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TORONTO —Veteran defenders Adrian Cann and Ty Harden are among six players who
wont be back with Toronto FC next season. Vick Ballard Jersey . The Major League Soccer
team announced Thursday that it had declined options on Cann and Harden, along
with defender Dicoy Williams, midfielder Oscar Cordon, and forwards Nicholas
Lindsay and Keith Makabuya. Letting Cann, Williams and Harden go signals that
the team was not happy with its defensive depth, hardly surprising in a team
that allowed a franchise-worst 62 goals this season. The moves are also likely
not the last as TFC looks to revamp its roster after a disastrous season. Cann,
Williams and Lindsay all suffered long-term knees injuries, coming back at
various times this season. Harden was sidelined most of the season with an
abdominal injury. Lindsay missed the better part of two seasons after wrecking
his knee in a snowmoblie accident and only saw brief action at the end of the
2012 campaign. Salary issues were also likely a concern. Cann, a former TFC
player of the year who later held out over a contract battle, made US$134,750
last season. Harden made $98,666. Williams, a Jamaican international, made
$53,500 while the other two were at the minimum of $44,000. Like Lindsay, Cordon
and Makubuya were Toronto FC Academy products. The 32-year-old Cann made 65
appearances during his three seasons with Toronto FC. He signed with the club on
April 12, 2010 as a free agent after leaving Esbjerg FB of Denmark. He has also
earned nine international caps for Canada. The 28-year-old Harden, acquired in a
trade with Colorado in 2010, made 58 appearances with the club. Williams, 26,
made 13 appearances during two seasons. Lindsay, 20, signed with the first team
in 2010 as the second Academy graduate in club history and made six appearances
in his first season with the club. Cordon and Makubuya, both 19, signed with the
first team on March 17, 2011 after graduating from the Academy. Cordon made six
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Lincecum struck out seven in seven innings and the San Francisco Giants took
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Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine will make Boston even more exciting.BEIJING –
The mens eight crew capped a three-medal day for Canada at the Olympic rowing
regatta by capturing a gold medal. They won their race in five minutes 23.89
seconds. “I knew that we had won it, there was nobody coming back at that
point,” coxswain Brian Price said of raising his arms near the finish line. “I
kept telling them to keep on cranking.” Britain took silver in 5:25.11 while the
United States won bronze in 5:25.34. Earlier Sunday, the lightweight mens four
and the lightweight womens double each captured bronze at the Beijing Games. The
gold brought redemption for the world champion eight team. Four years ago in
Athens, the crew went in as double world champions but finished a disastrous
fifth. “Ive been thinking about it ever since,” said Kyle Hamilton. “I never
thought Id get the opportunity to be a favourite in an Olympics again. “Just to
come in as a favourite is an amazing experience. To do it twice is just amazing
and to win … I cant say anymore.” The eight comprises Hamilton of Richmond,
B.C., Adam Kreek of London, Ont., Dominic Seiterle and Malcolm Howard of
Victoria, Jake Wetzel of Saskatoon, Andrew Byrnes of Toronto, Ben Rutledge of
Cranbrook, B.C., Kevin Light of Sidney, B.C., and Price of Belleville, Ont.
Earlier, the mens four crew of Iain Brambell of Victoria, Jon Beare of Toronto,
Mike Lewis of Victoria and Liam Parsons of Thunder Bay, Ont., posted a time of
5:50.09 for bronze. “We started everything we could in the first 500 to get
ourselves into the race and essentially through the middle its a dogfight,
everybody wants a piece of it,” said Brambell. “We knew that we had a really
solid 500 and it was just a matter of not waiting for it but going, everyone
together. We closed the eyes and went for it.” Canada used a late surge to
solidify a claim on a medal, and almost moved into second place in the final
leg. They finished just back of Poland, which took silver in 5:49.39. “Coming
into the last 500 we seemed to get our rhythm and Ian said Go for it, we
committed everything we had and went,” said Parsons. “We knew it was tight, we
really had no idea where we were when we started that sprint. Adam Vinatieri Jersey. “It was exhausting.
There wasnt anything left in the end.” Denmark took gold in 5:47.76. Its been an
emotional week for the lightweight four, whose coach Bent Jensen is battling
pancreatic cancer. He came to the Games to lead his crew while getting
chemotherapy treatments from the team doctor. Their medal came about 40 minutes
after Melanie Kok of St. Catharines, Ont., and Tracy Cameron of Shubenacadie,
N.S., just managed to hold off a German crew for bronze. They finished in
6:56.68, beating out the Germans for third by a mere 0.04 seconds. “I thought we
had it,” said Cameron. “When we looked over I could see that our bow ball was
definitely in front of the Germans. It was just making sure the judges were with
us.” The Netherlands won gold in 6:54.74 while Finland took silver in 6:56.03.
“Were pretty pleased,” said Kok. “After our first two races, we kind of had a
tendency of sort of getting caught in the last 500 so we made it our mission to
really execute that last 500 and lay it all down on the line and I think we did
that.” The Canadian womens eight just missed a podium, settling for fourth in a
time of 6:08.04. The Romanians took bronze in 6:07.25. The United States took
gold in 6:05.34 while the Netherlands, moving up from fourth heading into the
final 500 metres, grabbed silver in 6:08.04. The womens eight includes Jane
Rumball of Fredericton, N.B., Darcy Marquardt of Richmond, B.C., Buffy Williams
of St. Catharines, Ont., Romina Stefancic of Victoria, Ashley Brzozowicz of
Toronto, Sarah Bonikowsky of Orangeville, Ont., Andreanne Morin of Montreal,
Heather Mandoli of Kelowna, B.C., and coxswain Lesley Thompson-Willie of London,
Ont. It was a soggy day at the Shunyi Olympic Rowing-Canoeing Park. It poured
rain until shortly before the start of racing but then let up as boats took the
water. The Canadian rowing team came into the Games hoping to bring home at
least a couple medals and have now surpassed that goal. Dave Calder of Victoria
and Scott Frandsen of Kelowna, B.C., kicked things off with a silver in the mens
pair on Saturday. ’ ’ ’ 

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