In this special video blog series for TFC Republic, I look back at former Toronto FC players and examine their time with the Reds. This week we'll talk about Canadian international Greg Sutton, who was Toronto FC's first starting goalkeeper.
One of the first players signed by Toronto FC in 2006, Canadian goalkeeper Greg Sutton was expected to be a foundational player for the Reds in their early years as an MLS expansion franchise.
But things didn't quite work out that way, as Sutton suffered a concussion while on international duty at the 2007 Concacaf Gold Cup. The symptoms kept kept recurring and he lost his role as the club's starter at the beginning of the 2008 MLS season before being released by the club in the summer of 2009.
Watch the video below: