By the time we get to the World Cup, it will be the first time since 2004 that the most decorated player in world football is not a Canadian.
That honour belongs to Canada’s John Herdman, who scored six goals and assisted seven others in a 3-1 win over Brazil in the 2014 World Cup.
But it was not just Herdmann who came from outside Canada.
And it is not just the best players from the countries that have the most medals, but the players from those countries also play at the highest level.
That means, in essence, that the best athletes in the world are actually coming from the United States.
The U.S. is the second-most populous country in the Americas, and the second largest football-obsessed nation.
The biggest star in American football is Michael Bradley, who plays for the United Soccer League’s Colorado Rapids.
Bradley is a five-time All-Star, and he has earned the nickname “The Most Valuable Player” by many in the American football community.
But even though he is from Colorado, Bradley has played in Canada and Brazil, where he has won three Gold Cups.
His father, Brian, is the Canadian international player of the year.
Bradley, whose name means “the man,” has been the star of many a soccer match, and has won the coveted Golden Boot award in the United Nations FIFA World Cup three times.
The United States is also the biggest hockey country in North America.
The top-scoring player in the U.A.L. this year is Minnesota’s Kyle Clifford, who leads the league in goals with 27 and has seven assists.
Clifford was born in the USA and moved to Minnesota when he was nine years old.
He has been an All-American hockey player for five years and has also won the Stanley Cup in the NHL.
Clifford is also a two-time Olympic gold medalist, a member of the U-18 World Cup team, and is the son of former U.N. president Michael Clifford.
The sport is in full swing in Canada, with players such as Connor McDavid and Jack Eichel scoring world-class goals for their teams.
Canada has won a total of six Gold Cups in the past eight years, including the 2011 World Cup in Brazil.
In the past, Canada was known as a nation of big hockey stars.
But now, Canada is getting a new generation of superstars in its ranks.
“In the past when we had these superstars like Sidney Crosby, Sidney Crosby and Joe Pavelski, they would be in the All-Stars game and we’d have the players that were superstars.
We weren’t known for that.
Now we’re trying to find a new way to grow our sport and make it more diverse,” says Paul Martin, president of the Canadian Soccer Association.
But Canada’s lack of diversity may be just one of many reasons why the sport has grown rapidly in recent years.
According to the International Federation of Sports Federations (IFSC), the number of professional soccer leagues in the country grew by 5.3 percent between 2014 and 2017.
The number of U.K. and U.SA leagues grew by 2.7 percent and 2.4 percent respectively.
In Canada, the growth in the number has been even more dramatic.
The IFSC has recorded an average of more than 1,500 teams in the 10-team Canadian Professional Soccer League (CPSL), a hybrid professional league which combines U.R.A., U.L., F.C.
L and the Canadian Premier Soccer League.
According the IFSC, the increase in teams is the result of more people in the sport.
“When you have a large number of people playing in the same sport, it has an impact on the sport’s development.
The growth in numbers has been quite impressive,” Martin says.
The majority of players are not Canadian, but they are all Canadian-born.
While Canadian players dominate the sport, the country’s most successful players have been born in other countries.
“Canada has the greatest number of players born outside of Canada.
They have a tremendous number of Canadian-based players.
They’re also among the biggest spenders on the game,” says Martin.
The numbers speak for themselves.
The average Canadian player has spent over $1 million on their own career, which is more than the next 11 countries combined, according to the IFS.
Canadian players have won more gold medals than any other country, including Brazil, Germany, the United Kingdom, South Korea and China.
The Canadian men’s national team has won gold in the Olympic Games four times, and in four of the past six editions, the Canadians have qualified for the World Cups.
It is also no surprise that the Canadians, who are currently ranked fourth in the FIFA World Rankings, have a record of two World Cups in four years.
But as the world of soccer moves towards globalizing, the Canadian men are making a name for themselves