What happened to Fraser Aird?

Cavalry FC signs former Valour, FCE winger Fraser Aird – Canadian Premier League. Cavalry FC announced on Monday morning that the club has made its second new signing of 2022, inking Canadian international Fraser Aird to a deal for the upcoming CPL season.

What happened to Fraser Aird?

Cavalry FC signs former Valour, FCE winger Fraser Aird – Canadian Premier League. Cavalry FC announced on Monday morning that the club has made its second new signing of 2022, inking Canadian international Fraser Aird to a deal for the upcoming CPL season.

Who does Fraser Aird play for?

Cavalry FCFraser Aird / Current team (#7 / Midfielder)Cavalry Football Club, is a Canadian professional soccer club based in the Calgary metropolitan region of Alberta. The club competes at the top of the Canadian soccer league system in the Canadian Premier League, and plays their home matches at ATCO Field on the grounds of Spruce Meadows in Foothills County. Wikipedia

Who is Fraser Aird?

Fraser Aird (born 2 February 1995) is a Canadian professional footballer who plays as a winger for Cavalry FC. Aird has also played for the Canadian national team . Aird is a boyhood fan of his former club Rangers due to his Scottish, Rangers-supporting parents emigrating to Canada in 1987.

Who is Aird Aird?

Aird was named in the preliminary Canadian national team squad for the 2013 Gold Cup in the US, however he turned down a call up to the final squad and later in the same year represented Scotland under-19’s. Aird played twice for Scotland under-19 in friendlies scoring in 4–2 victory over Switzerland.

Who does Aird play for now?

Aird joined Valour FC of the Canadian Premier League on 24 January 2020. He made his debut for Valour on 16 August in a 2–0 loss to Cavalry FC. Aird scored his first goal for Valour in the following game against Atlético Ottawa, netting a penalty on 19 August.

What happened to Michael Aird?

In April 2014 it was reported that Aird was set to pledge his international allegiance to Canada and join the senior squad for friendlies against Bulgaria and Moldova in Austria the following month, a claim the player later refuted on his personal Twitter account by saying he was still undecided on his future. In May 2014 Aird joined a training