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Old 02-28-2011, 08:52 PM   #16 (permalink)
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IMPACT 0 PORTLAND 1


CASA GRANDE, Arizona – In its first exhibition match against MLS clubs in Arizona, the Montreal Impact was defeated 1-0 by the Portland Timbers, Wednesday, at the Grande Sports World Complex, in Casa Grande, near Phoenix, Arizona.

The game’s only goal was scored early on. In the 7th minute of play, forward Eddie Johnson deflected a cross from Roberto Merino with his head. Near the far post in the six-yard box, Johnson beat goalkeeper Evan Bush to the opposite side.

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IMPACT 3 DALLAS 0


PHOENIX, Arizona – The Montreal Impact concluded its training camp in Arizona with a 3-0 shutout victory over FC Dallas, last season’s MLS playoff runners-up, Wednesday, at Reach 11 Complex, near Phoenix.

Ali Gerba (21st minute), Luke Kreamalmeyer (53rd minute) and Idriss Ech Chergui (76th minute) scored the three goals in the club’s first win against Major Soccer League competition. Goalkeepers Bill Gaudette and Evan Bush shared the shutout.

“We got the feeling that in the first two games, we made a few mistakes that cost us the victory. We were close to getting a good result,” said Impact head coach Marc Dos Santos. “We deserved to return home on a good note. The team was rewarded tonight as a result of all their hard work in camp.”

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MONTREAL – With a year to go before joining Major League Soccer (MLS), the Montreal Impact unveiled Wednesday the detailed plans for the expansion of the Saputo Stadium, with the stadium increasing from 13,034 to 20,341 seats.

More than 7,000 seats will be added to the current stadium: 3,500 seats in a new West grandstand, 1,250 additional seats in the Southeast and Southwest grandstands (corners), as well as 1,000 additional seats in the East grandstand.

Among the most notable changes, a roof will hang over the upper rows of each grandstand, for a total of 6,948 covered seats. The roof will therefore cover a third of all seats, making the new Saputo Stadium a covered, open-air stadium.

“Today, we are presenting you a major league stadium for a major league city,” declared Joey Saputo president of the Montreal Impact and the Saputo Stadium. “This is a major step forward for soccer in Montreal and Quebec. This stadium will remain the main rallying point for soccer in the province. In 2012, all our season ticket holders will be able to find their place at Saputo Stadium in 2012. I would like to thank my family and the Quebec government for their involvement and continued support in this project.”

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GOALKEEPER EVAN BUSH JOINS THE IMPACT


MONTREAL – The Montreal Impact announced on Friday the signing of goalkeeper Evan Bush for the 2011 season.

Bush, who turned 25 years-old on March 6, played in 25 games with Baltimore Crystal Palace last season. In 2009, he donned the uniform of the Cleveland City Stars, also in second division. He played his first professional game on May 30, 2009, against Charleston.

He has also worn the colours of the Chicago Fire Premier, in 2006, the reserve team for the Chicago Fire (MLS). The goalkeeper, originally from Concord Township, Ohio, played his college career with Akron, from 2005 to 2008.

“Evan Bush is an excellent addition to our goalkeeper core,” said Matt Jordan, Impact director of soccer operations and former team goalkeeper from 2007 to 2010. He is a proven player in our league and from what he has shown us thus far, he will fit well into our team. Being in Montreal will provide him with a great opportunity to continue growing as a player.”

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THE IMPACT PLAYS ITS SECOND INTER-CLUB MATCH


MONTREAL – The Montreal Impact played a second pre-season inter-club match on Friday, at the Centre d'activités physiques et communautaires de l'Est, near Marie-Victorin College, in Montreal. The first team defeated the U21 Academy 2-1.

Forward Reda Agourram (1st minute) and midfielder Anthony Le Gall (65th minute) scored for the winning side, while midfielder Wandrille Lefebvre (54th minute) scored for the Impact’s reserve team.

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Joey Saputo: “I want to be vigilant as a viewer in order to dissect how the Whitecaps did things"


This extra attention can also explained by the fact that, unless one lives on Mars, all Quebecers know that the Impact will follow in the footsteps of the Whitecaps in one year and will then become the 19th MLS franchise and the third Canadian club to play in North America’s premiere league.

