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Will Richard Eckersley become a victim of TFC’s new fiscal responsibility?
Solving the player value puzzle and capology in MLS
The clock is ticking for Toronto FC
The Training Edge: La Pasiòn - what Canadians can learn from Uruguay
USL relationship a critical piece of TFC turnaround
The Twelfth Man: The Lifers
Across the Pond: September 22, 2013
Tim Leiweke hints at two big designated players for Toronto FC
Could Stefan Frei’s time at TFC be over?
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East Side Stand Up
Adrian Serioux
From the Black Hole
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The Voyageurs
Serie A
What Serie A could offer MLS
For two of Canada’s MLS teams, looking ahead to 2014 there will be questions raised as to who will be the focal point of their respective attacks. Toronto FC have been anemic for most of the season, however, Montreal have not had that issue as Marco Di Vaio has carried the load and propelled them to the top of the Eastern Conference. With Di Vaio’s future looking uncertain, and a huge void to fill at Toronto FC, Serie A is a resource both sides will likely explore in the coming offseason to either improve or maintain offensive output.
TFC Infographic
Infographic: TFC’s top 10 notorious footballers
The News   Impact gets bittersweet, hollow victory over Heredia as CCL campaign comes to a halt
The Montreal Impact’s CONCACAF Champions League hopes came to an end at Saputo Stadium Tuesday evening...   Lenhart named MLS Player of the Week; The 11 gives its nod to Carlyle Mitchell
Steven Lenhart is the MLS Player of the Week. In a weekend that was filled with braces (heck, Houston had two players on two-goal games, Camilo scored two as a substitute for...   CIS Wrap: For third straight week, No. 1 ranked school crashes to defeat
OK, there is no denying that getting to No. 1 on the CIS men’s soccer rankings is a massive jinx. Three weeks ago, the University of British Columbia didn’t even last a week at No. 1...   Fordyce apologizes to supporters after FCE outclassed by Minnesota
FC Edmonton was so badly outplayed by Minnesota United FC at Clarke Stadium Sunday, that Eddies’ forward Daryl Fordyce thought it was important to say his team was sorry...   Collin stays on the pitch after contentious elbow call, and SKC beats Toronto FC
With a nasty early autumn rain, traffic headaches on Lake Shore Boulevard because of road closures, and a team that’s already out of the playoff race as the main attraction, it was no surprise that BMO Field looked like a scene out of MLS, circa 1999...
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