2014 Toronto FC season

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Toronto FC
2014 season
General Manager Tim Bezbatchenko
Head Coach Ryan Nelsen
Stadium BMO Field
MLS Conference:7th
Overall: 13th
MLS Cup Playoffs Did Not Qualify
Canadian Championship Runners–up
Top goalscorer League: Jermain Defoe (11)
All: Jermain Defoe (12)
Highest home attendance 22,591
Lowest home attendance 18,269
Average home league attendance 22,086
Home colours
Away colours

The 2014 Toronto FC season was the eighth season in club history. During the off-season, Toronto FC agreed to a one-year partnership with USL outfit Wilmington Hammerheads. Jackson, Justin Morrow, Dwayne De Rosario, Gilberto, Michael Bradley, Jermain Defoe, Bradley Orr, Collen Warner, Luke Moore, Dominic Oduro, Warren Creavalle and Júlio César came to Toronto.

Toronto opened pre-season on January 24. Toronto will start the season on March 15 against the Seattle Sounders FC and finish on October 25 against the New England Revolution.

Background[edit]

Background information[edit]

During the 2013 season, Toronto FC finished second from bottom of the Eastern Conference.[1] They had finished 19th out of 19 teams in the 2012 season.[1] Toronto held off renewal of season tickets "months later than normal — hoping that off-season moves have given ticket-holders a reason to get back on board."[2] Toronto FC agreed to a one-year partnership with USL outfit Wilmington Hammerheads on January 22.[3] In the deal, will receive a minimum of four Toronto FC reserve team players.[3] Also included in the deal is invitation for the Wilmington Hammerheads to attend the club's pre–season training camp in Florida, the club's coaching curriculum, and an MLS club's professional environment which includes a business relationship and a friendly.[3]

During the off-season, Toronto acquired Jackson,[4] Issey Nakajima-Farran,[5] Justin Morrow,[6] and Dwayne De Rosario.[7] Gilberto signed as a designated player.[8] Gilberto had "turned down deals in Mexico, Germany, and other countries."[8] In addition to Gilberto, Michael Bradley and Jermain Defoe joined the club as designated players.[9] Defoe was due to join Toronto on February 28 from Tottenham Hotspur.[10] However, Defoe didn't join Toronto until March 9[11] due to International duty with England.[12] Bradley Orr[13] and Júlio César[14] joined Toronto on loan.

The options on Gale Agbossoumonde, Joe Bendik, Mark Bloom, Bright Dike, Jeremy Hall, Chris Konopka, Reggie Lambe, Ryan Richter, Quillan Roberts, Emery Welshman, and Andrew Wiedeman were exercised.[15] Joe Bendik signed a new contract.[16] Greg Vanney was hired as Assistant General Manager and the Academy Director on December 11.[17]

Darel Russell and Michael Thomas options were declined,[15] and they will not be returning to Toronto FC.[18] Stefan Frei, Justin Braun, Danny Koevermans are out of contract[15] and their contracts won't be extended.[18] Tim Bezbatchenko confirmed that Darel Russell, Michael Thomas, Stefan Frei, Justin Braun, and Danny Koevermans definitely won't be back with the club in 2014.[19] The right to sign Stefan Frei was traded to the Seattle Sounders FC.[16] Stefan Frei was the longest-serving player at the club at the time of the trade.[16] Richard Eckersley[20] and Matías Laba[21] were traded. Jonas Elmer and Toronto FC "mutually agreed to part ways."[22] Emery Welshman[23] and Reggie Lambe[24] were placed on waivers.

Robert Earnshaw and Bobby Convey[edit]

Robert Earnshaw and Bobby Convey options were also declined.[15] Bobby Convey had expected to return to the club.[15] However, Toronto FC General Manager Tim Bezbatchenko stated that he wanted Bobby Convey back at the club and stated that he "could be an important piece."[19] The club are "attempting to make the veteran's salary cap hit match his on-field production."[19] Tim Bezbatchenko also stated that he wanted Robert Earnshaw back at the club.[19] The rights to Bobby Convey were traded to the New York Red Bulls.[25]

Designated player search[edit]

