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Daily Red: August 5th

The 2014 U20 Womens World Cup begins this week, Ryan Nelsen is proud of his teams play this weekend, Defoe is hurt, and should TFC fans panic?

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The U20 Women's World Cup begins this week, the MLS All Star game is tomorrow and TFC play the Crew on Saturday.  Here's some links that talk about how the CWNT will fair in their fight to win World Cup glory and what Coach Ryan Nelsen had to say about how his team did against the Impact.

2014 U20 Women's World Cup Schedule and CBC are covering the U20 Women's World Cup for you, so if you want to check out the schedule, give it a look here.

Canada faces fast, physical Ghana to open women's U-20 World Cup

CBC gives a preview here of Canada's first game versus the pacey Ghana squad.  They also give their tournament favourite, who do you think it is?

World Cup wait finally over for Canada W20

Over at Canada Soccer's official site, they give their own preview of how the ladies will do first game.

Considering Canada’s U-20 Women’s World Cup Opponents

Over at Maple Leaf Forever, they offer a preview of Canada's opponents in Group A.

Nelsen Proud

After a very important victory this weekend against rivals Montreal Impact, TFC coach Ryan Nelsen is proud of how his young back line acted calm and had a fantastic performance.

TFC's Jermain Defoe out with groin injury

Looks like TFC 'All Star' striker Jermain Defoe's injury is a little more serious than first thought.

TFC fans, the sky isn't falling

Toronto Suns Kurtis Larson tries to add comedic relieve to TFC supporters who think it's time to panic.