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Waking The Red Aug 20, 2018
San Jose Earthquakes 1-1 Toronto FC: The good, the bad & the ugly

San Jose Earthquakes 1-1 Toronto FC: The good, the bad & the ugly

Too many faults to overcome the Quakes. The Good We won the Canadian Championship. Oops, wrong game... the match actually started on time. Maybe TFC home games can follow suit... the IPA ad at Avaya Stadium: “Beer Speaks. People Mumble. Speer Beaks. Meople Pumble”... the line of the match — Steven Caldwell describing Lucas Janson: “He looks pretty tasty.” Tasty?!... Toronto FC played very well, and held their defensive lines tight during the first 21 minutes... Alex Bono’s two saves in the first half... the build-up and passing that led to Janson’s goal... another shout-out to...
Waking The Red Aug 18, 2018
Predicting Toronto FC’s lineup against the San Jose Earthquakes

Predicting Toronto FC’s lineup against the San Jose Earthquakes

Missing a few key players, Toronto FC travel west in search of points. On Saturday night Toronto FC will be in San Jose, California to take on the Earthquakes, just three days after winning their third consecutive Canadian Championship. Toronto will be missing defender Chris Mavinga and striker Jozy Altidore for this one, both because of red cards in previous matches. For this match I think Greg Vanney will opt for the 4-4-2 diamond formation, as they will be missing a key centre-back in Chris Mavinga. Goalkeeper Alex Bono Bono got the night off on Wednesday, as Irwin started his fourth...
Pro Soccer USA Aug 14, 2018

David Villa has sights on Supporters Shield and MLS Cup title

David Villa made a triumphant return for New York City FC on Sunday afternoon at Toronto FC. In a typical Villa installment, the captain angled left on the dribble with a burst in the box and slotted a 15 yard shot past Alex Bono just 15 minutes into his reappearance as City recorded a 3-2 […] The post David Villa has sights on Supporters Shield and MLS Cup title appeared first on Pro Soccer USA.
Waking The Red Aug 8, 2018
How Sebastian Giovinco won the battle of the playmakers in Atlanta

How Sebastian Giovinco won the battle of the playmakers in Atlanta

Seba outclassed Miguel Almiron on the weekend. Saturday afternoon’s match-up between MLS title leaders Atlanta United and playoff-chasing Toronto FC was appealing for a number of reasons. Not only did it promise to be an entertaining and free-flowing match, with the final 2-2 result delivering upon this expectation, but the pedigree of the individual talent on show was undisputed. Atlanta striker Josef Martinez scored twice to move within two of the MLS record for the number of goals scored in one season, and Toronto goalkeeper Alex Bono pulled off a handful of stunning saves to keep...
Waking The Red Aug 4, 2018
Game thread: Atlanta United 0-1 Toronto FC (Live)

Game thread: Atlanta United 0-1 Toronto FC (Live)

Are the Reds back? Or is this a lopsided matchup? 45’ Atlanta United 0-1 Toronto FC — A decent half from TFC becomes a fantastic half as they take the lead on the cusp of halftime! Wonderful run into the box from Auro, who sends in a good flat pass across to Sebastian Giovinco. The Italian doesn’t miss from there. Not great defending by the Atlanta centre-backs, but still an excellent team goal from the Reds. A peach of a goal in ATL ⚽️#TFCLive | #ATLvTOR pic.twitter.com/nzh40YEpvh— Toronto FC (@torontofc) August 4, 2018 39’ — ALEX BONO. What an incredible point-blank...

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