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Ryan Nelsen says his team needs to be less sloppy in the back end, TFC loses two more players, while the Revs add two to make a push up the East ladder, Recapping Week 24, and a quick look at the CMNT TFC failed to gain more ground from teams above them in the standings and failed to move away from teams below them too.
TFC's Doneil Henry shoves Grant Ward of the Chicago Fire during their game on Saturday night at BMO Field.
The first match back at BMO Field in nearly a month was a raucous occasion - the fans were in fine spirits, the weather was an exceptional specimen of late summer, and, well, who does not love an evening at the Ex.
The Toronto FC fan section known as "The Red Patch Boys" take part in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge after being nominated by Tim Leiweke, president and CEO of Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment, during the halftime break at an MLS soccer game against the Chicago Fire in Toronto, Saturday, Aug. 23, 2014.
Toronto surrendered two separate leads Saturday and settled for a 2-2 draw with the Chicago Fire at BMO Field.
The less said about last weekend the better, as Toronto FC 's loss in Kansas City was a desperate disappointment for a team looking to challenge the upper echelons of the Eastern Conference.
Toronto FC new soccer players Jermain Defoe and Michael Bradley attend a news conference in Toronto, Jan.13, 2014.
Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston, above, says that in his mind, it's as if his offensive line has five, not four, starters returning, referring to Austin Barron's experience.
Toronto FC head coach Ryan Nelsen has confirmed that striker Jermain Defoe is ready to return for Saturday's home match against the Chicago Fire.
Yes, the latest VMP episode is out for your listening pleasure, reviewing the horrific Sporking TFC got in Kansas City and looking ahead to this week's Chicago game.
The court, located where East Scarborough Storefront's parking lot once stood, will give over 300 local youth the opportunity to play soccer, basketball, volleyball, tennis, badminton and hockey in a safe space.
Tim Leiweke, president and CEO of Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, speaks to The Empire Club of Canada in Toronto on Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2013.
The last couple of day's rumours, denials and half truths have now been officially cleared up.
Updated: Tue Aug 26, 2014 01:01 pm
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