TFC CHOKES AWAY ANOTHER LATE LEAD

- June 24th, 2012

Stories that appeared in Sunday’s Sun…

TORONTO - Milos Kocic said he could feel it coming.

“Everybody could,” he said of Saturday’s 2-2 finish at BMO Field, a game the Reds led 2-0 until the New England Revolution bagged two in the final 20 minutes. “We’re just waiting for it. It’s frustrating that whatever I do every game we concede two or three goals.”

First-half goals from TFC’s Danny Koevermans and Ryan Johnson failed to hold up when New England’s Chris Tierney rose to meet Flo Lechner’s cross in stoppage time to give the visitors a share.

After conceding a similar equalizer Wednesday night in Houston, in his first home match following Aron Winter’s departure, Paul Mariner picked apart his club without naming names.

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