Danny Califf (footballer)
MONTREAL, CANADA - MARCH 16: Marco Di Vaio #9 of Montreal Impact moves the ball past Danny Califf #3 and Kyle Bekker #8 of Toronto FC during the MLS game at the Olympic Stadium on March 16, 2013 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Danny Califf is a proven defender in our league, and a player with a lot of character ... Our defenders are young and we expect Danny to provide important leadership as we change the culture of our team.
There’s a lot of people that could be unlucky. Doneil Henry, Danny Califf, all these guys. . . when X comes back, it’s: gee whiz there’s some competition. It’s not about losing your place, I have to pick a team that can try and win a game. Unfortunately there’s only 11 that can be on the field.More quotes »
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