The club was in the process of a "lengthy search" for a "marquee-designated player".[26] MLSE President Tim Leiweke, Club General Manager Tim Bezbatchenko, and Head Coach Ryan Nelsen traveled to Europe in October 2013 to search for such a player.[27] Leiweke was quoted, stating, that "the days of us putting our toe in the water and trying to find a cheap DP (designated player) are over. We're going to go swing for the fences."[27] The club wanted to sign two strikers in the January transfer window[28] and were at the "top of the list."[27] The attention was on clubs in the Premier League and Serie A.[27] Jermain Defoe,[26] Alberto Gilardino[26] Samuel Eto'o[29] and Fabio Quagliarella[30] were rumoured to join Toronto FC. The club denied the report about signing Defoe,[31] but Bezbatchenko stated that "it's obvious the public "knows" who the targets are."[32] Bezbatchenko also stated that "We’ve identified 3–5 (potential Designated Players) that would fit the role" and that "We’re really honing in [sic] on two."[32] Another name in the media was Gilberto.[33] Toronto FC was in competition with clubs in La Liga, Liga MX, Serie A, and Bundesliga for Gilberto's signature.[33] Gilberto was in Toronto[34] and was at the Toronto Raptors game on December 10.[35] Gilberto signed for the club on December 14.[8] Michael Bradley and Defoe joined Gilberto as designated players.[9] Defoe joined Toronto on February 28.[10] Defoe was part of a marketing campaign with the club.[36] The club put together a television advertisement stating that it's a "bloody big deal" that Defoe is coming to Toronto FC.[36] The ad was also online and had close to 60,000 views in a day.[36] The ads were running on The Sports Network and Sportsnet with Toronto being the main focus of the marketing campaign.[36] Even though MLSE was using Defoe in their marketing campaigns, British newspaper The Guardian stated "The money may be good but the club are woeful and playing in Canada may end the striker's World Cup hopes."[1]

Transactions[edit]

In[edit]

Date Player Position Previous Club Fee/Notes Ref
December 9 Brazil Jackson MF United States FC Dallas Traded for allocation cash and a conditional second-round pick. [4]
December 14 Brazil Gilberto FW Brazil Internacional Signed as a designated player. [8]
December 17 United States Justin Morrow DF United States San Jose Earthquakes Acquired in a trade with San Jose Earthquakes for allocation money [6]
December 18 Canada Dwayne De Rosario MF United States D.C. United Selected in the second round of the Re-Entry Draft from D.C. United [7]
January 9 Canada Jordan Hamilton FW Canada TFC Academy Graduated from Academy. [37]
January 13 United States Michael Bradley MF Italy Roma $10 million; signed as designated player. [9]
January 24 England Bradley Orr DF England Blackburn Rovers Loan deal until December 2014. [13]
February 14 Brazil Júlio César GK England Queens Park Rangers Signed on loan. [14]
February 28 England Jermain Defoe FW England Tottenham Hotspur $10 million, signed as a designated player [9]
[10]
March 28 Canada Issey Nakajima-Farran MF Cyprus AEK Larnaca Signed on free transfer [5]
May 8 England Luke Moore FW United States Chivas USA Acquired in three team trade which sent Gale Agbossoumonde to the Colorado Rapids. [38]
May 16 United States Collen Warner MF Canada Montreal Impact Acquired in trade which sent Issey Nakajima-Farran and allocation money to the Montreal Impact. [39]
June 6 Ghana Dominic Oduro MF United States Columbus Crew Acquired in trade that sent Álvaro Rey to the Columbus Crew. [40]
July 23 United States Warren Creavalle MF/DF United States Houston Dynamo Acquired in trade with the #14 allocation spot which sent allocation money and the #1 allocation spot to the Houston Dynamo. [41]
September 15 Canada Chris Mannella MF Canada TFC Academy Graduated from academy. [42]

Out[edit]