Therefore, all elements are in place for members of the Montreal Impact to feel keyed up for the clash between the Reds and the Caps, whether they be the owner, the executive vice president, the director of soccer operations, an assistant coach or a player.

President Joey Saputo is also excited to watch the historical duel between Vancouver and Toronto.

“I want to be vigilant as a viewer in order to dissect the differences between how the Whitecaps did things as members of the second division and how they went about creating the best first impression for their fans now that they are in a new league and a new stadium."

Dissecting the "show" in a visual sense is one thing, but practically, administrative issues will also be a focal point when Joey Saputo watches the game.

"As we will want to do better next year than what has been done in the past, I'll pay attention to many details,” he says. “For example, how will the Whitecaps engage their new fans, their 15,000 season ticket holders, in order to encourage them to return? How will they give visibility to their business partners?"

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PRESEASON FRIENDLIES


BROSSARD – The Montreal Impact lost 2-1 to McGill University in its second-to-last game of its preseason camp, Friday, at the Bell Sports Complex in Brossard.

Midfielder Luke Kreamalmeyer scored the lone goal for the Impact in the 80th minute on a penalty, following a foul committed on Anthony Le Gall in the 18-yard box. Kreamalmeyer fired shot in the upper left corner, leaving no chance for the McGill goalkeeper.

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BROSSARD – In the last pre-season match of its training camp, the Montreal Impact signed a 7-0 shutout win against a selection of university players, Sunday afternoon, at the Bell Sports Complex, in Brossard.

Forward Pierre-Rudolph Mayard scored three goals (11th, 40th and 51st minute), while striker Ali Gerba tallied five points, two goals (65th and 87th minute) and three assists. Midfielders Luke Kreamalmeyer (19th) and Anthony Le Gall (39th) also scored for the Impact in that victory.

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CLAUDE PINARD JOINS THE IMPACT AND SAPUTO STADIUM


MONTREAL – The Montreal Impact announced Monday the hiring of Claude Pinard as the Chief business officer of the Montreal Impact and Saputo Stadium.

Claude Pinard, who has been working as a consultant within the organization since January, is officially on board with the club since April 1, 2011. He will oversee all of the team’s ticket sales, corporate partnerships, television broadcasting rights, marketing and merchandising.

“I’m very pleased to be joining the Montreal Impact with less than a year to go before the club’s ascension into Major League Soccer (MLS),” said Claude Pinard. “It’s an exciting and historic time for Montreal and for soccer in Quebec. I’ve always been involved in sports and truly believe in the fundamental values. This is an extraordinary opportunity for me.”

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MONTREAL – With its 2012 Major League Soccer (MLS) debut quickly approaching, the Montreal Impact have teamed up with Sid Lee to draw up a game plan that will hit home with Quebecers and highlight the importance of this new chapter for the club.

Sid Lee will provide the Impact with marketing/communication services and will develop its brand strategy.

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We are a multidisciplinary creative team of 450 artisans of many persuasions. We work globally for top-tier clients from our Montreal, Amsterdam, Paris and Toronto ateliers. We are people passionate about embedding brands, products, spaces and services with meaning and resonance.

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IMPACT 0:1 TAMPA BAY


ST. PETERSBURG – The Montreal Impact (0-1-0) kicked off the 18th season in club history with a 1-0 loss versus FC Tampa Bay (1-0-0), Saturday, at Al Lang Stadium, in St. Petersburg, Florida.

Midfielder Takuya Yamada scored the game-winning goal for FC Tampa Bay in the 87th minute of play. Yamada beat goalkeeper Bill Gaudette with a shot from about 30 metres.

“We played the kind of match we needed to play on the road," said Impact head coach Marc Dos Santos. “We created a number of chances for ourselves, but their goalkeeper made at least three key saves. It’s unfortunate because we deserved at least a point tonight.”

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IMPACT 1 CAROLINA 2

CARY, North Carolina - The Montreal Impact (0-2-0) lost 2-1 against the Carolina RailHawks (1-1-0) on Saturday night at WakeMed Soccer Park, in Cary, North Carolina.

