I've been watching some lower league football from england from torrents and it seems that although the players don't have the skill or intensity that the MLS players have, they have Soooooo much more positional and tactical awareness: making runs, moving into space, pulling defenses open by splitting man coverage etc. Does it strike anyone else that the issues of individual skill that Toronto seems to be having the most problem addressing are those of the players' ability to read and recognize what's going on on the pitch and to try runs, be daring, try to set up set plays etc.? So much of why we're being beaten seems to rest in teams using common tactics to exploit our defense, like pulling the defense over to one side, then switching to the incoming fullback on the opposite and opening up the box. I wonder how Mo and Bob Gansler are trying to address this; I noticed in the draw with LA, when they played quite well, that they were switching field themselves more often. But there seems so little interest in holding up the ball and having players move into space. It's a major contributor to our shooting, as the guys almost never seem to have a clean shot at it.