My apologies if this is the wrong section. But 2 Mexican players are going to be playing for Toronto FC according to our coach Mo Johnston. Any idea who this could be considering who is not commited to another team and who would be willing/able to play in the MLS? Thanks! TORONTO — Indications were Tuesday that Toronto FC forward Jeff Cunningham will have season-ending surgery to repair a hernia that has limited his playing since July 4 when he first suffered the injury in an away game against Real Salt Lake. Cunningham, who has 96 career Major League Soccer goals, tried to play in a Tuesday practice at BMO Field but was too sore to continue. He played seven minutes in an away game against the Columbus Crew on July 22 and did not play again until Saturday when he came on for the final 20 minutes of Saturday's 2-0 loss to Chivas USA at BMO Field. After the game, Cunningham wondered whether he would be able to contribute enough to make it worthwhile trying to play in the nine remaining games or go ahead and have the surgery. The surgery would be performed in Germany. Toronto midfielder Ronnie O'Brien was to see a doctor later Tuesday about his injured right knee and the news was not expected to be any better. He has not played since July 25 when he reinjured the knee in a 4-2 friendly loss to Aston Villa. Midfielder-defender Jim Brennan who is playing with broken ribs and a broken wrist came out of Tuesday's practice game when he injured his ankle but it did not appear to be serious. Head coach Mo Johnston said he is bringing in two players from Mexico and another from Brazil this week.He also said that during the MLS off-season that he is working on an arrangement with an unnamed English Premier League where he could send about four players during the MLS off-season to gain further experience. And at the end of the season he looks to work out a more permanent deal with goalkeeper Kenny Stamatopoulos who is on loan from Tromso of Norway. When Greg Sutton returns from a concussion, most likely not until next season, it would give Toronto FC the two good, experienced goalkeepers that is a situation that Johnston says he has wanted. Both are Canadian.