2016 Ottawa Fury FC season

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Ottawa Fury FC
2016 season
PresidentJohn Pugh
Head CoachPaul Dalglish
StadiumTD Place Stadium
NASLSpr.: 9th
Fall: 12th
Com.: 10th
Soccer BowlDid not qualify
Canadian ChampionshipSemi-finals
Top goalscorerLeague: Carl Haworth (7)
All: Carl Haworth (8)
Highest home attendanceLeague: 7,847
(11 June v. OKC)
All: 9,057
(1 June v. Vancouver)
Lowest home attendanceLeague: 4,317
(7 May v. Minnesota)
All: 3,946
(18 May v. Edmonton)
Average home league attendanceLeague: 5,482
All: 5,596
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The 2016 Ottawa Fury FC season was the club's third season at the professional level, and its last in the North American Soccer League before its subsequent move to the United Soccer League.

Off-season[edit]

Staff[edit]

On 20 November 2015, Paul Dalglish was announced as the club's new head coach, replacing Marc Dos Santos who had moved on to a head coaching position with Swope Park Rangers and an assistant coaching position with Sporting Kansas City.[1] On 2 December 2015, the Fury announced that assistant coach Martin Nash and goalkeeping coach Bruce Grobbelaar had been re-signed for the 2016 season.[2] A week later it was announced that technical director Philip Dos Santos had left the club for other opportunities and that former Chelsea academy coach Darko Buser had been promoted to the position.[3]

Roster moves[edit]

On 17 November 2015, the club announced it had re-signed 2015 NASL Golden Glove winner Romuald Peiser to a two-year contract.[4] On 14 December, the club announced it had officially released Drew Beckie, Andrew Wiedeman, Tom Heinemann, Uğur Albayrak, Oliver, Nicki Paterson and Aly Hassan, and had picked up contract options for Rafael Alves, Carl Haworth, Marcel DeBellis, Paulo Jr. and had re-signed Brandon Poltronieri.[5] The following day, management announced the transfers of Richie Ryan, Siniša Ubiparipović and Ryan Richter.[6] On 16 December, it was announced that Canadian national team captain Julian de Guzman and Canadian youth international Mauro Eustáquio had re-signed with the club.[7]

On 18 December 2015, the Fury announced their first three new signings of the off-season; Jamaican centre forward Dennis Chin, and two of manager Paul Dalglish's former players from the Austin Aztex, American midfielder Lance Rozeboom and Brazilian defender Fernando Timbó.[8]

On 12 January 2016, the club announced the signing of Northern Irish midfielder Jonny Steele.[9] The same day it was announced that Brazilians Paulo Jr. and Rafael Alves had been re-signed through 2017.[10] The following day, it was announced that Canadian international Kyle Porter had been signed by the club.[11] On 14 January, the club announced the signing of Rich Balchan and recent USL champion Onua Obasi[12] The following day, Ottawa announced the signing of English midfielder James Bailey. In the same press release, it was announced that Irish centre-back Colin Falvey had been purchased by Indy Eleven for an undisclosed fee.[13]

On 18 January, the Fury announced the pre-signing of Argentine midfielder Gerardo Bruna from Football League Two's Accrington Stanley for the end of the 2015–16 English football season.[14] On 2 February, the club announced the signing of two Canadian players, midfielder Mozzi Gyorio and goalkeeper Andrew MacRae.[15] On 4 February, Miami FC purchased defender Mason Trafford from the club through a clause in the player's contract which required the Fury to transfer him if a certain minimum fee was offered.[16] On 11 February, the Fury announced the signing of American centre-back Kyle Venter from the USL's Tulsa Roughnecks.[17]

Season review[edit]

February[edit]

Pre-season training camp began on Monday, 15 February with indoor training at the Branchaud-Brière Complex in Gatineau.[18] At the start of training camp, it was revealed that Accrington Stanley had released Gerardo Bruna, allowing him to join the Fury in time for pre-season and avoid an overly long playing season.[19]

