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Toronto FC keeping play-off hope

Andrei Dobrogeanu in General Soccer News, MLS 18 Sep 2008

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Toronto FC has not had the happiest of times in the latter stages of their second season in the MLS. The Canadian franchise is third from bottom in the league and has notched up only one win the last twelve games.

Toronto FC do still have six games in which to make up the six point gap between itself and the team occupying the last play-off spot, DC United. This however, does not seem to affect the spirit of Carl Robinson.

The English midfielder, who has played for Portsmouth and Sunderland, among others while in England took the time to rally his troops:

“The boys are still in very good spirits. We know that we should’ve won more games. That didn’t happen for one reason or another, but we have to try and put things right starting now,” said Carl Robinson, as reported by CBC Sports.

“We know we can compete with the best. What we need to do is perform more consistently and that’s been our problem. On our day we’re as good as anyone and as bad as anyone, and with six games left, we need to start winning.”

Next up for Toronto FC is an away game against fellow basement boys Kansas City – a must win game.

[Source: CBC Sports]

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