The question: Should I classify O'Brian White as Canadian?
Sure, he's repped Jamaica at youth levels, and most sites list him as Jamaican, though the newspapers seem not to know about this. On the other hand, I've been counting Eduardo Sebrango as Canadian for the past two years (he has Canadian citizenship, and hasn't played for Cuba since immigrating, obviously) so to be fair to TFC I have been including him.
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I don't expect it will make a whole lot of difference, as White likely won't pile up a whole lot of minutes this year.
At the end of the year, I'll compile final tables with and without the 'questionable Canadians' (White and Sebrango -- not sure of any others on Canada's pro teams at the moment).
A look at the numbers to date:
|CONCACAF Champions League||762||1980||38.5%|
|USL Regular Season||9085||19760||46.0%|
|USL Regular Season||9384||19795||47.4%|
|MLS Regular Season||7180||20750||34.6%|
|CONCACAF Champions League||646||1980||32.6%|
Vancouver and Montreal in particular have been trotting out a lot of Canucks lately, but Toronto has also upped their Canadian content, and should be fielding a fairly Canadian XI once Nana Attakora returns to full health.