15.1)

Tampa Bay, 247/19 (13)

FC Cincinnati, 187/19 (9.8)

Rio Grande Valley FC, 90/15 (6)

 

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5 Comments

  1. Steven Sandor

    July 23, 2017 at 11:06 am

    Richey isn’t counted because his most recent int’l appearance was with US program.

    Tabla, despite his refusal to play at the u20 qualifiers, has only played for Canada to this point.

    As for bias, you would likely have noted Davies was counted before he got his passport, because he’d appeared at a Canadian camp.

    Reply

    • RalphTheDog

      July 30, 2017 at 7:40 am

      So if Tabla chooses Ivory Coast do you remove all his minutes? What if Richey chooses Canada? Do you go back and adjust all the times? Your choices are arbitrary and very biased.

      Richey is CMNT eligible just like Tabla yet you count one but not the other. The CSA goes by who is eligible for MNT callups so both should be counted. You just ignore the CSA criteria and make your own up. Bogus.

      Reply

      • Steven Sandor

        July 30, 2017 at 5:28 pm

        Yes, I would. And adjust the team numbers accordingly. I have done that in the past when
        a) Akindele declared for Canada
        b) Lefevre became Canadian eligible

        Reply

        • RalphTheDog

          August 1, 2017 at 5:18 pm

          But Richey is already “Canada eligible” so your reason for not counting him is bogus. CSA says he counts towards the minutes required by CMNT eligible players.

          Reply

  2. RalphTheDog

    July 22, 2017 at 7:44 pm

    Why do you count Tabla as Canadian when he has turned down call ups and says he may choose Ivory Coast?
    You don’t count Richey as Canadian even though he is eligible for our MNT.

    Do I detect a serious anti-Whitecap bias here?

    Reply

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