CUSL Completes 5 Year Marketing Plan

The Canadian United Soccer League’s (CUSL) progress report to the Canadian Soccer Association’s Membership on December 9th, confirmed that the essential components are now in place to finalize the five-year marketing vehicle for a Canadian professional soccer league to succeed in Canada. CUSL Chairman, Gerry Gentile’s presentation included that we are finalizing the details of […]

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Canadian United Soccer League concept on life support ?

Once again there is controversy surrounding the proposed Canadian United Soccer League. Toronto Lynx owner Bruno Hartrell and Montreal Impact’s Joey Saputo confirmed that the four Canadian A-League clubs have decided to opt out of the proposed league. Gerry Gentile, the leading figure in the CUSL proposal said that he wasn’t aware of any changes […]

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Unity and progress lacking in Canadian professional soccer landscape

In these times of economic uncertainty it’s difficult to embark on any business venture, especially one in the world of sports. Formed in 2000 and headed by Gerry Gentile, a Toronto area businessman, the Canadian United Soccer League group embarked on a mission to place a domestic professional league on the Canadian soccer landscape within […]

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Canadian United Soccer League (CUSL) joins forces with the Canadian Professional Soccer League (CPSL). Play to start in 2002

The Canadian Professional Soccer League (CPSL) and the Canadian United Soccer League (CUSL) have agreed to form one Canadian professional soccer structure to start the 2002 season. The plan calls for one league with two divisions, with the A-League clubs entered into the First Division and the CPSL clubs will be in Division Two. A Third […]

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