TFC are the only unbeaten side in the Eastern Conference but this 2-2 draw felt a bit like a loss. Coming off a high from Pozuelo’s debut last week, this was a more subdued affair and although the reds dominated the first half and had chance after chance, they were not converted into goals. Ousted had a few good saves but there are some days where you just know its not going to click. This was one of those days.
The opening goal came in 31 minutes when Altidore got on the end of a Pozuelo
TFC fans have been down in the dumps for the last few months. We missed the playoffs, then we lost Victor Vazquez and Seba Giovinco to nice, fat, tax-free paychecks in the middle east. After that we had to cut ties with Gregory van der Wiel when a training camp bust-up with Vanney saw him sent home from California during pre-season training, and the off-season signings were functional and workmanlike rather than inspiring. Bill Manning and new GM Ali Curtis definitely had to pull a rabbit out of
TFC edge out the Revs
Scotty's ViewFromTheSouthStands at Toronto FC
After a good road win in Philadelphia in week 1 and no game in week two it was back to business this week with the home opener against New England Revolution. The Revs have stuttered out of the gate this season drawing 1-1 in Dallas on week 1 and then losing to Columbus last week in their own home opener but its early days.
This fixture has gone the way of the home team for the last six games and you have to go ba
I have made the assumption of no TV deal or a heavily reduced TV deal for the following reason:
All media broadcasters place a value on a sporting product based on the number of additional subscribers they can attract. in other words, the revenue they get must exceed the amount they pay.
With the SPL product, 90% of the viewers want to see Celtic and Rangers games. I am not making this up - if this wan't the case why do games involving Celtic and Rangers make up over 90% of the games