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 Posted by ESPN Staff
2 days ago

Highlights: Chicago Fire 1-1 Toronto FC

The Chicago Fire got off to a dream start against Toronto FC thanks to a goal by Lovel Palmer, but it was a goal at the death from the head of Dwayne De Rosario that locked the match at 1-1.

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 Posted by Associated Press
2 days ago

Dwayne De Rosario's late equalizer lifts Toronto FC to draw with Fire

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The Chicago Fire got off to a dream start against Toronto FC thanks to a goal by Lovel Palmer, but it was a goal at the death from the head of Dwayne De Rosario that locked the match at 1-1.

BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. -- Dwayne De Rosario scored in the 89th minute to lift Toronto FC to a 1-1 draw with the Chicago Fire on Saturday night.

De Rosario tipped in the tying score from a yard out after Gilberto knocked a header down in front of the goal. De Rosario's 104th career goal helped Toronto FC (9-11-7) avoid a third consecutive scoreless shutout.

Lovel Palmer opened the scoring for Chicago (5-7-15) with a header off Sanna Nyassi's short corner in the 11th minute. It was his first goal as...

 Posted by ESPN Staff
2 days ago

Jermain Defoe unlikely to return for Toronto FC, Tim Leiweke says

ESPN FC's Alexi Lalas believes Toronto should stick with Jermain Defoe and not sell him.

Toronto FC are ready to offload Jermain Defoe after indicating that the player no longer wants to play for the club.

Defoe, 31, left Tottenham earlier this year but Tim Leiweke -- the president and CEO of Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment, which owns the club -- has suggested the striker is eager to make a swift return to the Premier League.

After Defoe's former Spurs teammate Ryan Nelsen was dismissed at the end of last month, Queens Park Rangers made an unsuccessful attempt to sign the player before...

 Posted by ESPN Staff
Sep 7, 2014

Are the wheels falling off of Toronto FC?

ESPN FC's Alexi Lalas believes Toronto should stick with Jermain Defoe and not sell him.

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 Posted by Associated Press
Sep 6, 2014

Philadelphia Union defeat Toronto FC for the second time in four days

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Conor Casey of the Philadelphia Union scored two unanswered goals in the first-half to secure victory for the Union over a troubled Toronto FC.

TORONTO -- Conor Casey and Andrew Wenger scored first-half goals in the Philadelphia Union's 2-0 victory over Toronto FC on Saturday.

Philadelphia beat Toronto for the second time in four days, with Casey scoring in both games. The Union (9-9-9) are 5-1-3 in their last nine games.

Toronto (9-11-6) has lost three straight is winless in five (0-4-1). The game was the first at home for new Toronto coach Greg Vanney after he replaced Ryan Nelsen last Sunday.

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