Greg Vanney is anticipating some bad blood will carry over from Toronto’s previous meeting with DC United as they start a long stretch of away matches in the United States capital this weekend.
TFC threw away a two-goal lead to draw 2-2 with DC in their opening match of the MLS is Back Tournament, despite United playing the entire second half with 10 men.
There were disagreements between the two sets of players at full-time, which Toronto coach Vanney referenced this week as he discussed the upcoming meeting.
“Yes, I do think there will be a little bit of emotion in the game, ” he said.
The fixture is Toronto’s first back in the U.S. since the Orlando tournament, meanwhile, having previously played only against fellow Canadian outfits.
There is no immediate prospect of a return to their home after traveling south of the border, though, and Vanney added: “I think the circumstances
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