Date Player Position Destination Club Fee/Notes Ref
November 29 Wales Robert Earnshaw FW England Blackpool Option declined [15]
[18]
November 29 United States Bobby Convey MF United States New York Red Bulls Option declined; the rights and a second round pick in the 2014 MLS SuperDraft was traded to New York Red Bulls for a first round pick in the 2014 MLS SuperDraft and a third round pick in the 2016 MLS SuperDraft. [15]
[18]
[25]
November 29 England Darel Russell MF United States Tampa Bay Rowdies Option declined [15]
[18]
November 29 United States Michael Thomas MF United States Oklahoma City Energy Option declined [15]
[18]
[43]
November 29 United States Justin Braun FW United States Sacramento Republic Out of contract. [15]
[18]
November 29 Switzerland Stefan Frei GK United States Seattle Sounders FC Out of contract; rights traded for a conditional 2015 MLS SuperDraft first round pick. [15]
[16]
[18]
November 29 Netherlands Danny Koevermans FW Netherlands Utrecht Out of contract. [15]
[18]
[44]
January 27 England Richard Eckersley DF United States New York Red Bulls Traded for a fourth-round pick in the 2017 MLS SuperDraft. [20]
February 7 Switzerland Jonas Elmer DF Switzerland FC Winterthur Elmer and Toronto FC "mutually agreed to part ways." [22]
February 25 Canada Emery Welshman FW Canada Sigma FC Placed on waivers. [23]
February 26 Argentina Matías Laba MF Canada Vancouver Whitecaps FC Traded for future considerations. [21]
March 5 Bermuda Reggie Lambe MF Sweden Nyköpings BIS Placed on waivers. [24]
May 8 United States Gale Agbossoumonde DF United States Colorado Rapids Traded for Luke Moore. [38]
May 16 Canada Issey Nakajima-Farran MF Canada Montreal Impact Traded with allocation money to the Montreal Impact for Collen Warner. [39]
June 6 Spain Álvaro Rey MF United States Columbus Crew Traded for Dominic Oduro. [40]
July 25 Brazil Júlio César GK England Queens Park Rangers Recalled from loan. [45]

Pre–season[edit]

Review[edit]

Toronto Opened pre–season on January 24 and left for a training camp in Florida on January 27.[46] The expectations are "sky high" coming into pre–season.[46] During pre–season training camp in Florida, Toronto defeated D.C. United 1–0 before returning to Toronto on February 7.[47] However, Toronto returned to Florida to play in the Walt Disney World Pro Soccer Classic in Orlando, Florida.[47] During the tournament, Toronto lost to Columbus Crew 3–1,[48] tied Orlando City 1–1,[49] tied Philadelphia Union 0–0,[50] lost to Fluminense FC U23 team 4–2.[51] During pre–season, Bright Dike injured his leg[52] and will be out for six months.[53] Doneil Henry trained with West Ham United during West Ham United for two and a half weeks.[54]

Pre–season results[edit]

Walt Disney World Pro Soccer Classic

  Win   Draw   Loss

Date Venue Opponent Res.
F–A
Goalscorers Ref.
Toronto FC Opponent
February 19 A Columbus Crew 1–3 Wahl Goal 14' (o.g.) Higuaín Goal 10'
Williams Goal 12'
Bedell Goal 61'
[48][55]
February 22 H Orlando City 1–1 Bekker Goal 13' (pen.) Howard Goal 87' [49]
February 26 A Philadelphia Union 0–0 [50]
March 1 H Fluminense FC U23 2–4 Bradley Goal 26'
De Rosario Goal 36'
Pablo Goal 18'
Igor Julião Goal 36'
Carvalho Goal 53' (pen.)
Robert Goal 56'
[51][56]

Major League Soccer[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Review[edit]

March–April[edit]

Toronto faced Seattle Sounders FC on March 15 in their season opener[57] after having a bye–week during the opening weekend in the Major League Soccer season.[54] Toronto won the match 2–1.[58] Jermain Defoe scored both goals for Toronto and Clint Dempsey scored for Seattle.[58] Gilberto didn't travel with the team to Seattle due to an injury.[59] Gilberto suffered a hip flexor injury during pre–season.[59] Bright Dike is out long–term.[53] Michael Bradley, Justin Morrow, Bradley Orr, and Álvaro Rey were "questionable" for the game.[60] Bradley, Morrow, and Rey started the match and Orr came on as a substitute in the 65th minute.[57] Doneil Henry started the match[57] and made his 50th league appearance.[54] Dempsey got a two-game suspension for "violent conduct" from an incident with Mark Bloom.[61] Dempsey had hit Bloom in the groin.[61] Toronto's first home game is against D.C. United[62] on March 22.[63] Toronto won 1–0 with a goal from Jermain Defoe.[64] This is the first time that Toronto won the first two games of the season.[65] Toronto faced Real Salt Lake on March 29.[66] Real Salt Lake won 3–0 with goals from Álvaro Saborío (2 Goals) and Luis Gil.[66] Jackson was suspended for the match.[67]

