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    I cant get over the second goal celebration i think those flares were awesome guys! Cant stop watching videos of the stadium erupting

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    Quote Originally Posted by tfcfan2011 View Post


    The Canadian Championship winner. Starts with a Bradley steal, Vazquez through ball, Edwards to Giovinco for some last second heroics. Magic.

    Shit the roar in the crowd after that goal, unreal!

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    Great video from MLS on the cup final....


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    Quote Originally Posted by carnifex2005 View Post
    Great video from MLS on the cup final....

    WOW, this is great!

    Plus at the celebration melee what's forming over Victor, is amazing how higher Hagglund is jumping than everyone else!
    Just watch it, lol...

    Edit after rewatched twice:
    THIS VIDEO IS EPIC!

    By far the best I saw about TFC's Cup winning!
    Last edited by PizzaEatingYeti; 12-16-2017 at 06:45 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Auzzy View Post
    Shit the roar in the crowd after that goal, unreal!
    TSN actually did a decent job of pointing a mic at the crowd that day.
    Unlike the poor job they did at this year's final.
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    The American Spanish network Univision’s call Of this years final , the crowd comes up sounding louder and the excitement in the play by play guy’s voice is so much more exciting to hear , I don’t mind Luke Wildman but unfortunately there is no comparison to the Spanish language guy’s call.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoccMan2 View Post
    The American Spanish network Univision’s call Of this years final , the crowd comes up sounding louder and the excitement in the play by play guy’s voice is so much more exciting to hear , I don’t mind Luke Wildman but unfortunately there is no comparison to the Spanish language guy’s call.
    I could easily watch Univision's call of this year's cup final, over and over and over again.
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    Athough the in stadium attmosphere was amazing and it will equal any of the big 3 sports teams in in stadium atmosphere if any of those big 3 teams won a championship in their arenas and stadium, I found the outside stadium celebration to be a bit underwhelming. I left BMO about 45 minutes after the final whistle and it wasn’t as crazy as I would have imagined it if TFC would have ever won the MLS Cup at home. Even walking through Liberty Village was not as celebratory as I thought, walking a long King Street it was pretty quite , I thought I would hear and see some honking and flags but I saw nothing. Moreover , on my way home up Bathurst Street all the way north to Steeles, nothing not one car flag or any evidence of a TFC MLS Cup win,not even the odd car flag or anything. Moreover, you walk into any sports clothing store and finding any TFC championship merchandise is like trying to find gold in my garden . It just shows that TFC is still a very niche team that has its followers but hardly anything outside of the niche following.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoccMan2 View Post
    Athough the in stadium attmosphere was amazing and it will equal any of the big 3 sports teams in in stadium atmosphere if any of those big 3 teams won a championship in their arenas and stadium, I found the outside stadium celebration to be a bit underwhelming. I left BMO about 45 minutes after the final whistle and it wasn’t as crazy as I would have imagined it if TFC would have ever won the MLS Cup at home. Even walking through Liberty Village was not as celebratory as I thought, walking a long King Street it was pretty quite , I thought I would hear and see some honking and flags but I saw nothing. Moreover , on my way home up Bathurst Street all the way north to Steeles, nothing not one car flag or any evidence of a TFC MLS Cup win,not even the odd car flag or anything. Moreover, you walk into any sports clothing store and finding any TFC championship merchandise is like trying to find gold in my garden . It just shows that TFC is still a very niche team that has its followers but hardly anything outside of the niche following.
    Apples to oranges, really.

    Those sports have had far more traction in the region than the likes of football, which is reflected in the ways you described.

    The game's growing, and winning will help inspire a cultural shift.

