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Altidore, Bradley ease their heartbreak by leading Toronto to historic MLS Cup

TORONTO -- Jozy Altidore and Michael Bradley have been teammates on a number of nights. As both players navigated their way through various national teams, there have been emotional peaks and valleys. It was fitting then that in a year filled with both extremes, the two finished on a high in leading Toronto FC to its first MLS Cup triumph, a 2-0 win over the Seattle Sounders.

Bradley was everywhere in leading Toronto to a dominating performance. According to ESPN Stats & Information, Bradley...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Michael Bradley happy to secure MLS Cup 'obsession' with Toronto

An emotional Michael Bradley chats with ESPN FC's Taylor Twellman after lifting the MLS Cup with Toronto FC.
Toronto FC captain Michael Bradley lifts the Philip F. Anschutz Trophy after the Reds beat Seattle to win MLS Cup for the first time.
Jozy Altidore got the better of Stefan Frei in the second half as Toronto FC topped Seattle to win their first MLS Cup in a rematch of the 2016 final.
Julie Stewart-Binks catches up with Sebastian Giovinco after Toronto FC's win over Seattle Sounders in the MLS Cup Final.
Victor Vazquez revels in Toronto FC's MLS Cup triumph, their third trophy in Vazquez's debut season with the club.

Toronto FC captain Michael Bradley was thrilled to secure his "obsession" of winning the MLS title after the 2-0 win over the Seattle Sounders in Saturday's final.

After nearly a decade in Europe, Bradley returned to MLS four years ago as one of the league's highest-paid players and on Saturday obtained his goal of helping Toronto become the first Canadian club to lift the MLS Cup trophy.

The triumph comes one year after Toronto came up short on penalties in the final against the same opponents,...

Bradley, Altidore's historic success at Toronto more than just a U.S. subplot

If there's a certain inevitability about the fact that Toronto's 2017 will be popularly understood in the context of a tough 2017 for its U.S. national team stars, Michael Bradley and Jozy Altidore, there's no appetite for that storyline within Toronto itself.

The organization's single-minded pursuit of a title has taken on the quality of a forced march at moments during these playoffs; the novelty of the team's first exuberant playoff campaign in front of its own fans a year ago has been very...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Christian Pulisic among U.S. Soccer Male Player of the Year nominees

After Christian Pulisic's post for the Players' Tribune, the FC crew debate how to improve U.S. player development.
Craig Burley uses his own experience to support Christian Pulisic's comments on how to improve American player development.
As the Christian Pulisic rumours to Bayern Munich continue, the FC panel question if the time is right for the young American.

Jozy Altidore, Michael Bradley, Clint Dempsey, Jordan Morris and Christian Pulisic have been nominated for U.S. Soccer Male Player of the Year, the federation announced on Tuesday.

The winner will be announced on ESPN later this month.

Pulisic, who was named the Young Male Player of the Year a year ago, led the finalists with six goals for the national team in 2017, while also starring for Borussia Dortmund in the German Bundesliga and Champions League.

Dempsey had five U.S. goals -- three in a hat...

Columbus 'has not kept pace' with Major League Soccer - Michael Bradley

Despite a late rally by Columbus, an opening goal eluded both sides, and they head back to Toronto for a decisive second leg.
Julie Stewart-Binks catches up with Michael Bradley after Toronto FC managed a scoreless first leg at Columbus.

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Toronto FC captain Michael Bradley said his team met its stated goal of walking away from the first leg of the Eastern Conference finals "with something," before weighing in on the Crew's future in Columbus.

TFC managed to secure a 0-0 tie against the Crew on a night when it was missing forwards Jozy Altidore and Sebastian Giovinco due to suspension. Toronto played a solid first half but then had to withstand a second half push from the Crew that required a stellar save from goalkeeper...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Polarising Players: Ozil, Fellaini, Luiz, Benzema, Altidore, Bradley, Higuain

These seven players are never universally loved or reviled, but something vague in-between.

You know the kind of player who just divides opinion wherever he goes? Well, ESPN FC has picked out seven of the best, and you can watch why we think they are so polarizing below.

Mesut Ozil

The Arsenal playmaker isn't a beloved figure at the Emirates but has his moments of brilliance.

With criticism coming from all directions, Arsenal's Mesut Ozil may be the epitome of a polarizing player.

Marouane Fellaini

Do people dislike him because of his uncompromising, physical style or the fact that he's still so vital to Jose Mourinho and Manchester United?

Is the fact that Marouane Fellaini plays for Manchester United the reason why he strikes such a controversial player?

David Luiz

Slapstick defending and untimely...