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Old 07-23-2011, 06:02 PM   #61 (permalink)
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RYAN PORE JOINS THE IMPACT

PRESS RELEASE: July 22, 2011

MONTREAL – The Montreal Impact announced on Friday that forward/offensive midfielder Ryan Pore has joined the team for the remainder of the season, on loan from the Portland Timbers (MLS).

Pore, 27, played eight games, including two starts, with the Portland Timbers in 2011 in Major League Soccer.

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SERBIAN WHITE EAGLES 0
IMPACT U21 3


PRESS RELEASE: July 23, 2011

MONTREAL - The Montreal Impact U21 (9-3-3) shut out the Serbian White Eagles (5-2-4) 3-0, Saturday afternoon, at Saputo Stadium, in Montreal. The Impact U21 remains in first place in the overall standings of the Canadian Soccer League (CSL).

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DEFENDER CAMERON KNOWLES JOINS THE IMPACT


MONTREAL – The Montreal Impact announced on Tuesday that central defender Cameron Knowles has joined the team for the remainder of the season, following a two-week trial in Montreal.

Knowles, 28, played 77 games with the Portland Timbers in North American second division between 2007 and 2010. He was one of three finalists for the Defender of the Year award and was named to the All-League First Team in 2007, then to the All-League Second Team in 2008 and 2009. He also helped the Timbers win the playoff championship in 2009. A native of Auckland, in New Zealand, Knowles did not play much in the last two seasons after fracturing his shinbone, on Aug. 12, 2009, at Saputo Stadium.

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UPDATE ON THE TECHNICAL PLAN FOR MLS 2012

  • The team’s number one priority for the moment remains the hiring of a new head coach. Nick De Santis said clearly, “Starting from the time that we hire a new head coach, the final processes for player recruitment and the evaluation of technical personnel and the team will be in full motion. We want to make sure that everyone from the technical team is on the same page.”

  • Two days following the presentation of the MLS Cup, the Montreal Impact will hold an expansion draft. Each team from the MLS will have to present a list of 11 protected players. The Impact will be allowed to pick a total of 10 players from unprotected lists of the 18 other teams in the league. De Santis and Jordan have watched many MLS games and have made weekly reports in preparation for the draft.

  • The 2012 MLS SuperDraft of college players, set for Kansas City in January 2012, will see the Impact make the first overall pick, as well as the first pick in each of the following rounds.

  • The salary cap is expected to be $2.81 million for next season. The team will be made up of 30 players. The salary cap covers the first 20 players, and the remaining 10 are considered part of the reserve-team. The Impact could negotiate with players and agents, but all contracts must be signed through the MLS league office

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SC TORONTO 4
IMPACT U21 0


MONTREAL - The Montreal Impact U21 (9-4-3) lost 4-0 against SC Toronto (9-1-1), Saturday afternoon, at Marie-Victorin Sports Complex.

SC Toronto midfielder Carlos Nogueira opened the scoring at the 5th minute. Nogueira beat Impact goalkeeper Dominic Provost with a low shot to his left.

Forward Alexandros Halis (61st minute) and midfielder Jarek Whiteman (78th & 88th minute) also scored for SC Toronto during the second half.

Impact U21 head coach Philippe Eullaffroy was serving a one-game suspension, after being ejected during the last game on July 23.

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Montreal ramping up fast for jump to MLS next season
Despite stadium delay, Impact execs working tirelessly to prepare



MONTREAL — The Montreal Impact are gearing up for a busy eight months as they prepare for their inaugural season in Major League Soccer next spring. Since the official announcement in May 2010, a lot has changed both on the field and inside the Saputo Stadium offices.

Prior to the team’s series of five consecutive home games, executive vice president Richard Legendre and chief business officer Claude Pinard discussed the club’s progress as they make their way up and forward toward MLS.

Along with members of the club’s administration, Legendre and Pinard have visited more than 10 teams across the league in the past 14 months and have been humbled by the overall reception.

“They’re genuinely happy to see us join their ranks,” Legendre told MLSsoccer.com. “We’re partners in the same league, and competitors on the field, which is definitely benefiting the newer organizations that joined the league in the past three years

Next up for the Impact will be Saturday's unveiling of the club's official logo for the 2012 season.

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MIDFIELDER SINISA UBIPARIPOVIC JOINS THE IMPACT


MONTREAL – The Montreal Impact announced Tuesday that midfielder Sinisa Ubiparipovic has joined the club for the remainder of the 2011 season, following a one-week trial. The signing is pending his international transfer.

Ubiparipovic, who will turn 28 on August 25, was born in Bosnia. He played with the New York Red Bulls of Major League Soccer, from 2007 to 2010. Ubiparipovic played 69 regular season games with the Red Bulls. In 2008, he helped New York reach the MLS Cup final after starting all four playoff games with the team that year.

