|Full name||Edward Cant|
|Age||80 years and 59 days|
|Position||Coach, former forward|
|Current team||Once Toques|
|Youth team||Edmonton Vikings|
|3 (15) - 6 (18)||Edmonton Vikings||51||(30)|
|7 (19) - 13 (25)||Barrington Barons||96||(124)|
|13 (25) - 15 (27)||Dark Moor||33||(23)|
|14 (27) - 16 (29)||squadra goaletta||31||(19)|
|17 (29) - 20 (32)||Sport Alianza||35||(6)|
|21 (33) - 24 (36)||Once Toques||41||(42)|
|24 (36) - 31 (43)||Once Toques|
|Appearances and goals counted for competitive matches only.|
Scoring 30 goals in 51 competitive matches caught the attention of Barrington Barons, which payed the astronomical sum of 7 000 000 € for the transfer. Cant's career changed completely then. He won five Canadian Leagues, one Canadian Cup and became two times top scorer of the All Canadian League.
Cant was also selected by National Team in preparation for the World Cup III in Nederland, but he only played friendlies because Neil Pemberton was prefered over him for the competitive and World Cup matches. Following this, Cant was removed from the National Team.
Barrington Barons sold him on global season 25 and his career become more discreet. He played in Spain, Belgium (he won one league in division VI), Perú and he finally finish his career as a player in Colombia, where he won his last league and scored 42 goals in 41 competitive matches, although his age.
After he hung it up in Once Toques, he started coaching but he didn't get any big trophy.
It is rumoured that Ed Cant didn't get all the success his teammate Herman Ife had, and claimed that he lived in Ife's shadow, being unnoticed and ignored. Not much is known of him, he apparently would have married in Belgium with a young model.
- 1 VI.792: Season 15 (28)
- 1 VI.788: Season 22 (35)
- 2 All Canadian Top scorer: Seasons 8 (20), 9 (21)