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Daily Red: August 26th

Ryan Nelsen says his team needs to be less sloppy in the back end, TFC loses two more players, while the Revs add two to make a push up the East ladder, Recapping Week 24, and a quick look at the CMNT

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TFC failed to gain more ground from teams above them in the standings and failed to move away from teams below them too.  It's going to be a long stretch for the Reds and for TFC fans this season and hopefully they can put the recent injuries aside and make a playoff appearance.

Nelsen Rues "Horrendous" Goal

TFC coach Ryan Nelsen says the late equalizer made by Fire forward Quincy Amarikwa was a "soft goal" and that his side has to work on those mistakes if they want a playoff spot.

Toronto FC loses two more players

The New England Revolution made a huge signing this week to help their team grow and hopefully make a push to an playoff spot by signing USMNT player Jermaine Jones to a $4.7m deal.  While the Revs made that move, and another by signing former Dutch youth international Geoffery Castillion to help push them up the East table, TFC has lost two key players in their already weak back line, with both Justin Morrow and Steven Caldwell out.

Recapping Week 24 in MLS

We saw the leader of the East change this week and some great goals scored, so here's a quick recap of what happened in Week 24 of this years MLS season so you're caught up on whats been happening.

Canucks Abroad: Canadians to watch for 2014/15

Here's an interesting read about the CMNT and their players overseas.  Rednation takes a look at the CMNT and if the team looks strong to make a push for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.  What do you think of Canada's chances of making the World Cup in four years time?