The Fury played their first pre-season match against the academy team on the 19th, an informal game consisting of two 36-minute halves with different lineups. Supplementing the first-team lineup was American trialist forward Miles Byass, as well as four academy players: Jeff Addai, Dario Conte, Emad Houache and Ndzemdzela "Zoom" Langwa. The primary focus of the match was fitness, and despite multiple good scoring opportunities for the first team, the game ultimately finished in a scoreless draw.[20]

A week later, the club played its first pre-season match against another club, travelling to Toronto to play reserve side Toronto FC II. Ottawa scored first in the match off a penalty drawn by Paulo Jr. in the 30th minute, with new arrival Gerardo Bruna converting the spot kick. At the half, Dalglish substituted all outfield players. In the 60th minute, keeper Romuald Peiser was substituted in favour of Andrew MacRae. The Fury lost their lead in the 85th minute as Sal Bernal drew TFC level. In the final minutes of the match, centre forward Dennis Chin sealed the win with a spectacular diving header off a cross by trialist Miles Byass. In addition to Byass, the Fury fielded Academy fullback Zoom Langwa in place of Onua Obasi who had not yet arrived at camp. Goalkeeper Marcel DeBellis was also rested for the match due to a knock.[21] The club then travelled to Casa Grande, Arizona for outdoor training and two friendlies the following week.

March[edit]

In the afternoon of 2 March, prior to a friendly against Indy Eleven, the club announced the acquisition of Brazilian forward Pablo Dyego on a season-long loan from Fluminense and of Canadian international Marcel de Jong on a permanent deal.[22] Both new signings appeared as substitutes in the second half of the match. The first half began quietly and ultimately ended 0–0 with each team having one scoring chance. At the half, Ottawa changed all its players but Rafael Alves. In the 63rd minute, the game broke open as the recently signed Pablo Dyego supplied a cross to compatriot Paulo Jr. who scored the match's opening goal. Three minutes later, Dyego added his own with a volley which caught Indy keeper Keith Cardona off his line to make it 2–0. In the 74th minute Paulo Jr. was fouled in the box, resulting in a penalty which was converted for the second match in a row by Gerardo Bruna. This scoreline would hold, but not before Pablo Dyego was forced off due to a knock after colliding with the opposing keeper. Academy player Zoom Langwa again made a start in place of Onua Obasi and Jeff Addai also appeared later in the match as a substitute for Alves.[23]

The Fury concluded their trip to Arizona with a dominating 4–0 win over Real Salt Lake's locally based academy team. Paulo Jr. again opened the scoring for Ottawa off a pass from Fernando Timbó in the first half. This scoreline held until halftime, when all of the Fury players other than Carl Haworth were substituted. Early in the second half, Dennis Chin added to the lead after finishing a cross from Mozzi Gyorio. Chin then set up a goal by Carl Haworth, his first of the pre-season. Haworth then returned the favour, feeding Chin for the match's fourth and final goal. Striker Pablo Dyego did not appear in the match, possibly the result of the injury he sustained towards the end of the previous friendly against Indy Eleven. Academy players Jeff Addai and Zoom Langwa again appeared for the first team.[24]

On 10 March, the Fury played a friendly against USL neighbours Rochester Rhinos. The match consisted of four 30-minute quarters, totaling 120 minutes. In the second quarter, Paulo Jr. converted a penalty to give Ottawa a 1–0 lead. Shortly afterwards, Rochester scored to bring the teams level going into half-time. At the break, Ottawa substituted all its players save Lance Rozeboom. The third quarter went poorly for the Fury as the Rhinos added another two goals to go up 3–1. Goalkeeper Andrew MacRae then made a save on a penalty to keep the deficit at two. In the fourth quarter Mozzi Gyorio clawed one back for Ottawa off a pass by fellow Canadian Carl Haworth. Academy player Jeff Addai then supplied a cross to Gerardo Bruna, who finished late in the game to seal a draw.[25]

One week after the Rhinos friendly, the club issued a press release stating that Pablo Dyego and Kyle Venter had suffered knee injuries that were expected to sideline the players for six to eight months each (expected to return September–November).[26]

