• The Canadian Press

    Toronto FC sells young Canadian winger Jayden Nelson to Norway's Rosenborg

    Toronto FC has sold Canadian international winger Jayden Nelson to Norway's Rosenborg BK. The 20-year-old from Brampton, Ont., made 50 appearances across all competitions since joining Toronto as a homegrown player in January 2020. A work in progress, understandably so given his age, he showed plenty of flashes of his attacking skills in TFC colours. But the moves were sometimes accompanied by questionable decision-making and ended poorly. Nelson found himself behind Lorenzo Insigne and Federico

  • The Canadian Press

    Apple adds more Canadian talent to broadcast crew for MLS Season Pass

    Canadians Paul Dolan, Greg Sutton, Olivier Brett, Vincent Destouches and Blake Price are joining Apple's MLS Season Pass broadcast team. Wednesday marked the third round of on-air personalities announced by Apple and Major League Soccer. Canadians Patrice Bernier, Kaylyn Kyle, Ross Smith and Matt Cullen were previously announced as part of the broadcast team. Dolan, Sutton and Destouches will serve as match analysts with Destouches on the French-language side. Brett and Price will be part of the

  • The Canadian Press

    Toronto FC adds Norwegian international defender, moves close to finalizing roster

    Toronto FC's off-season shopping appears to be just about complete. On Tuesday, the MLS club announced the signing of Norwegian international Sigurd Rosted, an experienced defender who is the latest piece in a rejigged backline. The former Brondby IF centre back joins free agent signing Matt Hedges at the heart of the Toronto defence flanked by fellow newcomer Raoul Petretta and holdover Richie Laryea at fullback. Former New York City FC captain Sean Johnson, a key off-season free agent addition

  • The Canadian Press

    Canadian goalkeeper Dayne St. Clair set to start MLS season as Minnesota's No. 1

    When opportunity knocked, Dayne St. Clair was ready last season. The Canadian goalkeeper got his chance in Minnesota United's third game of the year after starter Tyler Miller was sidelined by the flu. St. Clair responded with an MLS player of the week performance against the New York Red Bulls, making eight saves including stopping a Patryk Klimala penalty kick. The 25-year-old from Pickering, Ont., started the rest of the season, finishing with five shutouts, a 1.52 goals-against average and 1