Drew Moor

Toronto FC

Philadelphia Union vs. Toronto FC Game Thread

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Game Info

  • Date: March 11, 2017
  • Time: 4:30 PM ET
  • Place: Talen Energy Stadium, Chester, PA
  • Television: Comcast SportsNet
  • Stream: MLS Live
  • All-Time Record: Series is tied 6-6-5
  • Know Thy Enemy: Waking The Red

Starting XI

  • Philadelphia Union: Andre Blake; Fabinho, Richie Marquez, Oguchi Onyewu, Keegan Rosenberry; Haris Medunjanin, Derrick Jones; Chris Pontius, Alejandro Bedoya, Fabian Herbers; Jay Simpson
  • Toronto FC: Clint Irwin; Nick Hagglund, Drew Moor, Eriq Zavaleta; Justin Morrow, Victor Vazquez, Michael Bradley, Armando Cooper, Tsubasa Endoh; Sebastian Giovinco, Jozy Altidore


  • Philadelphia Union: John McCarthy, Jack Elliott, Ray Gaddis, Warren Creavalle, Roland Alberg, Fafa Picault, C.

Player ratings & analysis: Union 1-3 Toronto FC

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Ken Tribbett's rough night overshadowed a number of other consistent problems that have plagued the second half of the Union's 2016 season.

Did the Revolution deserve a PK against Toronto?

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Teal Bunbury went down moments before Sebastian Giovinco's goal. Should the referee have pointed to the spot?

Seconds before Sebastian Giovinco leveled the scoring for Toronto FC, the New England Revolution were looking for a penalty on the opposite end. The play in question featured Drew Moor making a last-gasp tackle on Teal Bunbury.

Moor excited to join Toronto FC despite leaving established home with Rapids

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Drew Moor could not hide his sadness over leaving the Colorado Rapids. He also could not contain his excitement about joining Toronto FC.

Moor became the second player in MLS history to take advantage of free agency, as he signed with Toronto FC on Wednesday.

Colorado Rapids

Goodbye Drew And Thanks!

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Today the rumors were made official. Drew Moor is no longer a Rapid. The last remaining player from the 2010 MLs Cup team has signed with Toronto FC. Two weeks ago the Rapids declined his option and under the new CBA that made Moor a free agent (28 years old or older with 8 years in MLS). He had offers from multiple clubs but last week signs started pointing heavily towards him heading north of the border to Toronto and the Reds finalized the deal today.

TFC bolster backline with signing of Drew Moor

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Following seven seasons as a member of the Colorado Rapids, Drew Moor will now look to add some much-needed stability to the Toronto FC defense.

TFC announced on Wednesday that the club has signed the former Rapids captain. Moor's signing makes the 31-year-old the second player to take advantage of the league's new form of free agency following the signing of Justin Mapp by Sporting Kansas City.

Drew Moor, All-Star!

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At halftime of the beatdown the U.S.is putting on Cuba Pablo's selections for the All-Star Game roster were announced. As expected there was 1 and only 1 Rapid on it, (former) captain Drew Moor.

Lets be honest, with our play this year we probably didn't deserve to have anyone on the All-Star roster.

Rapids lose Moor for remainder of season

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The Colorado Rapids have been against the ropes in recent weeks, and they might have just been dealt the crushing blow.

The Rapids announced on Tuesday that centerback and captain Drew Moor has been ruled out for the remainder of the season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament and lateral meniscus.

Rapids captain Moor out for season with torn ACL

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The Colorado Rapids have been against the ropes in recent weeks, and they might have just been dealt the crushing blow.

The Rapids announced on Tuesday that centerback and captain Drew Moor has been ruled out for the remainder of the season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament and lateral meniscus.

Chaos In LA

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Sorry for the delay, long work day yesterday prevented me from doing my write-up. Needless to say there's a lot to talk about with this one. I'm going to dispense with my normal write-up and hit the important points (and there are a number of them.

  • In the 3rd minute Brown was 1v1 with Kennedy and badly shanked the shot.

More of the same

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Colorado Rapids continued their losing ways on Wednesday night, this time traveling to Chicago to lose to the host Fire 2-1.

It was, in a nutshell, part of the litany of coming up short that has grown to characterize this team. This is not a squad that surprises you with a convincing performance.

Debacle In LA

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From the high of Friday night to a disaster on Saturday. The Rapids came out flat, got injured, lost their minds, and lost the game. The game started with the Avs still playing, so those of us in Denver missed the first 6-7 minutes, which included (apparently) the first of many great stops by Irwin.

Quote Sheet: Colorado Rapids at FC Dallas

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FC Dallas head coach Schellas Hyndman

General thoughts on the game...
The game started off quite fast and physical with a lot of turnovers. There were a number of missed passes by both teams and of course the goal that decided the game was a mistake on the goalie's part.

