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Toronto Star file photo Will the Argos (seen here in the late '80s) end up back at Exhibition Place? It's a prospect some at city hall are pushing for, including Mayor Rob Ford. The Star Policards : 0 Councillors mentioned in this article Maple Leaf
The Raptors, meanwhile, will play two preseason games next year in other Canadian cities, reducing the number of preseason games in 2014-2015 season ticket packages...But he stresses that 20 per cent of season holders who opt out of two preseason
When Toronto FC committed $100 million in transfer fees and salaries for three superstar players last month, Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment CEO Tim Leiweke acknowledged that the club wouldn't come close to recouping that money in the short term.
England soccer star Jermain Defoe says it was "surreal" to be phoned by hip-hop star Drake during negotiations to bring the striker to Toronto FC...CP Video Dwayne De Rosario is a member of Toronto FC once again, re-signing with his hometown team
CEO known for the kind of off-the-cuff comments that make communications staff nervous may have hinted at a future deal between the company he directs and the CFL's Toronto Argonauts. BMO Field, and soon , to include a partial roof and more seats.
Bezbatchenko recalls thinking that it wasn't that much unlike doing deals in North America, . . . but with better prosciutto...They flew to London and travelled to the training grounds of Tottenham Hotspur. Unlike Italy, they would meet with only one
CEO Tim Leiweke, fresh off a splashy $100 million investment in two players , wants to add a partial roof and more seats to a seven-year-old facility that he says has already fallen behind the rest of the league. The $63-million stadium was built
The obituaries have been written, the eulogies have been heard. When Jermain Defoe officially kisses the Premier League goodbye on 28 February he will head west in search of untold wealth and new frontiers. But it comes at a cost, as he is also
Toronto mayor Rob Ford holds a press conference after taking the media on a tour of his city hall office which was decorated for Halloween. The Globe and Mail Video Businessman and former councillor David Soknacki has filed his nomination papers to
Jermain Defoe retains World Cup hope after MLS move England striker Jermain Defoe does not believe that his move from Tottenham to Major League Soccer side Toronto will harm his World Cup chances. The 31-year-old will stay at Spurs until moving to