Why I strongly feel that in spite of hardships and adversity facing them, Toronto FC will qualify for the group stages of the CONCACAF Champions League and will emerge as a stronger club from the experience in Nicaragua.
Some what I hope is perspective on the loss in KC on the weekend, the need for more pride in wearing the badge, stubborn tactics from our coach and the release of Dan Gargan.
Good Luck Tony Tchani
Why I think TFC supporters might regret the day that Tony Tchani left Toronto.
TFC Backs Up The Moving Van… Again
Thoughts on the two trades Thursday that have dramatically changed Toronto FC and set the stage for new signings once the transfer window opens.
Champions League Tickets – How Much?
I speculate as to how TFC will price CONCACAF Champions League tickets now that they have over 20,000 seats to sell and only three weeks in which to do it.
TFC Wins On A Day of Renewed Hope
My video blog discussing TFC winning versus Vancouver on a day of renewed optimism for the franchise with the addition of two new Designated Players.
Another Coaching Change? – And 2 DP’s?
Aron Winter to give up head coach role and Frings/Kouvermans arrive as DP’s. Just another average day for Toronto FC!
de Guzman Back With TFC
Julian de Guzman reportedly returns to TFC. Thoughts on why I feel that the club has been keeping too many details like this one too close to the vest.
The Myth of MLS Home Field Dominance
As the midway point of the MLS season nears for TFC I take a look at the home records of the Eastern Conference and learn that the Reds are not exactly out of it just yet. And I try to dispel the myth that MLS 2011 is a league with a true home field advantage.
Is Julian de Guzman Leaving TFC?
Rumours swirl about the immediate future of Julian de Guzman with Toronto FC. Why I think it might be the right time for him and TFC to part ways.