Earlier today Toronto FC took part in what can only be described as a very informal friendly. The members of the first team were not involved in the game at all so the match against the University of Central Florida was a chance for academy players, reserve players, and trialists to impress.
In the end Toronto took the lead on three separate occasions thanks to goals from Sergio Camargo, Stefan Vukovic, and Oscar Cordon but each time they were pegged back by their college opposition. In the end a very late marker from UCF meant that both teams took home a share of the spoils in a 3-3 draw.
For both Camargo and Vukovic their goals today will help to cement their resumes as both players will be looking to land home grown contracts this year. Vukovic is far more likely to get a professional deal at this stage but both are certainly players who are capable of one day being first team players for the club. Cordon on the other hand will be looking for a good preseason to earn a few more minutes in this coming season. He was with the senior team last year but spent the majority of his time involved in reserve league action.
In the end this is a game that we will likely never know much about as the only source of information has been from random folks down in Orlando who attending the match at Disney. The club will likely have a small report on the match at some point tonight but with it being such an informal match there will not be many details made available.