Canada arrives in Columbus

Canada’s men’s national team arrived in Columbus, OH today, one day after winning the opening match of the 2009 CONCACAF Gold Cup. The team flew from Los Angeles to Columbus where it will spend the next few days before its Tuesday 7 July match against El Salvador.



Both Canada and El Salvador have three points after the opening night of the 2009 CONCACAF Gold Cup (Group A). Canada won its opening match 1:0 over Jamaica while El Salvador won its opening match 2:1 over Costa Rica. On Tuesday 7 July, Canada faces El Salvador and Costa Rica faces Jamaica.

Canada’s men’s national team arrived in Columbus, OH today, one day after winning the opening match of the 2009 CONCACAF Gold Cup. The team flew from Los Angeles to Columbus where it will spend the next few days before its Tuesday 7 July match against El Salvador.



Both Canada and El Salvador have three points after the opening night of the 2009 CONCACAF Gold Cup (Group A). Canada won its opening match 1:0 over Jamaica while El Salvador won its opening match 2:1 over Costa Rica. On Tuesday 7 July, Canada faces El Salvador and Costa Rica faces Jamaica.



Only one Canadian player did not make the trip. Kevin Harmse, who was not 100% healthy and did not dress for the Friday match, has stayed in Los Angeles. He will rejoin his Major League Soccer club Chivas USA.



In Saturday’s CONCACAF Gold Cup Group B action, USA moved into first place in Group B with a 4:0 win over Grenada. Honduras, meanwhile, sits in second place after a 1:0 win over Haiti. Of note, when the teams cross over from the group phase to the quarter-final stage, it will be the second-place team in Group B that faces the first-place team in Group A.

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