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Archives: Toronto FC

LeToux To RBNY Highlights Recent Trade Activity

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

When the MLS Summer transfer window opened at the end of this past June, the New York Red Bulls were determined to shore up their midfield on the offensive side and get that classic number ten midfielder and hoped to … Continue reading

New Coaches and Same Results for MLS Teams

Posted on by Robert Hay

For Toronto and Philadelphia, the “international break” was an opportunity for renewal and revival.  Both teams had miserable starts to the season but both still were in shouting distance of fifth place in the Eastern Conference.  For the Union, the … Continue reading

Shocking CCL QF Conclusion – Seattle Trounced, Galaxy Upset

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

There are always two sides to every story – in this case, with the knockout stages of the CONCACAF Champions League, there are two stories inside both legs. And in the case of two of Major League Soccer’s perennial strongest … Continue reading

MLS ’12 Preview – Toronto F.C.

Posted on by Earl Reed

TEAM: Toronto F.C. COACH: Aron Winter LAST SEASON: 6 – 13 – 15 = 33 points, 8th Place Eastern, 16th Overall TWITTER HASHTAG: #TFC Could the overhaul be nearing completion in Toronto? 2011 must have been a frustrating season for … Continue reading

New Look Reds Marching In? 3 Questions for Toronto FC

Posted on by Robert Hay

In my 2011 season preview, I predicted that Toronto would struggle for the first few months under its newest leadership structure (new general manager and head coach) but toward the end of the year start to look like a promising … Continue reading

FC Dallas 0-3 Toronto FC: TFC Progress in CONCACAF Champions League

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

What a turn of events for both FC Dallas and Toronto FC in this MLS Season and in the CONCACAF Champions League. While Dallas has qualified for the MLS Cup playoffs, their dip in form has started to generate questions. … Continue reading

Toronto Making a Move in the Eastern Conference

Posted on by Robert Hay

No road wins this season.  A minus 22 goal differential.  Six games lost where they gave up three goals or more, including a 4-0 loss and a 6-2 loss.  Nineteen points, the third lowest in the league.  More trades than … Continue reading

New York 5-0 Toronto: A Goal Stampede By The Red Bulls

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

It was the road trip from hell for the New York Red Bulls. Three draws and a loss as they continued to score goals but they couldn’t find a way to keep a point or the full three points. But … Continue reading

Pontius Puts DC in the Black Against the Reds

Posted on by Robert Hay

Tonight’s DC United/Toronto match-up was evenly matched on paper.  Both teams were in the middle of the Eastern Conference, rebuilding after disappointing seasons last year, and had new coaches building their team in their own image.  Once the whistle blew, … Continue reading

Dwayne De Rosario Traded To New York Red Bulls

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

New York Red Bulls and Toronto FC have made a major trade that sends Canadian International attacking Midfielder Dwayne De Rosario to the Red Bulls for Tony Tchani, Danleigh Borman and a first round pick in 2012. Ever since Amado … Continue reading

MLS ’11 Preview – Is Toronto the League’s Worst Team?

Posted on by Robert Hay

Team: Toronto FC Coach: Aron Winter Last Year’s Finish: 9-8-15, 35 points.  Eastern Conference: 5th Toronto’s offseason can be described in one word – tumultuous.  The team couldn’t win the media cycle because every time it had a positive offseason … Continue reading

Toronto FC Continues Its Befuddling Offseason with De Rosario Controversy

Posted on by Robert Hay

Toronto FC is the type of club that MLS would love to be successful.  They have a loyal and dedicated fan base, Toronto is a growing soccer market that hosted the 2008 All Star Game, and the team has a … Continue reading

Toronto FC Does the Unthinkable: It Listens to Fans

Posted on by Robert Hay

Have you ever questioned rooting for a team?  It doesn’t even have to be a soccer team – maybe you watch pro football or baseball, and your hometown/local team is just bad.  Because you love the sport and the team, … Continue reading

Great Performance By Marquez And Silent Revenge By Robinson Takes Down Fortress BMO Field

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

Everyone knows when you travel up to Toronto, Ontario, Canada you will have a tough time earning any form of points against this Toronto FC side at their fortress called BMO Field. The challenge for the Red Bulls was to … Continue reading

MLS Results: CONCACAF Champions League Week 1

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

Well I have to say that this was a very good week for MLS sides getting involved with the CONCACAF Champions League Group Stages. In the first week of competition we saw three of the four sides earn wins. Unfortunately … Continue reading

Lindpere’s Tally Was Enough To Be Five Points Ahead Of Toronto FC

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

Tonight was the second match of three within a week for the Red Bulls as they haven’t seen a league win in the last five. A strong Toronto FC side was coming to Red Bull Arena and looking to steal … Continue reading

Barrett Batters Chicago With Brilliant Brace

Posted on by Lars Lowther

Chad Barrett unleashed a force which is a sportsblogger’s (writer’s) dream today.  Not only did he produce 2 goals against the Chicago Fire, he produced instant corny material to be used in titles for articles. On a more serious note, … Continue reading

All Is Not Right in Toronto

Posted on by Lars Lowther

Toronto is not known for its successful sports teams these days.  The Maple Leafs, the Raptors, the Blue Jays, the Argonauts and of course, Toronto FC, all failed to make playoffs in their respective leagues last year.  Three (Leafs, Raptors … Continue reading