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RedNation video interviews: Canada v Mauritania part II
A boatful of Payneful truth
Urruti trade confirms power shift at TFC
Tattica: Can Floro make scoring a priority?
Canada held scoreless in Floro's debut
Herdman signs extension until 2020, Mexico Friendly announced
'Era’ has become a cliché at Toronto Football Club
XI out of 10: Canada 0–0 Mauritania
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Andrea Pirlo
Could Andrea Pirlo be TFC’s next Designated Player?
It’s a bold headline, I know. Trust me when I say, stranger things have happened in this league. During a conference call regarding the departure of Toronto FC president Kevin Payne, MLSE head Tim Leiweke hinted at a potential signing from Italy. His actual response was a blunt “Yes” when asked by Anthony Totera if he was looking to sign an Italian Designated Player, catching many off guard; an Italian DP at Toronto FC? There are very few players who could fit the bill.
Atiba Hutchinson
Simeon Jackson
The News   Montreal’s Di Vaio named MLS Player of the Week
He scored twice and drew the penalty that changed the game. He re-took the MLS overall scoring lead...   Urruti traded away from TFC less than a week after Payne leaves the team
Boy, you get the feeling that the drawn out pursuit of Argentine forward Maximiliano Urruti was a Kevin Payne pet project, don’t you?   CIS wrap: UBC’s 27-game undefeated streak comes to an end
You’d be hard pressed to find a larger upset in any Canadian university sports league this year. Not in football. Not in basketball. Not in volleyball, curling, hockey or wrestling...   Impact scores four against 10-man Revs
Needing a road victory for the first time since early June in order to maintain it grasp on a third of the top rung on the MLS Eatermn Conference ladder, the Montreal Impact put all the pieces in place to defeat the New England Revolution...
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