The club finished its pre-season slate with a 3–1 win over FC Montreal on 19 March. James Bailey scored his first goal of pre-season inside the opening 5 minutes to give the Fury the lead, however recent Fury loanee Jérémy Gagnon-Laparé clawed one back for Montreal in the 29th minute to finish the half 1–1. Carl Haworth then proceeded to secure the win for Ottawa with a brace in the 57th and 87th minutes.[27]

On 25 March, the Fury announced the signing of Israeli winger Idan Vered.[28] The following day, it was revealed that Brandon Poltronieri had left the club.[29]

April[edit]

Ottawa opened its league season with a match in New York City against the Cosmos in a rematch of last season's Soccer Bowl. Despite strong spells of possession, the Fury had multiple defensive errors punished by the defending champions, who came away 3–0 winners.[30]

On 7 April the club announced it had signed Uruguayan midfielder Bryan Olivera on loan from Fluminense for the season.[31]

Squad[edit]

As of to match played 29 October 2016[32]
No. Name Nationality Position Date of birth (Age) Signed from Signed in Apps. Goals
Goalkeepers
1 Romuald Peiser France GK (1979-08-03)3 August 1979 (aged 37) Portugal Académica 2014 79 0
12 Andrew MacRae Canada GK (1990-08-24)24 August 1990 (aged 26) Unattached 2016 0 0
24 Marcel DeBellis Canada GK (1991-04-17)17 April 1991 (aged 25) Italy Ascoli 2014 7 0
Defenders
2 Rich Balchan United States RB/CB (1989-01-18)18 January 1989 (aged 27) United States Tampa Bay Rowdies 2016 4 0
3 Eddie Edward Canada RB (1988-09-20)20 September 1988 (aged 28) Edmonton 2016 19 0
5 Kyle Venter United States CB (1991-03-13)13 March 1991 (aged 25) United States Tulsa Roughnecks 2016 0 0
13 Adam Malekos Canada DF (1997-06-27)27 June 1997 (aged 19) Academy 2016 0 0
14 Onua Obasi England LB/CM (1988-09-24)24 September 1988 (aged 28) United States Rochester Rhinos 2016 19 0
18 Mallan Roberts Canada CB (1992-06-06)6 June 1992 (aged 24) loan from Edmonton 2016 22 1
19 Kyle Porter Canada RB/FW (1990-01-19)19 January 1990 (aged 26) United States Atlanta Silverbacks 2016 18 0
33 Rafael Alves Brazil CB (1985-01-18)18 January 1985 (aged 31) United States Fort Lauderdale Strikers 2015 68 4
77 Fernando Timbó Brazil CB/LB (1990-05-29)29 May 1990 (aged 26) United States Austin Aztex 2016 23 2
Midfielders
4 Dario Conte Canada CM (1997-11-02)2 November 1997 (aged 18) Academy 2016 1 0
6 Julian de Guzman Canada CM (1981-03-25)25 March 1981 (aged 35) Greece Skoda Xanthi 2015 29 0
7 Ryan Williams England CM (1991-04-08)8 April 1991 (aged 25) Scotland Inverness CT 2016 18 4
8 James Bailey England CM/RB (1988-09-18)18 September 1988 (aged 28) India Pune City 2016 33 0
9 Bryan Olivera Uruguay CM/RW (1994-03-11)11 March 1994 (aged 22) loan from Brazil Fluminense 2016 22 0
11 Mozzi Gyorio Canada CM (1989-08-01)1 August 1989 (aged 27) United States Austin Aztex 2016 4 0
20 Mauro Eustáquio Canada CM (1993-02-10)10 February 1993 (aged 23) Portugal Sporting Pombal 2014 49 2
22 Jamar Dixon Canada CM/LW (1989-06-05)5 June 1989 (aged 27) Finland FF Jaro 2016 12 0
25 Lance Rozeboom United States CM/CB (1989-05-31)31 May 1989 (aged 27) United States Austin Aztex 2016 35 1
51 Maxim Tissot Canada MF/LB (1992-04-13)13 April 1992 (aged 24) Montreal Impact 2016 19 2
Forwards
10 Gerardo Bruna Argentina FW/CM (1991-01-29)29 January 1991 (aged 25) England Accrington Stanley 2016 6 0
16 Thomas Stewart Northern Ireland FW (1986-11-12)12 November 1986 (aged 29) United States Sacramento Republic 2016 17 3
17 Carl Haworth Canada FW (1989-07-09)9 July 1989 (aged 27) Ottawa Fury (PDL) 2014 85 12
92 Giuseppe Gentile United States FW (1992-10-10)10 October 1992 (aged 24) United States Fort Lauderdale Strikers 2016 16 4
99 Danny Mwanga Democratic Republic of the Congo FW (1991-07-17)17 July 1991 (aged 25) loan from United States Tampa Bay Rowdies 2016 8 1

