Leroux/Dwyer Fetus Declares For Canada

Kansas City, KS - The Sydney Leroux and Dom Dwyer fetus has announced its decision to represent Canada internationally in soccer during a global conference call hosted from the womb.

 "Why are we doing this again? I told my mom I just should have taken that job with TMZ."

"Why are we doing this again? I told my mom I just should have taken that job with TMZ."

"I am happy to announce that I have chosen Canada, and I couldn't be more proud," stated the fetus after introducing its team of agents.  "This is a monumental decision for me and I'm glad to have it out of the way. I hope to start the work forward to get Canada back on its feet in winning ways with regard to whichever team I end up playing for, mens or womens."

While Leroux and Dwyer were both unavailable to talk about the declaration today. Reportedly their fetus had a number of different options including Canada, the United States and England.

Victor Montagliani, the president of the Canadian soccer federation, was reportedly pleased stating, "What the hell are you guys talking about? GET OUT OF MY OFFICE."

The Nutmeg News will have more on this when the baby announces is sponsorship choice between Adidas and Nike.