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Montreal Impact News for  Playbook and Blackberry 10


Montreal Impact News for Playbook and Blackberry 10

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Get the latest & best Montreal Impact news on your phone.
Get the latest & best Montreal Impact news on your phone.
Montreal Impact NEWS brings all the latest team news, trade rumors and player news instantly to your Android.
Install it for free now.
This app is brilliant for keeping up to date with all the latest Montreal Impact news. Choose how often you want your Montreal Impact news updated and the app will alert you when new news arrives. If you’re a Montreal Impact fan you need this app.
Get the latest news from a huge range of news sources. Scroll through the home screen widget for quick updates.
– The latest most up to date Montreal Impact News
– Home screen widget
– Share favourite stories with your friends via email, tweet, Facebook or SMS
– Save your favorite stories
– Easy to use
– Lots of customization options
We not affiliated with the MLS, Montreal Impact or any of the news providers shown within this application.
Montreal Impact (French: Impact de Montréal) was a Canadian professional soccer club based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Founded in 1992, the team played in the North American Soccer League (NASL), the second tier of the American Soccer Pyramid until the 2011 season. The owner Joey Saputo now operates the MLS team Montreal Impact
The team played its home games at Saputo Stadium from 2008 until its move to MLS. The team’s colours were blue and white. The Impact’s interim head coach was Nick De Santis since Marc Dos Santos resigned in 2011. At 32 years of age, he became one of the youngest head coaches of any American or Canadian professional sports team.
The Impact also operated an academy called Montreal Impact Academy, which began play in the Canadian Soccer League in 2009. They also used to operate an indoor team (of the same name) in the NPSL (at the Bell Centre, then at Complexe sportif Claude-Robillard) with many of the same players, from 1997–1998 to 1999–2000.
On May 7, 2010, Impact owner Joey Saputo was granted a Major League Soccer expansion franchise set to begin play in Saputo Stadium in 2012.[1] Although, in a legal sense, the Montreal MLS expansion team will be an entirely separate legal entity, the new team will carry the Impact name and maintain the team’s legacy in the new league.

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