Transfers[edit]

In[edit]

Date Position Nationality Name From Fee
18 December 2015 FW Jamaica Dennis Chin United States Arizona United Free[8]
18 December 2015 MF United States Lance Rozeboom United States Austin Aztex Free[8]
18 December 2015 DF Brazil Fernando Timbó United States Austin Aztex Free[8]
12 January 2016 MF Northern Ireland Jonny Steele Unattached Free[9]
13 January 2016 DF Canada Kyle Porter United States Atlanta Silverbacks Free[11]
14 January 2016 DF England Onua Obasi United States Rochester Rhinos Free[12]
14 January 2016 DF United States Rich Balchan United States Tampa Bay Rowdies Free[12]
15 January 2016 MF England James Bailey India Pune City Free[13]
2 February 2016 MF Canada Mozzi Gyorio United States Austin Aztex Free[15]
2 February 2016 GK Canada Andrew MacRae Unattached Free[15]
11 February 2016 DF United States Kyle Venter United States Tulsa Roughnecks Free[17]
15 February 2016 FW Argentina Gerardo Bruna England Accrington Stanley Free[14]
2 March 2016 FW Brazil Pablo Dyego Brazil Fluminense Loan[22]
2 March 2016 MF Canada Marcel de Jong United States Sporting Kansas City Free[22]
25 March 2016 FW Israel Idan Vered Serbia Red Star Belgrade Free[28]
7 April 2016 MF Uruguay Bryan Olivera Brazil Fluminense Loan[31]
4 June 2016 DF Canada Mallan Roberts Edmonton Loan[33]
10 June 2016 MF Canada Dario Conte Academy Trainee
10 June 2016 DF Canada Adam Malekos Academy Trainee
28 June 2016 DF Canada Eddie Edward Edmonton Free[34]
8 July 2016 FW United States Giuseppe Gentile United States Fort Lauderdale Strikers Swap[35]
12 July 2016 FW Northern Ireland Thomas Stewart United States Sacramento Republic Undisclosed[36]
15 July 2016 MF Canada Maxim Tissot Montreal Impact Free[37]
19 July 2016 MF England Ryan Williams Scotland Inverness CT Free[38]
20 July 2016 MF Canada Jamar Dixon Finland FF Jaro Undisclosed[39]
3 August 2016 FW Democratic Republic of the Congo Danny Mwanga United States Tampa Bay Rowdies Loan[40]

Out[edit]

