In a season marred with disappointing results, TFC II head coach Jason Bent remains optimistic in his club.
In many ways Toronto is a great city. But for all of its merits there is one way Toronto is a cesspool and arguably the worst city in North America: the quality of its professional sports teams. Over the last two decades this town has put on a clinic in sporting ineptitude, leaving an entire generation with no recollection of a major North American championship.
Terry Dunfield’s two goals led Toronto FC to a 3-0 win over El Salvador’s Club Deportivo Aguila in CONCACAF Champions League play on Tuesday, even though there were barely any spectators there to see it.
Toronto FC’s 2-1 loss at BMO Field on Wednesday night has the squad out of the playoffs for a sixth consecutive season, and head coach Paul Mariner is not a happy man. An early header from Uruguayan midfielder Alvaro Fernandez followed by an incredible shot from veteran striker Chris Rolfe gave the Chicago Fire a […]
Toronto FC has one more chance to qualify for the elimination round of the CONCACAF Champions League and it’s against a team it hasn’t beaten all year.
For four years the Toronto FC faithful have been disappointed by the failure of the Reds to reach the post-season.
Tom Anselmi, COO of Maple Leafs Sports & Entertainment, wants supporters to know something – he’s sorry.
For Toronto FC there is very little left to play for. In front of a half-empty BMO Field, the Reds drew 1-1 with Real Salt Lake on Tuesday night, ending their chance of qualifying for the second round of the CONCACAF Champions League.
From the outset, TFC looked like a team prepared to play 90 minutes in its own half.
Going into the Windy City on Wednesday, Toronto FC knew they would face a tough battle against fellow playoff contenders the Chicago Fire.