Larentowicz shipped to Fire

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The Colorado Rapids continued to dismantle any of the remaining value of the MLS Cup-winning side of 2010, shipping Jeff Larentowicz to the Chicago Fire for cash, a draft choice and an international roster spot.

Larentowicz, the consummate professional during his three years in Colorado, thanked the team for the opportunity as he departed for the Windy City.

Hill, Akpan provide winning close

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The Colorado Rapids closed the season in a fashion nearly identical to the way the team started 2012.

The Rapids beat the Houston Dynamo 2-0 on Saturday night in Commerce City. The team closed the season on a two-game winning streak, the same way the Rapids opened the campaign.

In the four games that bookend the 34-game season, the Rapids scored eight goals, allowed only one and earned four wins.

Recap: Well, that sucked.

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Quick Recap:

The Portland Timbers once again go to Colorado and get absolutely pasted. The Colorado Rapids did everything they were supposed to do and wanted to do, meanwhile the Timbers looked listless on offense and some of the defenders looked clueless. 3-0 loss and back into the cellar.

Terrible Timbers Tumble (Again)

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The woeful Portland Timbers proved once again to be the salve to whatever ails the Colorado Rapids.

The Timbers came to Dick's Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City on Wednesday night and fell flat in a 3-0 drubbing. This scoreline was the same as the one that Portland suffered when last visiting Colorado at the end of June, and came five days after the Timbers beat the Rapids 1-0 in Portland.

Colorado - Portland 2: Electric Boogaloo

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Maybe Turbo and Ozone can help us...
Due to being in Portland for the weekend, this will be a combined game review, such as it was, and game preview. Though there really isn't anything to review, due tot he nature of the game and the fact that I was seeing it in person from a lousy seat there isn't much to talk about.

Colorado Rapids at Portland Timbers 8-31-12 (photos)

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The Portland Timbers defeated the Colorado Rapids with a score of 1 to nil on Friday, August 31. The moon was full, the breeze was up and Kosuke Kimura's shirt was off.

Rapids Face Koz And The Timbers

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Hopefully a good metaphor for the Timbers after the game
The Rapids head for the Rose City on Friday night to face the Timbers, a team they have never lost to. Portland, of course, is where long-time Rapids fan favorite Kosuke Kimura was traded to and I'm sure he's going to want to show Colorado what they're missing.


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Ah, the Clash
Back to the main point of this blog. Things don't get easier for the Rapids as their at the Supporters Shield leading Earthquakes tomorrow night. Not an easy place to turn things around. Game time tomorrow is 8:30pm on Altitude, so go out and enjoy the bike race in Golden, Boulder, or areas in-between, get a good dinner, and settle down for some soccer.

Rapids Try To Get Chivas' Goat

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Maybe some roasted goat at the tailgate?
The Under-A-Chivas are in town tomorrow coming off a beat down at the hands of the LA Galaxy. The Rapids really need to pick up home points to have any playoff chance at all, so this is almost a must-win game. Game time tomorrow is 7pm, so the tailgate starts at 5.

Quote Sheet: Colorado Rapids at FC Dallas

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On Fabian Castillo's performance: It's a combination of three things. He's maturing into the player we all hoped he would be. He's got tremendous speed, quickness and he's creating some really, really dangerous situations. The second thing is I think it was a good matchup for him. The third thing is he really wants to do well for Oscar [Pareja].

Catching up with Drew Moor

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Drew Moor played some 123 games for FC Dallas from when he was drafted in 2005 by Colin Clarke to August 2009, when he was traded to Colorado in exchange for fellow Dallas-Fort Worth area product and current FCD captain Ugo Ihemelu. Moor and his Colorado Rapids return to Frisco this weekend and here's more from this affable Dallas native.

Drew Moor: Bobby Rhine Someone I Remember Every Day

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Drew Moor hasn't played for FC Dallas for almost three years now after the Dallas native was traded to Colorado in Sept. 2009 for current FCD captain Ugo Ihemelu. But before being shipped to the Rapids, he had nearly four good seasons with Dallas. One of his teammates during that span was Bobby Rhine, the former FCD player turned broadcaster and front office employee who left us way too early last September.

Another 2-1 loss

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Stop me if this sounds familiar.

The Rapids lost 2-1.

This time Colorado fell behind in the opening moments, immediately tied the match, and then faded out on Saturday night at Dick's Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City.

This time the Seattle Sounders were the beneficiaries of this latest loss, but the victors hardly mattered as the Rapids completed an 0-for-July streak that leaves the team questioning its ability.

