Here they are:
|Date||Tournament||Location||Home Team||Score||Away Team||Scorers|
| || ||Toronto||Canada|| ||Costa Rica|| |
| || ||Reykjavík||Iceland|| ||Canada|| |
| || ||Chicago||Canada|| ||USA|| |
| || ||Foxborough||Canada|| ||Guatemala|| |
| || ||Miami||Haiti|| ||Canada|| |
| || ||Miami||Canada|| ||Guadeloupe|| |
| || ||Miami||Costa Rica|| ||Canada|| |
| || ||Maracaibo||Venezuela|| ||Canada|| |
| || ||Hamilton||Bermuda|| ||Canada|| |
That's a win-tie-loss record of 4-3-2, which with a decent level of competition isn't too bad, especially when you consider that one of the losses, to the USA at the Gold Cup, was more than questionable. Even more remarkable, for a Canadian team that historically has had problems "bulging the old onion bag" (apologies to Tommy Smyth), the side scored in every match this season.
Goal scorers in 2007:
|Dwayne De Rosario||5|
|Julian de Guzman||2|
Obviously, it's been a good year for Dwayne De Rosario scoring for Canada. Ali Gerba also had a great run at the Gold Cup tournament, but it's a shame that he hasn't played a game in months for his club team. Julian de Guzman's 2-goal performance against Costa Rica at the Gold Cup also won't soon be forgotten.
In a year that saw interim coach Stephen Hart at the helm, rumours of a Rene Simoes hiring, then Dale Mitchell finally taking over for the last two friendlies, there have also been a lot of players to see the pitch for Canada. The following list shows a core group gaining a lot of minutes, but time given to several others. Somehow, there are 2 extra minutes in the total numbers, but we don't plan on solving that anytime soon.
|Julian de Guzman||9||9||778|
|Dwayne De Rosario||8||8||698|
Julian de Guzman and Paul Stalteri have started every game in 2007, with Stalteri being on the pitch for every single minute. It will be interesting to see if that continues on Tuesday in Durban.