Toronto FC vs. Orlando City: 3 takeaways

TFC's performance in Florida on Tuesday night should be a source of unequivocal embarrassment for the entire organization.

Toronto FC vs. Orlando City: 3 takeaways

Maybe Bob Bradley wasn't the only problem. Maybe Toronto FC's issues extend far beyond whichever manager fills out the team sheet and stands in the technical area during a match.

That much became patently obvious during TFC's 4-0 road loss to Orlando City on Tuesday night under interim coach Terry Dunfield, a performance that was one of the team's worst in recent history, and raises questions about the commitment of this group of players.

Toronto (3-9-10) has now lost four in a row and is winless in seven, with its last victory coming on May 27. It’s only taken just four out a possible 33 points on the road this season and hasn't won away from BMO Field since last August.

"Obviously we need to get better. But it's a process. This is the second game and it's been a week of new ideas and new style of play. Obviously, this is also a hard place to play. So, we can't, I think, dwell on the fact that yeah, okay, it wasn't good enough. But we have to keep reinforcing the ideas that we are trying to play [and] clean up those moments," Shane O'Neill said after the loss in Orlando.

Here are my three major takeaways from Tuesday's match.