EODSA Participants included Donia Torabi (lead instructor),
and attendees Alex Blower & Emilie Miller.
...“Events like this create bonds, friendships, trust and relationships that help all stakeholders. It helps the referees, the instructors, and the organizers to understand one another and find ways to help each other grow for bettering us and for bettering the game,” Torabi added. “I strongly believe that events like this provide great opportunities for instructors, especially female instructors. Similar to referees, instructors need to practice regularly and put their skills to use. Only then we can improve and grow.”...
Find the full article on the Ontario Soccer website.
Samuel Charron has been named Canada Soccer’s 2023 Para Soccer Player of the Year as selected by the National Team Program. This marks the fourth time that the Canadian captain has been named the Para Soccer Player of the Year.
Samuel Charron scored his milestone 50th international goal for Canada in 2023 and he led the nation in goalscoring for the seventh time in his career. He was limited to just four matches at the Parapanamerican Games in Santiago, Chile, but he still scored three goals and one assist. Canada’s captain now has 51 career goals in 60 seven-a-side international matches. In club football, Charron moved overseas and played eleven-a-side football with Westside Strikers FC in the Australian State League.
Reposted from: CanadaSoccer.com