“We have been consistent over the last three season. Unfortunately, we have not been able to lift the title,” John Trye told FSL News.

The experienced keeper added, “To win a Championship, you must show some amount of consistency. Since I joined Scarborough, we have played two finals, but no title.”

“Hopefully, this time we can go a step better if we make our third consecutive finals.”

Trye, who has been instrumental help Scarborough SC secured the runner-up position with a 2-1 victory over Serbian White Eagles in the only match played in the Canadian Soccer League on Sunday night.

They have one game remaining in the regular season, a visit to Esther Shiner Stadium to complete its regular season against FC Vorkuta on Saturday, September 28.

Vorkuta and Scarborough are the two most successful teams as they have occupied the top two positions in the First Division for most of the regular season.

Vorkuta and Scarborough will enter the Canadian Soccer League Championship quarterfinals with home advantage during the weekend of October 11-13.

The quarterfinals will be followed by the semifinals during the weekend of October 18-20.

The CSL Championship Final will be played at Centennial Stadium in Etobicoke on Saturday, October 26.

Trye, 34, was the goalie for Sierra Leone when they lost to DR Congo 3-1 in their final Group D, African Cup of Nations qualifying match at the Stade Tata Raphaël in November 2014.

2019 CSL First Division Standings

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