It came to a merciful close on Saturday, leaving TFC in third-to-last place, only two points better than the expansion San Jose Earthquakes and David Beckham’s L.A. Galaxy.
The Canadian Soccer Association’s board of directors meet in Toronto this weekend to continue their recent effort to run the game into the ground.
First things first with Maurice Edu. There is no packed bag sitting by the door. He is not fielding daily offers from England. He has no immediate plans to decamp Toronto for big money in Europe.
The good news is Europe has noticed Major League Soccer. That’s the bad news, too.
The former captain of Canada’s senior men’s soccer team has added his voice to those calling for the dismantling of the Canadian Soccer Association.