TORONTO - The commissioner of Major League Soccer says Toronto FC is looking to make some "bold moves" to improve the product on the field.
Toronto managed a record of 5-21-8 this season and missed the playoffs for the sixth straight year since joining the league in 2007.
This year, the club posted franchise worsts for wins (five), losses (21), points (23), goals against (62) and winless string (14).
Commissioner Don Garber said the lack of success pains the league but added he has faith in the new ownership structure of Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment as well as president Tom Anselmi.
Garber did not detail the planned moves but suggested they might be announced shortly.