The “worst team in the world” yet champions of Canada, four times in a row. Is there another club in global football that can literally claim to have not been defeated in their national championship in nearly four years?
Soccer in Ontario is about to be divided not perhaps as much by the “haves” and “have nots” as many have long feared but but the “wills” and the “will nots”.
This is TFC, and we should know by now that any lead is never safe.
Canada’s domestic cup championship may still be in its infancy but the fact that it has even been around as long as it has been is due to the efforts of a group of Canadian soccer fans.
Panama has not always been kind to Canadian soccer teams. There have been a number of changes in the Whitecaps regular starting eleven. Should Russell Teibert have been involved sooner for the Vancouver Whitecaps?
Many of the things that made KC successful against the Impact were re-enacted by Columbus on Sunday at Saputo Stadium, as the Crew held Montreal to a 1-1 draw.
Canadian national women’s team coach John Herdman is trying to introduce a new formation and is attempting to change the DNA of our soccer program from one of counterattack to useful, dangerous possession.
Only three matches in, but they’ve been unkind. Can Toronto FC’s young defender rise to the new challenge?
It might seem like nitpicking, but this is the level of attention that is required for Toronto FC to build on their first win of the MLS season. A 2-0 result would have been a fair one for TFC, who will take a great deal of confidence from their collective performance.