The Canadian Football League has unveiled its East and West Division all-star selections for the second time on Wednesday evening after a tabulation error forced a retraction of the originally announced list.
19 changes were made from the retracted teams, 11 in the East Division and eight in the West Division. The Hamilton Tiger-Cats and Calgary Stampeders tied for the highest number of selections with 11 each.
A total of 40 American players were selected along with 12 Canadian players and two Global players.
The divisional all-stars were selected by the voting members of the media, divisional head coaches, and fans. The league all-star team will be announced on Thursday, Nov. 10.
Player changes have been bolded for the benefit of the reader.
*denotes National | ^denotes Global
QB | McLeod Bethel-Thompson (TOR) | Zach Collaros (WPG)
RB | A.J. Ouellette (TOR) | Ka’Deem Carey (CGY)
REC | Eugene Lewis (MTL) | Dalton Schoen (WPG)
REC | Kurleigh Gittens Jr. (TOR)* | Dominique Rhymes (BC)
REC | Jaelon Acklin (OTT) | Malik Henry (CGY)
REC | Tim White (HAM) | Nic Demski (WPG)*
REC | Steven Dunbar Jr. (HAM) | Kenny Lawler (EDM)
CEN | Justin Lawrence (TOR)* | Sean McEwen (CGY)*
G | Brandon Revenberg (HAM)* | Patrick Neufeld (WPG)*
G | Jacob Ruby (OTT)* | Ryan Sceviour (CGY)*
OT | Dejon Allen (TOR) | Stanley Bryant (WPG)
OT | Landon Rice (MTL)* | Derek Dennis (CGY)
DE | Lorenzo Mauldin IV (OTT) | Willie Jefferson (WPG)
DE | Julian Howsare (HAM) | Shawn Lemon (CGY)
DT | Micah Johnson (HAM) | Jake Ceresna (EDM)
DT | Shawn Oakman (TOR) | Mike Rose (CGY)
LB | Wynton McManis (TOR) | Adam Bighill (WPG)
LB | Jovan Santos-Knox (HAM) | Cameron Judge (CGY)*
CLB | Kameron Kelly (HAM) | Derrick Moncrief (SSK)
CB | Jamal Peters (TOR) | Garry Peters (BC)
CB | Jumal Rolle (HAM) | Jonathan Moxey (CGY)
HB | Richard Leonard (HAM) | Marcus Sayles (BC)
HB | Wesley Sutton (MTL) | Deatrick Nichols (WPG)
S | Tunde Adeleke (HAM)* | Loucheiz Purifoy (BC)
K | Seth Small (HAM) | Rene Paredes (CGY)*
P | John Haggerty (TOR)^ | Cody Grace (CGY)^
ST | Chandler Worthy (MTL) | Janarion Grant (WPG)
Croatian coach feels disrespected by Canadian coach's comment at FIFA World Cup – Toronto Sun
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DOHA, Qatar — Croatia head coach Zlatko Dalic said he felt disrespected by Canada head coach John Herdman for his comment in a group huddle following a loss to Belgium on Wednesday.
After the emotional 1-0 loss at the Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium, Herdman gathered his troops on the field and gave an impassioned speech.
When asked following the game what he told his team, Herdman admitted he told his group to ‘F’ Croatia, in reference to Canada’s second game at the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
On the eve of the game Sunday (11 a.m. ET) at the Khalifa International Stadium, Croatian coach Zlatko Zlatko Dalic was again asked about the comment at the pre-match press conference here on Saturday.
“Canadians must have respect for us and this way of putting words together is not a sign of respect,” Dalic said through an interpreter. “We are the runners up (2018 World Cup), it wasn’t Brazil or Spain or any other country. We are the runners up, we were second in the world, we are worth of respect the way we played, the way we behave, the way we respect all others, is the reason we are worthy or respect.
“I shall not focus or comment on other people’s comment. We will be prepared, be fit and we will demonstrate respect from Canada and from everyone else. We expect respect just as we exercise this view.”
