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Walking the Red Jun 19, 2017
The good, the bad & the ugly: Toronto FC 2-0 D.C. United

The good, the bad & the ugly: Toronto FC 2-0 D.C. United

A committed couch potato’s view as the Reds return with a win. The Good John E. Sokolowski-USA TODAY Sports The schedule maker gifting us with D.C. United after the international break. It was just what TFC needed to ease back into the schedule… Alex Bono’s save late in the second half to preserve the clean sheet… the fans at BMO. The energy was palpable and the noise was stirring… Michael Bradley’s play throughout the game, but especially on the first goal. That entire move was set up by his positioning and vision… Drew Moor and Justin Morrow repeatedly...
Sportsnet CA Jun 7, 2017
TFC defender Morrow used U.S. team snub as motivation

TFC defender Morrow used U.S. team snub as motivation

Toronto FC’s Justin Morrow has finally earned a call to the United States national team after years of being ignored. The left fullback admitted he used the snub as motivation to improve.
Walking the Red Jun 4, 2017
Toronto FC’s Justin Morrow on USA’s 40-man shortlist for CONCACAF Gold Cup

Toronto FC’s Justin Morrow on USA’s 40-man shortlist for CONCACAF Gold Cup

The left-back has earned the attention of Bruce Arena. Turns out Bruce Arena has noticed Justin Morrow after all. The Toronto FC left-back’s continued absence from United States men’s national team selections has been mystifying to many at BMO Field, but he will be in contention for a place in the CONCACAF Gold Cup this summer. Morrow’s spot is not guaranteed, but he has made the 40-man shortlist submitted to CONCACAF from which Arena will select his final 23-man squad closer to the start of the tournament. With Jorge Villafana the established starter at left-back, Morrow is likely in...
Walking the Red Jun 4, 2017
The good, the bad & the ugly: New England Revolution 3-0 Toronto FC

The good, the bad & the ugly: New England Revolution 3-0 Toronto FC

A committed couch potato’s view of a humbling at Gillette Stadium. The Good Bob DeChiara-USA TODAY Sports The game is over… Alex Bono’s save on Juan Agudelo in the second half… Armando Cooper’s haircut. It’s about time… the pass from Victor Vazquez that led to Justin Morrow’s shot off the post… Cooper’s strike off the crossbar… we only have to wait a few weeks to exact revenge (return match is on June 23)… Kelyn Rowe’s hair. Not a strand out of place. Like a Ken doll. The Bad Bob DeChiara-USA TODAY Sports No Tosaint...
Walking the Red Jun 3, 2017
New England Revolution 3-0 Toronto FC: Diego Fagundez puts paid to Reds’ unbeaten run

New England Revolution 3-0 Toronto FC: Diego Fagundez puts paid to Reds’ unbeaten run

A poor defensive performance is punished at Gillette Stadium. After eight MLS matches without a defeat, Toronto FC have finally been beaten. There is not much competition for the Reds’ worst defeat of the season so far, but their 3-0 reverse at the New England Revolution was it. Benjamin Angoua gave the Revs the lead from a drilled Lee Nguyen corner in a first half full of chances that were not taken. Toronto had good looks of their own, with Victor Vazquez heading just over from a Raheem Edwards cross and Justin Morrow hitting the post from close range, but they were regularly exposed at...
Walking the Red May 31, 2017
Toronto FC 4-0 Ottawa Fury: Endoh books Reds’ place in Canadian Championship final

Toronto FC 4-0 Ottawa Fury: Endoh books Reds’ place in Canadian Championship final

The Reds will play to defend the Voyageurs Cup after an eventually comfortable win at BMO Field. Tsubasa Endoh scored one goal and created another to help book Toronto FC’s place in the Canadian Championship final with a 4-0 win over the Ottawa Fury. The Fury visited BMO Field with a 2-1 lead to protect and got off to an excellent start, with Ryan Williams testing Clint Irwin from inside the box in the opening minutes. A first-half substitution by Greg Vanney swung the momentum Toronto’s way, however, and Endoh - pushed into a more advanced position - crossed low for Justin Morrow to...
Walking the Red May 31, 2017
Vazquez & Edwards among eight Toronto FC players in MLS All-Star Game voting

Vazquez & Edwards among eight Toronto FC players in MLS All-Star Game voting

An essentially meaningless exercise, but here it is. The eight Toronto FC nominees for the MLS All-Star Game Fan XI have been revealed! This means essentially nothing... While the players named to the Fan XI are not guaranteed a spot on the gameday roster, the outcome of fan voting is taken into consideration as the 22-man roster is decided. ...but it is a thing, so here we are. Your TFC choices are Alex Bono, Nick Hagglund, Justin Morrow, Michael Bradley, Raheem Edwards, Victor Vazquez, Jozy Altidore and Sebastian Giovinco. Each club has eight nominees and fans can vote for 10 members of...
Walking the Red May 30, 2017
Photo Essay: Toronto FC dominate Columbus Crew

Photo Essay: Toronto FC dominate Columbus Crew

Photos by Waking the Red photographer Tagwa Moyo (@UrbanUrkell on Instagram and Twitter). Toronto FC won the Trillium Cup in emphatic fashion last Friday, cruising to a 5-0 victory over the Columbus Crew. Victor Vazquez had a pair of goals while Justin Morrow, Jonathan Osorio and Jordan Hamilton also scored for TFC. The win matched the biggest in club history, and extended the team’s unbeaten streak to eight games. Here are Tagwa Moyo’s best photographs.
Walking the Red May 28, 2017
Rate the Reds: Victor Vazquez’s sparkling display earns man-of-the-match honours

Rate the Reds: Victor Vazquez’s sparkling display earns man-of-the-match honours

Two goals and all-round excellence. It was top marks for almost everyone after Toronto FC’s 5-0 win over the Columbus Crew, but there was nevertheless a clear standout performer. You voted Victor Vazquez into a big lead ahead of Tosaint Ricketts for the man of the match award after a sparkling display at BMO Field, with coach Greg Vanney also rating highly after taking full advantage of the Crew’s surprisingly attacking outlook. Justin Morrow, Michael Bradley and Jordan Hamilton also impressed, while at the other end of the spectrum Marky Delgado was punished in the voting for his late...

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