Three Questions for the 2017 Toronto FC Season

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From Last Word on Soccer, by Roy Emanuel It was a winter of great excitement and eventual frustration for Toronto FC in 2016, as the Reds reached their first-ever MLS Cup final. An incredible effort against the Seattle Sounders did not go as planned, but will certainly provide intense motivation for manager Greg Vanney’s side in […] READ MORE


Three Stories to Watch as Toronto FC take on Portland

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The atmosphere was electric at Saputo Stadium as Toronto FC outclassed the Montreal Impact. Confidence is high for the Reds. Also, kudos to the guy who managed to get on national television yelling, “Josssyyy you suck!” Here are three storylines to keep an eye on heading into Toronto’s game against the Portland Timbers. Three Stories […] READ MORE


Four Storylines as Toronto FC Win Over D.C. United

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Torontonians were left with in a depressing mood Saturday afternoon with the Blue Jays laying an egg against the Boston Red Sox, the Raptors losing their 7th straight playoff game, and the first day of the NHL playoffs with the Toronto Maple Leafs nowhere to be seen. Insult to injury? The high-potent offense of the […] READ MORE



Marky Delgado Facing Stiff Test for Time at Toronto FC

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Toronto FC midfielder Marky Delgado had a very successful season in his first year in Canada. Starting the season as an afterthought, he became an integral piece of head coach Greg Vanney’s line-up. Whether it was at fullback or attacking midfield, Delgado was a consistent performer. Last season, I got to speak to Delgado and […] READ MORE


Toronto FC still trying to earn respect in MLS

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Imagine children at school congregating at the field for a neighbourhood pick-up game. Then, the new kid arrives with his shiny boots and bright, fitted uniform, and then the game starts and new kid on the field is absolutely woeful in his skills. All the kids laugh and new kid is the laughing stock for […] READ MORE



Perspectives on Toronto FC’s Season

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It seems enough time has passed to soften the disappointment of an unsuccessful and bitter end to Toronto FC’s 2015 season. A broader perspective on the 2015 campaign may cast Toronto FC in a more positive light. Despite securing a first ever playoff spot on October 14th with a convincing 2 – 1 win over […] READ MORE



TFC Offseason: An Argument For Firing Greg Vanney

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(Editorial) – If nothing else, the 2015 Toronto FC team will go down as the first to make the MLS Playoffs. The club’s history is almost a comedy of errors: short lived coaches, big name/money Designated Players being called saviors then failing, and a team with a top payroll in MLS consistently finishing at the […] READ MORE