Toronto starts April with a 2–0 win against the Columbus Crew on April 5.[68] Steven Caldwell was suspended for the match.[69]

May–June[edit]
July[edit]
August[edit]

Then Toronto tied Chicago Fire 2–2 on August 23.[70] Bakary Soumaré (own goal) and Gilberto scored for Toronto and Robert Earnshaw and Quincy Amarikwa scored for Chicago.[70] Steven Caldwell and Justin Morrow left the game injured.[71] To finish off August, Toronto lost to New England Revolution 3–0 on August 30 with goals from Lee Nguyen, Kelyn Rowe, and Teal Bunbury.[72] All three goals came off of turnovers. Toronto turned the ball over which led to Nguyen and Rowe scoring[73] and the ball came off the referee after Michael Bradley tried "to swing the ball right sideline"[74] which led to Bunburys goal. The following day, head coach Ryan Nelsen and his assistants were fired.[75] Greg Vanney became the new head coach.[75]

September[edit]

Toronto started September with two games against the Philadelphia Union. In the first match, on September 3, Philadelphia won 1–0 with a goal from Conor Casey.[76] Ashtone Morgan, who made his first appearance since the opening game of the season, was sent–off[77] after "pulling down" Sébastien Le Toux while Le Toux was "on a breakaway."[78] This was Greg Vanney's first match in–charge as head coach.[79] In the second match, on September 6, Philadelphia won 2–0 with goals from Connor Casey and Andrew Wenger.[80] The second match was Vanney's first home match since he became the new head coach.[81] The loss to Philadelphia meant Philadelphia overtook Toronto in the Eastern Conference standings.[82] Then, on September 13, Toronto tied Chicago Fire 1–1. Michael Bradley was critical of the referee after the match and was eventually fined an undisclosed amount for the comment.[83] Then on September 21, Toronto defeated Chivas USA 3–0 with goals from Jackson, Luke Moore, and Gilberto.[84]

Regular season results[edit]

