Marky Delgado

Toronto FC #18 - Midfielder

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Orlando City vs. Toronto FC: Preview & How to Watch

Orlando City leaves the country to take on Toronto in the third and final regular-season meeting with the Reds.

Orlando City vs. Toronto FC: Preview & How to Watch

Orlando City visits its own stadium in Round 2 of the 2021 season set against the Reds.

Orlando City vs. Toronto FC: Preview & How to Watch

Orlando City looks to keep things rolling with an old nemesis visiting Exploria Stadium.

For better or for worse, Armas’ hire means this is Ali Curtis’ team now


It is officially a new era at Toronto FC, and things might look quite different.

TFC Notebook: 6 questions Toronto FC need to answer early in the new year


The 2021 offseason has been eerily quiet for Toronto FC, however, there’s inevitably a storm coming.

2020 MLS Expansion Draft: Which 12 Toronto FC players would you protect?


A full guide to today’s action from a Toronto FC perspective.

Re-watch: Toronto FC finally lifts the MLS Cup in front of home supporters at BMO Field


On this day three years ago, the unthinkable occurred.

Toronto FC decline Piatti’s 2021 contract option; look to bring in new designated player


The club announced a flurry of roster moves today to conclude the 2020 MLS season.

Toronto FC expected to make year-end roster decisions today; what do we know?


Pablo Piatti, Tony Gallacher, Justin Morrow, and Auro Jr. are just a few of the key decisions TFC have to make heading into the 2021 offseason.

FT: Toronto FC 0-1 Nashville SC—MLS Cup Playoffs preview, game thread, how to watch


Win or go home: the postseason is upon us! Join Michael Singh who has us covered with the live commentary this evening as the Reds embark on their 2020 MLS Cup Playoffs voyage. Will it be another...

TFC Notebook: It’s time to free the young guns


What do Toronto FC need to improve or reestablish in order to find success in the 2020 MLS Cup Playoffs?

Richie Laryea, Pablo Piatti expected to be available for TFC’s first playoff game


Piatti has missed the past four matches while Laryea left the Reds last contest with a groin injury, but both appear to be ready to go Tuesday.