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Retired Brennan to become assistant at Toronto FC

Retired Toronto FC star Jim Brennan is set to be appointed as the new assistant general manager at the club.

The former club captain and longest-serving player retired from playing this week and will now step into the role that Toronto FC will officially announce today according to reports.

Brennan enjoyed a stellar playing career in England with Bristol City, Nottingham Forest, Huddersfield Town, Norwich City and Southampton before joining Toronto in 2007.

The 33-year old has also represented the Canadian national team close to 50 times.

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