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  1. Tosaint and Red Nation discuss his experiences playing professional football in Finland, his current role with MyPa, his experiences playing for Canada at the U20 World Cup in Canada, the city of Edmonton as a market for professional soccer and his aspirations at the International level. Article and Podcast: http://www.rednationonline.ca/Tosaint_Ricketts_aug_27_10_feature.shtml
  2. “We did a lot of experimenting, as you know, and I think a lot of that had to do with how we would like to play. We are also trying to establish playing in a couple of different ways, so that we can adapt our position or just show people a different look at times. And, of course, a lot of it was looking for players in certain positions. I still think that key positions are up for grabs and the players need to understand that. But overall I’m satisfied,” says Hart. http://www.rednationonline.ca/Hart_Looking_Forward_to_2011_Following_a_Productive_2010_november_15_10_article.shtml
  3. If there was one area that represented a true Achilles heel for Toronto FC in 2010 it would have to be the fullback position. While TFC were exceptionally strong between the sticks and possessed three quality centre backs in Adrian Cann, Nana Attakora and Ty Harden, only Dan Gargan really delivered consistently satisfactory performances as a fullback. Nick Garcia provided experience and held his own in quite a few games, but generally his lack of pace and athleticism was something that opposing offences were able to exploit over and over again. Maxim Usanov and Raivis Hscanovics were consistently ineffectual to say the least. ...a regular back four of Sidra, Attakora, Cann and Gargan would be a huge improvement over the quartets that TFC regularly fielded in 2009. http://www.rednationonline.ca/Sidra_Could_Be_The_Answer_october_26_10_news.shtml
  4. Pat and Red Nation discuss Houston’s current campaign, his thoughts on the Vancouver Whitecaps joining Major League Soccer, the Men's Canadian National Team, his experiences playing in Scotland, Toronto FC keeper Stefan Frei,*his thoughts on how teams can be successful in the MLS*and TFC's new Interim Head Coach Nick Dasovic. http://www.rednationonline.ca/podcast.shtml#PatOnstad
  5. Jeremy Loome says the time is right for TFC to take a step into the future and sign academy players Nicholas Lindsay and Doneil Henry. http://www.rednationonline.ca/Buying_into_the_Youth_Movement_july_28_10_column.shtml
  6. Some thoughts and quotes from the Canadian reps on TFC and how the experience could help a number of players that may play important roles in the next round of World Cup qualification: http://www.rednationonline.ca/Champions_League_Fixtures_A_Plus_For_Canadian_National_Teams_august_24_10_article.shtml
  7. Jeremy Loome discusses the USSF's released mandatory regulations for second division soccer in 2011...and that several Canadian cities are bound to be left out. http://www.rednationonline.ca/USSF_Looking_To_Keep_Canada_On_The_Bench_august_19_10_column.shtml
  8. One game does not a season make, but for anyone who watched the key role that Miguel Ángel Ferrer Martínez, aka Mista, played in Toronto's stunning win over Mexican powerhouse Cruz Azul on Tuesday evening, it's hard not to be excited about the stellar performance given by TFC's spanish designated player. With critics starting to chatter about his lacklustre performances against New York and Kansas City, the former Valencia, Atlético Madrid and Deportivo La Coruña maestro rose to the occasion against the Mexican favourites and delivered everything that the Reds required in almost every facet of the game. There are six main reasons that TFC supporters should be praying for the health and fitness of the 6 ft forward from Caravaca de la Cruz, Spain: http://www.rednationonline.ca/Mista_The_X-Factor_In_TFC_Playoff_Hunt_august_20_10_article.shtml
  9. After playing in competitive matches against Houston, Chicago and Los Angeles, the former Arsenal and Barcelona forward admitted that he was looking forward to playing in Toronto at BMO Field. "(Red Bulls keeper) Greg Sutton played for Toronto so he already told me that the atmosphere is great over there (at BMO Field). Having said that, they had great fans at the game in Houston and it was the same in Chicago and in Columbus. Greg has told me that the atmosphere on Saturday is going to be amazing and to expect a tough game as well," said Henry. And while he was quite complimentary of the teams he had played thus far and more than happy to say that he was looking forward to the atmosphere at BMO Field, Henry was clear that his focus was on winning and that getting three points is the main priority. When he was asked whether he was worried about going to Toronto and possibly losing to a team that many would consider inferior on paper, the man who knows so much about winning football games was candid and blunt in his reply. "Paper doesn't mean anything in sports. As you mentioned, they (Toronto FC) have not lost for a while (at home) and they won against Cruz Azul, so you can really see that paper did not mean anything in the midweek," stated Henry. "I think it is going to be a difficult game. They had a good one against us at our place, so it's an eleven on eleven game. We know that it is very difficult to win there." http://www.rednationonline.ca/For_Thierry_Henry_Winning_Is_Everything_august_19_10_article.shtml
  10. In this interview, Julian and Red Nation discuss his experiences playing at various levels in Italy, his goal of becoming the first Canadian to play in a Serie A match, his current club Crotone, his experiences playing with the AC Milan youth setup and his aspirations at the International level. Article and Podcast: http://www.rednationonline.ca/Julian_Uccello_aug_10_10_feature.shtml
