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From the Globe and Mail: Milos Kocic on TFC

Fresh off his trade to Portland, former TFC 'keeper Milos Kocic opens up to the Globe and Mail about his time in Toronto and in North America. Lots of telling signs, even if Kocic himself does not name many names in his criticism.

Mariner's TFC Coaching Timeline

We look back at some of the highlights of Paul Mariner's time with TFC, from, Director of Player Personnel to now, in a timeline.

Time To Throw 2012 on the Scrapheap

Still grumbling over last season? Time to move on, look on the bright side and embrace your inner happy person and just for kicks try on a positive outlook.

WTR Year in Review: Champagne Moments of the Year

In the second part of our look back at 2012, Team WTR looks at some of the shining moments of 2012. From the Olympics to the CCL, there was a lot of bright spots in the dark.

Real Salt Lake's Alvaro Saborio is preparing for CONCACAF Champions League

Real Salt Lake's forward Alvaro Saborio often finds himself the topic of a lot of positive and negative conversations, but for me he has proven himself to be a big match performer and with Champions League getting ready to start, I expect big things.

Santos Laguna Vs. Monterrey, 2012 CONCACAF Champions League Final: Rayados Trying For 2 In A Row - SBNation.com

A team that the Seattle Sounders beat advanced to the Club World Cup (see, no spoilers). The Sounders will be in the 2012-13 CCL along with the LA Galaxy, the Dynamo and RSL from America. A total of 12 clubs are already known for the next edition with most being figured out within the next 6 weeks. Here's hoping that the third time is a charm for Seattle.

Musket Rounds: Matchday, Gomez, MLS Discipline, And More

Looking for your daily diet of news and notes ahead of tonight's New England Revolution match against FC Dallas? Read about the CCL, Herc, Jozy, suspensions, and more in today's Musket Rounds!

Santos Laguna 6-2 TFC (agg 7-3): A Song of Recap

And since it worked so well (and because the author was a bit pressed for time...curse you 9am interviews!), Waking the Red's resident westerner recaps last night's TFC-Santos Laguna semi final match in poetry format. Is it an SBNation first? We'd like to think so. (We promise no more...not until at least TFC makes the playoffs, anyway)

The Ballad of The Dutchman

Waking the Red's resident westerner sums up the journey of the Dutchman so far in this 2011-12 CONCACAF Champions League, in epic poetry format -- in preparation for the second leg of the semi-final series between TFC and Santos Laguna.

Musket Rounds: Simms, Boy Bands, World League Association, And More

Toronto drew Santos in the CCL last night, Football at Fenway was announced, and MLS has decided to join other premier world leagues in an initiative to promote cooperation. Read about all that and a UK Boy Band wearing Revs gear in today's Musket Rounds.

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