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Montreal Impact to unveil new MLS crest on Saturday
Expansion side set to reveal logo at halftime of NASL game



The new crest, which the team will use for its 2012 inaugural season in Major League Soccer, will be unveiled officially on Saturday at Saputo Stadium at halftime of the Impact's NASL game against the NSC Minnesota Stars (8 pm ET). As expected, both Pinard and executive VP Richard Legendre had very few comments to make, but were able to give a very small two-word description: "new and traditional."

In the meantime, the club has begun a series of small activities leading up to the logo presentation. Academy players and freestylers have been seen across the city, handing out tickets for the game on Saturday

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THE MONTREAL IMPACT UNVEILS ITS NEW LOGO

MONTREAL – The Montreal Impact unveiled its new logo, Saturday at Saputo Stadium, making another step towards its entry into Major League Soccer (MLS) in 2012.

Eight elements form the new Montreal Impact logo:

Blue: The team’s predominant colour since its inaugural season in 1993. Refers to the colour of the provincial flag and represents Quebec. It also represents the Saint-Lawrence River, surrounding the island of Montreal.

Four stars: The four stars represent the four original settlers of Montreal as illustrated on the flag of the city: the French, the English, the Irish and the Scots.

Fleur de lys: The official emblem of Quebec found on the provincial flag and historically a symbol of the French monarchy. The fleur de lys was also used by explorer Jacques Cartier when he first sailed to America in 1534. It represents the unique francophone character of the province.

Black and blue stripes: The black and blue stripes refer to the club’s first years, especially the year the club won its first championship in 1994.

Scarf and upward slant in the team’s name: The scarf with the club’s name represents our supporters. The upward slant symbolizes the team’s steady growth and progression over the years, and its evolution in Major League Soccer. It is also a symbol of continuity, as it hints back to the Montreal Impact’s inaugural logo in 1993, as well as the 2002 version that had a predominantly upward slant.

Tous pour gagner: The team’s new motto which refers to the importance of unity for victory. Also reminds us that the club is the sum of relentless efforts from players, staff, partners and supporters who make this organization a great success.

The shield: The traditional shield shape of the logo is consistent with the shape of soccer logos around the world. It is also a derivative of the City of Montreal’s shield.

Silver: The silver used in the logo represents the silver background used in Montreal’s coat of arms

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Coaching carousel spins in Canada
Marsch the frontrunner in Montreal



Oh la la! The rumors are flying (presumably on Air Canada) about whose name will come up when the Montreal Impact name their first MLS coach on Wednesday.

The frontrunner, according to The Washington Post’s Steven Goff, is former Chivas USA and Chicago Fire star Jesse Marsch, who is reportedly a friend of Matt Jordan, the former MLS goalkeeper who is now director of soccer operations for the Impact.

This Radio Canada report (FRENCH) mentions several other candidates for the Impact job, including Columbus TD Brian Bliss and Puerto Rico Islanders coach Colin Clarke. But the report’s top choice is Colorado technical director Paul Bravo, something the Rapids categorically deny

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Longtime MLS star Marsch named Montreal Impact coach for 2012
Former US asst. officially named manager of expansion Impact



MONTREAL — The Montreal Impact made it official on Wednesday. After several days of reports and rumors, the club presented former MLS original Jesse Marsch as their head coach when the team joins the MLS next season.

Club president Joey Saputo introduced Marsch as a real competitor and a true winner.

"Jesse Marsch is a hard-working coach, who will bring passion and energy to our club," Saputo said. "He has the knowledge and experience having worked at the highest level in North America."

The new head coach introduced himself in French, before switching to his native English.


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TAMPA BAY 3
MTL IMPACT 3


MONTREAL – The Montreal Impact tied FC Tampa Bay 3-3, Wednesday night, at Saputo Stadium.

Striker Eduardo Sebrango (46th and 75th) scored two goals in the second half, his 49th and 50th career goals with the Impact. Midfielder Ian Westlake scored his second goal in as many games (54th minute) and forward Ali Gerba tied a team record with three assists.

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ATLANTA 0
IMPACT 4


PRESS RELEASE: August 14, 2011

MONTREAL - After 45 minutes of play at Saputo Stadium, the Impact leads 3-0 against the Atlanta Silverbacks.
The Impact quickly took the lead at the 3rd when forward Mircea Ilcu scored his first career goal on his first career start with the pro team in NASL. After receiving a long pass from Ryan Pore, Ilcu ran on a few meters, dribbled past defender Patrick Robertson and beat Atlanta goalkeeper Jimmy Maurer with a low shot to his right.

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Sounders loan Miguel Montaño to Montreal Impact
20-year-old Colombian winger moves to 2012 expansion side



Seattle Sounders midfielder Miguel Montaño is finally going to get some playing time.

The club announced on Monday that it was loaning the 20-year-old Colombian winger to the Montreal Impact, who are wrapping up their final season in the second-division NASL before joining MLS as an expansion team next year.

In his second season with the Sounders, Montaño has only featured during 31 minutes in league play, though he registered a full 90 minutes in a June 28 third-round US Open Cup match against Kitsap Pumas.

The bulk of Montaño’s action this year has come in the MLS Reserve League, in which he has eight appearances and one goal.

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