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Walking the Red May 11, 2015

True Patriot Love: Dwayne De Rosario Was Canada's Most Iconic Player

The records, goals and championships come secondary, it's what Dwayne De Rosario did as an ambassador for the sport in this country that truly made him great. When Dwayne De Rosario came back to Toronto last year, he said he did so because he had "unfinished business" to which he wanted to attend. De Rosario never really finished that business, which is a touch surprising, because there wasn’t much that De Ro didn’t finish in his career. He finished 104 chances in Major League Soccer for the San Jose Earthquakes, Houston Dynamo, Toronto FC, New York Red Bulls and DC United, and 22...
Washington Post May 11, 2015

DC Sports Bog: Dwayne De Rosario, one time MLS MVP with D.C. United, retires

Dwayne De Rosario, the North American pro soccer legend who brought his talents to RFK Stadium for two-plus seasons has announced his retirement via an Instagram post. “Salute to all my fans/family who supported me throughout my #MLS career I am humbled by all your love & support. It was always a dream of mine to represent my family & community #Scarborough #Toronto #Canada to the best of my ability everywhere I played. Know that dreams come true,” the caption reads. “I’m excited for what’s next with my new role in MLSE as ambassador. Again, I #salute you all. @torontofc...
Washington Post May 11, 2015

Soccer Insider: Monday kickaround

*Dwayne De Rosario, one of the most accomplished players in MLS history, announced his retirement at age 36. He’ll become an ambassador for Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment, Toronto FC’s parent company. DeRo, the 2011 MVP with D.C. United, was let go by his hometown TFC over the winter and did not sign elsewhere. He is the Canadian national team’s all-time leading scorer with 22 goals, won four MLS Cups (two San Jose, two Houston) and was a six-time Best XI selection. He’s sixth on the career goal list (104) and 12th in assists (77).Read full article >>
Walking the Red May 10, 2015

Canadian Legend Dwayne De Rosario Announces Retirement

Toronto FC and the Canadian National Team's leading scorer will join Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment as an ambassador as he officially finishes his playing career. It is fitting that Dwayne De Rosario chose today of all days to announce his retirement. On the field, the two teams with which he identified the most were battling it out: the Houston Dynamo and Toronto FC. In Houston De Rosario will be remembered as a champion, while in Toronto he will be remembered as the home town boy. De Rosario also spent time with DC United, San Jose Earthquakes and the New York Red Bulls as he became...

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