Toronto FC needs to keep winning and a lot to happen. A 3-1 victory over Portland Saturday night has given TFC fans hope that the MLS playoffs can still be a reality.
Is it too early to dream? Most pundits had already moved past this season for #TFCLive, but oh the momentum we’re makin’…
— Fawzy Manaa 🇨🇦🇵🇸 (@FawzyManaa) August 14, 2022
Fawzy, if there was ever a time to dream now is the time. Toronto continues to build momentum with their new look squad. TFC has secured 10 of a possible 15-points in their last five games. A part of you wonders what would have happened this season had Bob Bradley had his current squad week 1. Toronto still needs a lot of help, but all they should be focused on is winning.
6ix on a 🌊. BMO WAS ROCKING
— Costa Fabrikis (@costafabrics) August 14, 2022
It absolutely was. I was lucky enough to attend Saturday’s game and the atmosphere was amazing. At one point in the second half I just looked around the stadium and realized there wasn’t an empty seat. Honestly a part of me is now waiting to share my positive COVID test, but it was worth it. The game was great. TFC put on a show, and they are becoming a very exciting to watch.
we are so lucky to have Laryea back
— Brandon (@Brandon_reis11) August 14, 2022
Brandon your tweet was so simple but so true. Playing in his second game since returning to Toronto, Richie Laryea has made a tremendous impact on the offense. For the second straight week Laryea assisted on a Jonathan Osorio goal. The Canadian international is giving TFC the spark that they needed.
Laryea wants TFC supporters to know that the love admiration works both ways. In a post game video Lareya says that BMO Field is the best place in the world to play.
“Best place in the world!”
— Toronto FC (@TorontoFC) August 14, 2022
Just a few weeks ago the 2022 MLS season just felt like a complete right off. Between lackluster performances and a roster with massive holes it wasn’t good. Toronto FC fans were patiently waiting for the summer transfer window to open, but it looked like it was too little too late.
Toronto is four points out of a playoff spot, but they have seven teams ahead of them. There’s still a lot of games left to play. Toronto needs to focus on themselves. Step one is to keep winning. TFC can’t scoreboard watch. It’s not going to be easy, but I wouldn’t be counting out the Reds just yet.