Toronto’s Altidore will need a ‘miracle’ to play in MLS Cup

Credit: Seattle Times- Published 2 weeks ago
TORONTO (AP) — Toronto FC striker Jozy Altidore says it will take a “little bit of a miracle” for him to play in the MLS Cup in Seattle on Sunday against the Sounders. “That’s where I am,” he said Monday. “And I’ve just got to try to keep trying to get myself there.” Altidore is […]
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