Date Position Nationality Name To Fee
7 December 2015 FW United States Andrew Wiedeman United States Cincinnati Free[41]
14 December 2015 MF Canada Jérémy Gagnon-Laparé Montreal Impact End of loan
14 December 2015 FW United States Tom Heinemann United States Tampa Bay Rowdies Free[42]
15 December 2015 MF Republic of Ireland Richie Ryan United States Jacksonville Armada Undisclosed[43]
15 December 2015 MF Bosnia and Herzegovina Siniša Ubiparipović United States Indy Eleven Undisclosed[44]
17 December 2015 DF Canada Drew Beckie United States Carolina RailHawks Free[45]
22 December 2015 DF United States Ryan Richter United States Bethlehem Steel Undisclosed[46]
15 January 2016 DF Republic of Ireland Colin Falvey United States Indy Eleven Undisclosed[13]
26 January 2016 MF Scotland Nicki Paterson United States Indy Eleven Free[47]
31 January 2016 FW Turkey Uğur Albayrak Germany Viktoria Aschaffenburg Free[48]
4 February 2016 DF Canada Mason Trafford United States Miami Undisclosed[16]
11 February 2016 FW United States Aly Hassan United States Carolina RailHawks Free[49]
10 March 2016 FW Brazil Oliver Puerto Rico Puerto Rico Free[50]
26 March 2016 DF Costa Rica Brandon Poltronieri United States Arizona United Free[29]
22 June 2016 FW Israel Idan Vered Israel Beitar Jerusalem Free[51]
7 July 2016 FW Brazil Pablo Dyego Brazil Fluminense Loan end
8 July 2016 FW Brazil Paulo Jr. United States Fort Lauderdale Strikers Swap[35]
11 July 2016 MF Canada Marcel de Jong Vancouver Whitecaps Free[52]
14 July 2016 MF Northern Ireland Jonny Steele United States Miami Undisclosed[53]
26 August 2016 FW Jamaica Dennis Chin Israel Ironi Nesher Undisclosed[54]

Trial[edit]

Date From Date To Position Nationality Name Last Club Signed?
15 February 2016[20] 2 March 2016 FW United States Miles Byass Unattached No

Friendlies[edit]

Pre-season[edit]

Friendly statistics[edit]

Rnk Pos Nat Name Goals Assists
1 FW Canada Carl Haworth 3 2
FW Jamaica Dennis Chin 3 1
FW Argentina Gerardo Bruna 3 0
FW Brazil Paulo Jr. 3 0
5 FW Brazil Pablo Dyego 1 1
MF Canada Mozzi Gyorio 1 1
MF England James Bailey 1 0
8 DF Canada Jeff Addai1 0 1
FW United States Miles Byass2 0 1
DF Brazil Fernando Timbó 0 1
Total 15 8

1 Academy player.

2 Trialist.

Competitions[edit]

NASL Spring Season[edit]

Standings[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Indy Eleven (S) 10 4 6 0 15 8 +7 18 Playoffs
2 New York Cosmos 10 6 0 4 15 8 +7 18
3 FC Edmonton 10 5 2 3 9 7 +2 17
4 Minnesota United 10 5 1 4 16 12 +4 16
5 Tampa Bay Rowdies 10 4 4 2 11 9 +2 16
6 Fort Lauderdale Strikers 10 4 3 3 12 12 0 15
7 Carolina RailHawks 10 4 2 4 11 13 −2 14
8 Rayo OKC 10 3 3 4 11 12 −1 12
9 Ottawa Fury 10 2 3 5 9 14 −5 9
10 Jacksonville Armada 10 1 4 5 5 11 −6 7
11 Miami FC 10 1 4 5 7 15 −8 7
Source: NASL
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) total goal differential; 3) total goals scored; 4) head-to-head record; 5) away goal differential; 6) away goals scored
(S) Spring season champion.

Results summary[edit]

Overall Home Away
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts W D L GF GA GD W D L GF GA GD
10 2 3 5 9 14  −5 9 2 2 1 7 5  +2 0 1 4 2 9  −7

Last updated: June 11, 2016.
Source: Match reports

Results by round[edit]

Round12345678910
GroundAAAAHHHHAH
ResultLDLLWDWLLD
Position11101111999999
Updated to match(es) played on June 11, 2016. Source: Match reports
A = Away; H = Home; W = Win; D = Draw; L = Loss

Match reports[edit]

NASL Fall season[edit]

Standings[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 New York Cosmos (F) 22 14 5 3 44 21 +23 47 Playoffs
2 Indy Eleven 22 11 4 7 36 25 +11 37
3 FC Edmonton 22 10 6 6 16 14 +2 36
4 Rayo OKC 22 9 8 5 28 21 +7 35
5 Miami FC 22 9 6 7 31 27 +4 33
6 Fort Lauderdale Strikers 22 7 5 10 19 28 −9 26
7 Carolina RailHawks 22 7 5 10 25 35 −10 26
8 Minnesota United 22 6 7 9 25 25 0 25
9 Puerto Rico 22 5 9 8 19 31 −12 24
10 Tampa Bay Rowdies 22 5 8 9 29 32 −3 23
11 Jacksonville Armada 22 5 8 9 25 35 −10 23
12 Ottawa Fury 22 5 7 10 23 26 −3 22
Source: NASL
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) total goal differential; 3) total goals scored; 4) head-to-head record; 5) away goal differential; 6) away goals scored
(F) Fall season champion.

