Adam Palermo

Adam Palermo is a sports journalist who specializes in covering the world’s game. Born and raised in Hamilton, he loves keeping up with all things Canadian soccer. His favourite European leagues are Serie A and the English Premier League, though he believes international soccer reigns supreme.

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Which ‘tier one’ nations could CanMNT potentially play in 2023?

Now that we've been reminded what it's like to watch the Canadian men's national team play on home soil, when will we see them again and more … Read More

Canadian of the Week: Sinclair returns for Portland, David fills scoresheet, Russell-Rowe makes a statement

An international break, the return of the NWSL, and blockbuster clashes in the UEFA Women’s Champions League. Not a bad week! Canadians were … Read More

CanWNT star-spotting: A Canadian fan’s guide to the 2023 NWSL season

If you want to keep up to speed with Canadian women's national team stars' exploits at club level, keeping a close eye on the imminent National … Read More

Canadian of the Week: Vanessa Gilles heads to a cup final, Cloé Lacasse wows, Cyle Larin nets again

After a couple of very busy weeks of Canadian action, the week of March 13 was a little more subdued. But that’s not to say this past week … Read More

Canadian of the Week: Phonzie’s run continues, David makes history, Lacasse lets loose

Choosing one Canadian to crown ‘Canadian of the Week’ seems to be getting harder and harder as the weeks go by … and that’s a great thing … Read More

The missing piece: do Toronto FC have a problem at centre-forward?

Two games into the Major League Soccer season, Toronto FC are winless. Two matches on the road and one point to show for it: it’s not bad, but … Read More