Vassili Cremanzidis Issues Statement on the Ottawa Fury Suspending Activities
"The suspension of activities of our partner club over the last three years is a sad day for soccer in Ottawa, the Outaouais region and for Canada," declared Vassili Cremanzidis, Head of Analysis and Assistant Director of Player Personnel for the Montreal Impact, and the club's main contact between the first team and the Fury. "A reserve or affiliate team is vital in order to give playing time to our young players. We will therefore look for a solution for the future by analyzing all possible options."
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