Results summary[edit]

Overall Home Away
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts W D L GF GA GD W D L GF GA GD
22 5 7 10 23 26  −3 22 3 4 4 13 11  +2 2 3 6 10 15  −5

Last updated: October 29, 2016.
Source: Match reports

Results by round[edit]

Round12345678910111213141516171819202122
GroundAHAAHHAHAHHHAAAHAHHAAH
ResultLLLWWWLLLDDDDDWWLLDLDL
Position111212117677109878875658101012
Updated to match(es) played on October 29, 2016. Source: Match reports
A = Away; H = Home; W = Win; D = Draw; L = Loss

Match reports[edit]

NASL Combined Season[edit]

Standings[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 New York Cosmos (C, X) 32 20 5 7 59 29 +30 65 Championship qualifiers
2 Indy Eleven 32 15 10 7 51 33 +18 55
3 FC Edmonton 32 15 8 9 25 21 +4 53
4 Rayo OKC 32 12 11 9 39 33 +6 47
5 Minnesota United 32 11 8 13 41 37 +4 41
6 Fort Lauderdale Strikers 32 11 8 13 31 40 −9 41
7 Miami FC 32 10 10 12 38 42 −4 40
8 Carolina RailHawks 32 11 7 14 36 48 −12 40
9 Tampa Bay Rowdies 32 9 12 11 40 41 −1 39
10 Ottawa Fury 32 7 10 15 32 40 −8 31
11 Jacksonville Armada 32 6 12 14 30 46 −16 30
12 Puerto Rico FC 22 5 9 8 19 31 −12 24
Source: NASL
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) total goal differential; 3) total goals scored; 4) head-to-head record; 5) away goal differential; 6) away goals scored
(C) Champion; (X) Regular season champion.

Results summary[edit]

Overall Home Away
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts W D L GF GA GD W D L GF GA GD
32 7 10 15 32 40  −8 31 5 6 5 20 16  +4 2 4 10 12 24  −12

Last updated: October 29, 2016.
Source: Match reports

Results by round[edit]

Round1234567891011121314151617181920212223242526272829303132
GroundAAAAHHHHAHAHAAHHAHAHHHAAAHAHHAAH
ResultLDLLWDWLLDLLLWWWLLLDDDDDWWLLDLDL
Position12101111999999910119991091010101010101010101010101010
Updated to match(es) played on October 29, 2016. Source: Match reports
A = Away; H = Home; W = Win; D = Draw; L = Loss

Canadian Championship[edit]

Preliminary round[edit]

Semi-finals[edit]

Squad statistics[edit]

As of match played 29 October 2016[55]

Appearances and goals[edit]

