Toronto F.C. carried momentum from a record-setting season into a 2-0 win over the Sounders to win the MLS Cup, vengeance for last season’s finals loss. 106 more words
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2017 was, to put it lightly and intentionally avoid re-litigating the multitude of failures put forth by the U.S. national team, a turbulent year for Toronto FC and USMNT captain Michael Bradley. 491 more words
The game in 100 words (or
less more): For the first time in franchise history, Toronto FC are champions of Major League Soccer. The best team in the regular season, the last team standing in the postseason. 536 more words
Toronto FC is getting ready for the MLS Cup on Saturday, which marks their second straight trip to the championship game.
Toronto will be involved in a rematch from last year’s final where they faced the Seattle Sounders and lost 1-0 in a shootout. 148 more words
I really have STRONG FEELS about the Crew. I really don’t care about how the team actually performs, but when something is Not Right (and extremely damaging to the game in our country, not that MLS commissioner Don Garber gives one half of one fuck), it is Not Right. 1,444 more words
Michael Bradley didn’t hold back when asked about the Columbus Crew potentially being relocated to Austin, Texas, by their owner Anthony Precourt.