John Molinaro
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.
MLS Counterattack: Classy Vazquez a true find for TFC
John Molinaro
Spanish midfielder Victor Vazquez continues to shine early on in the MLS season, and he looks to be exactly the type of creator that the Toronto FC has long needed.
MLS review: TFC takes advantage of imploding Whitecaps
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TFC’s Morrow moves on from MLS Cup penalty miss
John Molinaro
Toronto FC defender Justin Morrow isn't dwelling on his penalty miss from last year's MLS Cup. He's put it behind him and is playing better than ever.
Person of Interest: Whitecaps teenager Davies turning heads
John Molinaro
Vancouver Whitecaps midfielder Alphonso Davies is a prospect who is not only drawing rave reviews across MLS, he’s also garnering interest from the Premier League.
TFC’s Bradley not concerned about slow start to season
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Sources: Octavio Zambrano to be named Canadian men's soccer team coach
John Molinaro
The Canadian men's soccer team has finally found a new coach. Multiple sources confirmed to Sportsnet on Wednesday that Canada Soccer has hired Ecuadorian Octavio Zambrano to take over as coach of the men's side.
TFC's Sebastian Giovinco ruled out for Whitecaps game
John Molinaro
A leg injury will prevent Toronto FC forward Sebastian Giovinco from playing against the Vancouver Whitecaps this weekend.
Champions League review: The Leicester fairy tale continues
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TFC notebook: Giovinco day-to-day with leg injury
John Molinaro
Sebastian Giovinco sat out Tuesday’s training session, and Toronto FC coach Greg Vanney revealed the Italian is considered day-to-day ahead of the Reds' game in Vancouver this weekend.