No. Pos Nat Player Total NASL Canadian Championship
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
1 GK France Romuald Peiser 31 0 29 0 2 0
2 DF United States Rich Balchan 4 0 3 0 1 0
3 DF Canada Eddie Edward 19 0 18+1 0 0 0
4 MF Canada Dario Conte 1 0 0+1 0 0 0
6 MF Canada Julian de Guzman 12 0 10+1 0 0+1 0
7 MF England Ryan Williams 18 4 14+4 4 0 0
8 MF England James Bailey 33 0 25+4 0 4 0
9 MF Uruguay Bryan Olivera 22 0 10+9 0 1+2 0
10 FW Argentina Gerardo Bruna 6 0 3+3 0 0 0
11 MF Canada Mozzi Gyorio 4 0 1+1 0 1+1 0
14 DF England Onua Obasi 19 0 11+4 0 4 0
16 FW Northern Ireland Thomas Stewart 17 3 10+7 3 0 0
17 FW Canada Carl Haworth 31 8 24+3 7 4 1
18 DF Canada Mallan Roberts 22 1 17+5 1 0 0
19 DF Canada Kyle Porter 18 0 11+4 0 1+2 0
20 MF Canada Mauro Eustáquio 18 0 8+9 0 0+1 0
22 MF Canada Jamar Dixon 12 0 10+2 0 0 0
24 GK Canada Marcel DeBellis 6 0 3+1 0 2 0
25 MF United States Lance Rozeboom 35 1 30+1 1 4 0
33 DF Brazil Rafael Alves 35 0 30+1 0 4 0
51 MF Canada Maxim Tissot 19 2 19 2 0 0
77 DF Brazil Fernando Timbó 23 2 18+1 1 4 1
92 FW United States Giuseppe Gentile 16 4 9+7 4 0 0
99 FW Democratic Republic of the Congo Danny Mwanga 8 1 2+6 1 0 0
Players who appeared for Ottawa but left during the season:
7 FW Brazil Paulo Jr. 14 2 9+1 1 3+1 1
15 FW Jamaica Dennis Chin 17 1 6+9 1 1+1 0
22 MF Northern Ireland Jonny Steele 16 1 11+1 0 4 1
23 FW Israel Idan Vered 13 2 7+3 1 1+2 1
30 MF Canada Marcel de Jong 9 2 5+1 2 3 0

Goal scorers[edit]

Rnk Pos No. Nat Name NASL Canadian Championship Total
1 FW 17 Canada Carl Haworth 7 1 8
2 MF 7 England Ryan Williams 4 0 4
FW 92 United States Giuseppe Gentile 4 0 4
4 FW 16 Northern Ireland Thomas Stewart 3 0 3
5 MF 30 Canada Marcel de Jong 2 0 2
MF 51 Canada Maxim Tissot 2 0 2
FW 7 Brazil Paulo Jr. 1 1 2
FW 23 Israel Idan Vered 1 1 2
DF 77 Brazil Fernando Timbó 1 1 2
10 FW 15 Jamaica Dennis Chin 1 0 1
DF 18 Canada Mallan Roberts 1 0 1
MF 25 United States Lance Rozeboom 1 0 1
FW 99 Democratic Republic of the Congo Danny Mwanga 1 0 1
MF 22 Northern Ireland Jonny Steele 0 1 1
Own goal 3 0 3
Total 32 5 37

Disciplinary[edit]

Number Nation Position Name NASL Canadian Championship Total
Yellow card Red card Yellow card Red card Yellow card Red card
1 France GK Romuald Peiser 0 1 0 0 0 1
3 Canada DF Eddie Edward 2 1 0 0 2 1
6 Canada MF Julian de Guzman 1 0 1 0 2 0
8 England MF James Bailey 8 0 2 0 10 0
9 Uruguay MF Bryan Olivera 4 1 1 0 5 1
10 Argentina FW Gerardo Bruna 1 0 0 0 1 0
14 England DF Onua Obasi 4 0 1 0 5 0
15 Jamaica FW Dennis Chin 1 0 0 0 1 0
17 Canada FW Carl Haworth 3 0 1 0 4 0
18 Canada DF Mallan Roberts 2 0 0 0 2 0
20 Canada MF Mauro Eustáquio 4 0 1 0 5 0
22 Canada MF Jamar Dixon 1 0 0 0 1 0
22 Northern Ireland MF Jonny Steele 5 0 1 0 6 0
23 Israel FW Idan Vered 1 0 0 0 1 0
25 United States MF Lance Rozeboom 1 0 0 0 1 0
30 Canada MF Marcel de Jong 1 0 0 0 1 0
33 Brazil DF Rafael Alves 7 0 1 0 8 0
51 Canada MF Maxim Tissot 1 0 0 0 1 0
77 Brazil DF Fernando Timbó 4 0 1 0 5 0
92 United States FW Giuseppe Gentile 3 0 0 0 3 0
TOTALS 54 3 10 0 64 3

Awards[edit]

Player[edit]

No. Player Award Month Source
1 France Romuald Peiser NASL Play of the Week (Week 22) September [56]

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