Episode 219 – 18/01/17 #WhoAreYa
Jan17

Episode 219 – 18/01/17 #WhoAreYa

After last week’s momentous news, Mark had to rest his hamstring so is SuperMissing for this SuperEpisode. Tony? well, we’ll let you know when he can make one. Kristin and Duncan bravely soldier on though, helped out by SuperSub Duane Rollins. Nothing big to talk about this week, so instead we talk about a bunch of little things, of varying relevance, Beitashour, pre season, Voyageurs cup, Young Nana, Kyle Bekker, Cyle...

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VMP Final Countdown 2017: Number 17 – Raheem Edwards
Jan12

VMP Final Countdown 2017: Number 17 – Raheem Edwards

Highest: 9 Lowest: 21 Average ranking: 16.04 Duncan: 12 – 2016 saw Edwards barely play, but look really good when he did, so I was thrilled when he started getting minutes early in this season, and then, mainly due to injuries forcing Justin Morrow out of the left back position, continue to get minutes for a good chunk of time. He did not look out of place at all, even when playing nominally as a wing back, looking ok enough...

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VMP Final Countdown 2017: Number 19 – Jay Chapman
Jan10

VMP Final Countdown 2017: Number 19 – Jay Chapman

Highest: 13 Lowest: 23 Average ranking: 18.09 Duncan: 18 – When thinking about the 2017 season, there are very few things that make me kind of sad. Jay Chapman is one of them.  There was such promise shown in 2016 when he finally got what few of TFC’s lauded academy projects get, consistent playing time. Here’s me in the 2016 season version of this gushing and getting ever so slightly optimistic that it might...

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VMP Final Countdown 2017: Number 22 – Ashtone Morgan
Jan07

VMP Final Countdown 2017: Number 22 – Ashtone Morgan

Highest: 1 Lowest: 25 Average ranking: 20.86 Duncan: 23 – Ah Ashtone Morgan. I want him to play and do well and be good, I really do, and you’d think wingback in a 5-3-2 would be ideal for his strength (singular, it’s not defence particularly, and it wouldn’t be as a midfielder, but as the guy on the overlap throwing in a dangerous cross, he’s not bad at all) but really, it’s just not happening is...

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Toronto FC 2018 Schedule Released:  What Have The MLS Scheduling Gods Come Up With This Year?
Jan04

Toronto FC 2018 Schedule Released: What Have The MLS Scheduling Gods Come Up With This Year?

Start booking those days off and planning those road trips – the 2018 MLS Schedule is here!  We already knew that Toronto FC kick their year off with two Concacaf Champions League games against the (*YAWN*) Colorado Rapids in February, and that the home opener is against the Austin Columbus Crew on March 3rd, and then after a bye week we go to Montreal for le jour de Saint Patrice Bernier (Baissez-moi, je suis irlandais!), now...

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