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  • Mar 4

    Carl Robinson

    TSN.ca's MLS Preview: Vancouver Whitecaps

    Vancouver Whitecaps will be looking to build upon a solid foundation that was established last season when they registered a club record 50 points to finish 5th in the Western Conference and qualify for the playoffs for the second time in the club’s four years in MLS. TSN soccer analyst Luke Wileman breaks down what to expect from the Whitecaps during the 2015 season.

  • Mar 3

    Impact Bakary Soumare Calum Mallace

    Porter lifts Impact over Pachuca in quarters

    Rookie Cameron Porter scored in extra time to lift the Montreal Impact to a 1-1 second-leg draw with Pachuca that gave them the victory in their CONCACAF Champions League quarter-final on Tuesday night. Porter did well to stay onside as he took a long ball from fellow substitute Calum Mallace, took one touch and scored to send the Olympic Stadium crowd of 38, 104 into delirium.

  • Mar 3

    Bradley Wright-Phillips

    TSN.ca's 2015 MLS Preview: Eastern Conference

    The 2015 MLS season is nearly upon us. Get caught up with the League after a busy off-season with TSN.ca's week-long season preview. Today we have a look at the American clubs in the Western Conference.

  • Mar 3

    Robbie Keane

    TSN.ca's 2015 MLS Preview: Western Conference

    The 2015 MLS season is nearly upon us. Get caught up with the League after a busy off-season with TSN.ca's week-long season preview. Today we have a look at the American clubs in the Western Conference.

  • Mar 3

    French connection key to TFC's success in 2015

    In late January, Toronto FC announced that they had signed Benoit Cheyrou. It came at a time when many casual fans were still getting caught up on the bigger news of the winter but, as TSN's Kristian Jack writes, sliding under the radar was perfect for Cheyrou

  • Mar 2

    Former TFC defender Orr retires

    Former Toronto FC defender Bradley Orr has retired. The 32-year-old Liverpool native made the announcement via Twitter on Monday after Blackburn Rovers said the player was leaving the second-tier Championship League club by mutual agreement.

  • Mar 2

    Jozy Altidore

    Toronto FC aims to please with new players

    After spending time away with the U.S. national team and at Toronto FC's training camp in Florida, Jozy Altidore looks to finally fit in some house-hunting this week before the MLS club leaves Thursday for its season opener in Vancouver.

  • Mar 2

    Marcel de Jong

    Canadian DF de Jong joins Sporting Kansas City

    Canadian international defender Marcel de Jong has signed with Sporting Kansas City. The 28-year-old from Newmarket, Ont., has been on trial with the MLS club on trial last month, playing four games at fullback.

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