Canada announces roster for upcoming men’s national team camp

OTTAWA (ONTARIO) – Canada’s men’s national team heads to Hamilton, Bermuda this weekend for a training camp and international friendly match at the Bermuda National Stadium. The international friendly on 25 March will be Canada’s men’s national team’s first of the 2007 season.







“Following the camp in Florida where we were fortunate to have most of the North Ameican based players for an extended period,” says interim head coach Stephen Hart. “This is another excellent opportunity for mainly the European based players to come together, train and play.”

OTTAWA (ONTARIO) – Canada’s men’s national team heads to Hamilton, Bermuda this weekend for a training camp and international friendly match at the Bermuda National Stadium. The international friendly on 25 March will be Canada’s men’s national team’s first of the 2007 season.







“Following the camp in Florida where we were fortunate to have most of the North Ameican based players for an extended period,” says interim head coach Stephen Hart. “This is another excellent opportunity for mainly the European based players to come together, train and play.”







Canada’s senior team has faced Bermuda seven times including their first encounter in World Cup Qualifying back on 6 October 1968 in Toronto (4:0 win). Canada and Bermuda last faced off against each other on 11 January 2000 in Hamilton, Bermuda (Canada 2:0 win on two Martin Nash goals). Canada has three wins and four draws in seven matches against Bermuda.







The 2007 CONCACAF Gold Cup takes place 6 to 24 June in the United States. Games will take place in Miami, FL (Orange Bowl, including the final), East Rutherford, NJ (Giants Stadium), Carson, CA (Home Depot Center), Houston, TX (Reliant Stadium), and Foxborough, MA (Gillette Stadium).







In FIFA’s February 2007 world rankings, Canada was the ninth-ranked country in the CONCACAF conference. Canada will look to improve its standings this summer when it takes part in the 2007 CONCACAF Gold Cup. The tournament will feature its biggest prize pool ever since CONCACAF has announced prizes have more than doubled for all winners and qualifiers in the 12-team tournament. From the tournament’s 16-year history (eight finals), Canada were Gold Cup champions in 2000.



NAME / NOM | POS AGE



de_Guzman_Julian | M | 25 Scarborough, ON, Canada



De_Rosario_Dwayne | M/F | 28 Scarborough, ON, Canada



Friend_Rob | F | 26 Kelowna, BC, Canada



Gervais_Gabriel | D | 30 Brossard, QC, Canada



Hainault_Andrew | D | 20 Hudson, QC, Canada



Harmse_Kevin | D/M | 22 Vancouver, BC, Canada



Hastings_Richard | D/M | 29 Prince George, BC, Canada



Hirschfeld_Lars | G | 28 Edmonton, AB, Canada



Hume_Iain | M/F | 23 Brampton, ON, Canada



Hutchinson_Atiba | D/M | 24 North York, ON, Canada



Jazic_Ante | D | 31 Bedford, NS, Canada



McKenna_Kevin | D | 27 Calgary, AB, Canada



Nakajima_Farran_Issey | M | 22 Calgary, AB, Canada



Nash_Martin | M | 31 Regina, SK, Canada



Nsaliwa_Tam | D/M | 25 Edmonton, AB, Canada



Radzinski_Tomasz | M/F | 33 Toronto, ON, Canada



Stalteri_Paul | D/M | 29 Etobicoke, ON, Canada



Stamatopoulos_Kenny | G | 27 Brampton, ON, Canada







G = Goalkeeper / Gardien. D = Defender / Défenseur. M = Midfielder / Milieu de terrain. F = Forward / Attaquant







Victor Montagliani | Head of Delegation | Chef de délégation



Stephen Hart | Head Coach | Entraîneur-chef



Tony Fonseca | Assistant Coach | Entraîneur adjoint



Paul Dolan | Goalkeeper Coach | Entraîneur des gardiens



Morgan Quarry | Manager | Gérant d’équipe



Ted Tilbury | Physiotherapist | Physiothérapeute



Mike Moretto | Equipment Manager | Gérant d’équipements



Vic Mendes | Video Coach | Entraîneur vidéo










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