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Intrinsically Canadian Power Rankings: MLS Week 32/NASL Week 29/USL Week 30

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Congratulate Ottawa Fury keeper Callum Irving for finishing as the top Canadian minute-getter in USL this season.

The USL finished its regular-season schedule this past weekend, and Irving wrapped it up by playing yet another full 90 between the sticks for the Fury against the Pittsburgh Riverhounds. Irving played every minute of every USL match for the Fury this season.

As well, it needs to be noted that TFCII finished the season with an average of 471 minutes played by Canadians. Canada’s Soccer’s mandate is that USL teams that are subsidiaries of MLS parents (the “2” teams) have to give an average amount of time to Canadians that would equal six out of the 11 starting spots on the field. TFCII’s minutes would look to fall short of that.

In terms of Canada Soccer, WFC2’s minutes are moot because the team will not exist next season and won’t need a sanction.

If TFCII plays next season in USL, it can’t play games at Ontario Soccer Centre (as it stands), which does not have the needed capacity to satisfy Division-2 standards. USL has publicly stated that it won’t need waivers to keep its Division-2 status for 2018, which hints that all member teams will have home stadiums that can hold 5,000 fans or more. The 5,000-capacity minimum is set by U.S. Soccer as part of its Division-2 standards.

MLS MINUTES BY PLAYER, THE CANADIANS

  1. Cyle Larin, Orlando, 2169 (28)
  2. Will Johnson, Orlando, 2059 (26)
  3. Patrice Bernier, Montreal, 1719 (26)
  4. Tesho Akindele, FCD, 1512 (29)
  5. Ballou Jean-Yves Tabla, Montreal, 1140 (20)
  6. Alphonso Davies, Vancouver, 1055 (26)
  7. Raheem Edwards, TFC, 1055 (20)
  8. Anthony Jackson-Hamel, Montreal, 1047 (20)
  9. Tosaint Ricketts, TFC, 1001 (22)
  10. Jonathan Osorio, TFC, 974 (26)
  11. Samuel Piette, Montreal, 876 (10)
  12. Marcel de Jong, Vancouver, 779 (13)
  13. Russell Teibert, Vancouver, 731 (12)
  14. Jay Chapman, TFC, 375 (11)
  15. Louis Beland-Goyette, Montreal, 293 (6)
  16. Ashtone Morgan, TFC, 193 (4)
  17. Maxime Crepeau, Montreal, 180(2)
  18. Richie Laryea, Orlando, 159 (11)
  19. Jordan Hamilton, TFC, 142 (8)
  20. Wandrille Lefevre, Montreal, 106 (3)
  21. Ben McKendry, Vancouver, 90 (1)
  22. Maxim Tissot, D.C. United, 90 (1)
  23. Brian Wright, New England, 45 (2)
  24. Tyler Pasher, Sporting KC, 45 (1)
  25. David Choiniere, Montreal,34 (3)
  26. Kwame Awuah, NYCFC, 26 (4)

 

TEAM RANKINGS, MLS MINUTES PLAYED BY CANADIANS IN 2017

Montreal, 5372/33 (162.8)

Orlando City, 4367/33 (132.3)

Toronto FC, 3750/33 (113.6)

Vancouver, 2653/33 (80.4)

FC Dallas, 1512/33 (45.8)

D.C. United, 90/33 (2.7)

New England, 45/33 (1.4)

Sporting Kansas City, 45/33 (1.4)

New York City FC, 26/33 (0.8)

 

NASL MINUTES BY PLAYER, THE CANADIANS

  1. Drew Beckie, Jacksonville, 2101 (26)
  2. Mason Trafford, Miami FC, 1899 (23)
  3. Ben Fisk, FCE, 1850 (21)
  4. Karl Ouimette, San Francisco, 1837 (12)
  5. Kyle Bekker, San Francisco, 1814 (25)
  6. Allan Zebie, FCE, 1783 (22)
  7. Dejan Jakovic, New York, 1710 (19)
  8. Nana Attakora, San Francisco, 1350 (15)
  9. Nik Ledgerwood, FCE, 1279 (17)
  10. Tyson Farago, FCE, 1215 (13)
  11. Maxim Tissot, San Francisco, 1081 (18)
  12. Adam Straith, FCE, 949 (11)
  13. Mauro Eustaquio, FCE, 884 (15)
  14. Ben McKendry, FCE, 752 (11)
  15. Nathan Ingham, FCE, 495 (6)
  16. David Doe, FCE, 15 (2)
  17. Abraham Dukuly, FCE, 5 (1)

 

TEAM RANKINGS, NASL MINUTES PLAYED BY CANADIANS IN 2017

FC Edmonton, 9227/28 (329.5)

San Francisco, 6082/29 (209.7)

Jacksonville, 2101/29 (72.4)

Miami FC, 1899/29 (65.5)

New York, 1710/29 (59)

 

