It’s not getting any easier for Ryan Nelsen and Toronto FC. The Reds have managed to stay undefeated at home through three games this season despite a daunting schedule that saw them take on first place Dallas (2-2 draw), second place Kansas City (2-1 win) and defending champion LA Galaxy (2-2 draw).
This stuff happens. At least that’s the message Ryan Nelsen delivered to reporters following Saturday’s 2-2 draw to the LA Galaxy.
Ryan Nelsen and Toronto FC will take to BMO field for the first time this season as they play host to the star studded LA Galaxy.no comments
Another coaching change, a roster overhaul and more empty promises. On first glance it looks like your average offseason for Toronto FC. Upon further review, however, this is very different.
Between injuries, suspensions and international call-ups, Mariner will have few options to choose from in tonight’s clash with Portland.
It has been quite the up and down season thus far for Toronto FC. So let’s get right too it:
What a week it’s been for Toronto FC. The week got underway with a 3-0 loss at the hands of the Philadelphia Union. Just a day later, forward Joao Plata left the team to go play back home in Ecuador with LCD Quito. Nick Soolsma followed him out the door on Wednesday.
Toronto FC welcome the surging Vancouver Whitecaps to BMO Field Wednesday as their grueling stretch nears its end. The Reds have had quite the busy schedule as of late, playing ten games in just five weeks since the international break. They have had both a weekend and a midweek game each of the past four weeks, continuing through this week and the next. Make no doubt about it, this takes a toll on the players.