Kevin Hatchi (11th minute) scored the only goal for the Impact, while Étienne Barbara (22nd minute) and Pablo Campos (35th minute) scored for Carolina.

The Impact opened the scoring at the 11th minute. Following a corner from Philippe Billy, defender Zurab Tsiskaridze took a low shot from 20 meters, and defender Kevin Hatchi tipped the ball, as he was standing close to RailHawks goalkeeper Brad Knighton. Hatchi was playing his first career game with the Impact.

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EDUARDO SEBRANGO ANNOUNCES HIS RETIREMENT


MONTREAL - Forward Eduardo Sebrango announced his retirement, Monday at Saputo Stadium, following a 12-year career, six of which were played with the Montreal Impact.

Sebrango, a Canadian originally from Cuba, who turned 38 on April 13, wore the Impact colours from 2002 to 2005, and then again in 2009 and 2010. He scored 45 goals and added 10 assists for 100 points in 136 regular season games, 104 of those games as a starter, for a total of 9,440 minutes played. Sebrango finished his career in Montreal as the club's second all-time leading scorer, behind Mauro Biello.

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Sebrango has also donned the uniform of the Vancouver Whitecaps in 1999, and then from 2006 to 2008. He also played for Rochester in 2000 and Hershey in 2001. Sebrango finished his career as the second all-time leading scorer in the American second division with a total of 98 goals and 30 assists for a total of 226 points in 257 career games for a total of 17,659 minutes played.

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FC Tampa Bay Earns Scoreless Draw at Montreal


FC Tampa Bay earned a well-deserved point Saturday afternoon as it played to a 0-0 draw against Montreal at Saputo Stadium.

"Hopefully the players will take some real confidence from this," said head coach Ricky Hill. "As far as momentum and belief for our team, for us to come here and really keep possession well and give them very few opportunities, was very heartening."

"I think because of the conditions and the wind, I implored the guys to keep the ball on the ground as much as possible," said Hill. "I am very pleased that the guys trusted each other and did an excellent job sharing the ball, but I was disappointed that we didn't create more cleaner opportunities up top."

GK Daryl Sattler made several key saves throughout the game, including a stop on Montreal F Idriss Ech Chergui in the 37th minute on a shot from outside the area. Sattler and the FC Tampa Bay defense posted its second shutout in three games thus far in 2011.

"The foundation of any good side is to have a solid defense," said Hill. "Defending is a team game and the entire team played a large part in keeping a clean sheet today. And offensively, we are still working to convert our opportunites more often and frequently."

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TOP 5 - MOST MEMORABLE HOME OPENERS


From Tampa Bay in 1993 to Tampa Bay in 2011, here’s a look back at five of the most memorable home openers the Impact has had over the years.

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IMPACT 5 EDMONTON 0

PRESS RELEASE: May 1, 2011

EDMONTON, Alberta - The Montreal Impact registered its first win of the season, on Sunday, by a 5-0 score against FC Edmonton, at Foote Field, in Edmonton.

Striker Ali Gerba scored twice (9th and 36th minute), midfielder Anthony Le Gall (31st minute), team captain Nevio Pizzolitto (PK, 86th) and newcomer Idriss Ech Chergui (90th) scored the five goals for the Impact.


ALI GERBA AND BILL GAUDETTE NAMED NASL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

MONTREAL – Forward Ali Gerba and goalkeeper Bill Gaudette were both named on Monday Players of the Week in the North American Soccer League (NASL), following the Impact 5-0 shutout win on Sunday night in Edmonton.

Gerba was named Offensive Player of the Week after scoring two goals against FC Edmonton. The Impact striker registered his first two goals of the season in the first half. He scored more than one goal in a regular season game for the 7th time of his career and reached the 50-point mark, now ranking 7th in all-time leading scorers in team history.

Gaudette earned the Defensive Player of the Week honour after recording his second shutout of the season. He made seven saves and faced 11 shots versus FC Edmonton. The Impact has not allowed a goal in the last 235 minutes of regular season play.

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