  Win   Draw   Loss

MD Date
KO EST
Venue Opponent Res.
F–A
Att. Goalscorers and disciplined players Ref.
Toronto FC Opponent
1 March 15
4:30 p.m.
A Seattle Sounders FC 2–1 38,441 Defoe Goal 17'24'
Rey YC 63'
Morrow YC 78'
César YC 83'
Dempsey Goal 68'
Alonso YC 70'
[57]
2 March 22
4:30 p.m.
H D.C. United 1–0 22,591 Jackson YC 50'
Defoe Goal 60'
Arnaud YC 55' [63]
3 March 29
9:30 p.m.
A Real Salt Lake 0–3 18,881 Defoe YC 29'
Henry YC 31'
Caldwell YC 35'
Saborío Goal 11' (pen.)55'
Gil Goal 28'
Schuler YC 38'
[66]
4 April 5
6:00 p.m.
A Columbus Crew 2–0 12,045 Bradley Goal 11'
Bloom YC 34'
Issey Goal 85'
[68]
5 April 12
4:00 p.m.
H Colorado Rapids 0–1 22,591 Caldwell YC 17' Buddle Goal 11' [85]
6 April 19
8:30 p.m.
A FC Dallas 1–2 17,406 Issey Goal 21' YC 55'
Jackson YC 74'
Hedges Goal 37'
Pérez Goal 88'
[86]
7 May 3
1:00 p.m.
H New England Revolution 1–2 22,591 Jackson Goal 6' YC 43'
Bradley YC 58'
Mullins Goal 24'
Nguyen Goal 82' (pen.)
Fagúndez YC 75'
Caldwell YC 90+2'
[87]
8 May 17
4:30 p.m.
H New York Red Bulls 2–0 22,591 Defoe Goal 12' YC 88'
Morrow YC 45'
Moore Goal 90+5'
Henry YC 4'
Olave YC 42'
Armando YC 88'
[88]
9 May 23
8:30 p.m.
A Sporting Kansas City 2–2 19,914 Moore Goal 67' YC 84'
Orr Goal 90+1'
Caldwell Red card 63'
Gilberto YC 39'
Bloom YC 57'
Dwyer Goal 47' Goal 84' (pen.)
Nagamura YC 79'
[89]
10 May 31
5:00 p.m.
H Columbus Crew 3–2 22,591 Defoe Goal 21' (pen.) Goal 81'
Henry Goal 90+2' YC 90+4'
Bendik YC 66'
Gilberto YC 77'
Bekker YC 80'
Meram Goal 18'
Viana Goal 65' YC 60'
Parkhurst YC 39'
Wahl YC 83'
[90]
11 June 7
4:00 p.m.
H San Jose Earthquakes 1–0 22,591 Defoe Goal 27' (pen.) YC 90+3'
Henry YC 17'
Hagglund YC 84'
Cronin YC 60'
GoodsonYC 66'
[91]
12 June 27
8:00 p.m.
A New York Red Bulls 2–2 20,176 Defoe Goal 55'
Gilberto Goal 72'
Morrow YC 11'
Luyindula Goal 36'
Wright-Phillips Goal 90+3'
[92]
13 July 2
8:30 p.m.
A Chicago Fire 1–1 13,153 Moore Red card 29'
Jackson Goal 43'
Caldwell YC 53'
Amarikwa YC 45+2'
Shipp Goal 57'
Palmer YC 86'
14 July 5
4:00 p.m.
H D.C. United 1–2 22,591 Moore Goal 60'
Hagglund Red card 89'
DeLeon Goal 54'
Kitchen Goal 70'
15 July 12
7:00 p.m.
H Houston Dynamo 4–2 22,591 Osorio Goal 39'
Oduro Goal 45+1'
Defoe YC 37' Goal 63' Goal 89'
Davis Goal 13' Goal 30'
Sarkodie YC 35'
Taylor YC 37'
Horst YC 40'
Ricardo Clark YC 56'
Creavalle YC 59'
[93]
16 July 16
8:00 p.m.
H Vancouver Whitecaps FC 1–1 22,591 Defoe Goal 64' (pen.)
Orr YC 28'
Warner YC 90+4'
Mattocks Goal 50'
Teibert YC 28'
Reo-Coker YC 70'
Adekugbe YC 85'
[94]
17 July 19
9:00 p.m.
A Houston Dynamo 2–2 20,069 [95]
18 July 26
7:00 p.m.
H Sporting Kansas City 1–2 22,591 Jackson Goal 16' YC 32'
Morrow YC 35'
Oduro YC 44'
Henry YC 45'+2'
Bradley YC 73'
Zusi Goal 48'
Besler YC 53' Yellow cardRed card 75'
Peterson Goal 80'
19 July 30
7:00 p.m.
A D.C. United 0–3 16,171 Warner YC 36'
Bradley YC 68'
Johnson Goal 8' YC 90'
Arnaud YC 42'
Korb YC 54'
Rolfe Goal 59'
Hagglund Goal 67' (o.g.)
20 August 3
6:00 p.m.
A Montreal Impact 2–0 16,665 Gilberto Goal 11'
Moore Goal 54'
Król YC 32'
Ferrari YC 53'
Camara YC 77'
21 August 9
7:30 p.m.
A Columbus Crew 3–2 17,822 Gilberto Goal 43'
Henry YC 53'
Osorio Goal 59'
Moore Goal 84'
Higuaín Goal 45+2' (pen.)
Meram Goal 81'
22 August 16
8:30 p.m.
A Sporting Kansas City 1–4 20,730 Gilberto Goal 45+1' (pen.)
23 August 23
7:00 p.m.
H Chicago Fire 2–2 22,591 Soumaré Goal 3' (o.g.)
Warner YC 57'
Gilberto Goal 79'
Palmer YC 20'
Alex YC 39'
Soumaré YC 46'
Earnshaw Goal 70'
Amarikwa Goal 90'
Segares YC 90+1'
[70]
24 August 30
5:00 p.m.
H New England Revolution 0–3 22,591 Gilberto YC 82' Nguyen Goal 2'
Bunbury YC 4' Goal 58'
Rowe Goal 21' YC 36'
Caldwell YC 47'
[72]
25 September 3
7:00 p.m.
A Philadelphia Union 0–1 15,238 Morgan Red card 77'
Bradley YC 83'
Henry YC 90'+3'
Edu YC 33'
Casey Goal 55'
[76]
26 September 6
2:00 p.m.
H Philadelphia Union 0–2 22,591 Henry YC 28' Casey Goal 8'
Wenger Goal 44'
[80]
27 September 13
8:30 p.m.
A Chicago Fire 1–1 18,691 Hagglund YC 47'
Morrow YC 62'
De Rosario Goal 89'
Palmer Goal 11'
Nyassi YC 41'
[96]
28 September 21
3:00 p.m.
H Chivas USA 3–0 22,591 Jackson Goal 23' Red card 66'
Moore Goal 45'+2'
Gilberto Goal 54'
Lovitz YC 75'
Sturgis YC 38'
Reo-Coker Red card 66'
[84]
29 September 27
1:00 p.m.
H Portland Timbers 3–2 22,591 Hagglund Goal 62'70'
Bradley Goal 89'
Moore YC 90+1'
Fanendo Adi Goal 13'
Caldwell Goal 16' (o.g.)
Chará YC 45+7'
Valeri YC 88'
30 October 4
10:30 p.m.
A LA Galaxy 0–3 24,064 Osorio YC 66' Keane Goal 22'25'
Sarvas YC 66'
Gordon Goal 90+3'
31 October 8
7:30 p.m.
H Houston Dynamo 0–1 18,269 Lovitz YC 90+5' Barnes Goal 35'
Cochran Red card 55'
32 October 11
7:00 p.m.
A New York Red Bulls 1–3 24,068 Creavalle YC 33'
Osorio Goal 55'
Hagglund Red card 86'
Bradley YC 89'
Eckersley YC 15'
Wright-Phillips Goal 26'
Izquierdo Goal 35'
McCarty Goal 44'
Alexander YC 78'
Olave YC 90+4'
33 October 18
2:00 p.m.
H Montreal Impact 1–1 18,329 Creavalle Goal 20'
Jackson YC 88'
Osorio Red card 90+3'
Bendik YC 90+4'
De Rosario YC 90+5'
Camara YC 5' Yellow cardRed card 90+5'
Martins Goal 39'
Ferrari YC 55'
Pearce Red card 82'
Bush YC 90'
34 October 25
7:30 p.m.
A New England Revolution 0–1 32,766 Morrow YC 61' Nguyen Goal 35' [97]

