Toronto FC Thread

dark penguin

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I had a thread going about them last year. I watched the whole season, including their inaugural home game. I tried like hell to get to one of their home games, but whenever I was free to make the drive to Toronto(5 hrs from me), they were on the road.

Hopefully I'll get to one this year...looks like it'll be a great season.

So, yea..I'm a fan. :p
 

kobylka68

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6 Games unbeaten now. It's a huge improvement over last years team. Wish they built a bigger stadium, getting tickets is nigh impossible outside of scalpers.
 

dark penguin

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kobylka68 said:
It's a huge improvement over last years team.

This has probably been said to death by now, but I think one of the defining elements of their not-so-successful season last year was Sutton getting sidelined with the concussion. The constant cycling of less experienced goalkeepers was a gamble that did not pay off.
 

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Toronto FC plays at Houston Dynamo tomorrow. Should be an interesting match up.

It's good to see Toronto already have a much better start than last year. :)
 

kobylka68

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I'm still wondering what Toronto FC will do with Brian McBride since they have his rights. Trade him or keep him.
 

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I'm still wondering what Toronto FC will do with Brian McBride since they have his rights. Trade him or keep him.

I think that Toronto should keep him. Granted he's 35 years old, but I still believe he could be of value.
 
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