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FC Edmonton signs former Toronto FC goalkeeper

Former Toronto FC goalkeeper Chris Konopka has joined FC Edmonton of the North American Soccer League.

The 31-year-old New Jersey native spent time with Philadelphia, the New York Red Bulls and Kansas City but started just two MLS games before a breakthrough 2015 that saw him start 22 games for Toronto. 160 more words


Soccer Today! On SPN Radio February 10th 2017 TFC And MLS Talk With Rudi Schuller

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Guest Today: Rudi Schuller of The Sporting News

The world of football with a soccer perspective, this is Soccer Today! with Duane Rollins and Kevin Laramee… 30 more words


MLS Ticker: Borchers retires, Irwin re-signs with Toronto and more

One of the most reliable center backs in recent MLS history has decided to hang up his boots after 14 seasons in the league. Nat Borchers, who played the last two seasons with the Portland Timbers, … 573 more words

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MLS Ticker: Atlanta sign Martinez to DP deal, Timbers add Blanco, and more

Atlanta United has been not-so-quietly building a serious team down south, and their latest addition only¬†confirms that if you’re not paying attention, you should probably start. 1,132 more words


MLS Ticker: Van Damme becomes DP, Grella sidelined, and more

The LA Galaxy entered Wednesday with one vacant Designated Player slot, and they ended up filling it with one of their own.

The Galaxy announced on Wednesday that signed centerback Jelle Van Damme to a contract extension that made him a DP. 494 more words

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Soccer Today! on SPN Radio-February 1st 2017 with Julian De Guzman and Evan Ream

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Guests Today: Julian De Guzman, Retired Captain of the CanMNT, Ottawa Fury, TFC and more and new Assistant Coach of the Ottawa Fury and Evan Ream of the Davis Enterprise to talk about the mess in Sacramento concerning the Sacramento MLS Expansion bid and their owners. 53 more words


Toronto FC captain Bradley 'sad and embarrassed' about Trump's travel ban

U.S. soccer captain Michael Bradley says he is “sad and embarrassed” by President Donald Trump’s travel ban.

Bradley, who is also Toronto FC’s skipper, took to Instagram to add to comments made earlier in an interview with Sports Illustrated’ Grant Wahl. 429 more words