Some of the video thoughts on the game Wednesday night that saw Toronto FC defeat the Vancouver Whitecaps 3-2 ironically on a last second goal from former Whitecap Terry Dunfield.
TFC Back To Losing Ways On The Road
When you are playing the same starting eleven game after game on three days rest this is what happens as TFC loses 3-0 to Philly
In this video look back at the game I talk about the likely end of the Richard Eckersley at Centre Back experiment, how the brutal two games a week schedule is exposing for all to see the true lack of depth on this team and I address the increasing apathy that we are starting to see around this team.
TFC Getting Competitive On The Road
In this post game video blog I take a look back at the game in Dallas Wednesday evening that saw Toronto FC get a well deserved point away from home in a hard fought 1-1 draw.
Not A Win, But Not Bad. TFC 1 – NYRB1
The Red Bulls came to town, scored withing the first five minutes yet they did not leave Toronto with three points. It was not great, but it was not bad either. Toronto FC drew NYRB 1-1 in a competitive, if yet than than thrilling draw at BMO Field on Saturday.
Mariner Logs His 1st TFC Victory in Montreal
In this post game video blog I take a look back at what was perhaps Toronto’s most complete ninety minute performance of the season as the Reds defeated Montreal 3-0 at the newly renovated Stade Saputo.
TFC Draw at home to New England 2-2
In what was arguably a bigger disappointment than the draw in Houston the Reds blow a two goal lead in the 94th minute to drop yet more points at home on Armed Forces Day.
TFC Don’t Lose – But They Don’t Win Either
A video blog look back at the 3-3 draw between Houston Dynamo and Toronto FC & I ask if it was 1 point earned or 3 lost for the Reds
Mariner Starts Off With A Loss in KC
My post game video look back at an inauspicious start for Paul Mariner with a 2-0 loss in KC, plus a TFC player who seriously disrespects himself, the club & the fans
Mariner At The Helm for TFC
A look ahead at some of the more interesting story lines that might emerge starting Saturday in Kansas City as Paul Mariner officially takes charge of the helm for TFC and I propose three realistic goals for the Reds to measure success by for the rest of the season.
Winter Goes – Anselmi Stays
Why I feel Tom Anselmi is ultimately to blame for the mess that is Toronto FC