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Financially troubled Toronto Wolfpack could learn fate as early as next week
It looks like the future of the Toronto Wolfpack could be decided as early as next week. The financially troubled transatlantic team faces a Friday deadline to file its response to questions from English rugby league authorities.
Toronto FC coach calls decision to not reward top regular-season club 'disgraceful'
Toronto FC head coach Greg Vanney and captain Michael Bradley were not impressed by news the Supporters' Shield, awarded annually to the team with the best regular-season record, won't be handed out this year because of the campaign's unusual circumstances due to the pandemic.
Canada Soccer cancels women's national team camp in England due to COVID-19
Canada Soccer has called off the camp, where the Canadian women, currently ranked eighth in the world, were to have played No. 6 England this month. It would have been their first get-together since a March tournament prior to the lockdown.
Canada captain Christine Sinclair looks to help young girls impacted by pandemic
Isolation has exacerbated mental health issues, as have increased economic instability and the threat of violence at home. The Canadian Women's Foundation says local "girl-focused" programs face growing challenges to stay open.
Toronto FC's Jozy Altidore details anguish of balancing soccer and social justice
While no fan of sharing with the media, Jozy Altidore's voice has been loud and clear in recent months. The Toronto FC striker has used social media to call out FIFA and UEFA on racism, lambasted Donald Trump, talked up younger teammates and cheered on the NWSL's return to action.
Fate of Toronto Wolfpack deferred for 4 weeks as Super League continues review
Super League wants more time — and information — before deciding whether to readmit the Toronto Wolfpack. The Super League board said it is giving prospective new owner Carlo LiVolsi a four-week time period to provide details about investment plans for the club.
Wolfpack's fate could be decided Friday at Super League board meeting
The Toronto Wolfpack's fate will eventually be decided by the 11 other Super League clubs, executive chairman Robert Elstone and the Rugby Football League. All have one vote.
Canadian soccer international Quinn hopes to start conversation, help young trans people
There is only one name before Janine Beckie, Kadeisha Buchanan, Gabrielle Carle and the rest of the alphabetized Canadian women's soccer roster on the Canada Soccer website. Quinn. No first name. Just Quinn.
Toronto FC learns rest of revamped MLS schedule, with busy October ahead
Toronto FC learned Tuesday what lies ahead in the rest of the pandemic-rejigged MLS regular season. Seven matches in October and two in November. Six "home" games in East Hartford, Conn. A steady diet of Eastern Conference opponents.
Wolfpack pledge to pay missed wages if returned to Super League
The Toronto Wolfpack continued their lobbying campaign to return to Super League with a pledge Friday to meet all outstanding payroll commitments if accepted back into England's top flight under new ownership.
Canadian MLS teams head south for next phase of pandemic-rejigged schedule
With U.S. teams facing travel restrictions coming north because of COVID-19, the Canadian clubs will play all three of their games south of the border.
Toronto FC, Montreal Impact set to square off in crucial Canadian round-robin match
Toronto looks to bounce back from consecutive losses when it plays the last match of its six-game Canadian round-robin against the Impact on Wednesday. A win and Montreal will be in the driver's seat in the mini-tournament.
Canada's World Cup qualifying final stage pushed back until March 2021
Canada will have to wait until the spring to start its qualifying journey for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar after CONCACAF announced Tuesday that first-round qualifying matches will now start next March.
Potential new owner of Toronto Wolfpack identified as Carlo LiVolsi
Local entrepreneur Carlo LiVolsi is the potential buyer looking to revive the financially troubled Toronto Wolfpack.
Toronto FC captain Michael Bradley likely out weeks with knee sprain
Toronto FC captain Michael Bradley will be sidelined for several weeks with a right knee strain sustained late in Tuesday's 1-0 loss to visiting Montreal.