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Major League Soccer

Giovinco Fires Shots At Toronto FC Owners

One of Major League Soccer’s best players Sebastian Giovinco, has blamed Toronto FC’s ownership group for his departure from the club. “Management prefers to focus on things other than the pure desire to win.”

Giovinco ended his historic spell with Toronto FC on Thursday to make a lucrative move to Saudi Arabian side Al-Hilal, but the former Juventus attacker took to Instagram to set the record straight about his transfer.

“Toronto has been home to me and my family for almost 5 years. I arrived here from Italy in January 2015 and immediately felt something special,” began the 32-year-old.

Major League Soccer

Michael Bradley To Toronto FC

ESPN analyst Taylor Twellman has tweeted that Toronto FC are on the verge of signing US national team and AS Roma midfielder Michael Bradley.


Bradley has become surplus requirements at Roma after they signed Radja Nainggolan from Cagliari this week.

It has not been a good month for USA midfielders, as Bradley’s midfielder partner in midfield Jermaine Jones is also looking for a new club with MLS a possible destination for the Schalke man.

Major League Soccer

The Reds Ink Former MVP Guevara

On Wednesday, Mo Johnston and Toronto FC signed former MLS MVP Amado Guevara after negotiating for his rights from Chivas USA. Likely intended to he the offensive ying to Maurice Edu’s defensive yang, Guevara provides Toronto, perhaps the league’s worst offensive team, with some much needed attacking help.

Guevara’s MLS career has involved many accolades, but it has endured just as many controversies. NFL has its T.O., and in many ways, Guevara could be considered MLS’s version of T.O., or A.G. He is a remarkably talented player who, unfortunately, knows it.

The things Toronto fans should like?

  • Focal point of potent MetroStars offense for four years.
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Toronto FC 2008 Season Preview

Toronto FC

2007 Record: 6-17-7 (7th in East)

Coach: Mo Johnston (2nd Year) John Carver (1st Year)

Key Players: Maurice Edu, Marvell Wynne, Jeff Cunningham

Key Pickups: Julius James (Drafted 9th Overall), Pat Phelan (Drafted 10th Overall)

Key Losses: Chris Pozniak (to San Jose), Ronnie O’Brien (to San Jose)

2008 Outlook: Poor

No more Mo?

I miss seeing him on the sidelines already and the season hasn’t even started. Toronto fans can take solace in the fact he is still closely affiliated with the team, though now he makes decisions in the boardroom instead of on the pitch. Based on how the team played last year, that could be a good thing.