I'd love to see a few more guys represent america, who seem to step up for their own squads every single event and show what it takes to be great us players. Jason edwards, brian smith, damian ryan, bobby a. . Too many canadians on team usa right now, lol.
My dude.... no Canadians on the team. FACT.
1. Justin Rabackoff -Texas?
2. Tim Montressor- Pretty sure he's from Michigan plays for Impact
3. Dave Bains- California plays for Impact
4. Greg Siewers -From Boston plays for Impact
5. Ryan Moorehead- From Pennsylvania plays for Impact
6. Chad George - Played with All Americans assuming hes from PA
7. Sam Monville - no clue
8. Ryan Greenspan-California
9. Oliver Lang - California
10. Nicky Cuba -From New York don't know where he lives now.
For the most part we can see all these players are from/live in the USA
Last edited by raiderpaintball09 : 08-24-2013 at 07:38 PM.
You do realize over 38 countries attend PSP world cup... thats right 38 as in over 37.. im fairly certain it classifies as a World Cup, and the Impact players are US citizens they will be at the event so they can play in this event, basically those going to Europe already rostered on a team are the only ones who can play. So your cutting out alot of US selection based on that fact alone..
O and U.S.A!
Not relevant. A proper world cup (according to the accepted international definition) is an event in which nation competes against nation, with one team per nation and strict nationality criteria for players and teams. The PSP call their event world cup because that makes it sound important - not because it's actually a world cup.
Americans may not agree with this definition - which I suppose is fair enough given that you're quite insular and more interested in national than international competition (generally speaking). For those of us outside the USA however, nation vs nation will always be the ultimate goal. That's when you know it's a real sport, and when we can start applying for government funding and recognition in some countries. Our authorities will simply laugh off any attempts to get funding for a sport without an actual world cup.
The Millennium Series World Cup in Chantilly debuts with more than 30 Hours of Coverage on Millennium Series TV! Featuring top presenters and guest commentators, Live Interviews, Full coverage of the EPBF World Cup. The first official World CUP where teams from across the World will compete to be crowned World Champions. Champions League and Semiprofessional League Preliminary and Finals matches.
For the first time Division 1 and Division 2 finals will also be broadcast live!
Witness teams fight it out for both Event and Series Titles!
so im super confused. i keep seeing that this is september 13-15 or october 17-20. am i being stupid or is one of them wrong
This thread is about the Millennium in Europe. It's an actual World Cup, nations from all over the world will be playing against eachother. Not like PSP that calls it's final event world cup. A world cup is nation against nation, not team against team.
In Asia there will also be a World Cup held, nations against eachother, at the end of this year.
Still, a real world cup does not exists. A real world cup should be held once a year with all nations competing for the world title!