TFC set to play first MLS reserve league game

RYAN WOLSTAT, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 8:28 PM ET

TORONTO - Toronto FC will make its return to Major League Soccer’s reserve league on Sunday at 11 a.m. at Downsview Park.

After being disbanded for the past two seasons, the reserve league returned this year as teams were allowed to expand their rosters from 24 to 30.

The first game was on March 20, but TFC is only now set to play its first of 10 matches.

The games will give players, who have fallen out of favour with head coach Aron Winter or those who haven’t had a chance to show what they can do, a chance to prove themselves.

A number of future MLS stars, such as 2010 scoring leader Chris Wondolowski of San Jose and Omar Cummings of Colorado previously toiled in the reserve league.

The league is divided into East, Central and West divisions.


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