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Toronto FC has named former lead assistant Chris Cummins as the team's interim head coach, replacing John Carver who resigned suddenly last week.

Is Cummins, 37, the right man for the job? Or should Toronto FC have picked someone with more professional head coaching experience? Vote in the Footie Fan Poll, post your comment and have your say.