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Source confirms Jermain Defoe to stay with Toronto FC

TORONTO – Jermain Defoe is staying in Toronto, despite reported interest Monday from several English clubs on transfer deadline day.

A source said the unsettled Toronto FC striker, currently sidelined with a groin injury, is staying put. 87 more words

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Toronto FC is Tim Bezbatchenko's team now as Ryan Nelsen loses power struggle

TORONTO — It was the worst and lowest-paying job offer on the table.

Manager Ryan Nelsen and five assistant coaches are gone. And a question mark looms over star striker Jermain Defoe’s future. 1,968 more words

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Ryan Nelsen loses power struggle at Toronto FC

TORONTO – It was the worst and lowest-paying job offer on the table.

But Ryan Nelsen said yes to Toronto FC in January 2013, reckoning he could learn more from trying to resuscitate a perennial MLS loser than sit on a bench as an assistant coach at an English Premier League club. 1,759 more words

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Jermain Defoe will stay with Toronto FC despite interest in England: source

TORONTO — After a weekend of discontent, Toronto FC finally got some good news Monday with word that unsettled England striker Jermain Defoe was staying put, according to a source. 511 more words

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English clubs line up for Jermain Defoe after TFC coaches fired

TORONTO – English clubs are reportedly lining up to sign unsettled Toronto FC striker Jermain Defoe.

The Daily Telegraph reports Arsenal has joined the Premier League suitors to sign Defoe, possibly on loan. 382 more words

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English clubs line up for Jermain Defoe

TORONTO – Jermain Defoe is staying put with Toronto FC after the MLS team turned down several transfer offers, including a club-record bid, for the England striker. 788 more words

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MLS weekend roundup: Revolution down Toronto FC, D.C. United rolls on

Another weekend of MLS matches are in the books, and listed below is a short recap for each of the nine matches that occurred.

Sporting Kansas City 1-3 Houston Dynamo: Will Bruin, David Horst and Ricardo Clark scored for Houston, as Dom Dwyer notched a goal for the opposition in an NBC-covered MLS match ( 721 more words

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