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Toronto FC's Sebastian Giovinco among MLS Best XI despite MVP snub

With the season coming to a close, relive all the highlights from the 2016 MLS best starting XI.
From free kicks to curlers, relive Sebastian Giovinco's most prolific goals from the 2016 MLS season.

Toronto FC's Sebastian Giovinco was named to the MLS Best XI on Monday after being controversially left out of the MVP finalists last month.

The Italian playmaker provided 17 goals and 15 assists but the three finalists for the top individual award -- to be announced on Tuesday -- were Sacha Kljestan, David Villa and Bradley Wright-Phillips, all of whom were also named to the Best XI.

Giovinco was the only player from MLS Cup finalists Toronto FC and the Seattle Sounders who were named...

 By PA Sport

Didier Drogba's charity may have 'misled' but 'no evidence of fraud'

The ESPN FC guys reveal their players to watch for in this weekend's Premier League encounter between Man City and Chelsea.

A charity set up by Didier Drogba to help poor communities in the Ivory Coast may have "misled" donors, a watchdog has found.

The investigation began in April after the Daily Mail claimed less than one percent of the £1.7 million raised by the foundation in the UK had gone to worthy causes in the west African nation.

The Charities Commission report said there was "no evidence of fraud or corruption" by the Didier Drogba Foundation during a seven-month investigation -- and the former Chelsea...

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Montreal Impact's Patrice Bernier not looking to retire after playoff defeat

Relive the MLS-record 12 goals scored by Toronto and Montreal in their epic, two-legged Eastern Conference Final.
Toronto overturned a 3-2 aggregate deficit to beat Montreal in extra time and advance to the 2016 MLS Cup Final.
Major League Soccer: Dominic Oduro (24') Toronto FC 0-1 Montreal Impact

Montreal Impact captain Patrice Bernier said he's not ready to retire after his season ended with Wednesday's Eastern Conference final defeat to Toronto FC.

Bernier is a Montreal native and has been with the club since it joined MLS in 2012. The 37-year-old said he hopes  to remain with the Impact in 2017.

"I don't know, I'm not going to talk about it now," Bernier said of his future. "We'll see in the next few weeks, talking with the club. I still feel I've got a lot. This is home so I think...