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.
TFC questions: Can Reds rebound in 2nd leg vs. Ottawa?
John Molinaro
How disastrous of a result was Toronto FC's 2-1 loss to the second-tier Ottawa Fury in the opening leg of their Canadian club championship semifinal? It looked bad, but it's not a catastrophe.
Fury take advantage of disjointed TFC in Voyageurs Cup semifinal
John Molinaro
Sense of injustice fuels TFC ahead of Canadian semi vs. Ottawa
John Molinaro
Canada Soccer’s decision to take away Toronto FC’s spot in the CONCACAF Champions League still rankles the Reds as they begin defence of their Canadian club championship title this week in Ottawa.
Can Toronto FC repeat as Canadian club champions?
John Molinaro
The Canadian Club Championship shifts into high gear this week with the first leg of the semifinals.
Can TFC's Morrow and Edwards play together on a consistent basis?
John Molinaro
Supporting cast comes through for TFC vs. Red Bulls
John Molinaro
Much has been made this season about Toronto FC’s depth, and for good reason -- the Reds again showed why they're one of the deepest teams in MLS with a valiant display against New York on Friday.
Iron-man Bradley hasn't missed a minute for TFC this season
John Molinaro
Toronto FC are off to the hottest start of any team in MLS this season. And captain Michael Bradley has been a part of every minute of it.
TFC's Hernandez learns his lesson: Stick to chicken parm
John Molinaro
TFC counting on guys to step up without Giovinco, Hagglund
John Molinaro
Much like they already have this season, Toronto FC's depth players will have to step up with Sebastian Giovinco and Nick Hagglund out injured for the foreseeable future.