Alex Bono's tenure at Toronto FC came to an end after eight seasons last week when the club announced it won't be bringing back the goalkeeper for the 2023 MLS campaign.
Bono, a 28-year-old native of Baldwinsville, NY, is out of contract at the end of this year, which means he is an unrestricted free agent and will be able to sign with another MLS club. He leaves TFC as the club's all-time leader in all competitions in clean sheets (35) and wins (67), as well as appearances (157) and starts (154) for a goalkeeper.
When you talk about some of the biggest moments in TFC history, Bono was at the centre of them, including the 2017 MLS Cup and the 2018 Concacaf Champions League final.
In the latest TFC Republic video blog, I discuss Bono's time at Toronto FC, what he meant to the club over the years, and his legacy.
Watch the video below: