John Molinaro
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Joining Sportsnet in 2011 as a member of the Sportsnet.ca editorial team, John Molinaro was quick to establish himself as one of Sportsnet’s leading soccer insiders, providing Canadian soccer fans with breaking news around the world.
Euro world: Dortmund's Reus showing signs of his old self after layoff
John Molinaro
Sportsnet recaps what happened over the weekend in the top leagues across Europe, including Marco Reus’ comeback picking up steam, and highlights some of the most insightful soccer reads on the web from the past week.
TFC prepared for Colorado's altitude advantage in Champions League
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Bezbatchenko confident TFC can succeed in Champions League
John Molinaro
With much of their roster returning plus important new players in tow, Tim Bezbatchenko is confident Toronto FC are set up for success in achieving their next goal -- success in the CONCACAF Champions League.
Toronto FC's newcomers give coach Greg Vanney plenty of flexibility
John Molinaro
It’s nice to have choices, and Toronto FC coach Greg Vanney certainly has plenty of them ahead of the start of the new Major League Soccer campaign.
Christine Sinclair highlights Canada’s Algarve Cup roster
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Champions League takeaways: There's still life in Real Madrid
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Sportsnet recaps what happened in the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday, including Real Madrid's late-game heroics against PSG.
Toronto FC signs veteran goalkeeper Caleb Patterson-Sewell
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Toronto FC’s off-season tweaking continued on Wednesday with the signing of goalkeeper Caleb Patterson-Sewell.
Champions League takeaways: A titanic tussle in Turin
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TFC's addition of fullback Auro has major tactical implications
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Will Brazilian defender Auro become the latest international player whose career is revitalized as a member of Toronto FC? Time will tell.