Brendan Dunlop

Director of Content Brendan Dunlop is a Canadian sports broadcaster and author. He's covered soccer for theScore, FOX Soccer, Sportsnet, OneSoccer, Toronto Star and TSN Radio, as well as two Olympic Games for CBC Sports. He is the co-author of Dwayne De Rosario's autobiography, DeRo: My Life (ECW Press, 2021)

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Toronto FC’s John Herdman ‘proud’ of how his TFC players adapted to bad turf in New England

There was a time when BMO Field was a turf pitch where Toronto FC would play matches and the City of Toronto would rent out for puppy yoga and every … Read More

Vancouver Whitecaps held to draw by Charlotte FC in 2024 MLS season opener

To be one of the best teams in the Western Conference this season, the Vancouver Whitecaps need to convert draws at BC Place into wins. The Caps … Read More

WATCH: Kailen Sheridan makes world-class kick save in stoppage time to keep Canada level against Costa Rica

How close were Canada to crashing out in the quarter-finals of the CONCACAF Gold Cup? Literally by a toe. If not for the quick reflexes and … Read More

Ryan Reynolds’ Wrexham in automatic promotion spot thanks to Paul Mullin hat-trick

Regardless of how their first season in League Two ends this spring, the next season of 'Welcome to Wrexham' will be spectacular. But, it will be so … Read More

CF Montréal stand strong in MLS season-opening scoreless draw in Orlando

A brand new era has begun for CF Montréal with one of those scoreless draws that will feel like a victory. Under the guidance of new head coach … Read More

Cavalry FC blanked 3-0 in CONCACAF Champions Cup opener against Orlando City

You never forget your first. And while Cavalry FC are still waiting to win their first Canadian Premier League title, Wednesday night they finally … Read More