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Impact will bid farewell to Di Vaio in Saturday's season finale at Saputo Stadium

The Impact will end a disappointing Major League Soccer campaign with a farewell to star striker Marco Di Vaio and a match against a team that may serve as an example for next season. 993 more words


Lloyd Barker: Di Vaio was best of the best with Impact

Oct. 25, 2014 will be remembered fondly as the day 38-year-old Marco Di Vaio retired.

For Montreal soccer fans, the occasion is made more special given that Di Vaio will end his playing days in an Impact kit against D.C. 872 more words


Impact's Di Vaio finishing his career in style

Two weeks ago, when the Impact released a terrific five-minute video of Marco Di Vaio’s career highlights, I had but one thought: it was a bit pre-mature. 939 more words


PST’s MLS Player of the Week: Comme il se termine pour Montréal

Oh, there were candidates, but could any of them top the Roman when it came down to it?

Marco Di Vaio’s classy brace in his penultimate home match for the Montreal Impact was splendid and emblematic of the player who’s become a hero in Montreal. 351 more words

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VIDEO: Nguyen's wonder-scoop goal sends Revolution to playoffs in style

Your move, again, Robbie Keane.

New England midfielder Lee Nguyen made another bid for the MVP award with a thrilling equalizer on Saturday.

Montreal’s Marco Di Vaio scored two great goals via clinical finishes to give the home fans another nice parting gift, but Kelyn Rowe and Nguyen made sure New England escaped Quebec with a playoff berth in tow after a 2-2 draw at Stade Saputo. 63 more words

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Impact's Saputo part of group looking to buy Bologna FC

The Impact may soon have a European connection: Bologna FC.

Impact president Joey Saputo confirmed Thursday that he is part of a group of investors whose offer to buy the 105-year-old Italian club was accepted by the team’s board of directors. 586 more words


Impact owner Joey Saputo: Retired Di Vaio to serve as 'ambassador' to MLS club

Montreal Impact star Marco Di Vaio has come forward to officially reveal his intentions for next season, as the Designated Player will retire after a soccer career spanning two decades. 272 more words

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