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December 7, 2022

CF Montréal Poaches Someone From Deloitte and Issues a Press Release, Part I

Gabriel Gervais

TIL Deloitte Canada had a former Canadian professional footballer in its partnership.

Gabriel Gervais, 45, who joined Deloitte of the Canadian variety in 2009 and was admitted into the partnership in 2019, played for the Montreal Impact (now CF Montréal in the MLS) from 2002-08 when the club was part of the United Soccer League. He helped lead the Impact to a championship in 2004 and was named to the USL Division 1 All-League First Team for six consecutive years from 2002-07. Gervais also earned USL Division 1 Defender of the Year three times. He scored seven goals during his career with the Impact, and he also made 11 appearances earned 11 caps between 2004-07 with Canada’s national team.

Gervais’ career as a Green Dotter officially came to an end yesterday as CF Montréal introduced him as the club’s new president and CEO. He posted this message on his LinkedIn page earlier today:

CF Montréal is winless in four games (0-1-3) so far this season in the MLS. Here’s a short video CF Montréal put together four years ago highlighting Gervais’ career with the Impact:

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