    Rome wasn't built in a day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoccMan2 View Post
    Athough the in stadium attmosphere was amazing and it will equal any of the big 3 sports teams in in stadium atmosphere if any of those big 3 teams won a championship in their arenas and stadium, I found the outside stadium celebration to be a bit underwhelming. I left BMO about 45 minutes after the final whistle and it wasn’t as crazy as I would have imagined it if TFC would have ever won the MLS Cup at home. Even walking through Liberty Village was not as celebratory as I thought, walking a long King Street it was pretty quite , I thought I would hear and see some honking and flags but I saw nothing. Moreover , on my way home up Bathurst Street all the way north to Steeles, nothing not one car flag or any evidence of a TFC MLS Cup win,not even the odd car flag or anything. Moreover, you walk into any sports clothing store and finding any TFC championship merchandise is like trying to find gold in my garden . It just shows that TFC is still a very niche team that has its followers but hardly anything outside of the niche following.
    I freely admit that I was wiped after the game. I'm not sure if it was all the emotional energy that went into these playoffs combined with the sheer joy (and relief) of finally, finally getting to the top, but I was drained. I went to Shoeless Joe's for a while, ate something and had a couple of beers and sort of just basked in the glow. It almost felt surreal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoccMan2 View Post
    Athough the in stadium attmosphere was amazing and it will equal any of the big 3 sports teams in in stadium atmosphere if any of those big 3 teams won a championship in their arenas and stadium, I found the outside stadium celebration to be a bit underwhelming. I left BMO about 45 minutes after the final whistle and it wasn’t as crazy as I would have imagined it if TFC would have ever won the MLS Cup at home. Even walking through Liberty Village was not as celebratory as I thought, walking a long King Street it was pretty quite , I thought I would hear and see some honking and flags but I saw nothing. Moreover , on my way home up Bathurst Street all the way north to Steeles, nothing not one car flag or any evidence of a TFC MLS Cup win,not even the odd car flag or anything. Moreover, you walk into any sports clothing store and finding any TFC championship merchandise is like trying to find gold in my garden . It just shows that TFC is still a very niche team that has its followers but hardly anything outside of the niche following.
    We left probably 10 minutes after the final Viking clap near the supporters and got caught up in the toothpaste going through the Go tunnel. Lots of singing and chanting and impromptu TFC claps going on. I thought it was pretty good atmosphere.

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    Think I am going to curl up in front of the fire and binge out on this thread

    “What the world needs is more geniuses with humility; there are so few of us left.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by ensco View Post
    Think I am going to curl up in front of the fire and binge out on this thread

    Well then here's another angle for your viewing pleasure. Great look from the opposite end, but unfortunately missing the first three one-touch passes in this amazing sequence:


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    Still looking to re-watch the whole match. Any tips?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RealG-TFC View Post
    Still looking to re-watch the whole match. Any tips?
    If you have MLS Live, you can watch ever single game since the 2015 seasaon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RealG-TFC View Post
    Still looking to re-watch the whole match. Any tips?
    https://www.reddit.com/r/footballdow...92017/dr0nfzf/

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    Thanks!

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    Thank you very much!

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    Just when I thought the feelings were levelled out I get sucked back in again

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoccMan2 View Post
    Athough the in stadium attmosphere was amazing and it will equal any of the big 3 sports teams in in stadium atmosphere if any of those big 3 teams won a championship in their arenas and stadium, I found the outside stadium celebration to be a bit underwhelming. I left BMO about 45 minutes after the final whistle and it wasn’t as crazy as I would have imagined it if TFC would have ever won the MLS Cup at home. Even walking through Liberty Village was not as celebratory as I thought, walking a long King Street it was pretty quite , I thought I would hear and see some honking and flags but I saw nothing. Moreover , on my way home up Bathurst Street all the way north to Steeles, nothing not one car flag or any evidence of a TFC MLS Cup win,not even the odd car flag or anything. Moreover, you walk into any sports clothing store and finding any TFC championship merchandise is like trying to find gold in my garden . It just shows that TFC is still a very niche team that has its followers but hardly anything outside of the niche following.
    Liberty Village and to a lesser extent King St, East of there is our area, in many ways Toronto FC and the neighbourhood grew up together. It would've been nice to have seen crowds dancing in Dundas Square but many of us went to our traditional pre/post game haunts or local bars to celebrate I feel that felt right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Auzzy View Post
    Shit the roar in the crowd after that goal, unreal!
    i want edwards back

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rene Kingsriver View Post
    Liberty Village and to a lesser extent King St, East of there is our area, in many ways Toronto FC and the neighbourhood grew up together. It would've been nice to have seen crowds dancing in Dundas Square but many of us went to our traditional pre/post game haunts or local bars to celebrate I feel that felt right.
    Joe's was rammed and loud. I think if it was warmer people may have been out and about in the area - I just wanted to get somewhere warm.
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