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Toronto FC's Sebastian Giovinco gets Italy call, Mario Balotelli axed

FC's Shaka Hislop feels Sebastian Giovinco is undoubtedly deserving of his Italy call up after a three-year absence.
Italy's loss to Portugal in the UEFA Nations League leaves the Azzurri in a difficult position and the FC crew questioning their identity.

Toronto FC forward Sebastian Giovinco has been called up to Italy's squad for the first time in nearly three years ahead of games against Ukraine and Poland, but there is no place for Mario Balotelli.

Giovinco, who left Juventus to move to MLS in 2015, has not played for Italy since November of that year. He has made 23 appearances for Italy in his career, scoring once.

Former Italy coach Antonio Conte had cited Giovinco's decision to "go to play in certain leagues" as a reason to leave him...

Sebastian Giovinco says player hurt every game on Toronto FC's pitch

The FC crew answer your tweets on the worst pitch they've played on, if Bayern would have had more UCL titles with VAR, Josef Martinez and more.

Toronto FC star Sebastian Giovinco criticized the surface at his club's BMO Field after Saturday's game, saying a player is injured every game.

Giovinco scored twice to guide Toronto to a 3-1 win over the Montreal Impact, but left the game in the 72nd minute after appearing to aggravate a groin injury.

Toronto uses a natural grass field but often adds sand to help mitigate the affects of heavy use, particularly from the Toronto Argonauts in the Canadian Football League.

"We continue to put sand...

Sebastian Giovinco: My life is in MLS - but I did consider Serie A return

Sebastian Giovinco has admitted he did think of returning to Italy, but now says is happy and settled at MLS franchise Toronto FC.

The 31-year-old forward left Juventus for Canada in 2015 and was named the MLS' MVP at the end of his first season, in which he scored 22 goals in 33 games.

He lifted the MLS Cup last year, after losing out to Seattle Sounders FC in 2016, and said he is now so settled in North America that he no longer contemplates returning to Europe, even though the thought did cross...

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Wayne Rooney an MLS legend like Henry or abject disaster like Gerrard?

Former MLS coach Steve Nicol lends his advice to Wayne Rooney, highlighting the mentality he needs to bring to be successful at D.C. United.

Wayne Rooney's move to D.C. United follows a long line of European superstars who made the jump to Major League Soccer, not always with success. Here's a look at 11 players who came before him and against whom Rooney will be measured.

David Beckham

Patient Zero for the Designated Player era didn't exactly burn up the league in the early years of his LA Galaxy stint beyond the occasional stylish photo shoot. The slow start did eventually give way when Beckham fully committed himself after two...

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Michael Bradley: MLS should use 'discretion' after Sebastian Giovinco red card

Sebastian Giovinco was sent off after putting his hands to the face of New England's Wilfried Zahibo.
Cristian Penilla scored twice for New England in the first ten minutes as the Revs survive a late onslaught from Toronto.

Toronto FC captain Michael Bradley called for MLS to use "a little bit of discretion and feel" in red-card judgments after star attacker Sebastian Giovinco was sent off late in Toronto's 3-2 defeat to New England on Saturday night.

Giovinco had just cut Toronto's deficit to one with an 89th-minute penalty and while running back to the center circle momentarily put his hand to the face of the Revoltion's Wilfried Zahibo, and referee Mark Geiger issued the Italian the first red card of his career...

Sebastian Giovinco is new MLS top earner; Ignacio Piatti cracks top-10

Defending MLS Cup champions Toronto picked up its third win of the season with a 3-0 win over the Philadelphia Union At BMO Field.

Sebastian Giovinco topped the list of Major League Soccer's highest earners, replacing 2017's best-paid player Kaka, who is no longer in the league.

The MLS Players Association released its salary data on Wednesday -- a twice annual practice for the union -- which showed the Toronto FC striker was guaranteed $7.1 million this season. He's followed by TFC teammate Michael Bradley ($6.5m), LAFC's Carlos Vela (just under $6.3m), the Chicago Fire's Bastian Schweinsteiger ($6.1m) and the LA Galaxy's...