Croatia was a surprising World Cup finalist four years ago in Russia, beating England in the semifinal before losing to France. Along the way, Croatia also beat Argentina in the group stage.
Croatia was held to a scoreless draw in its opening match by Morocco on Wednesday. Croatia concluded the group stage against Belgium on Thursday.
“The Croatia team deserves respect from everyone; we have proven that by the way we’ve played with our conduct at the World Cup; since the very beginning we’ve deserved respect and dignity,” Dalic said. “We have two (World Cup) medals in the last 30 years and we’re up there with Germany and France and countries like that have such an achievement. We respect everyone equally so we expect our opposing teams to respect us. We are worth of their respect.”
Croatia striker Ivan Perisic was also asked for his thoughts on Herdman’s comments.
“I second the head coach,” he said. “And I cannot wait for the match to begin.”
Canada coach Herdman jokes about Croatian tabloid – CTV News
DOHA, Qatar –
Canada had just lost its first World Cup match in 36 years, outplaying Belgium for much of a 1-0 defeat, and an emotional John Herdman revealed in the on-field interview what he had just told his players during a postgame huddle.
“I told them they belong here. And we’re going to go and F Croatia,” the coach said with a smile, using a single letter to avoid a televised profanity. “That’s as simple as it gets.”
His words reveberated all the way to Zagreb as Sunday’s Croatia-Canada game approached.
Croatia’s 24 Sata (24 Hours) tabloid ran a fullpage photo of a naked Herdman with Maple Leaf flags over his mouth and private parts and a headline that translated to: “You have the mouth, but do you have the (guts) as well?”
Commenting Saturday on Herdman’s words, Croatia coach Zlatko Dalic used the word “respect” 13 times in a 90-second span.
“This way of putting words together is not a sign of respect,” he said through a translator. “The way we play, the way we behave and the way we respect all others are the reasons we are worthy of respect.”
Sitting next to Dalic, winger Ivan Perisic said simply: “I second the head coach and I cannot wait for the match to begin.”
Speaking before Dalic, Herdman used humour in an attempt to defuse tensions.
“When you get a text from your wife telling me you need to start working out before you get home, yeah, you think you know something’s going on,” Herdman said, noting the newspaper image was of a trimmer midsection than his own.
“My wife’s coming after you guys,” he told a reporter from that Croatian paper, laughing. “She wishes she got that guy. I’ve got a bit more of a belly than that. I’ve been eating too much.”
On Thursday, Herdman had explained what his intent was.
“You say those things in an impassioned moment trying to inspire your team in a huddle, and when you’re asked the question what you said in that huddle, yeah, it was what I said,” he said.
“It’s not massively respectful to Croatian people and the Croatian national team. I understand very well where they’re at on the world stage. But in that moment, you’ve taken your men to that next place,” he added.
Playing Croatia for the first time, Canada could be eliminated with another defeat.
Croatia, which lost the 2018 final to France, is the world’s 12th-ranked team and opened with a 0-0 draw against Morocco. Star Luka Modric, playing what is likely his last World Cup at age 37, put a first-half shot over the crossbar.
Canada has played just four World Cup games in its history and still is searching for its first goal. The Canadians outshot the Belgians 21-9 but gave up a 44th-minute goal to Michy Batshuayi from a long pass. Alphonso Davies had a chance to put Canada ahead in the 11th minute but his penalty kick was saved by goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois.
“We know exactly what our slingshot is and we’ve got to be ready to attack that across different games now because, as I say, the cover’s off from Canada,” Herdman said. “I think people come into this game, the next games respecting us a little bit more.”
Captain Atiba Hutchinson, at 39 the only member of the current roster alive when Canada went 0-3 at the 1986 World Cup, can make his 100th international appearance Sunday — Julian de Guzman is second with 89.
Midfielder Jonathan Osorio is looking forward to facing the last World Cup’s runner-up.
“We like to play the best,” he said after the Belgium match. “We’re excited for the challenge.”
‘We don’t fear anybody’: Canada ready for Croatia challenge at World Cup – Sportsnet.ca
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