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Toronto FC assistant Robin Fraser takes head-coaching job in Colorado

CBC.ca Sunday, 25 August 2019
Toronto FC assistant coach Robin Fraser has left the MLS club after four-plus seasons to become head coach in Colorado. The 52-year-old began his professional playing career in the American Soccer League, playing for the Colorado Foxes.
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