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Name: Mahbuba
Question: Hi I like the cpsl and I'm a fan of it can you tell how you get chosen to play like do you have to the processhouse league allstars rep and etc. Or do you just go try out
You may contact the various CPSL clubs that you are interested in playing for and ask for a tryout. Otherwise, you can contact the CPSL office at 905-856-5439 and they will distribute your contact info and playing history to all the clubs to see who is interested. Finally, you can play for any one of the many youth teams that are affiliated with the CPSL Clubs. If you have the talent, you will be able to move up to the CPSL team any time and as often as possible without any hassles, but at the same time, you would still belong to the youth team. I hope my answer helps you. Yours sincerely, Vincent Ursini

Name: Gloria
Question: The expansion of the CPSL over the past year has proved that soccer is becoming more popular in Canada. It is great that we have such a great program for these young men that have such talent. Since the men have done so well, I was wondering if there will be any womens teams opening up in the CPSL?
Thank you for your question Gloria. Luis Rancagua asked a similar question earlier this week, so for those of you that have seen my previous response, please forgive the repetition. This was my previous answer: "The CPSL is very interested in Launching a W-CPSL. The current owners are not only prepared to field teams for a Woman's Professional League in 2003, the CPSL is prepared to invest money and time/effort to get the Woman's league launched. Unfortunately the structuring of a Women's League is much more difficult and requires a great amount of input at all levels of the women's game. This step must be taken with the co-operation and input from the women's senior amateur leagues and the various governing bodies. The current senior women's league would most likely be a primary source of players for the professional women's league and it is important to protect the stability of the senior amateur leagues. There are meetings that are just being planned for the various groups that have an interest or that may be affected by a new women's professioanl league. I believe that we could have the new league launched by 2004. On a preliminary basis, it looks like a Quebec-Ontario conference of 6 teams could be form. Once again this is a very, very preliminary start to the planned league. In addition, the Pacific Coast League also has a very strong senior amateur women's league. In Ontario, the Ontario Women's Soccer League has been in existence for over 27 years. In closing, the teams are ready to go, its just the structure and policies that must be properly established to avoid causing any problems to the existing senior women's game. I truly hope we can get the women's professional league going as soon as possible. Many believe it will be more successful than the men's League." Yours sincerely, Vincent Ursini

Name: doug courtemanche
Question: the last time i looked for grant needham he was playing for the montreal impact.... where is he playing now....
We're tracking him down. Check back with us in the next few days. Yours sincerely, Vincent Ursini

Name: Massud Ebady
Question: HI I love your website it's eyecatching I wanna ask two questions the first is how do you enter the CPSL and my second question is the salary gonna get higher than it is right now
Thank you for your comments. I do not know if your first question relates to teams or players entering the league. My answer to the previous writer answered the question as it relates to Players. Just to add one little bit of information, the CPSL teams have affiliation agreements with youth clubs within their franchise territory. An amateur player on a youth club can play however often and whenever for the affiliated CPSL club without any limitation or red tape. This allows easy access for talented youths to play in the CPSL. With regards to teams wishing to enter the CPSL, they must contact our office and request a membership application package for an area that does not contain a CPSL Franchise. They can then submit their application and fees to the League and the Leagues owners will then decide whether the application to be accepted. Our goal is to increase players' salaries so that they can train and play on a full time basis. This is the only way our elite players can keep up and compete on the world stage. In all the other great soccer countries, at 15 years of age, the players are practicing or playing five or six times a week in structured club programs. Keep your eyes posted in the coming weeks as news will break on the Boomerang card and the funding it will provide for professional and amateur soccer in Canada. By the way, any player that wants to make it to the big times in soccer should do a lot of additional training on his/her own even if their team practices/plays five or six times a week. It is often said that success is 90% perspiration and 10 % inspiration. Yours sincerely, Vincent Ursini

Name: sohal
Question: Hi congrats to your website i wanna know how old you have to be to join the CPSL
There is no age restriction to play in the CPSL. Last year, Anthony Vassalo got a little playing time with London City. I believe he was 14 at the time. This year at 15, he is seeing more action. Tyler Hemming was a starter with London City last year (age 15) and subsequently became property of Grimsby in the UK. Having the necessary talent/potential is your ticket to enter the CPSL. Good luck at getting into the League and please let us know if we can be of assistance. Yours sincerely, Vincent Ursini

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Ottawa Wizards
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