Table[edit]

Conference[edit]
Pos Team Pld W L T GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 D.C. United 34 17 9 8 52 37 +15 59 Conference Semi-finals & 2015–16 CONCACAF Champions League
2 New England Revolution 34 17 13 4 51 37 +14 55 Conference Semi-finals
3 Columbus Crew SC 34 14 10 10 52 42 +10 52 Knockout round
4 New York Red Bulls 34 13 10 11 55 50 +5 50
5 Sporting Kansas City 34 14 13 7 48 41 +7 49
6 Philadelphia Union 34 10 12 12 51 51 0 42
7 Toronto FC 34 11 15 8 44 54 −10 41
8 Houston Dynamo 34 11 17 6 39 58 −19 39
9 Chicago Fire 34 6 10 18 41 51 −10 36
10 Montreal Impact 34 6 18 10 38 58 −20 28
Source: MLS
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) total wins; 3) total goal differential; 4) total goals scored; 5) disciplinary points; 6) away goals scored; 7) away goal differential; 8) home goals scored; 9) home goal differential; 10) coin toss or drawing of lots.
Overall[edit]
Pos Team Pld W L D GF GA GD Pts
1 Seattle Sounders FC (SS, W1) 34 20 10 4 65 50 +15 64 2015–16 CONCACAF Champions League 1 4
2 LA Galaxy 34 17 7 10 69 37 +32 61 2015–16 CONCACAF Champions League 2
3 D.C. United (E1) 34 17 9 8 52 37 +15 59 2015–16 CONCACAF Champions League 3
4 Real Salt Lake 34 15 8 11 54 39 +15 56 2015–16 CONCACAF Champions League 5
5 New England Revolution 34 17 13 4 51 46 +5 55
6 FC Dallas 34 16 12 6 55 45 +10 54
7 Columbus Crew 34 14 10 10 52 42 +10 52
8 New York Red Bulls 34 13 10 11 55 50 +5 50
9 Vancouver Whitecaps FC 34 12 8 14 42 40 +2 50 2015–16 CONCACAF Champions League 6
10 Sporting Kansas City 34 14 13 7 48 41 +7 49
11 Portland Timbers 34 12 9 13 61 52 +9 49
12 Philadelphia Union 34 10 12 12 51 51 0 42
13 Toronto FC 34 11 15 8 44 54 −10 41
14 Houston Dynamo 34 11 17 6 39 58 −19 39
15 Chicago Fire 34 6 10 18 41 51 −10 36
16 Chivas USA 34 9 19 6 29 61 −32 33
17 Colorado Rapids 34 8 18 8 43 62 −19 32
18 San Jose Earthquakes 34 6 16 12 35 50 −15 30
19 Montreal Impact 34 6 18 10 38 58 −20 28 2014–15 CONCACAF Champions League 7
Updated to match(es) played on October 26, 2014 11:36 PM, EDT. Source: MLSSoccer.com

