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Fury Sign Canadian International Centre-Back David Edgar Ahead of Crucial Stretch

Fury Sign Canadian International Centre-Back David Edgar Ahead of Crucial Stretch

PHOTO: Canada Soccer By Théo Gauthier @OwnGoalTheo On Wednesday, the Ottawa Fury announced the signing of Canadian international David Edgar Edgar—not to be confused with sunglass-clad Dutchman Edgar Davids—has featured 42 times for Canada in a career that has seen him play at club-level with Huddersfield Town, Birmingham City, Newcastle United, Sheffield United and Burnley FC. In North America, the 31-year-old saw some time with the Vancouver Whitecaps and Nashville SC. Edgar burst onto the English scene for the Geordies…

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Fury Release Canadian Kyle Porter; Expect More Changes

Fury Release Canadian Kyle Porter; Expect More Changes

PHOTO: Ottawa Fury By Théo Gauthier @Mimglow On Saturday morning, the Ottawa Fury released Canadian international Kyle Porter. The roster move marks the end of Porter’s second stint with the Fury. The Toronto-born winger was first signed to the Fury by Paul Dalglish for the 2016 season. After appearing 15 times for the club, he was released and signed by the Tampa Bay Rowdies in 2017. Last winter, Fury General Manager Julian de Guzman brought Porter back, but the Mississauga Falcons…

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Proof of Concept: How Ottawa Fury FC Is Answering Those Who Would Doubt Canada

Proof of Concept: How Ottawa Fury FC Is Answering Those Who Would Doubt Canada

PHOTO: Steve Kingsman/Freestyle Photography/Ottawa Fury FC By Théo Gauthier @Mimglow In the Age of Social Media, what if you came up with an idea so grand in its ambition that it would be near-impossible to distil into tweet-sized bites? What if you tried to convince Canadians that their professional soccer players were good enough to warrant their attention? It might be a uniquely Canadian question, but two soccer trailblazers are attempting to move that needle in the National Capital Region. ____________…

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Ottawa Fury FC names Julian de Guzman 2nd Captain in Club History

Ottawa Fury FC names Julian de Guzman 2nd Captain in Club History

Well, this shouldn’t come as a surprise to many Ottawa Fury FC fans. After all, most believed that the captain’s armband would go to either de Guzman or GK Romuald Peiser, the two most veteran players on this year’s squad. The announcement, per OttawaFuryFC.com, is another feather in the cap of de Guzman’s already illustrious soccer career; he spent 3 seasons in the German 1st division (Bundesliga) from 2000-2005, and he was the first Canadian to play in in the Spanish…

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