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Op-Ed: TFC must continue building squad despite Giovinco/Altidore move

Some things never change. Broccoli will always remain unappealing, society will never be fully satisfied with the weather, and major Toronto sports franchises will continue to break the hearts of millions, nationwide.

Steven Gerrard & Liverpool decide to part ways at the right time

April 27, 2014, will sit in Steven Gerrard’s mind for the rest of his life. Of all the 695 club appearances and 180 goals scored, Gerrard will look back at this sunny afternoon at Anfield as the turning point in his career.

Op-Ed: Call in Whitecaps game so bad it is a 'black eye' for the MLS

I don't reckon it's the end of the world but it is the end of my Major League Soccer experience. Okay, for the foreseeable future. The call that gave Dallas FC a win in their playoff against Vancouver Wednesday night was so bad it does that, and more.

Highest-paid player in Major League Soccer has never played a game in the league

Former FIFA World Player of the Year Kaká is the new highest-paid player in Major League Soccer and will make $7.2 million this season.

Philadelphia torments TFC in transition & exploit a flawed system

Toronto FC’s third defeat in seven days has created fear for a fan base praying to see their club make its first playoff appearance in franchise history.

Toronto FC dominate midfield but the Impact lacked a gameplan

Toronto FC snapped their four-game winless streak with a convincing victory over Frank Klopas' Montreal Impact at Saputo Stadium.

Sporting KC's clinical finishing sinks Toronto FC at BMO Field

In a high-octane match between two Eastern Conference contenders, 10-man Sporting Kansas City came from behind to defeat Toronto FC.

Olsen outwits Nelsen as D.C. United end TFC's unbeaten streak

Toronto FC’s tactical flexibility has been questioned on several occasions this season. Ryan Nelsen’s reluctance to stray away from his preferred 4-4-2 is odd, but the return of Michael Bradley, and a congested fixture list forced his hand.

Yallop's tweaks earn the Chicago Fire a vital point against TFC

In the opening 45 minutes, you could question whether either side was seeking maximum points at Toyota Park. Toronto FC’s quick counterattacks were non-existent, and Frank Yallop’s Chicago Fire found it difficult to find their rhythm against Reds.

Cahill and Gilberto see TFC and the Red Bulls play to a draw

Toronto FC and the New York Red Bulls shared a point in a fairly open football match at Red Bulls Arena. Ryan Nelsen and Mike Petke utilized similar systems, but oddly neither side cancelled each other out.

Defoe's penalty sees TFC punish San Jose for poor start

It appears that Toronto FC’s philosophy under Ryan Nelsen won’t alter this season. TFC dominated possession in the opening half of their showdown with the San Jose Earthquakes, but endured the same issues that have hindered their approach this season.

Toronto FC acquire Dominic Oduro in exchange for Alvaro Rey

Toronto FC made another significant transfer move this week, acquiring Ghanaian attacker Dominic Oduro from the Columbus Crew in exchange for Alvaro Rey.

Impact nullify Toronto FC's strengths to claim Canadian Cup

Toronto FC’s five match unbeaten run heading into the second leg of the Amway Canadian Championship final would normally strike fear into the Montreal Impact.

David Villa signs with Major League Soccer club New York City FC

Spanish international striker David Villa will join Major League Soccer expansion club New York City FC on a three-year deal.

Nelsen's attack-minded changes sees TFC lift the Trillium Cup

Despite a gradual improvement in results this season, Ryan Nelsen has made it difficult to overlook Toronto FC’s performances.

Sporting KC outplay 10-man TFC but the Reds still earn a point

Sporting Kansas City’s team sheet suggested that Toronto FC were favoured to upset the reigning Major League Soccer champions at Sporting Park.

Landon Donovan omitted from 23-man U.S. World Cup squad

Controversy follows team selections. Managers are hired and responsible for making key decisions that we may not like, but they often have a logical explanation behind their selection.

Toronto FC's Defoe shines as quick transitions sink Red Bulls

Jermain Defoe’s week couldn’t get any worse. The Toronto FC striker was named a stand-by player in Roy Hodgson’s 30-man England provisional squad earlier this week, as his World Cup dreams are on the cusp of being shattered.

TFC trades Issey Nakajima-Farran to Impact for Collen Warner

Days after scoring the game-winning penalty that ensured Toronto FC advanced to the Amway Canadian Championship final, Issey Nakajima-Farran was dealt a heartbreaking blow.

Joe Bendik's second half heroics lift Toronto FC past Whitecaps

With all the positive aspects associated with the arrivals of Jermain Defoe, Michael Bradley and Julio Cesar, Toronto FC has been forced into making a few sacrifices.

FC Dallas' set-piece efficiency trumps TFC at Toyota Stadium

Ryan Nelsen’s persistence on aligning Toronto FC in a 4-4-2 has been a major talking point throughout his second year at the Canadian club.

Colorado's narrow-minded approach sinks TFC at BMO Field Special

Toronto FC suffered their second defeat of the season against the Colorado Rapids in a dull encounter at BMO Field. Poor field conditions can be held accountable for the lacklustre showdown, but the match was also dire from a tactical perspective.

