- Sierra Leone’s John Tyre is relishing this weekend Championship semi-final showdown with Kingsman A in the Canadian Soccer League.
- Tyre’s Scarborough will be playing their third consecutive championship semi-finals. Victory will see them reach their third final consecutively.
- Last weekend Scarborough defeated CSC Mississauga 2-1 in overtime while Kingsman A eliminated FC Vorkuta in a penalty kick decider in the opening quarterfinal games for the Canadian Soccer League.
Scarborough and Kingsman A encounter has been described as a highly attractive tough match at the Birchmount Stadium. Keeper John Tyre will have to be at his best for Scarborough if they are to reach their third final in a row.
“I am looking forward to a great semi-final tie against a tough side Kingsman A. It’s going to be a tough game but everyone at the club in high spirits, Tyre told FLS News.
“This is our third semi-finals since I joined the club, and hopefully we make it third final fingers cross.”
“Our strength of unity, that togetherness has been positive. I and the lads excited ahead of this game. We are ready to give our best, play football in such good spirits.”
CSL CHAMPIONSHIP – Semifinals (First Division teams)
Saturday, Oct 19 Birchmount Stadium – Scarborough SC vs Kingsman A
Sunday, Oct 20 Centennial Stadium – FC Ukraine United vs SC Waterloo
CSL Championship – Quarterfinals Recap:
FC Vorkuta 2, Kingsman A 2 (after extra time) Kingsman wins 4-2 on penalty kicks
Scarborough SC 2, CSC Mississauga 1 (after extra time)
SC Waterloo 1, Serbian White Eagles 1 (after extra time) Waterloo wins 5-4 on penalty kicks
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