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Old 05-10-2011, 05:21 PM   #31 (permalink)
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Montreal Impact Matchday

Live webstream of friendly to begin at 7:00 PM ET


The Red Bulls head north of the border to take on the Montreal Impact in a friendly at Montreal’s Saputo Stadium on Wednesday night. The match kicks off at 7:30 PM ET, but you can follow all the action right here via live stream courtesy of Montreal Impact. Impact announcer Brian Wilde will handle the play-by-play, and Noel Butler will provide expert analysis. The stream will begin 30 minutes prior to kickoff with a pre-game show. A post-game show will begin at the conclusion of the friendly

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NEW YORK 0 IMPACT 1


MONTREAL – The Montreal Impact shut out the New York Red Bulls, a Major League Soccer club, 1-0 on Wednesday in front of 12,568 fans at Saputo Stadium.

Standing in the 18-yard box, striker Ali Gerba scored the only goal of the game at the 37th minute, when he deflected with his head a long cross from defender Philippe Billy, beating former Impact goalkeeper Greg Sutton, who played the full game for New York.

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The Montreal Impact’s reserve team played its first game of the 2011 season on May 6. However, the players have been training all winter with one objective in mind: continue their development in order to become a professional one day.

Working with each of them daily, U21 Academy head coach Philippe Eullaffroy noticed, in just one year, that many young players have realized that their dream could become reality.

After existing for a few years as

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the team was repatriated to Montreal for the start of the 2010 season. This decision turned out to be a judicious one as the proximity to the big club helped the players realize how close they were to their dream. “The young players become more conscious of the fact that they would be given an opportunity to play with the big club,” said Philippe Eullaffroy. “This idea was reinforced because some of them practiced with the Impact at the start of the season, and some were even added to the game sheet for the team’s first game.” Proof in the pudding: while in Tampa Bay for the team’s season-opener on April 9, Mircea Ilcu made an appearance in the game, while Kevin Luarca, Amine Meftouh and Karl Ouimette were on the bench. Reserve team players regularly practice with the first team with head coach Marc Dos Santos at the helm.

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IMFC Reserve Team (U-21)

Three players are from the 2010 Montreal Impact lineup––forward Reda Agourram, midfielder Pierre-Rudolph Mayard and goalkeeper Andrei Badescu––played for the Academy before joining the first team.
In 2010, goalkeeper Dominique Provost, defender Bonheur Aubey and midfielders Kevin Cossette and Bastien Bourgault were called up for matches with the first team, while several other U-21’s took part in training sessions with the first team.


This is the last rung of the Academy ladder, the final step before signing with the Pros. The U21’s play in the Canadian Soccer League (http://canadiansoccerleague.ca), which is Canada’s only professional league sanctioned by the Canada Soccer Association. In 2010, the league featured 13 clubs, in most part based in the Greater Toronto Area. The top eight teams in the standings advance to the playoffs. The U-21 team plays its home games at Saputo Stadium.

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U21 ACADEMY PLAYS ITS HOME OPENER ON SATURDAY


MONTREAL - The Montreal Impact U21 Academy (2-2-0) will play its second ever home opener on Saturday, May 21, at 5pm.
The team will face Toronto Croatia (0-1-0) at the Marie-Victorin Sports Complex. Tickets for the game are only $2.

The U21 Academy, with one third of the squad made up of new, younger players, is actually in first place in the Canadian Soccer League with 6 points, but with more games played than the other teams.

The team opened the season on May 6 against the Toronto FC Academy, falling by a score of 3-1. Serge Dinkota scored the lone goal for the Academy. Then, on the following day, the team won its first game of the season 2-0 against the Windsor Stars. Forwards Michelot Hyacinthe and Felix Cardin scored the Academy’s two goals, while Dominic Provost earned the shutout.

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ALI GERBA SELECTED BY NATIONAL TEAM


MONTREAL – Montreal Impact striker Ali Gerba has been selected by the Canadian National Team to play in the 11th edition of the CONCACAF Gold Cup, from June 5 to June 25, in the United States.

“This is a huge honour for me,” said Gerba. “I can’t wait to represent my country in this important championship. I hope to play well and help the national team win.”

Gerba will participate in his third Gold Cup after suiting up for Canada in 2007 and 2009. He is the country's all-time leading scorer in this tournament with six goals. Along Dwayne De Rosario, he is also the country's active leading goal scorer in international matches, with 15 goals, currently in fourth place on the all-time list

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TORONTO CROATIA 1
IMFC U21 ACADEMY 1



MONTREAL – The Montreal Impact U21 Academy (2-2-1) and Toronto Croatia (0-1-1) tied 1-1, Saturday afternoon, at Marie-Victorin Sports Complex, in the home opener of the Impact reserve team.

“The result reflects the match,” said U21 Academy head coach Philipppe Eullaffroy. “We played against a strong team, the best we have met so far this season. We played well collectively but we lacked fluidity in our passing game. The players responded well to the physical challenge and I think it’s the greatest satisfaction today.”

