The win improves TFCA’s record to 2 wins, 8 losses, 4 ties for 10 points and a tie for fifth place in the seven team Great Lakes Division. This was their final game of the season.
TFCA’s record falls to 1 win, 8 losses, 4 ties for 7 points good for sixth place in the seven team Great Lakes Division.
TFCA picks up their first victory of the year and improve to 1 win, 4 losses, 0 ties. Riverhounds had won their first game of the season 2-1 on Tuesday in a home game against Dayton Dutch Lions. Their record falls to 1 win, 3 losses, 1 tie.
TFCA still haven’t scored in now their third game of the season. FC London sees their record improve to 2 wins, 0 losses, 1 tie.
As a former MLS coach of the year and MLS Cup-winner with DC United, Rongen doesn’t rule out a return to the touchlines. But for now he is more than comfortable developing the next generation of stars and home-grown talent in Toronto.