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Old 01-07-2012, 12:05 PM   #166 (permalink)
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Denis Hamlett named Montreal Impact assistant coach
Hamlett was on Chicago's coaching staff from 1998 to 2009



Hamlett, 42, from Costa Rica, most recently served as an assistant coach with the Vancouver Whitecaps FC in 2011, helping the club in its inaugural season in MLS, but spent most of his coaching career with the Chicago Fire.

Hamlett, who is currently in Florida for the MLS Combine, joins a coaching staff that includes head coach Jesse Marsch, assistant coaches Mike Sorber and Mauro Biello, goalkeeper coach Preston Burpo, and physical preparation coach Adam Rotchstein.

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this is the last update from Big Soccer

Montréal Roster updates for 2012
Salary Budget Players:
1. GK Evan Bush 25 $?????
2. GK Donovan Ricketts 34 $195,000
3. GK Greg Sutton (CAN) 34 $80,100
4. D Nelson Rivas (I) 28 $?????
5. D Zarek Valentin 20 $132,000
6. D Bobby Burling 27 $42,000
7. D Tyson Wahl 27 $54,770
8. D/M Josh Gardner 29 $49,200
9. M Hassoun Camara (I) 27 $?????
10. M Sinisa Ubiparipovic 28 $?????
11. M Justin Mapp 27 $183,333.33
12. M Bryan Arguez 22 $?????
13. M Ian Westlake (I) 28 $?????
14. M Patrice Bernier (CAN) 32 $??????
15. M Felipe Martins (I) 21 $??????
16. M/F Collen Warner 23 $55,750
17. M/F Davy Arnaud 31 $258,750
18. F Justin Braun 24 $87,500
19. F Brian Ching 33 $412,500
20. Open


Off Budget players:
21. D/M Jeb Brovsky 22 $42,000
22. M Gerson Mayen 22 $32,604
23. M/F Sanna Nyassi 22 $42,000
24. M/F Miguel Montano (I) 20 $32,604
25. Open
26. Open
27. Open
28. Open
29. Open
30. Open

Injured Reserve:
1.
2.
3.

Notes:
- I=International, CN=Canadian, DP=Designated Player, HG=Home Grown, GA=Generation Adidas
- 5 of 8 International spots currently filled. 2 of 3 Canadian spots currently filled.
- Full list of roster rules can be found HERE (http://www.mlssoccer.com/2011-mls-roster-rules), but below is a quick reference guide:

1. For Canadian MLS teams both Canadian and US players count as domestic players (ie do not take up an International spot) and Canadian teams must have at least 3 Candain players on their roster

2.Off-Budget players do not count against the salary cap and must be making league minimum, be Generation Adidas players, or Home Grown players.

3. Players occupying spots 1-24 must make a minimum of $42,000, while those occupying 25-30 must be under 25 and making a minimum of $32,600

4. Players on injured reserve count against the salary cap, but do not take up a roster or international spot.

5. Players on injured reserve are available to play in non-MLS games.

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Plotting Impact games to watch in 2012


Frédérick Jean-François,
January 5, 2011

For the Montreal Impact, the release of the MLS schedule answered some questions on the number of games played at the Olympic Stadium and also the opponents from the Western Conference who will come to La Belle Province in 2012. Here's a quick look at the Impact's schedule for 2012.

The only match at the Olympic Stadium that could have trouble selling will be the match against Portland Timbers. After all, the last two matches in the MLS regular season the Impact will play at the Olympic Stadium are against star driven clubs in the Galaxy and the Red Bulls on the 12th and 19th of May

http://www.rednationonline.ca/Plotti...tchin2012.aspx
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AT LEAST THEY ARE NOW TALKING

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For those wondering about latest on Ching-Gate, I'm told Houston & Montreal are "miles apart" in trade talks. Don't expect a pre-draft deal
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Home game versus Red Bulls on May 19 to start at 7:30pm
Time change: Home game vs New York Red Bulls on May 19



MONTREAL - The Montreal Impact and the New York Red Bulls have announced that the regular season match scheduled for Saturday, May 19, at Olympic Stadium, will start at 7:30pm (ET) to avoid conflict with the UEFA Champions League Final that day. The original start time was set for 2pm (ET).

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Impact's Marsch: We know who we're taking at No. 1
Montreal have made up their mind with top pick – so who is it?