USL MINUTES BY PLAYER, THE CANADIANS

  1. Callum Irving, Ottawa, 2880 (32)
  2. Ryan James, Rochester, 2773 (32)
  3. Mastanabal Kacher, Colorado Springs, 2710 (32)
  4. Mallan Roberts, Richmond, 2667 (30)
  5. Jordan Murrell, Reno, 2369 (27)
  6. Ryan Telfer, TFCII, 2113 (29)
  7. David Norman Jr., WFC2, 2057 (26)
  8. Jamar Dixon, Ottawa, 1879 (28)
  9. Tyler Pasher, Swope Park, 1873 (24)
  10. Eddie Edward, Ottawa, 1867 (23)
  11. Zachary Ellis-Hayden, OCB, 1843 (24)
  12. Marco Bustos, WFC2, 1813 (21)
  13. Amer Didic, Swope Park, 1811 (21)
  14. Kadin Chung, WFC2, 1809 (24)
  15. Terran Campbell, WFC2, 1788 (25)
  16. Daniel Haber, Real Monarchs, 1779 (29)
  17. Jordan Dover, Rochester, 1740 (23)
  18. Bradley Kamdem Fewo, Rochester, 1725 (24)
  19. Angelo Cavalluzzo, TFCII, 1710 (19)
  20. Jordan Schweitzer, OCB, 1699 (24)
  21. Chris Nanco, Bethlehem Steel, 1622 (27)
  22. Liam Fraser, TFCII, 1576 (20)
  23. Shaan Hundal, TFCII, 1531 (22)
  24. Carl Haworth, Ottawa, 1504 (21)
  25. Thomas Gardner, WFC2, 1408 (21)
  26. Skylar Thomas, Charleston, 1225 (21)
  27. Gloire Amanda, WFC2, 1218 (27)
  28. Ben McKendry, WFC2, 1203 (14)
  29. Alessandro Riggi, Phoenix, 1195 (20)   
  30. Matthew Baldisimo, WFC2, 1187 (23)
  31. Sean Melvin, WFC2, 1170 (13)
  32. Julian Dunn-Johnson, TFCII, 1088 (13)   
  33. Sergio Camargo, TFCII, 1082 (18)
  34. Chris Serban, WFC2, 1062 (17)
  35. Mark-Anthony Kaye, Louisville, 1011 (19)
  36. Luca Uccello, TFCII, 1005 (15)
  37. Malik Johnson, TFCII, 1000 (19)
  38. Richie Laryea, OCB, 999 (12)
  39. Mark Anthony Gonzalez, Swope Park, 978 (19)
  40. Michael Cox, OCB, 922 (17)  
  41. Paris Gee, Tulsa, 876 (19)    
  42. Aidan Daniels, TFCII, 873 (16)
  43. Kyle Porter, Tampa Bay, 863 (11)  
  44. A.J. Gray, Phoenix, 824 (23)
  45. Jordan Hamilton, TFCII, 733 (9)  
  46. Dominick Zator, WFC2, 685 (8)
  47. Michael Baldisimo, WFC2, 596 (12)
  48. Adonijah Reid, Ottawa, 582 (12)
  49. Ashtone Morgan, TFCII, 554 (7)
  50. Marco Carducci, Rio Grande Valley FC, 540 (6)
  51. Mackenzie Pridham, Reno, 488 (15)
  52. Anthony Osorio, TFCII, 467 (7)
  53. Dante Campbell, TFCII, 412 (11)
  54. Darrin MacLeod, Swope Park, 360 (4)  
  55. Maxim Tissot, Richmond, 340 (4)
  56. Matthew Srbely, TFCII, 275 (4)
  57. Jay Chapman, TFCII, 270 (3)
  58. Josh Heard, Bethlehem Steel, 261 (16)
  59. Brett Levis, WFC2, 239 (5)
  60. Aron Mkungilwa, Ottawa, 233 (4)
  61. Patrick Metcalfe, WFC2, 222 (4)
  62. Marco Dominguez, FC Cincinnati, 189 (5)
  63. Brian Wright, Tulsa, 186 (3)
  64. Marcel DeBellis, Richmond, 180 (2)
  65. Wandrille Lefevre, Ottawa, 180 (2)
  66. Rocco Romeo, TFCII, 180 (2)
  67. Daniel DaSilva, TFCII, 94 (2)
  68. Raheem Edwards, TFCII, 90 (1)
  69. Mark Village, WFC2, 90 (1)
  70. Mele Temguia, FC Cincinnati, 62 (1)
  71. Thomas Meilleur-Giguere, Ottawa, 59 (4)
  72. Noble Okello Ayo, TFCII, 19 (1)
  73. Nicolas Apostol, WFC2, 17 (1)
  74. Noah Verhoeven, WFC2, 16 (1)

 

TEAM RANKINGS, USL MINUTES PLAYED BY CANADIANS IN 2017

WFC2,16580/32 (518.1)

TFCII,15072/32 (471)

Ottawa, 9184/32 (287)

Rochester, 6238/32 (194.9)

Orlando City B, 5463/32 (170.7)

Swope Park Rangers, 5022/32 (156.9)

Richmond, 3187/32 (99.6)

Reno, 2857/32 (89.3)

Colorado Springs, 2710/32 (84.7)

Phoenix, 2019/32 (63.1)

Bethlehem Steel FC, 1883/32 (58.8)

Real Monarchs SC, 1779/32 (55.6)

Charleston, 1225/32 (38.3)

Tulsa, 1062/42 (33.2)

Louisville City, 1011/32 (31.6)

Tampa Bay, 863/32 (27)

Rio Grande Valley FC, 540/32 (16.9)

FC Cincinnati, 251/32 (7.8)

 

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One Comment

  1. RalphTheDog

    October 16, 2017 at 8:30 pm

    “In terms of Canada Soccer, WFC2’s minutes are moot because the team will not exist next season and won’t need a sanction.”

    So they are better than TFC2 by a wide margin and even though it was probably their last season they lived up to their part of the deal. Where is the bashing of TFC for not giving enough USL minutes to Canadians? If it were the Whitecaps there would be no end to the bashing.

    WFC2,16580/32 (518.1) PLUS 1530 minutes for a player who the CSA says qualifies but you exclude, and you get the actual numbers

    WFC2, 18110/32 (566.

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