Extension Well-Deserved for FCD Expat Drew Moor

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Sure, we all realize that Drew Moor now plays in Colorado, but he is a local product and someone who once donned the shirt for FC Dallas, so the fact he got a nice contract extension from the Rapids earlier this week definitely warrants a mention. Not only is Moor, who played locally at Episcopal School [.

Rapids eek out a win

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In a home match the Colorado Rapids could ill afford to lose the team got a 3-2 win over the expansion Montreal Impact thanks to a Southern wind and atrocious officiating on Saturday night.

Tied at 2 and down a man with the 61st minute ejection of Tyrone Marshall, the Rapids got the victory off an 83rd minute free kick that a strong wind kept the ball dancing along the crossbar until Jaime Castrillon headed it into the back of the net.

Loss to Rapids has FC Dallas ‘seeing red’

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On Sunday night, the Colorado Rapids defeated FC Dallas 2-0 in a penalty-filled affair at FC Dallas Stadium.

FC Dallas lost two men to red cards in the first half, forcing the club to play with nine men for 54 minutes of the match.

Midfielder Daniel Hernandez was the first to be shown a red, after picking up his second yellow card in only the 34th minute.

Rapids toss 9-man FC Dallas

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Rapids in Colorado punish the unprepared and the undermanned. On Sunday, the Colorado Rapids went on the road and did the same as their namesake white water, knocking off a nine-man FC Dallas squad 2-0.

Jaime Castrillon scored in the 61st minute with a header off a Brian Mullan cross and Martin Rivero netted his first MLS goal with assists from Mullan and Kamani Hill in the 74th minute.

Jim Curtin

Losses in Toronto, salary info, USMNT tops Cuba, FIFA election date set, more

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Marquez and Wenger injured in Toronto loss. Union salary numbers. Reading United misses playoffs for first time since 2007. US to face Jamaica in GC semis. FIFA election in February. More.

Union preparing MacMath to start against SJ, Maidana update, video of practice facility construction, more

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Mbolhi could resume training with Union today. MacMath expected to start against San Jose. Maidana continues recovery from hamstring injury. Practice facility construction video. More news.

Notes from Hack’s presser, recaps & reaction to USA-Mexico draw, SoB beer, more

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Notes from Hackworth's weekly press conference. Curtin to be honored in Chicago. Yards to release SoB beer. Recaps and reaction to USA-Mexico draw. More news.

Ugo Ihemelu

DFW players in MLS

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A list of DFW connected players in MLS.

Chicago Fire
Corben Bone M Plano Season: 1 GP; 3 minutes vs.

Revisionist History: Schellas Hyndman and Disgruntled Players

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On twitter today there was quite a bit on talk about Brek Shea and coach Hyndman. One topic was the same criticism of Schellas Hyndman we've heard before, that he runs off players who speak up, rebel, or aren't on board with his coaching. I, for one, tend to find that an overblown characterization.

Who makes your MLS All-Star team?

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Lost in the madness of the U.S. men's national team's start of World Cup qualifying, the MLS international break and Euro 2012 is the fact that MLS All-Star voting has begun and is in full swing.Â

The MLS All-Stars will take on UEFA Champions League and FA Cup winner Chelsea at PPL Park in a little more than a month with an eye on snapping a three-game losing streak after a loss to Everton (in penalties) and two losses to Manchester United.

2012 MLS, Week 13: What To Watch For

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I feel like it's been ages since we last did one of these weekly posts. Now that the mini-break is over, it is time to get back down to business here as the 2012 season rolls on into the month of June.

Week 13 sees plenty of decent games including one big rivalry game down in Texas and the MLS debut of Saputo Stadium in Montreal.


SBI MLS Best XI (Week 22)

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Eddie Johnson's form that made him an MLS All-Star has continued on to the latter portion of the season as well.Â

Johnson's 10th goal of the season in Seattle's 4-0 rout of Los Angeles led to a Player of the Week performance and sealed his place on SBI's MLS Best XI for Week 22.

Sounders vs Rapids | Highlights, Stats, Quotes

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It is GOOD to be back. Both from a two-week break and back to winning ways. One player especially glad to be back is Goalkeeper Michael Gspurning, in his first game action since early May. And he didn't disappoint. After an inexplicably undefended through ball, Gspurning returned to his old, box-dominating ways with 3 saves and loads of punchouts.

Quick Recap: Seattle Continues to Punish the Rapids

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The teams scored a goal each in a bracing first few minutes of the match. The first came off another Eddie Johnson header - a skill Seattle's been trying to acquire for years without much luck until now. And the answer came shortly after when a Brian Mullan cross on the ground was allowed to roll all the way through the box to be knocked into the goal by Drew Moor at the far post.