The Montreal Impact’s first-ever MLS SuperDraft is less than 24 hours away, and Jesse Marsch’s homework is pretty much done. The first-year head coach confirmed to MLSsoccer.com on Wednesday that he and his staff have decided which player they will select with the first overall pick of Thursday’s draft.

So who is it? Not surprisingly, Marsch didn’t reveal the name of the player, though most observers see the first two picks as a game of poker between the club and rivals Vancouver Whitecaps, with Akron striker Darren Mattocks and Duke’s versatile Andrew Wenger at stake.

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Impact may take Darren Mattocks



MONTREAL - Jesse Marsch didn’t drop a hint who the Impact will take in the MLS SuperDraft.

The team’s head coach didn’t have to because signs point to the Impact making Darren Mattocks from the University of Akron the first overall pick in the 13th edition of the league draft of top Generation adidas and U.S. college players in Kansas City on Thursday (12 p.m., TSN2, RDS).

Mattocks, a 21-year-old native of Portmore, Jamaica, is considered the top player available, but more than that he’s a forward, a position the Impact is lacking in as it prepares for its inaugural season in North America’s premier soccer league.

Mattocks scored 39 goals in 47 games in two NCAA Division I seasons at Akron and is ranked first of nine Generation adidas prospects.


Read more: http://www.montrealgazette.com/sport...#ixzz1jCVJLXsR
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SuperDraft:
Montreal choose Wenger with No. 1 pick
Hermann Trophy winner Wenger headed to expansion Impact



KANSAS CITY, Mo. – With the first pick in the 2012 SuperDraft pick, the Montreal Impact snatched up arguably the best forward and defender in college soccer.

Though Darren Mattocks was rumored to be in the running for the top spot, Montreal went for what many called the most-polished prospect in the draft pool, drafting MAC Hermann Trophy winner and Generation adidas signing Andrew Wenger with the first overall pick.

Wenger, 21, was named both national player of the year and ACC Offensive Player of the Year following a standout junior season at Duke in which he scored 17 goals and contributed eight assists while playing out of position. Projected to play either center back or defensive midfielder in MLS, he was also named ACC Defensive Player of the Year in 2010 before moving up top as a junior.

http://www.mlssoccer.com/superdraft/...o-2-pick-draft

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Partnership with Kia Canada
Rio 5-Door Special Edition vehicle will be present at home games at Stade Saputo



MONTRÉAL – Kia Canada Inc. is pleased to announce an exciting new cooperative partnership with the Montreal Impact. This all-new partnership marks the third official Major League Soccer (MLS) team in Canada that Kia Canada is associated with. In a collaborative effort, both Kia Canada and the Montreal Impact debuted a Special Edition 2012 Kia Rio 5-Door at the 2012 Montreal international Auto Show.

Montreal Impact players, Greg Sutton and Patrice Bernier, were present to reveal the special edition Kia Rio 5-Door to unveil it for the first time today at the Montreal International Auto Show

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Marsch says Impact prepared to make "pretty big move"
Coach will begin to mold Impact, but can make splash to fill voids



KANSAS CITY, Mo. – With two months left until the start of the 2012 MLS season, Jesse Marsch believes the Montreal Impact are ahead of schedule.

“I’m going to say yes to that, but I’m very careful to be smart enough to know that this whole process is going to take time,” Marsch said on Thursday. “You don’t become a team overnight, but yes, I’m optimistic and pleased with where we’re at.”

The expansion squad formally gets to work on Monday, with player physicals and the process of molding a list of names into a unit.

http://www.mlssoccer.com/news/articl...retty-big-move

HOUSTON – One of the downsides to professional sports is that players do not always get the swan song they imagine.

Brian Ching thought his career would end with a final season in a new stadium in front of the Houston Dynamo fans he loves. Instead, his selection in November’s Expansion Draft has him headed to the Montreal Impact. His dream vanished, Ching originally stated he would prefer to retire than play for Montreal.

It was an emotional outburst. After the dust settled, he mulled it over. Time and reflection, he said, made him realize that wasn’t the way he was going to go out, and that while he may not get the end he pictured, he wanted to control how it happened.

“I decided that I want to retire on my own terms,” Ching said at a press conference on Friday. “I don’t want to be dictated into retirement and, honestly, I feel like I have another year of good soccer left in me.”

