Yes, it's another late goal. What else were you expecting? Stop telling the whole world about it!
Links to our work from elsewhere on the web, James' usual gig at CSN, and I make an appearance on RedNation's post game podcast East Side Stand Up.
But with the same meaning, even when the game is gone. Be it putting one to sleep, or just collapsing at the end? Take your pick, it's another 1-0 loss in the Mile High City for Toronto FC.
That. Was. Ugly. An embarassment, a true shambles. Losing is one thing, to lose like that? To Montreal? Horrible.
We've been lost, and we have looked but we haven't found it, time after time. A 2-1 loss to New York at home, and yet another late goal to concede the loss. Oy!
Toronto got a 2-0 win over the Impact to open the Voyageurs Cup and it came with a number of solid performances but also a few poor ones. We break down the good and the bad.
This would be a game that Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde would happily approve of! A 2-0 win for TFC, but one where it all happened in one frenetic half. The other? Well...
93 minutes of brilliant defending, and maybe helped out by a few dubious calls (this time against Houston) -- all undone with one stroke at the death. Why, footballing gods, why?
Duncan's latest article for Sportsnet talks about TFC being unable to make the small adjustments needed to claim all three points against the Union.
Bad refereeing from Sorin Stoica, thuggish play from the home side, or late equalizers from Jack McInerney: Take your pick, chances are it made you angry. It certain did for us as TFC squeak out a 1-1 draw in Philadelphia.
In the first part of our post-game analysis, we look at some reasons why Andrew Jacobson's takedown of Darren O'Dea in the box was not called for a penalty by referee Ismail Elfath.
Last week TFC was the victim of a smash and grab, this time the shoe was on the other foot. Two FC Dallas strikes on either side of half was cancelled out by Justin Braun and Darel Russell within a span of six minutes.
TFC's home opener wasn't a sellout, they didn't walk away with the win and there are ongoing concerns about the midfield. But it was a beautiful sunny day, someone other than Robert Earnshaw scored and hey, 4 points in 4 games? Progress! Right?
My latest for Sportsnet, looking at the paradox of just how important individual players are within a team-wide defensive focus.
Call it the Baldomero Toledo Show if you want, because it wasn't far from the truth. Bad calls ruin what was perhaps the best installment of the 401 Derby.
The tornado tried, but it just couldn't lift up the house. Robert Earnshaw's early brace withstood an epic tornado of Kansas City pressure to give TFC its first league win in 15 tries, and Waking the Red has the recap.
With little time to get used to their new teammates Hogan Ephraim and Robert Earnshaw were tossed into the starting lineup and did quite well. Add in some solid debuts by rookies and the new TFC players held their own against Vancouver in week one.
This afternoon TFC's preseason ended on the expected down note as they lost 1-0 to Dome Opener opponents Sporting KC. Positives? Umm, they only allowed a single goal. And they played down a man! So, yay! Shining Light with a red thread!