Toronto Football Club Academy graduate Antonio Carlini is ready to help his team succeed in the Major League Soccer NEXT Pro inaugural season when it begins in April.
Toronto FC II
More Canadians have found opportunities in soccer since Canada’s most recent success on the national stage and goalkeeper Luka Gavran is no different.
In a season marred with disappointing results, TFC II head coach Jason Bent remains optimistic in his club.
Canada and Louisville City FC soccer player Mark-Anthony Kaye is keen to learn from and challenge his team mates for a regular starting mid-field spot on the national team.
TFC II are unbeaten against Louisville City FC and Charlotte Independence, the United Soccer League’s top two Eastern Conference teams this season.
After spending the 2014 season developing players in the USL Pro league in Wilmington, North Carolina, Toronto FC will now have its own team playing out of Vaughan, Ontario, called Toronto FC II.