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Brian Ching joins Montreal Impact for training camp


“I’ll be completely honest with you guys,” Ching told a huge media throng Monday. “I would have loved to finish my career in Houston, especially because they’re opening up a new stadium there. It was something I was planning on. But I’m a professional, and sometimes you don’t always get what you want

There were eight no-shows on Day 1 of training camp.Forward Justin Braun, midfielders Bryan Arguez and Sanna Nyassi, defender Hassoun Camara and goalkeeper Donovan Ricketts were absent because of rescheduled medical and physical examinations. All will be at camp on Tuesday

On Monday, the Impact players were put through a series of mini scrimmages for about 90 minutes after being addressed by sporting director Nick De Santis and head coach Jesse Marsch.

The Impact camp will continue Tuesday indoors at the Marie Victorin Sport Complex in the northeast end of the city before the club leaves Wednesday for a 12-day trip to Mexico with training and exhibition games in Guadalajara.

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Photos: Montreal Impact MLS training camp
The first day of the Montreal Impact MLS training camp at Complexe Sportif Marie-Victorin in Montreal on Monday, January 16, 2012.


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Details of camp in Mexico revealed
Training camp schedule in Mexico

Wednesday, January 18 – Departure for Guadalajara
Thursday, January 19 – Training session, Hotel Villa Primavera
Friday, January 20 – Training session, Hotel Villa Primavera
Saturday, January 21 – Training session, Hotel Villa Primavera
Sunday, January 22 – 10am – Montreal Impact vs Chivas Guadalajara, Verde Valle
Monday, January 23 – Training session, Hotel Villa Primavera
Tuesday, January 24 – 10am – Montreal Impact vs Estudiantes Tecos, Tecos Stadium
Wednesday, January 25 – 4pm – Montreal Impact vs Iteso, Hotel Villa Primavera
Thursday, January 26 – 10am – Montreal Impact vs Club Atlas, Colomos
Friday, January 27 – Training session, Hotel Villa Primavera
Saturday, January 28 – Training session, Hotel Villa Primavera
Sunday, January 29 – Return to Montreal, Hotel Villa Primavera

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TOP 20 PLAYERS AVAILABLE

1. Andy Rose, Defensive Midfielder, UCLA

2. Evan James, Right Winger, Charlotte
3. Alec Purdie, Right Winger, Indiana
4. Evans Frimpong, Left Winger/Forward, Delaware
5. Kirk Urso, Defensive Midfielder, North Carolina
6. Antoine Hoppenot, Forward, Princeton
7. Arthur Ivo, Attacking Midfielder/Left Winger, SMU
8. James Kiffe, Left Back, UCSB
9. Justin Chavez, Centerback, Tulsa
10. Brian Ownby, Right Winger/Forward, Virginia
11. Luke Holmes, Winger, Akron
12. Miguel Ibarra, Attacking Midfielder, UC-Irvine
13. Brian Rowe, Goalkeeper, UCLA
14. Lance Rozeboom, Defensive Midfielder, New Mexico
15. Charles Rodriguez, Centerback, Charlotte
16. Mykell Bates, Right Back/Centerback, Santa Clara
17. Rafael Garcia, Attacking Midfielder, Cal State Northridge
18. R.J. Allen, Right Back, Monmouth
19. Eder Arreola, Left Winger, UCLA
20. Michael Green, Central Midfielder/Right Winger, New Mexico

Apparently Evan James is at Impact camp already!
I guess we know their 1st pick...
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Aaron Schoenfeld (East Tennessee State)


Steven Miller (Colgate)


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The Montreal Impact and Olympic Park announce a four year partnership
Deal significant step for soccer and Olympic site



MONTREAL, January 17, 2012 – The Minister of Tourism and minister of the Olympic Park, Ms. Ménard, along with Montreal Impact president Joey Saputo and president of the Olympic Stadium, Mr. David Heurtel, announced on Tuesday a four year partnership between the two organizations, reinforcing the stature of professional sports at the Olympic Stadium.

The deal stipulates that of the 17 regular season home games that the club will play in Major League Soccer (MLS) in 2012, five of those matches will be played at Olympic Stadium, as well as the Canadian Nutrilite Championship game. For the 2013, 2014, and 2015 seasons, the Impact should play two or three games at Olympic Stadium, including the home openers.

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