Ryan Nelsen's tactical modifications guide TFC past Columbus

One of the various characteristics an elite manager possesses is the ability to identify and correct errors that their side encounters.

Real Salt Lake's midfield superiority sinks Toronto FC

Toronto FC’s fairytale start to the Major League Soccer season reached its conclusion Saturday night. A trip to Rio Tinto Stadium –– a venue that TFC has failed to record a victory in –– was the ideal platform to test the Toronto club’s crede

Beckham's Major League Soccer group unveils stadium design

Miami - David Beckham revealed design plans for a new state-of-the-art football stadium he hopes will be the eventual Miami waterfront home of his Major League Soccer franchise.The English football icon unveiled plans for the open-air stadium with a design tha...

Undefeated TFC finds balance in home opener win over D.C. United

Jermain Defoe and Michael Bradley stole the headlines once again in Toronto FC’s slender 1-0 win over D.C. United at BMO Field.

Defoe and Bradley display their class in victory over Sounders

In a match that lacked creativity and guile, Toronto FC’s marquee signings, Jermain Defoe and Michael Bradley issued an emphatic statement to their Major League Soccer rivals at CenturyLink Field.

Beckham faces 'biggest challenge in sports'

Miami - David Beckham has been told he faces "the biggest challenge in sports" in trying to resurrect a football team in Miami -- from the manager of the club that folded.

Beckham to build 'global' club in Miami

Miami - David Beckham plans to bring football back to Miami, hoping his personal fame and fortune will help him build a new Major League Soccer team of truly global stature.

Beckham 'at home already' in Miami

Washington - David Beckham has declared himself "at home already," with the former football star poised to confirm on Wednesday that he will own a Major League Soccer team in Miami.
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Ryan Johnson jumps over top of former Red Dan Gargan and heads the ball towards goal. It was as clos...
Ryan Johnson jumps over top of former Red Dan Gargan and heads the ball towards goal. It was as close as TFC got to tying the game as the ball bounced off the base of the near post
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TFC forward Reggie Lambe celebrates his second goal of the afternoon with his teammates Joao Plata (...
TFC forward Reggie Lambe celebrates his second goal of the afternoon with his teammates Joao Plata (right) and Ashtone Morgan (left)
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Chivas USA goalkeeper Dan Kennedy stops Danny Koeverman s flick at goal in the second half
Chivas USA goalkeeper Dan Kennedy stops Danny Koeverman's flick at goal in the second half
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DC United Captain Dwayne De Rosario celebrates a 2-0 win with his teammates against his old team at ...
DC United Captain Dwayne De Rosario celebrates a 2-0 win with his teammates against his old team at BMO Field. In the background frustrated Toronto FC forward Ryan Johnson walks off the pitch
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Henry keeps the ball away from Toronto FC forward Peri Marosevic
Henry keeps the ball away from Toronto FC forward Peri Marosevic
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TFC s Julian de Guzman moves the ball between two Colorado Rapids midfielders
TFC's Julian de Guzman moves the ball between two Colorado Rapids midfielders
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Johnson makes one of his many runs in Saturday's game and is closely watched by Chivas defender James Riley
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Torsten Frings joins his teammates to celebrate Koevermans  first goal of the match
Torsten Frings joins his teammates to celebrate Koevermans' first goal of the match
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FC forward Ryan Johnson (centre) finds an opening while being surrounded by Revolution players
FC forward Ryan Johnson (centre) finds an opening while being surrounded by Revolution players
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Henry taunts TFC fans after his game-tying goal
Henry taunts TFC fans after his game-tying goal
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Koevermans leaps over fallen Revolution defender Franco Coria
Koevermans leaps over fallen Revolution defender Franco Coria
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Fire s Gonzalo Segares celebrates with a fist pump in the air after drawing his team even in the fir...
Fire's Gonzalo Segares celebrates with a fist pump in the air after drawing his team even in the first half just over a minute after TFC took a 2-1 lead
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Toronto FC striker Ryan Johnson (middle) and Chicago Fire Jalil Anibaba chase down a ball in the air...
Toronto FC striker Ryan Johnson (middle) and Chicago Fire Jalil Anibaba chase down a ball in the air in a match at BMO Field Saturday afternoon. Chicago prevailed with a 3-2 win prolonging TFC's woes to start the MLS season with a sixth straight loss
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Koevermans (left) celebrates his game-tying goal in the 83rd minute on Saturday
Koevermans (left) celebrates his game-tying goal in the 83rd minute on Saturday
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TFC striker Danny Koevermans (left) jumps up and does a fist pump in celebration of his first of two...
TFC striker Danny Koevermans (left) jumps up and does a fist pump in celebration of his first of two goals in the match
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Many TFC supporters came out to watch former captain De Rosario play against his old club. Fans stil...
Many TFC supporters came out to watch former captain De Rosario play against his old club. Fans still remember him fondly and wish he had never been traded away
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