East Side Stand Up podcast. Montreal review/post season thoughts

I joined Red Nation Online's Ian Clarke to discuss the Montreal game and scratch the surface of a season review. Best and worse moves, player of the season, what we can take forward for 2014 and more.

No Sitting Allowed: Toronto FC

Not quite sure how I missed this, but check out the sweet MLS video on Supporter culture in TO. A little syrupy, but does a good job of capturing what it means to be a supporter through the trials of the last few years. I'll be coming back to this when it's cold and blowy this off-season. Also, when the weather's bad. Hey-oh! C. PS. HT to Mount Royal Soccer, where I originally found it.

Shift in Outlook from Big Tim?

Good to see TL acknowledge that TFC needs results more than a recognizable name. Now can he deny his inner-huckster and follow through? C.

Tam Nsaliwa: Scorer of awesome goals

While the best goal of the weekend may have come from a player many Canadians are hoping might one day suit up for the National Team as Camilo scored a stunning volley to steal a point for Vancouver in the closing minutes against Portland it was not the only impressive goal of the weekend scored by a player with a connection to Canada. Over in Turkey, former Canadian international Tam Nsaliwa scored both goals for Bucaspor in a 2-1 win. His second goal came in the 90th minute and was an absolutely cracking long rang free kick that left the keeper with no chance.

Into The Rabbit Hole...

This doesn't exactly fit here but he's canadian so...

Hoillett in Toronto

Sid Seixeiro in conversation with John Molinaro about Junior training with TFC, non-committal to reporters.

Fussball, eh!

Check out this brand new project. Canadian soccer and German Fussball. Get your latest news on Canadians playing in Germany and much more!

Could Brockie’s MLS loan be the start of something good?

Michael Orr is in a bit of a rare position of following both MLS and A League closely enough to be able to comment on either league so when Jeremy Brockie was loaned to Toronto FC he decided to write about the relationship between the two leagues. The article includes comments on the loan move from Wellington Phoenix's GM, David Dome, and goes a bit deeper into the relationship between the leagues and now the clubs.


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