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Wileman: De Rosario's TFC return a chance to put things right

Dwayne De Rosario's return to Toronto FC is expected to be confirmed later this week after the former MLS MVP agreed to a contract with his hometown team. It's not only a chance for De Rosario to make amends, but also for TFC, under new management, to show the club has completely moved on from past failings. ...more

Wileman: Canada's MLS teams in need of coaching stability

A Christmas wish for Canada's Major League Soccer teams - stability. With Vancouver Whitecaps and Montreal Impact appointing new head coaches last week, Toronto FC's Ryan Nelsen is now the longest serving manager of the three teams as he enters just his second season in charge of the club. ...more

Wileman: Toronto FC finally getting the jump on rebuilding

With Major League Soccer's youngest general manager Tim Bezbatchenko at the helm and the vastly experienced Tim Leiweke heading up the organization, we are starting to see encouraging signs as the foundation is laid for a much improved Toronto FC roster in 2014. ...more

Wileman: Garber addresses MLS expansion, scheduling and more

Ahead of Saturday's MLS Cup, Major League Soccer Commissioner Don Garber held his annual State of the League address on Tuesday and talked in depth about many of the issues surrounding the league including expansion, scheduling and how the league can improve. TSN's Luke Wileman has more. ...more

Wileman: Former U.S. coach Bradley could lead Whitecaps

It seems Vancouver Whitecaps are making progress in their search for a new head coach. Former United States Men's National Team boss Bob Bradley now appears to be the lead contender for the position. TSN soccer analyst Luke Wileman has more. ...more

Wileman: Choosing MLS stars from Canada's three teams

What if you could pick a team using players from the three Canadian MLS teams? Who would be in your starting lineup? TSN soccer analyst Luke Wileman presents his in a 4-3-3 formation, based on performances from the 2013 season. ...more

Wileman: Canadian MLS clubs facing crucial decisions

Despite the on-pitch action being over for another year for Canada's three MLS teams, there is still plenty to be resolved in the coming weeks as the Whitecaps, Impact and Toronto FC all have crucial decisions to make ahead of the 2014 season. TSN's Luke Wileman looks at three big questions surrounding the clubs. ...more

Wileman: Rennie's dismissal in Vancouver no surprise

In the weeks leading up to the end of the season, speculation was rife that Martin Rennie would be replaced as head coach of the Vancouver Whitecaps so the news comes as no surprise. As TSN's Luke Wileman writes, it's a move that may even have happened if the team had made the playoffs. ...more

Wileman: Impact with work left in order to qualify for playoffs

Marco Di Vaio declared on Friday that his work in Montreal is "not yet finished," after announcing he will be staying with the club for the 2014 season. While Di Vaio was alluding to grand aspirations for next year, it can also be applied to this season with the club's current poor run of form leaving much work still to be done if they are to finish in the top five. TSN soccer analyst Luke Wileman explains. ...more

Wileman: Whitecaps' season hinges on visit to Seattle

It's all or nothing for Vancouver Whitecaps. Wednesday night could officially signal the end of the 'Caps playoff hopes if they don't beat Seattle Sounders at CenturyLink Field, live on TSN2 (10pm et/7pm pt). TSN soccer analyst Luke Wileman explains what Vancouver's season has come down to. ...more

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Luke Wileman

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Luke Wileman is an analyst for TSN's soccer coverage and his blog can be read on TSN.ca.

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