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Toronto FC fire Ryan Nelsen thanks to disappointing position and disparaging comments

With the club teetering on the edge of an Eastern Conference playoff spot, Toronto FC management has fired coach Ryan Nelsen, reports The Canadian Press… 358 more words

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"Gutted" Toronto FC rues blowout loss to New England

TORONTO, CANADA — This was not the year that Toronto FC would be talking about playoff-spot six-pointers in August, much less losing them.

But there was Bradley Orr, a former Premier League back, emotionally stung. 428 more words

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MLS Snapshot: Toronto FC 0-3 New England Revolution

One game, 100 words (or less): Through Jermaine Jones made his Major League Soccer debut, the drama of Saturday’s match was resolved before the U.S. international was subbed on. 745 more words

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MLS Weekend Preview: Derbies close weekend kicking off off at Sporting Park

Three national television games, two of which air on NBCSN, highlight another nine-match MLS match day, one which starts Friday at Sporting Park in Kansas City. 1,691 more words

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Lessons from 2010 say U.S. squad as much about opportunity, circumstances as youth

Young talents like Rubio Rubin, Emerson Hyndman, and Jordan Morris gave the latest U.S. Men’s National Team roster a quality we’re usually denied. Instead of a collection of established talents battling within the margins of their established skills, players who’ve yet to define themselves will tickle our imaginations in Prague. 843 more words


Breakdown: Fire at Toronto

T.J. Zaremba breaks down the Fire’s snatching a draw from the jaws of defeat.. 647 more words

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Strong USMNT presence in MLS signals the league's future structure

We have seen many U.S. men’s national team head down the MLS path in the past few years. Clint Dempsey leaving Tottenham for Seattle Sounders FC in 2013 was obviously one of the more notable additions to MLS, and this year, Michael Bradley exiting AS Roma to star on Toronto FC was another big move. 337 more words

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