TFC captain Bradley calls overcrowded schedule a 'total joke'
U.S. soccer captain and Toronto F.C. skipper Michael Bradley says he is "sad and embarrassed" by President Donald Trump's travel ban. Bradley attends a season wrapping news conference, in Toronto in a December 13, 2016, file photo. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young
The Canadian Press
Published Friday, June 16, 2017 12:25PM EDT
Toronto FC captain Michael Bradley has lambasted Major League Soccer and the Canadian Soccer Association for an overloaded schedule that sees TFC play six games in 19 days.
The logjam is due in part to the two-legged Canadian Championship final with Montreal.
Bradley calls the schedule "a total joke."
The crowded calendar forces Toronto play in Montreal next Wednesday and the return home for a game Friday against New England.
The Toronto captain says it's laughable.