Some quick thoughts on TFC signing an academy player to the senior squad, the continuing fallout from the CONCACAF Champions League matches earlier this week and TFC gets screwed again my MLS by not following the FIFA calendar. Comments always welcome.
Country or Club? Club or Country? Why Not Both!
TFC Fans Need To Get Behind Team Canada! Ticket Information for Canada v Peru in September.
TFC Wins the Canadian Championship – Video Blog
As the game did not really matter too much last night I thought a video of how the fans in the south end celebrated from the first second of the match to the last would be worth seeing. Hope you all enjoy it.
Congratulations to Toronto FC, Champions of Canada.
Dickov Is Not Coming to Toronto FC – & Thoughts On The Kids
DeRo Knows The Way To San Jose – TFC Wins On The Road
In this video blog I talk about a cocky Chad Barrett, a strong TFC away win, an empty netter and of course the upcoming Voyageurs Cup game against the Whitecaps.
Comments always welcome
A Modest Proposal For The Voyageurs Cup 2011 & Beyond
A Modest Proposal to re-jig the future editions of the Voyageurs Cup Tournament for the Canadian Championship. Comments always welcome.
Can The TFC Academy Play Next Week? Toronto Wins the Canadian Championship
The CSA should allow the TFC Academy to play next week in the Voyageurs Cup. And Vancouver fans need to lose the feeling of entitlement they appear to be developing.
Whitecaps Fans Need To Move On from the “Montréal Miracle”
Why the Vancouver Whitecaps need to once and for all shut up about how the Voyageurs Cup was decided last season.
Comments as always are always welcome
Toronto FC v Whitecaps – Video Blog
I take a few moments to reflect on the draw tonight in Vancouver, why three games on the road without conceding a goal is a great accomplishment and why I don’t expect to hear a lot of whining from Whitecaps fans next week when the Impact runs out the scrubs.
Voyageurs Cup Math Part II, Champions League Preliminaries & All The Best to Zac Herold!
The path to the Voyageurs Cup gets clearer. CONCACAF tells Canada who they might end up playing in the qualifiers and Zac Herold retires at 17 due to illness.