  11. With Toronto FC entering what many are calling the busiest and most challenging period in the club's history, some observers have called into question the luxury of carrying three keepers on the roster when one is essentially playing almost every minute. And while it is true that the team could likely use a spot to further supplement the depth on the roster with another winger or some more cover on the backline, it is still hard to question the club's strategy of retaining and developing 25 year old Serbian keeper Milos Kocic as the possible starting keeper of the future. http://www.rednationonline.ca/Developing_Kocic_A_Smart_Move_By_TFC_august_12_10_article.shtml
  12. In this interview, Ryan and Red Nation discuss his current MLS campaign with Kansas City, the Wizards recent win against Manchester United, his time with Arsenal in the English Premier League, his thoughts on how Major League Soccer compares to the football leagues in England and his upcoming match against Toronto FC. Podcast: http://www.rednationonline.ca/podcast.shtml#RyanSmith
  13. Born in Ottawa, Ontario, Edson Edward is a central defender who plays for FC Dallas. He was selected by FC Dallas in the 2010 Major League Soccer (MLS) supplemental draft and won a spot on the team at training camp. Prior to joining Dallas of the MLS Edward enjoyed an accolade-filled amateur and collegiate soccer career that has taken him to various spots in North America. After graduating the Ottawa Fury's Youth program, Edward began his collegiate duties at the NAIA's Graceland University. In his four years at Graceland he never endured a losing season - helping the Jackets to an overall 58-16-8 record while scoring 15 goals and adding 13 assists. In 2006 Edward was part of Graceland's NAIA National Championship-winning squad, while in 2007 he helped the team become Region V and Conference Champions. Edward has also twice been named to the the NAIA's Heart of America Athletic All-Conference team (2007, 2008). In this interview, Edson and Red Nation discuss his current MLS rookie campaign, making the jump from college soccer to the professional level, his ongoing development as a young defender and his thoughts on the possibility of Major League Soccer in Ottawa. http://www.rednationonline.ca/podcast.shtml#EdsonEdward
  14. Jeremy Loome looks at Toronto FC's ailing tactics: http://www.rednationonline.ca/Will_we_see_a_more_offensive_performance_july_20_10_column.shtml
  15. Red Nation Online recently had the opportunity to speak with Sébastien Le Toux a striker/midfielder who is currently enjoying a breakout campaign with the Philadelphia Union of Major League Soccer. Red Nation Online and Sébastien discuss his current MLS campaign, his decision to move to the United States, his time with the Seattle Sounders, Thierry Henry's move to the MLS, the possible allure of the Montreal Impact to European players and his upcoming match against Toronto FC at PPL Park. http://www.rednationonline.ca/Inside_the_MLS_Sebastien_Le_Toux_july_15_10_feature.shtml
  16. Adrian Cann made his name in Canada but it was his short spell in Denmark that helped secure a place in Toronto FC’s roster. http://www.rednationonline.ca/A_Long_Road_Home_july_14_10_article.shtml
  17. With the return of former Toronto FC right back Marvell Wynne to BMO Field yesterday and a very decent performance by the former 1st overall pick in the MLS SuperDraft, many Toronto fans likely reignited the debate as to which team “won” the trade that took place when the Reds sent Wynne to the Rapids in exchange for midfielder Nick LaBrocca last March. http://www.rednationonline.ca/Wynne_LaBrocca_Trade_Looking_Like_a_Win_for_Both_Toronto_and_Colorado_july_11_10_article.shtml
  18. Hertha BSC General Manager Michael Preetz looks to recreate his own history with the signing of Rob Friend. http://www.rednationonline.ca/One_step_back_two_steps_forward_for_Friend_july_8_10_article.shtml
  19. With Major League Soccer suspending league play for two weeks due to the World Cup, several clubs are fortunate enough to use the timing of the tournament to bring in players on trial for when play resumes the weekend of June 26. Toronto FC are one such team where over the last week it has been confirmed that Scarborough developed Andrew Ornoch is currently on trial with the club. Ornoch has not been a name that is often thrown around when TFC supporters put down their wish list of Canadians they should be looking to sign. However, there are several factors indicating should his trial go well, not only would he fit in with the side, but he could become an essential member of the squad. http://www.rednationonline.ca/Trialist_Ornoch_Fits_The_Profile_june_13_10_article.shtml
  20. Inside the MLS: Adrian Cann In this interview, Adrian and Red Nation discuss Toronto's current campaign, the TFC back line, Toronto's newest signing in Mista, his experiences playing in Europe with Danish side Esbjerg and his upcoming match against the Colorado Rapids at BMO Field. http://www.rednationonline.ca/podcast.shtml#AdrianCann
  21. Max Bell discusses FIFA's decision to maintain the status quo for its 2014 World Cup continental allotments. http://www.rednationonline.ca/FIFA_locks_CONCACAF_at_3_5_spots_june_27_10_article.shtml
  22. Red Nation looks at Jacob Peterson's recovery and shares his thoughts as the club approaches the second half of the season and their playoff run. http://www.rednationonline.ca/Peterson_Starting_to_Look_like_Another_Piece_of_the_TFC_Puzzle_june_28_10_article.shtml
  23. A look at the Sam Cronin deal: http://www.rednationonline.ca/Cronins_Departure_Raises_More_Flags_Than_Answers_june_22_10_article.shtml
  24. A look at Amadou's development within the club. http://www.rednationonline.ca/Amadou_Sanyang_Still_Growing_With_TFC_june_17_10_article.shtml
  25. In this interview, Simon and Red Nation discuss Soccernomics, his thoughts on the current World Cup in South Africa and Canada’s chances for making the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. http://www.rednationonline.ca/Rednation_Speaks_with_Simon_Kuper_june_17_10_feature.shtml
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