Our regular columnists are great volunteers who love soccer. They come from all walks of life, including some who work in the soccer industry, students, business authors, and even retirees. With a wide range of age and experiences, there’s a lot of different viewpoints on Canada’s teams and the development of Canada’s soccer leagues. We’re always looking for additional columnists and guest correspondents to join the team.
Our regular columnists for 2018 are:
Senior ColumnistKevin is a final year medical student with a love for the beautiful game. His main distraction from the world of medicine is reading and writing about Canadian soccer, primarily the yet to be launched Canadian Premier League.
Ambitions include living long enough to see Canada in the World Cup.
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Senior ColumnistDan joins us to finally get involved in doing something about the sport he loves.
Born in England he has played and followed the game his whole life.After moving to Toronto in 2014, he immediately began to learn about the local soccer scene and is passionate about the development of the sport in the country.
However, he can still be found cheering on his beloved West Ham each weekend morning at the Dog and Bear pub.
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Jacob is a first-year political science major at the University of Victoria, but he is also setting his sights towards a minor in journalism.
He joined Northern Starting Eleven to combine his passions of soccer and journalism and to help promote and grow the sport in Canada. NSXI gives him the opportunity to refine and grow his writing skills, while also growing his love of the beautiful game.
When he’s not studying, Jacob can usually be found watching soccer, whether he is supporting Vancouver Whitecaps FC from across the Georgia Strait or at Centennial Stadium cheering on the UVic Vikes.
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|Guillermo Del Quarto
Guillermo Quarto hails from the wilderness city, Whitehorse, Yukon – In Canada’s great white north. He is heavily involved with his hometown club of Whitehorse FC, as well as the world-renowned Yukon Soccer Metro League.
Guillermo is an amateur artist hoping to leave his mark on the tapestry that is Canadian Soccer.
He spends his summers in Edmonton, Alberta with his lovely wife, is an active Voyageur, and FC Edmonton Supporter.
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