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.
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Greg Vanney's revolution transformed Toronto FC into MLS juggernaut
John Molinaro
When Greg Vanney took over Toronto FC, it was nothing more than a punchline. Now Vanney leaves with the club as a model to follow in MLS thanks largely to his revolution.
Diego Maradona left an indelible mark on world soccer
John Molinaro
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Inside pro soccer's long-awaited return to the Maritimes
John Molinaro
Wanderers FC have brought pro soccer back to Halifax after a three-decade absence, and the city's sports scene will never be the same.
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Canada thrashes Cuba to advance to Gold Cup quarterfinals
John Molinaro
Lucas Cavallini and Jonathan David both scored hat tricks in a 7-0 win for Canada over Cuba on Sunday to help the Reds book their spot in the quarterfinals of the Concacaf Gold Cup.
FIFA Women's World Cup: Canada vs. Sweden by the numbers
John Molinaro
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Toronto FC winless in eight games after road loss to FC Dallas
John Molinaro
Toronto FC wilted in the summer heat on Saturday night, dropping a 3-0 decision to FC Dallas at Toyota Stadium in Texas to extend its winless run to eight games.
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Osorio embracing lineup changes as sign of Canada's depth at Gold Cup
John Molinaro
Coach John Herdman caught pundits and fans off-guard with his flurry of lineup changes for Canada. But Jonathan Osorio wasn't fazed by it. In fact, he found it further proof that this team is the best Canadian team he's ever played on.
Canada gets chance to prove it can compete with World Cup's best
John Molinaro
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Sinclair scores, but Canada loses to Dutch at Women's World Cup
John Molinaro
After breezing through its first two games at the FIFA Women’s World Cup in France, Canada came crashing down to earth on Thursday with a 2-1 loss to the Netherlands.