Toronto FC’s Johnson frustrated by poor beginning

Toronto FC winger Ryan Johnson admits the clubs six-game losing streak is starting to get to him.

Toronto FC winger Ryan Johnson admits the clubs six-game losing streak is starting to get to him.

The Canadian outfit are just one loss away from equaling San Jose Earthquakes’ worst start to a MLS season – which occurred in 1999 – but Jamaican international Johnson hopes the team can turn their shocking beginning around as soon as possible.

“It’s really starting to get to me,” said Johnson after the 3-2 home loss to Chicago Fire.

“I think if we score two goals, we should at least win the game. It’s our fault to give up three goals, especially the ones off set pieces right after we score, like a minute after. That’s on the players. We’ve got to be more accountable of our markers.

“These mistakes are killing us and killing Toronto and our fans. It’s hard to keep letting down our fans every week.”

 
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