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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
3 Columbus 11 8 8 41
4 Toronto 11 4 10 37
5 New England 10 7 9 37
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MLS suspends Toronto FC's Collen Warner two games, Impact's Victor Cabrera one

Toronto FC secured a 2-1 win at BMO Field over the Montreal Impact courtesy of goals from Michael Bradley and Jozy Altidore.

Major League Soccer suspended Toronto FC midfielder Collen Warner and Montreal defender Victor Cabrera for violent play on Friday.

The MLS disciplinary committee on Friday suspended Warner two games and fined him for violent conduct after taking down Dominic Oduro in Toronto's 2-1 win last Saturday.

Oduro had dribbled past a prone Benoit Cheyrou, prompting Warner -- seemingly upset that the referee had not stopped play to allow treatment for his injured teammate -- to take him down.

Cabrera was suspended...

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Toronto FC 'rewriting the history of who we are' says coach Greg Vanney

Experience the best moments of Sebastian Giovinco's MLS season debut ahead of the international break.

Toronto FC coach Greg Vanney says the club is "rewriting the history of who we are" as they try to make the MLS playoffs for the first time.

The Candian club has never qualified for the postseason in their eight seasons in the league, but are in good position this year, sitting fourth in the Eastern Conference.

Toronto endured a difficult summer with just three wins in 10 games -- and those coming against Orlando City and Philadelphia Union, both among the league's worst teams.

But they rebounded...

Toronto FC's Sebastian Giovinco pulls out of Italy squad with adductor injury

Relive the top goals from week 25 throughout Major League Soccer, but were any better than Sebastian Giovinco's free-kick against Orlando City?

Toronto FC forward Sebastian Giovinco has pulled out of the Italy squad with an injury, two days after he was recalled by coach Antonio Conte following an absence of almost a year.

Giovinco was substituted early in the second half of Saturday's win against Montreal Impact with an adductor muscle injury but still flew to Italy to join the squad.

The Italian football federation confirmed on Monday that Giovinco had left the training camp at Coverciano, near Florence, "early in the afternoon" as he...

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Klinsmann: I'm pleased Altidore is scoring goals

Jurgen Klinsmann talks about his choices for the US squad ahead of their clash with Brazil next month, as well as explaining his decision to make long-time US goalkeeper Tim Howard his second choice after newcomer Brad Guzan.