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  1. Well, it looks like I have another question. More than 126 days went by, and Cabrera still isn't eligible: Am I missing something? Thanks!
  2. Thank you! I never realized I could hover the little "i". Thank you all for the help, that solves it!
  3. The file has been uploaded and is called Simon Boucher-Ruest - Montreal Impact. The players in the above screenshots are Evan Bush, Victor Cabrera and Stephen Eustaquio. Another example that could have been used, of a Canadian player, capped for Canada at youth levels (the opposite or Eustaquio), but still eligible for Italy is Alessandro Busti, playing for Juventus. Thanks!
  4. The Canadian guy was American before his first call up, it's what changed his nationality. And the portuguese guy appeared, but only for U21 so would be able to switch if he wanted to, but he declared. I'm really at a loss in here, trying to understand who I can get for the country and who I won't be able to get hahaha, I thought getting them the citizenship would do the trick, but apparently there's something more.
  5. Here's the one that's eligible: And here's the one that's not: From what I know, they should both be eligible, because when one guy could be eligible but decides to declare for a country, it usually shows up like that: So if anyone can help me understand this, it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  6. Thanks for your answers, but both players received the citizenship. It's why I can't quite understand why one would be eligible to play for the national team and not the other one. Both also never played for any national team, so it's not even a case where they would need to switch.
  7. Hello everybody, I'm wondering if someone knows why certain players are naturalized Canadians and can play for the national team, and some others cannot. Surely there's something more than the 3 years requiered to obtain nationality? It makes it hard to understand which guys will be able to play. Example: Evan Bush (Montreal Impact) is naturalized and able to play for Canada, yet Christian Techera cannot. Thank you!
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