Ottawa, Ontario Canada’s Women’s World Cup Team head coach Even Pellerud today released the names of 19 players selected for a 15-day training camp in Europe from June 5-20, 2001. During the camp, Canada will play four international friendlies against Sweden, Germany and Norway.
Ottawa, Ontario Canada’s Women’s World Cup Team head coach Even Pellerud today released the names of 19 players selected for a 15-day training camp in Europe from June 5-20, 2001. During the camp, Canada will play four international friendlies against Sweden, Germany and Norway. The squad begins its camp in Sweden where they will train for six days before traveling to Germany where they will train for seven days. Canada finishes the camp in Norway, home of head coach Even Pellerud.
Returning to the roster are Canadian players from the WUSA league. Amy Walsh, Charmaine Hooper, Sharolta Nonen, Karina LeBlanc and Silvana Burtini have all been released from their clubs in order to join the team in Germany. New to the roster is Under-20 team regular Wanda Rozwadowska. Rozwadowska replaces Marie-Claude Dion who suffered an injury during the Alliston training camp.
CANADA’S GAME SCHEDULE:
June 10 – Sweden vs. Canada (18:00 local time)
June 14 Germany vs. Canada (15:00 local time)
June 17 Germany vs. Canada (14:00 local time)
June 19 Norway vs. Canada (18:00 local time)
WOMEN’S WORLD CUP TEAM ROSTER FOR EUROPEAN TRAINING CAMP:
Even Pellerud -ttHead Coacht
Ian Bridge -ttAssistant Coach
Jerry Knutsson -ttGoalkeeper Coach/Equipment Manager –
Cathy Ayoub -ttTeam Managert
Erin Perry Jackson -ttAthletic Therapist
Dr. Renata Frankowich -ttTeam Physician
Les Wilkinson – ttHead of Delegation
Canada Soccer outlines return to soccer guidelines. The return to soccer guidelines provide member organizations with a five-step process, including a checklist of weighted questions known as the Return to Soccer Assessment Tool.