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VANCOUVER -- Victor Montagliani, president of the Canadian Soccer Association, says its misinformation and hyperbole to claim women players are being discriminated against because of plans to use artificial turf at next years FIFA Womens World Cup. Adrian Gonzalez Jersey . FIFA, soccers world governing body, will make the final decision on what turf will be used during next years championship, which will be played in six Canadian cities, Montagliani said Thursday. But he took exception to comments contained in a letter that the CSA was involved in "discriminatory treatment of women players." "I will say that is the biggest form of misinformation I have ever heard in my life," Montagliani said in an address to the Vancouver Board of Trade. "Those of you who know me, know that there would be a few more adjectives before that." Later, addressing reporters, Montagliani again denied any sort of discrimination against women. "Thats nothing but misinformation and typical hyperbole that has no room in the game," he said. The World Cup will attract 23 nations plus host Canada. The competition will see 52 matches between June 6 and July 5. BC Place Stadium in Vancouver will be the site of nine matches, including the final. Other games will be held in Moncton, N.B., Montreal, Ottawa, Winnipeg and Edmonton. A group of 40 international women soccer players have threatened a lawsuit over the plan to use artificial turf at the stadiums. They argue female athletes are being discriminated against because the mens World Cup is played on natural grass. The group includes stars like American Abby Wambach and Germans Nadine Angerer, the World Player of the year. Artificial turf is harder and faster than grass. It also has been linked to an increase in injury. The group sent a letter to Canadian soccer officials and FIFA. "Singling out this womens tournament for substandard treatment is a mistake," the letter says. "If your organizations will not engage in a meaningful dialogue on how to correct the discriminatory treatment of women players, we are prepared to pursue legal action which we are confident should succeed." Celebrities such as actor Tom Hanks and NBA superstars Kobe Bryant and Kevin Durant have lent their support to the women. Montagliani said the CSA currently spends just over $4 million a year on the womens program, about twice the amount spent on the mens program. "The reality is were very proud of the investment we make on the womens side of the game," he said. "We might be the only federation that invests more in the womens game than we do the mens game. "To say we are not pulling our weight in that respect is nothing further from the truth." Sophie Schmidt, a national team veteran and member of the squad that won a bronze medal at the 2012 London Olympics, also spoke at the event but was careful in her comments when asked if organizers should be forced to use natural grass. "I will say Im pretty sure that every soccer player of any age wants to play on grass," she said. Montagliani couldnt say if it was even possible to install natural grass at the six stadiums in the time remaining before the tournament begins. "Im not a technician," he said. "Thats not my expertise. Those are things that are in the bailiwick of FIFA." Another issue would be who would pay for the cost of grass fields, the CSA or FIFA. "Those are discussions that would have to happen," Montagliani said. He denied the turf issue is a distraction. "Its not a distraction to us," Montagliani said. "As organizers we are doing our daily job. "Our staff is doing their daily job, our team is preparing for the World Cup." The CSA says hosting the World Cup and this years U-20 championship have a combined economic impact of $337 million across the country. The projections, compiled by the Canadian Sport Tourism Alliance, predict the World Cup will generate $267 million in economic activity. British Columbia can expect $52 million in economic impact, of which $37 million will be in Vancouver. Montagliani said the CSA is considering bidding for the 2026 mens World Cup. To be successful, the country would need eight venues to host games. "To say a country like Canada doesnt have the infrastructure to do that or to invest in that, I find that highly doubtful," he said. One stumbling block for bidding could be the Canadians mens team struggles to qualify for the World Cup. Montagliani said the CSA has a long-term strategy to make the mens program a contender. He also pointed to Qatar hosting the 2022 World Cup while taking a swipe at Brazils 7-1 loss to Germany in this years semifinal. "Qatar doesnt really have much of a mens team," he said. "I dont think Brazil actually had much of one either." Yasmani Grandal Jersey .B. -- Canadian pairs skaters Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford went from elated to frustrated in the span of a few minutes. Custom Los Angeles Dodgers Jerseys . Long snapper Patrick Mannelly announced Friday that he is retiring after a 16-year-career with the Bears, a span in which he played in a team record 245 games and snapped the ball 2,282 times. http://www.ladodgersprostore.us/Enrique-Hernandez-dodgers-jersey/ . Minutes before the final whistle of Sporting Kansas Citys 3-0 victory over a shorthanded Montreal Impact squad on Saturday afternoon, Saputo tweeted: "Our fans deserve better.BOSTON – The rumour mill is swirling in these parts as the hometown Red Sox spiral out of the American League playoff picture. The focus is on ace left-hander Jon Lester, whos been a standout on two world champion pitching staffs (Boston in 2007 and 2013). According to a report in CSNNE.com, the Blue Jays are among as many as eight teams pursuing Lester. The report suggests the Blue Jays have been the "most aggressive" in their interest. What is true and what isnt is often disputed at this time of year. Lester has an expiring contract, about to test the free agent waters for the first time in his career, and the 30-year-old is expected to