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Ashley Lawrence interview: Canada midfielder stepping out with the leaders of the new school

Photo: WVU Athletic Communications

Photo: WVU Athletic Communications

 

A FIFA World Cup goalscorer and a key part of a record-breaking season at West Virginia University, this year will live long in the memory for midfielder Ashley Lawrence, who continues to show the kind of exhilarating promise and personality people have come to associate with Canada’s cluster of emerging talent. Read more →

Sophie Schmidt interview: Same strings in a new city – Canada international finding the flow in Frankfurt

Photo: Alfred Harder

Photo: Alfred Harder

 

Although more than familiar with the language of her new surroundings, Sophie Schmidt’s move to UEFA Champions League holders 1.FFC Frankfurt represents an undoubted change in picture for the Canadian international, and the midfielder has already brought her own pitch to the team harmony. Read more →

Stephanie Labbé interview: One nation under a groove – The keeper and the Canucks

Photo: Ewan Nicholson

Photo: Ewan Nicholson

 

Canadian international goalkeeper Steph Labbé has hit the heights with KIF Örebro DFF over recent months, but as much as Sweden is in her heart, the sweet sounds of home strike a chord like no other. Read more →

Kadeisha Buchanan interview: The flow to young Canada defender’s hustle

Photo courtesy of WVU Sports Communications

Photo courtesy of WVU Sports Communications

 

Canada defender Kadeisha Buchanan’s reputation is steadily rising, with a standout performance in May’s draw with the U.S. doing her no harm at all, and her musical and family background gives a glimpse into the person behind the whole-hearted player. Read more →

Kaylyn Kyle interview: ‘Let’s flip the track, bring the old school back’ – Canada midfielder keeps the vintage alive

Photo: Houston Dash

Photo: Houston Dash

 

A fresh start has perhaps arrived much sooner than anticipated for recent Houston Dash signing Kaylyn Kyle, but alongside new beginnings for the Canadian international there is always room for a throwback here and there. Read more →