The game in 100 words (or less): At long, long, long last, Toronto FC are, for all intents and purposes, are playoff team. Thanks to their 2-1 victory over the Montreal Impact in the 401 Derby at BMO Field on Saturday, the Reds find themselves up to fourth place and a full nine points clear of the playoff cut line with two additional games in hand on seventh-place New York City FC, … 399 more words
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By Neil Davidson
TORONTO — The travel-weary Montreal Impact will be missing some star power Saturday when they face Toronto FC in MLS play.
Marquee striker Didier Drogba (toe) and influential playmaker Ignacio Piatti (calf) did not feature in Montreal’s midweek Amway Canadian Championship loss in Vancouver and didn’t make the trip to Toronto. 631 more words
Buckle your seat belts, everybody, it’s time once again for Rivalry Week in Major League Soccer. (Yes, branding “rivalry week” is still somewhat annoying, but do you remember how great the actual games were last time around? 708 more words
Giovinco reveling in MLS rather than talking future; Morrow praises TFC's MVP as best DP he's played with
Considering sports fans rarely are content to live in the present, it’s no surprise that a feature on Sebastian Giovinco’s conquest of Major League Soccer talks a lot about what’s in store for the Toronto FC man’s future. 476 more words
Toronto FC Orlando City SC
1) Chris Konopka 22) Tally Hall
11) Jackson 27) Rafael Ramos
23) Josh Williams 78) Aurélien Collin
41) Ahmed Kantari 44) David Mateos… 225 more words