(SS) = Supporters Shield winner; (E1) = Eastern Conference champion; (W1) = Western Conference champion

Results summary[edit]

Overall Home Away
Pld Pts W L T GF GA GD W L T GF GA GD W L T GF GA GD
34 41 11 15 8 44 54  −10 7 7 3 24 23  +1 4 8 5 20 31  −11

Last updated: October 25, 2014
Source: Results
Pld = Matches played; Pts = Points; W = Matches won; T = Matches tied; L = Matches lost; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against; GD = Goal difference

Canadian Championship[edit]

Toronto FC will open their attempt to win the 2014 Canadian Championship against the Vancouver Whitecaps FC, due to the seeding procedure used for the Championship.

Canadian Championship results[edit]

  Win   Draw   Loss

Leg Date Venue Opponent Res.
F–A
Agg. score
F–A
Att. Goalscorers and disciplined players Ref.
Toronto FC Opponent
Semi–final
FL May 7 H Vancouver Whitecaps FC 2–1 22,591 Defoe Goal 28'
Bradley YC 28', Goal 89'
De Rosario YC 90'
Mitchell YC 48'
Reo-Coker YC 60'
Manneh Goal 90', YC 90'
[99]
SL May 14 A Vancouver Whitecaps 1–2 (a.e.t.) 3–3
(5–3 p)
18,470 Henry Goal 4', YC 58'
Bekker YC 16'
Orr YC 89'
Bloom YC 92+'
Mitchell YC 30'
Hurtado Goal 43'
Salgado YC 78'
Morales Goal 86' (pen.)
[100]
Final
FL May 28 H Montreal Impact 1–1 18,269 Henry Goal 20'
Rey YC 35'
Mapp Goal 73'
Lefèvre YC 83'
[101]
SL June 4 A Montreal Impact 0–1 1–2 13,423 Bernardello YC 4'
Felipe Goal 90+1'
[102]

Mid-season friendlies[edit]

Results[edit]

  Win   Draw   Loss

Date Venue Opponent Res.
F–A
Att. Goalscorers and disciplined players Ref.
Toronto FC Opponent
June 18 A Wilmington Hammerheads 2–1 De Rosario Goal 20' (pen.)
Hoilett Goal 26'
Godelman Goal 85' [103][104]
July 23 H Tottenham Hotspur 2–3 22,591 Wiedeman Goal 65'
Hamilton Goal 73'
Lamela Goal 16'40'
Townsend Goal 85'
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Statistics[edit]

Team record[edit]

As of October 25, 2014
Competition First match Last match Record
G W L T GF GA GD Win % Ref.
Regular season March 15 October 25 34 11 15 8 44 54 −10 032.35 Regular season results
Canadian Championship May 7 June 4 4 1 2 1 4 5 −1 025.00 Canadian Championship results
Total 38 12 17 9 48 59 −11 031.58

Squad and statistics[edit]

