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Pro Soccer USA Aug 13, 2018

Toronto FC’s season could rest on Canadian Championship success

TORONTO — Brutal. That was the word Michael Bradley used to describe Ismael Tajouri-Shradi’s 88th-minute winning goal and the loss of momentum suffered by Toronto FC in its 3-2 defeat to New York City FC, which ended a six-match unbeaten run in all competitions. Others still lingering for postgame media duties, including coach Greg Vanney […] The post Toronto FC’s season could rest on Canadian Championship success appeared first on Pro Soccer USA.
Waking The Red Aug 10, 2018
Vancouver Whitecaps 2-2 Toronto FC: The good, the bad & the ugly

Vancouver Whitecaps 2-2 Toronto FC: The good, the bad & the ugly

A crusty pitch and an even drier performance. The Good At least we didn’t lose... Oso’s response to Vancouver’s penalty... the Whitecaps’ celebratory dance after Kei Kamara’s goal... Clint Irwin’s save on Alphonso Davies in the second half... Nick Hagglund had a strong game... at least we didn’t lose... Michael Bradley’s ball to Altidore in the first half (Jozy’s only contribution during the first 45)... give Tosaint Ricketts credit for pressuring Doneil Henry... Oso doing double-duty: scoring the lone TFC goal and helping Ashtone Morgan deal with Davies down the left...
Waking The Red Aug 1, 2018
Will the General lead TFC out of the basement?

Will the General lead TFC out of the basement?

Michael Bradley’s leadership has been behind much of TFC’s success in the past. I remember walking down Bloor Street with a friend in 2014 and running into Toronto FC captain Michael Bradley. I recognized him first by the scar on the back of his head, from a gash received during an aerial battle in a game against D.C. United. After a brief pause to get his head wrapped, he carried on playing and would later need 13 staples to seal the wound. As a lifelong hockey player, his “spit on it and keep playing” attitude toward the wound impressed me. At a red light I decided to introduce...
Waking The Red Jul 27, 2018
By the numbers: Toronto FC will need a miracle to make 2018 playoffs

By the numbers: Toronto FC will need a miracle to make 2018 playoffs

Even after the win in Chicago, things aren’t great. Not. Dead. Yet. That’s the caption Jozy Altidore put on a picture of himself and Michael Bradley, celebrating last weekend’s 2-1 win over the Chicago Fire, in an Instagram story this week. It’s a feeling that has been reflected a little bit throughout Toronto FC circles after the club’s first three-game winning streak of the season. It’s also true, to some degree. As poor as Toronto FC have been, the Eastern Conference playoff race is still as wide open as it has ever been. But as Toronto continue to get closer and closer to...

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