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.
New England set to begin life without long-time coach vs. Toronto FC
John Molinaro
The New England Revolution without Jay Heaps is sort of like pancakes without the maple syrup. One doesn’t really work without the other. The Revs host Toronto FC on Saturday in their first game since parting ways with their long-time coach.
Premier League: What you need to know this weekend
John Molinaro
TFC’s Giovinco, Altidore could miss New England game
John Molinaro
It looks as though Toronto FC will be missing its top two goal scorers for a third consecutive match.
Burning questions: What happened to TFC in loss to Impact?
John Molinaro
Some burning questions came to mind after Toronto FC's shocking 5-3 home loss to the Montreal Impact, most notably what, if anything, we should read into the Reds' horrendous performance.
Comedy of errors haunt TFC in crushing home loss to Impact
John Molinaro
TFC poses big challenge for Impact, even without Giovinco, Altidore
John Molinaro
Toronto FC will have to find a way to win again without Sebastian Giovinco (quad tightness) and Jozy Altidore (lower-body injury), who have both been ruled out for Wednesday night’s home game against the Montreal Impact.
TFC's Altidore out vs. Impact; Giovinco questionable
John Molinaro
Toronto FC will be without one, and possibly both, of its top scorers for Wednesday night's home game against the Montreal Impact.
TFC notebook: Giovinco and Altidore could play vs. Impact
John Molinaro
Premier League review: Shades of Pep's Barca from Man City
John Molinaro
It’s taken Pep Guardiola more than a year, but Manchester City is starting to play like the Barcelona side he previously managed that swept all before them.