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Toronto FC\'s 1st Game

278 Signatures Goal: 500

On behalf of the Usector, Red Patch Boys and all Supporters of Toronto FC, We the undersigned are requesting that the club and Major League Soccer explore all possible avenues to re-schedule the inaugural Toronto FC match, currently scheduled for April 7, 2007 at the Home Depot Center in Carson California. Being part of the inaugural Toronto FC match is something that is very important to the supporters of the club as we see it as a once in a lifetime opportunity. With the location of this match being the furthest possible away game location in the league, we are being denied the opportunity to attend this very important event. We are requesting that the league re-schedule the inaugural Toronto FC match to one of the 3 cities (Chicago, Columbus, New York City) that are realistic travel options for the fans, so that we can be a part of our teams first ever game. Sincerely, The Toronto FC Fans

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U-Sector.ca and Red Patch Boys: Supporting TFC since day one

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    Tyler D'Angelo Canada
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    Stalin Canada
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    pete Canada
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    kemal kurt United States
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    Josh Canada
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    Mike Polonski United States
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    Eric Hendrickson United States
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    Jeff Francis Canada
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    Dan Sobolev Canada
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    Bryan Mehi Canada
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    Jurij Dziuba United States
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    Christin Canada
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    MOnica United States
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    Peter Scheidler United States
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    Ted Hanley Canada
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