Toronto FC held Real Salt Lake to a 2-2 draw on Saturday at Rio Tinto Stadium after homegrown player Jayden Nelson managed the equalizer in the 79th minute to earn his side a point. Nelson's goal also stands as his first ever in Major League Soccer. The 19-year-old is slowly...
SALT LAKE CITY – Real Salt Lake returns home to face Toronto FC this weekend after consecutive road fixtures. The fixture is poised to be a tightly contested battle between two clubs with intentions of contending for the MLS Cup in 2022. Toronto is currently sitting in the 7th...
Jonathan Osorio broke a tie in the second half and Toronto FC rallied for their first win under new coach Bob Bradley, defeating the visiting D.C. United 2-1 on Saturday. Toronto (1-2-1, 4 points) beat D.C. for the first time since June 17, 2017. United (2-2-0, 6 points) has lost...
CLEMSON, S.C.- Bryar Hawkins has been a major part of the Tigers' hot start to the season. After striking out five times in Clemson's Opening Day win over Indiana, Hawkins rebounded quickly and has been a key contributor as the Tigers have won the first 11 games of the season for the first time since 2002.
Toronto FC came as advertised Saturday in a 1-1 draw with FC Dallas, a work in progress under new coach Bob Bradley. Toronto, which has gone through wholesale personnel changes under Bradley, showed good and bad — looking disorganized on defence at times while displaying flashes of a free-flowing attack. And while it had more of the ball and offered some nice attacking buildup play, that did not translate into shots on target.
Former U.S. national team defender Steven Cherundolo is set to replace Bob Bradley as the second head coach in LAFC franchise history.
Toronto FC is ready to retool under new manager Bob Bradley with a pair of stars from Serie A. Transfer Talk: Toronto want to add Torino’s Belotti along with Napoli’s Insigne | ESPN. Former MLS player will become the 5th full-time head coach in club history. Report: Houston...
Zoom out on the Union’s 1-0 win over the New York Red Bulls after extra time in the opening round of the MLS Cup Playoffs Saturday, and the elements of a long run playoff run are there. Exacerbated by the Red Bulls’ decision to stalemate the game into a series of battles, it devolved into, as Jim Curtin eloquently summarized, “turnovers, mistakes, second balls, fighting, head balls, clearances, collisions – it was chaos.”