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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2017/2018 Season

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1 Toronto 20 9 5 69
2 NYCFC 16 9 9 57
3 Chicago 16 7 11 55
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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Toronto FC re-signs Drew Moor to one-year contract

Toronto FC hero Jozy Altidore joins SportsCenter to chat all things MLS Cup and how it eased the pain of the U.S.'s WCQ failure.

Drew Moor signed a new one-year contract with Toronto FC on Friday, the club announced, with an option to remain with the MLS Cup champion in 2019.

The 33-year-old center-back was out of contract after joining the Reds ahead of the 2016 season.

His second season in Toronto saw him anchor one of the league's best defenses, as TFC secured a historic domestic treble, winning the Canadian Championship, the Supporters' Shield and MLS Cup.

"Few words can express what it means to me and my family to continue...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

LAFC trades for Laurent Ciman after expansion draft

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Bradley Wright-Phillips and Laurent Ciman
Laurent Ciman is headed to Los Angeles FC after Tuesday's trade.

Los Angeles FC acquired the Montreal Impact's Laurent Ciman in a trade for two players the new MLS club acquired in the expansion draft hours earlier.

Montreal will receive defenders Jukka Raitala and Raheem Edwards, whom LAFC selected with its final two picks in the draft from Columbus and Toronto, respectively.

Ciman, 32, was named MLS defender of the year in 2015 and helped Belgium qualify for the World Cup this year.

"Laurent is a top defender who provides leadership and great distribution,"...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Toronto FC targets MLS Cup repeat at victory parade

Thousands of Toronto FC fans gathered in downtown Toronto on Monday morning to celebrate the club's first MLS Cup.

Toronto FC set its sights on repeating as MLS Cup champions while celebrating its first title with a parade through the city in front of thousands of fans on Monday.

Two days after becoming the first Canadian club to win the trophy, Toronto FC carried it on a double-decker bus through about six blocks to Nathan Phillips Square, where players and staff gathered on the steps to speak at a rally before the crowd.

"We started on a mission here a couple years ago with our guys, and everybody behind...