As of October 25, 2014

No. Pos Nat Player Total Major League Soccer Canadian Championship
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
1 GK United States Chris Konopka 0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
2 DF United States Justin Morrow 34 0 30+1 0 2+1 0
3 DF United States Warren Creavalle 10 1 7+3 1 0+0 0
4 MF United States Michael Bradley 27 3 25+0 2 2+0 1
5 DF Canada Ashtone Morgan 5 0 2+1 0 2+0 0
7 FW Nigeria Bright Dike 2 0 0+2 0 0+0 0
8 MF Canada Kyle Bekker 24 0 13+7 0 3+1 0
9 FW Brazil Gilberto 32 7 21+7 7 3+1 0
11 MF Brazil Jackson 26 4 21+5 4 0+0 0
12 GK United States Joe Bendik 31 0 27+0 0 4+0 0
13 DF Scotland Steven Caldwell 24 0 21+0 0 3+0 0
14 MF Canada Dwayne De Rosario 23 1 4+15 1 1+3 0
15 DF Canada Doneil Henry 25 3 19+2 1 4+0 2
16 DF England Bradley Orr 21 1 14+5 1 2+0 0
17 DF United States Nick Hagglund 27 2 23+2 2 2+0 0
18 FW England Jermain Defoe 21 12 17+2 11 2+0 1
21 MF Canada Jonathan Osorio 29 3 24+3 3 1+1 0
22 FW Canada Jordan Hamilton 1 0 0+1 0 0+0 0
23 FW Ghana Dominic Oduro 24 2 17+7 2 0+0 0
25 MF United States Jeremy Hall 5 0 2+1 0 2+0 0
26 MF United States Collen Warner 20 0 19+1 0 0+0 0
27 FW England Luke Moore 29 6 22+5 6 2+0 0
28 DF United States Mark Bloom 29 0 26+0 0 2+1 0
32 FW United States Andrew Wiedeman 8 0 0+7 0 0+1 0
33 DF United States Ryan Richter 0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
35 MF United States Daniel Lovitz 21 0 5+13 0 2+1 0
40 GK Canada Quillan Roberts 0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
Players who left after the start of the season.
20 MF Canada Issey Nakajima-Farran 7 2 2+3 2 2+0 0
23 MF Spain Álvaro Rey 7 0 6+1 0 0+0 0
30 GK Brazil Júlio César 7 0 7+0 0 0+0 0

Goals and assists[edit]

Correct as of October 25, 2014

Clean sheets[edit]

Correct as of October 25, 2014

R Pos Nat Name Major League Soccer Canadian Championship Total
1 GK United States Joe Bendik 4 4
2 GK Brazil Júlio César 2 2
TOTALS 6 6

Disciplinary record[edit]

Correct as of October 25, 2014[106]

No. Pos. Name MLS Canadian Championship Total
YC Red card YC Red card YC Red card
2 DF United States Justin Morrow 6 0 0 0 6 0
3 DF United States Warren Creavalle 1 0 0 0 1 0
4 MF United States Michael Bradley 6 0 1 0 7 0
8 MF Canada Kyle Bekker 1 0 1 0 2 0
9 FW Brazil Gilberto 3 0 0 0 3 0
11 MF Brazil Jackson 5 1 0 0 5 1
12 GK United States Joe Bendik 2 0 0 0 2 0
13 DF Scotland Steven Caldwell 3 1 0 0 3 1
14 FW Canada Dwayne De Rosario 1 0 1 0 2 0
15 DF Canada Doneil Henry 8 0 1 0 9 0
16 DF England Bradley Orr 1 0 1 0 2 0
17 DF United States Nick Hagglund 2 2 0 0 2 2
18 FW England Jermain Defoe 5 0 0 0 5 0
20 MF Canada Issey Nakajima-Farran 1 0 0 0 1 0
21 MF Canada Jonathan Osorio 1 1 0 0 1 1
23 MF Spain Álvaro Rey 1 0 1 0 2 0
23 FW Ghana Dominic Oduro 2 0 0 0 2 0
26 MF United States Collen Warner 3 0 0 0 3 0
27 FW England Luke Moore 2 1 0 0 2 1
28 DF United States Mark Bloom 2 0 1 0 3 0
30 GK Brazil Júlio César 1 0 0 0 1 0
35 MF United States Daniel Lovitz 2 0 0 0 2 0
Total 59 6 7 0 66 6

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