command an annual salary well above $20-million. He would be a perfect fit in Toronto. Hed also be a perfect fit with 28 other big league teams. Dont expect general manager Alex Anthopoulos to part with either of his star pitching prospects, Marcus Stroman and Aaron Sanchez, who are now with the Blue Jays and each contributing significantly to the clubs pennant drive. Closer Casey Janssen, the longest tenured Blue Jay, didnt comment specifically on the Lester rumours but indicated the clubhouse is watching developments intently. "Need to? I dont know if need to is the right word but I think a lot of people in this locker room would like to," said Janssen of acquiring a significant asset. "Its been a while since weve made the playoffs. Its been a while since weve been relevant. Weve worked so hard to get to where we are and if theres a guy out there that can get us to the next level well embrace him like crazy and try and ride the wave with him. "Hopefully the front office is doing something, continuing to try to improve this team and make this thing a special season for us." Infielder Danny Valencia, acquired from the Royals on Monday for pitcher Liam Hendriks and catcher Erik Kratz, arrived in time for Tuesdays game at Fenway Park but wasnt in the starting lineup. As for the Red Sox, Lester is scheduled to start Wednesdays series finale. Manager John Farrell indicated right-hander Brandon Workman would take Lesters place in the event hes traded or that a deal is imminent. A chat with Kevin Seitzer The Blue Jays entered Tuesdays action where theyve been all season: the top 10 in the games major offensive categories. Toronto ranks first in home runs (129), ninth in walks (349), fourth in batting average (.263), third in on-base percentage (.331) and third in slugging percentage (.430). TSN.ca sat down with hitting coach Kevin Seitzer to discuss the season, the degree to which Blue Jays hitters have bought into his approach and the nature of todays strike zone. You can listen to the audio here. Below is the transcript: TSN.ca: Kevin, the teams won eight of 11 games coming out of the All-Star Break and it seems the bats have come around after a bit of a lull through June and the early part of July. What are some of the keys youve seen in the last couple of weeks? SEITZER: Well, I really started focusing, emphasizing big time more, getting back in the middle of the field because I really felt guys were … especially when Brett (Lawrie) went down it started, then Lindy goes down, then Eddie goes down and guys were really trying to step up and carry the weight and do too much and we got away from the things that we were doing to get us hot when we were smoking hot in May and it was getting back in to the middle of the field. If you focus on having good at-bats and the way I put it to the guys and continued to emphasize over the course of the last couple of weeks was weve got to focus on singling teams to death, just base hit, base hit, base hit, single teams to death and let the damage unfold and if were focused on singling teams to death well find ourselves in better counts, well still end up squaring up balls more consistently that can go the other way or to the pull side and thats when the at-bats got better. Thats what allows you to be more disciplined at the plate. These guys have got to stay aggressive, theyre going to swing at bad pitches, theyre going to get fooled but if you really have a plan and an approach thats really emphatically back through the middle of the field youre going to end up giving yourself a better chance to be consistent and thats what weve been doing and its been great because some of the guys whove come up from Triple-A are really having great at-bats right now and theyre contributing and thats what we need. Its been a good roll. The break couldnt have been more timely for the offence. TSN.ca: How long did it take you to push that message through or to have that message be received as well as it has been? I think you recognize that when you were hired, you were hired by a club that had developed a reputation and I think had earned a reputation as a free swinging team. SEITZER: That was my whole plan coming in was to, I dont want to take away power, I want to enhance power, I want to enhance run production, increase on-base percentage, generate more runs because thats the bottom line to winning ballgames from an offensive standpoint, youve got to score more runs than the other side and the more runs you can get day in and day out the better chance you give your club to win. Im as big a fan of home runs as anybody and I just felt like it was more that they were geared toward hitting the ball hard. It wasnt so much that they were, you know, Im just going to go up there and swing hard and just try and hit it hard, they were really just trying to have good at-bats and hit the ball hard but really they work on the middle of the field, they practice that way but then when you get in the game thats where you have to apply it and that was kind of the last little hump to get these guys over to where, okay, Ive got a shift on, Im going to work on hitting the ball the other way everyday in batting practice, maybe Ill have some confidence to try it in a game, boom it happens, they get an RBI, we get a rally going, we keep a rally going and then it just kind of fuels the fire. It hasnt hurt our home runs at all. When we left Oakland, we got swept out in Oakland, when we went to L.A. I had a long meeting with the guys and I just kind of went through the unfolding of the season and the ups and downs and keys that I saw that guys were doing consisteently when we were good and then keys that we needed to make adjustments now that were not doing. Maury Wills Jersey. It was very well received. Basically what I do is I go in I just spill my guts, just pour my heart out to them. Its something Im very passionate about, very convicted about it and when guys do the adjustment and they start to see the results from it thats when its really fun, very rewarding from my