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denime
04-11-2009, 08:08 AM
Toronto's anchorman
PAUL ATTFIELD

TORONTO "In Carver we Trust" has proved a popular motto amongst Toronto FC fans since the Geordie coach took charge of the team last season, as the number of scarves emblazoned with the slogan proved at the home opener last weekend.
Of course, Carver himself is no stranger to faith you need it to be a Newcastle United fan these days but in a strange twist of fate, when he sends his first XI across the touchline to do battle every game, he places his into the hands of a man who once played for Sunderland, the Toon Army's hated Northeast rivals.

Read More (http://sports.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20090410.wspt-tfc-main-10/GSStory/GlobeSportsSoccer/home)


Cooper poses a threat for Toronto FC
John F. Molinaro

Kenny Cooper isn't terribly flashy, but he is a defender's worst nightmare.
What makes Cooper so dangerous is his ability to conjure goals out of nothing and single-handedly influence the game at a drop of a hat.
After finishing the 2008 Major League Soccer season as the league's second-best scorer with 18 goals, the FC Dallas striker has picked up where he left off a year ago, scoring twice in his first three games of the current campaign.

Read More (http://www.cbc.ca/sports/soccer/story/2009/04/10/sp-tfc-dallas.html)


TFC hype quiets
By LANCE HORNBY (lance.hornby@sunmedia.ca), SUN MEDIA

Toronto FC doesn't think one defeat means it has lost its mojo at BMO.
But when the Seattle Sounders came in last week and shut the team out in the home opener -- after weeks of hype about how visiting teams hate playing here -- it certainly was a jolt.
"A huge letdown for everyone, players, staff and fans in particular," coach John Carver said as the club prepared for its game today against FC Dallas.

Read More (http://www.torontosun.com/sports/soccer/2009/04/11/9081231-sun.html)



A developing story
Gerry Dobson

When Toronto FC entered the fray in 2007 one of the great hopes was that their player development program would pay dividends down the road.
Their system would churn out players that would not only help their own team, but by extension would help Canada as well. Or so the theory went. Progress can be painfully slow.
But something that went largely unnoticed this week might be a big sign that progress in fact is being made. The Dallas Cup is an annual spring tournament featuring top quality clubs from around the world from the U13 level all the way up to U19. Both Toronto FC and the Vancouver Whitecaps entered teams at the highest level. Two great stories here.

Read More (http://www.sportsnet.ca/soccer/blogs/2009/04/10/dobson_a_developing_story/)



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Shakes McQueen
04-11-2009, 08:12 AM
Nice article about Robbo from the Globe & Mail. They give the team the most fair and interesting coverage, by far.

- Scott

FluSH
04-11-2009, 08:19 AM
Nice article about Robbo from the Globe & Mail. They give the team the most fair and interesting coverage, by far.

- Scott


I have to agree the Globe & Mail is becoming my paper of choice... it always was during school... and it's my homepage on my comp.

spezz44
04-11-2009, 09:33 AM
what is with the ssg show some skin haha. mornin all, today is a big day.

InTheCrowd
04-11-2009, 10:14 AM
Good morning everybody! Let's hope we can add a "Easy win for Toronto FC" into that news pile today. Cheers!