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June 2, 2005 - USL First Division (USL-1) - Montreal Impact News Release


The Impact host the Toronto Lynx (0-6-3) on Friday. After seven games played, the Impact has yet to be defeated (4-0-3).

WHERE: Claude Robillard Sports Complex (1000, Av. Imile-Journault mitro Crimazie)
TICKET INFO: (514) 328-3668, ext.1
PRICES: General admission $5 (kids), $10 (adults), Reserved seating $15
BROADCAST: 7:30 pm (RDS, CJAD 800, CKAC 730)


Team Canada head coach Frank Yallop named his roster for the upcoming training camp to be held in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, from June 4-9. Six Impact players were selected to the team: goalkeeper Andrew Olivieri, defenders Adam Braz and Gabriel Gervais, midfielders Mesut Mert and Patrick Leduc and forward Ali Gerba.


The Vachon Public Practices are back! The Montreal Impact will be in training in different parts of the city and province throughout the summer, starting with a public practice which will be held Tuesday, June 7th, at 7:00 pm, at Concordia s Loyola Campus in NDG. The entire Montreal Impact team and technical staff will be on hand. There will also be numerous giveaways and an autograph session with the players.

The Vachon Pubic Practices will tour the province trough out the summer. The Impact will be in Vaudreuil-Dorion (June 13 at 7 pm), in Blainville (July 9 at 11 am), in St-Hyacinthe (July 12 at 7 pm), in La Prairie (August 3 at 7 pm) and in the Lanaudihre region (August 23 at 7 pm).


The registration day for the Montreal Impact - Rino-Diptt Soccer Schools will take place: Saturday, June 4th, from 11 am to 2 pm at the Rino-Diptt store in Anjou, located at 10 200 Renaude-Lapointe.

Impact players and school directors Patrick Leduc and Darko Kolic will be on hand to meet the young players. There will also be skills demonstrations, autograph signings and giveaways.

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