side. TSN.ca: Is Jose Bautista perhaps the prime and best example of how to beat the shift, Kevin? By that I mean, there were times when he would take the ball up the middle or the other way earlier this season and weve actually seen defences adjust. SEITZER: You take your hat off to him because hes primarily a pull guy, a home run guy, he gets paid to drive in runs and I take my hat off to him because hes putting the team first and thats the commitment that he made when I started, when I met him, when I started talking to him in spring training. He goes, whatever I need to do in order to help this team win, thats what Im focused on. Im seeing it. Im seeing it everyday but when the guys went down I saw him try to do a little bit more to try to pick up the slack and hes one Ive been trying to stay on to take your base hits, take your base hits and let the damage unfold. Thats when his hands start working again because when he gets big, tries to do too much, not only is he not hitting home runs, which he wants to do, but hes not even having good at-bats. When his hands start working, that guys got as quick a hands as anybody in baseball and thats when its fun because he can catch some balls out front without even trying and hit them out. TSN.ca: Weve talked at times over the course of the season about strike zones and home plate umpires and if youve had issues with a strike zone, youre probably one of 30 hitting coaches at some point this year that has. What is it you want your hitters to do, how is it you want your hitters to react when those situations arise? SEITZER: These guys dont want to hear it because its, oh back in the day it was way different, but I can attest to back in the day the strike zone was much  bigger than it is right now. I tell them the same things that I always tried to do as a hitter is dont change the zone. If you start expanding the zone because you think it might get called or it does get called, youre going to get yourself out anyway. You can get yourself out or you can let the umpire get you out but if you dont expand and you stay consistent and you handle the umpires in a professional manner youll have more success than what youll think. Thats the biggest thing. Home plate umpires are human. Theyre not going to be perfect and were not going to be perfect. There are times when guys are looking on one side of the plate, really locked in on it and then they get a pitch on the other side and their brain says that wasnt even close and then you go back in and look and you go, well, it wasnt that far off. It may not have been a strike but it was close to the edge of the plate, which if it was a ball off it was a strike when I played. That was something that you just understood. You didnt swing at it until you had two strikes. With two strikes you tried to protect that but not expand even more and thats the hardest part from a hitting standpoint, when you start feeling that youre trying to cover 20 inches, 22 inches, its impossible. With the pitching were facing you cant do it. Youve got to continue to hold on to your strike zone, dont deviate from it, hunt your pitch and let the results be what they are. TSN.ca: You work long hours, you prepare everyday but how does your job change when the team is doing as well as it was in May to how it was performing in June? SEITZER: You have to continue to stay the course. You have to be consistent with the message. Especially being my first year, you have to let these guys personalities unfold and sometimes they dont want to hear a certain message at a certain time and you have to know when you can give them something, when you need to let them go a little bit and then work youre way in to bringing them back to where they need to be. You cant get frustrated, you cant get mad, you cant panic. They cant sense anything different than the way I was when things were going good. I may just not be walking around with as big a smile on my face but as far as our message, the preparation, the meetings, every advanced meeting Ill have a little point from the last series of things that I liked, of things that Id like to see adjustment-wise, here are some things going in that this pitching staff will do compared to the past, the advanced video that theyre going to be watching is going to see us being vulnerable at x and so we have to counter that by locking in on whatever it is. Theres always a little different that I might said and sometimes, you know, you may come out of a good series when you sweep somebody, stay right there, dont change a thing, whatever it is. The consistency is the biggest thing you have to show these guys on a daily basis whether youre going good or bad because thats what my expectation is out of them is not get too high, too low so I have to lead by example. TSN.ca: Adding up to 100, how would you break down your job? Coach, teacher, psychologist, how do you break those facets down? SEITZER: Coach and teacher are kind of the same thing. Its probably 60-percent coach, teacher and 40-percent psychologist and some days it may be 80-percent psychologist depending on what were going through. Its amazing the things that I learned through my career how hitters, and I was one of them, will search for mechanical adjustments as soon as things start to go awry you start to tweak mechanics. Its my head, its my stance, its my set up, its my hands, I need to raise them, I need to lower them, I need to move them back, move them in and what I found through my last few years of playing is the brain will totally dictate what position, what consistency in your swing youll have. When things start to go awry I go right to the brain and not to the mechanics. There may be a mechanical adjustment or two but its always the brain thats the underlying culprit when things start to go awry and youve got to go fix that first. TSN.ca: Kevin, thanks very much for this, appreciate it. SEITZER: All right, youre welcome. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '

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