Toronto FC

Toronto FC

6-17-11, 9th Eastern

 Last Game
Jul 26, 2014 Sporting KC, L 1-2 
 
 Next Game
D.C. United Jul 30, 2014 at DC United, 7:00 pm 
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Last Meeting: Jul 5, 2014, L 1-2 
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Toronto FC-United Preview

Toronto FC-United Preview
The Associated Press, Jul 29, 2014
Toronto FC was left fuming after blowing a lead in a controversial loss to the Eastern Conference's best team. D.C. United has won three straight and is well rested as it looks to stretch Toronto's road winless streak to six games Wednesday night. Toronto (7-6-5) took the lead into halftime of Saturday's 2-1 home defeat to Sporting Kansas City. Star midfielder Michael Bradley blasted the officials afterward, saying that Kansas City defender Aurelien Collin should have been sent off for taking down Brazilian striker Gilberto, who had a clear path on goal. ...More
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 Key Injuries
 Player Date Status Injury
No injuries
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 Eastern Standings
W-L-T Pts 
 y-New York 17-9-8 59 
 x-Sporting Kansas City 17-10-7 58 
 x-New England 14-11-9 51 
 x-Houston 14-11-9 51 
 x-Montreal 14-13-7 49 
 Chicago 14-13-7 49 
 Philadelphia 12-12-10 46 
 Columbus 12-17-5 41 
 Toronto FC 6-17-11 29 
 D.C. 3-24-7 16 
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 Scores and Schedule
 Last Five Games
 Sat, Jul 5D.C.L 1-2 
 Sat, Jul 12HoustonW 4-2 
 Wed, Jul 16VancouverT 1-1 
 Sat, Jul 19at HoustonT 2-2 
 Sat, Jul 26Sporting Kansas CityL 1-2 
 Next Five Games
 Wed, Jul 30at D.C.7:00 pm 
 Sat, Aug 2at Montreal5:00 pm 
 Sat, Aug 9at Columbus7:30 pm 
 Sat, Aug 16at Sporting Kansas City8:30 pm 
 Sat, Aug 23Chicago7:00 pm 
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