TFC looking for revenge against the Revolution

TORONTO- Toronto FC will be looking for revenge on the New England Revolution who defeated them 3-0 just three weeks ago at the Gilette Stadium in Foxborough. The Reds go into Friday’s game coming off a 1-1 tie away to Montreal in the Canadian Championship but their last MLS game was that 3-0 loss to the Revs. Team news sees Michael Bradley suspended because of … Continue reading TFC looking for revenge against the Revolution

Toronto get 100th MLS win with convincing victory against DC United

TORONTO- Toronto FC remain top of the MLS after beating bottom table side DC United in a convincing 2-0 win last night at BMO Field. This win was Toronto’s 100th win in the MLS. The three Designated Players’ returned to the side for Toronto which meant Michael Bradley made his 100th appearance for the club. The Reds’ started the game off well, dictating the play … Continue reading Toronto get 100th MLS win with convincing victory against DC United

Toronto look to bounce back against struggling DC United

TORONTO- League leaders Toronto FC will be looking to bounce back from only their second defeat of the season when they host struggling DC United this Saturday at BMO Field. The Reds’ lost their last outing 3-0 away to the New England Revolution which was their second loss in 15 games. DC United are coming off a 0-0 draw against the LA Galaxy and have … Continue reading Toronto look to bounce back against struggling DC United

Giovinco leads Toronto to first home win of the season

TORONTO- Toronto FC picked up their first home win of the season last night when Sebastian Giovinco’s brace led the Reds’ to a 3-1 win over the Chicago Fire. One change for Toronto saw Marky Delgado replace Armando Cooper to make his first start of the season. Chicago were unchanged from the team which beat New England last weekend. Chicago started the game off dangerously, … Continue reading Giovinco leads Toronto to first home win of the season

Toronto look for their first home win this season against Chicago

TORONTO- Last season’s MLS Cup finalists are yet to win a game at home this season and have one win from their first six games and will be in search of a big win against away strugglers Chicago Fire. Chicago have lost six of their last seven away games in MLS, but have started this season off very well. The Fire are unbeaten at home … Continue reading Toronto look for their first home win this season against Chicago

Columbus end Toronto’s unbeaten run

COLUMBUS- Columbus Crew ended Toronto FC’s five game unbeaten run last night with a 2-1 comeback win over the eastern conference champions. Team news for the sides; Higuain and Afful returned to the starting lineup, while draft pick Hansen made his first MLS start. Will Trapp made his 100th MLS appearance. For Toronto, Raheem Edwards replaced Drew Moor which saw Morrow go to the back … Continue reading Columbus end Toronto’s unbeaten run

League leaders Columbus host Toronto

COLUMBUS- Toronto FC go in search of their second win of the season as they travel to Columbus to take on the conference leaders this Saturday. This is the first of three meetings between the two sides as not only do they battle for the league, they battle for the annual Trillium Cup. Toronto are unbeaten against Columbus since October 2015 when they lost 2-0 … Continue reading League leaders Columbus host Toronto