2. Can Toronto turn it around?
Time is running out for Toronto and Sunday’s result was a step in the wrong direction.
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They do deserve credit for their will to at least earn a point after going down to ten men early on. However, one has to think that two or three more losses this season will see them miss the playoffs.
Toronto currently sit seven points behind the Montreal Impact, who are in the final playoff position in the East. Their biggest rivals for that last spot, however, may be the New England Revolution, who are six points clear of Toronto having played the same number of games.
Toronto don’t have to win out but if they can’t recover from Sunday’s loss, it may be over.