Toronto’s four major sports teams have now partnered to enhance the 19-year old Huddle Up anti-bullying campaign. After helping over 600,000 children since the program was created it now has a chance to impact people…
Dwayne De Rosario
With the international break coming to a close, this weekend will see many of Canada’s national team members back in action with their respective clubs.
Rolando Blackburn headed home the eventual game winner in the 38th minute and the Canadians could not recover as Panama won 2-0 on Tuesday in CONCACAF World Cup qualifying action.
Two of the top prospects in Canadian soccer will be making their international debuts during the second leg of FIFA World Cup qualifiers in October.
With last Friday’s trade of ex-Toronto F.C. captain Dwayne De Rosario, the unexpected departure has left a hole in coach Aron Winter’s squad and in the local community.
Toronto FC will try to dodge the elimination bullet on Saturday afternoon when they visit the Seattle Sounders at Qwest Field.
As Toronto FC captain Dwayne De Rosario scored his latest goal he let the front office know how he felt about his current financial arrangement with the team – he wants a pay raise.
The chances to get into the playoffs are vanishing for Toronto FC.
From the outset, TFC looked like a team prepared to play 90 minutes in its own half.
With just seven games left in the MLS season Toronto FC is going to have to start winning if they want to earn their first ever playoff berth.
TFC find themselves sitting just four points out of the playoff picture and they have not been helping their cause of late.