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GOLD CUP: ALI GERBA AIMING FOR THE FINAL

A VERY TECHNICAL TEAM

While in the US with the national team, Gerba will be out of the Impact’s line-up. In his goal of helping the team, he plans to use this experience to return as a better player. “You want to do everything you can for your team, but you sometimes need to look long-term. When I come back, I’ll bring with me something positive, which will help the club and me.”

In the meantime, all his focus is on the Canadian team, a team he feels is being underestimated. “We have a very talented group. Just because we are Canadians, many of our players don’t get the respect they deserve for their skill. We have a lot of elements on this team with good vision, impressive playing skills that should leave us confident against these other teams. We have a very technical team with players who have not trouble holding on to the ball. For once that we have these traits on this team, where our previous playing style involved the long ball, we have to appreciate its true value.”

Canada is set to face off against the USA, while Panama meets Guadalupe in the first round of the group stage. The US is the groups' favourite while prognosticators see the Antilles nation finishing fourth. Looking at the FIFA rankings, that should make up for an interesting fight between Panama (67th) and Canada (76th). “These are teams that we face pretty often, especially the US. These are adversaries that we could face along the way to the World Cup. This will be a good way of measuring our level and to see what we need to work on as well.”

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THE IMPACT AND THE GOLD CUP


The Impact has been regularly represented at the national level and in the Gold Cup. In 2005, half the team of the national side was made up of Impact players selected by Frank Yallop, including Greg Sutton, Adam Braz, Gabriel Gervais, Sandro Grande, Patrick Leduc and Ali Gerba. During the tournament, the team put a call in to Antonio Ribeiro as well, while Nevio Pizzolitto was part of the pre-selection process, but did not make the final 18. Félix Brillant, who played with the Impact later on, was also part of the pre-selection camp. Quebec-born players Patrice Bernier and Olivier Occéan were also part of the squad. This year, striker Ali Gerba is representing the Impact at the tournament, while two former members of the club are also participating in Andrew Olivieri (goalkeepers coach) and Mike Moretto (team manager).

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Montreal Impact 2 FC Edmonton 0


The Montreal Impact shut out FC Edmonton by a 2-0 score, Saturday, at Saputo Stadium. Mignane Diouf (34th) and Philippe Billy (83rd) scored, while goalkeeper Bill Gaudette registered his fourth shutout of the season. “We can say mission accomplished today," said Impact head coach Marc Dos Santos. "We showed a lot of character and had a very good possession of the ball. We played better than in the 5-0 win in Edmonton. We could have scored more than two goals, but the important for us right now are the three points. We’ve already started our preparation for our matchup against Atlanta.”


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BRAMPTON UNITED 0
U21 IMPACT 3


MONTREAL – The Montreal Impact U21 team (3-2-1) shut out Brampton City United (1-3-0) 3-0, Sunday afternoon, at the Marie-Victorin Sports Complex. Wandrille Lefevre scored twice and added an assist on Kevin Luarca’s goal, while goalkeeper Maxime Crépeau registered the shutout.

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THE IMPACT UNVEILS SEASON TICKET PRICES FOR MLS 2012


PRESS RELEASE: June 6, 2011

MONTREAL – With less than 40 weeks from its entry in Major League Soccer, the Montreal Impact unveiled on Monday the price structure for its season tickets, as well as the timeline of on sale dates, for its inaugural season in MLS.
As announced on March 9, season ticket prices will remain affordable in 2012. Prices will range between $250 and $1,250, in comparison to the current prices ranging from $160 to $1,400.

Season ticket packages in 2012 will be available in five categories, $250, $350, $550, $850 and $1,250. Tickets in the south-east section, the new “family zone”, are available on a per game basis only.

All season ticket holders in 2011 have been given automatic priority for renewal in 2012.

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IMPACT 1
PUERTO RICO 2



BAYAMON, Puerto Rico – The Montreal Impact lost 2-1 against the Puerto Rico Islanders, on Sunday, at Juan Ramon Loubriel Stadium, in Bayamon.

The three goals were scored in less than 15 minutes during the first half.

The Islanders opened the scoring at the 24th minute on a goal from midfielder Aaron Pitchkolan. Following a corner kick deflected in front of the net, Pitchkolan scored in an empty net.

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WINDSOR 0
IMPACT U21 5



MONTREAL – The Montreal Impact U21 team (4-2-1) shut out the Windsor Stars (1-6-0) 5-0, Saturday afternoon, at Saputo Stadium.

The Impact U21 will play its next match versus the Capital City FC on Sunday, June 19 at 1pm at the Marie-Victorin Sports Complex.

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BMO BECOMES THE PRESENTING PARTNER OF THE MONTREAL IMPACT


PRESS RELEASE: June 14, 2011

MONTREAL – The Montreal Impact and BMO, the Bank of Soccer in Canada, announced Tuesday the signing of a five-year sponsorship agreement by which BMO will become the Impact’s lead sponsor when the team enters Major League Soccer (MLS) in 2012.

The new partnership confirms the two organizations shared passion for soccer and strengthens BMO’s ongoing support for the sport and its fans at both the amateur and professional levels.

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