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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Toronto FC, Manchester City to play May 27 friendly

Jozy Altidore & Co. will host Manchester City on May 27.

Toronto FC have announced they will host a friendly match against defending Premier League champ Manchester City.

The match, scheduled for May 27, will take place at Toronto's BMO Field.

"We are very excited to play Manchester City at BMO Field this season. Hosting a club like Manchester City is a great opportunity for our players to compete against one of the biggest clubs in the world," said general manager Tim Bezbatchenko.

MLS: Galaxy drop game to Vancouver, Seattle hold on for win vs. Houston

A first half goal from Obafemi Martins proved to be the decider in Seattle's 1-0 win over Owen Coyle's Houston Dynamo.

Obafemi Martins scored his third goal of the season, spinning around a defender to beat Houston goalkeeper Tyler Deric, and the Seattle Sounders beat the Dynamo 1-0 on Saturday night despite playing the final 35 minutes with just 10 men.

Martins' goal came in the 39th minute as Seattle quickly countered off a Houston turnover. Martins took a pass from Clint Dempsey, did a 360-degree spin around Houston defender Jermaine Taylor and put enough power on the shot that Deric's deflection couldn't keep...

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Toronto FC's Michael Bradley: Complaints about officials a 'cop-out'

The ESPN FC panel preview this Saturday's key matchups in Major League Soccer.

Michael Bradley is fed up with his Toronto FC teammates harping on a recent rough string of luck with MLS officials.

The latest incident came when the MLS disciplinary committee suspended forward Luke Moore for a harsh challenge following Toronto's 2-1 loss at Real Salt Lake on Sunday. He was only given a yellow card during the game.

While Bradley disagreed with the decision, he didn't give his teammates a free pass to complain.

"You could sit here and talk about hypotheticals until you're blue in...