Reggie Lambe signed with Toronto FC as a free agent on December 7, 2011. Bermuda Stream presents a playlist entirely dedicated to TFC’s #19 winger Reggie Lambe and his up-to-date feats with the Canadian club.
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Toronto FC 5-1 Aguila (CONCACAF Champions League) August 1st, 2012
Reggie Lambe was arguably Toronto FC’s best player Wednesday night, with two goals in a big win over CD Águila in both teams’ CONCACAF Champions League group-stage opener…. read more
Below video: Reggie on the night’s CCL performance.
Toronto FC 0-2 Houston (July 28, 2012)
Reggie plays full 90′
Toronto FC 1-1 Liverpool FC (July 21, 2012)
Reggie part of First Half Lineup. Small run on goal by Reggie & two fouls against him
Toronto FC 2-1 Colorado (July 18, 2012)
Reggie Lambe (Matt Stinson 85’)
New England 0-1 Toronto FC (July 14, 2012)
TFC exploited the uncertainty caused by the substitutions to open the scoring after eight minutes. Neat buildup play between Reggie Lambe, Koevermans and Silva prompted a quick one-two on the edge of the penalty area between Koevermans and Silva. Koevermans’ return pass played Silva through into the penalty area, and the rookie made no mistake on the close range finish..
8′ Toronto – Luis Silva – watch
28′ Toronto – Reggie Lambe (caution)
Toronto FC 3-2 Vancouver (July 11, 2012)
Reggie back in Bermuda on a personal matter.
Philadelphia Union 3-0 Toronto FC (July 8, 2012)
Toronto (2-11-4) – under the direction of Paul Mariner, who took over as head coach on June 7 – saw their five-game unbeaten streak come to an end and now fall deeper into last place in the Eastern Conference standings.
For the second successive game Reggie plays the entire 90′
Dallas 1-1 Toronto (July 4, 2012)
FRISCO, Texas – Toronto FC continued their revival under head coach Paul Mariner, extending their unbeaten streak to five games with a 1-1 draw against FC Dallas at a sold-out FC Dallas Stadium on Wednesday.
Bermuda’s Reggie Lambe plays the entire 90′ !!!
Toronto 1-1 New York (June 30, 2012)
First half … Toronto winger Reggie Lambe makes a 40 yard dash while fighting off two defenders, slipping the ball past NY goalkeeper Ryan Meara who had come off his line. But defender Wilman Conde slid at the goal line to prevent the ball from crossing.
Reggie Lambe (Nick Soolsma 67′)
Montreal 0–3 Toronto (June 28, 2012)
Reggie plays double the time of the two previous games (Reggie Lambe substitutes Eric Avila 73’)
Toronto FC 2-2 New England (June 23)
For the second game in a row Reggie watches most of the action from the sidelines and once again substitutes Julian de Guzman in the last 10 minutes of the match … not much of chance for the Bermuda to shine!
Houston 3-3 Toronto FC (June 20)
Reggie doesn’t start, comes on in 81′ Houston scores in last minute of game to rob TO of 2 points and remain undefeated at home! “TFC (1-10-1) collect just their fourth point of the season and remain rooted to the bottom of the standings”
Reggie – June 18, 2012
Midfielder Reggie Lambe feeling comfortable in Paul Mariner’s formation, will be ready for Houston on Wednesday.
KANSAS CITY 2-0 Toronto FC (June 16)
Uneventful game for Reggie who was cautioned in the 55th minute and substituted in the 62nd
Reggie On The Run – May 26, 2012
Toronto forward Reggie Lambe nearly puts the Reds ahead early in the first half, at the eight minute mark
Reggie tweets: “Missed a sitter but we won so that’s the best part about it!”
With all fairness to Reggie, it was an excellent run down the right flank, a save by the keeper and a great follow up by the Bermudian. Reggie’s second shot was actually not as easy as might first seem as the ball was basically on the end line and parallel to the goal and with a split-second to place the ball in the net from that angle … definitely not “the miss of the season” as commented!
Toronto FC 1 vs Vancouver Whitecaps 0 (May 23)
…Toronto finally scored in the 83rd minute after a nice bit of work from Lambe to keep the ball before he hammered home a right-footed shot from the just inside the area into the bottom left corner after taking a pass from Soolsma.
Reggie’s Goal seals Toronto FC’s fourth consecutive Amway Canadian Championship as the Voyageurs Cup remains in The Ontario Lake City.
Reggie’s After Game interview – May 23, 2012
Instinct Lands Lambe The Winner
Toronto winger shows a sixth sense in the opposition area to down Vancouver on Wednesday.
“We need to go into Saturday playing the same as we did today and we should get a win Saturday as well,” Lambe added.
“Most times, most games when we come out and look to defend we don’t seem to get good enough results so we just wanted to press forward, just keep going and get a win,” Lambe explained. “The win was a big relief. But you put your shot on target and it goes in.”
Lambe said the fact that Toronto’s Julian de Guzman and Vancouver’s Sébastien Le Toux were sent off 15 minutes earlier after a midfield scuffle opened the game up.
“I think with the two sending offs the game got a bit spread out,” Lambe said. “I think the crosses into the box from us are very important and I just think our finishes need to be better.” read entire article @ http://www.torontofc.ca/news/2012/05/instinct-lands-lambe-winner
Reggie Lambe’s Late Tally – May 23, 2012
The goal came after some good work down the left side from Ashtone Morgan and Ryan Johnson. Johnson put the cross in front and Nick Soolsma nodded it back to Lambe in the middle of the box, who made a move to get free and then sent it into the bottom left corner giving TFC a 2-1 lead on aggregate.
“Toronto created their share of chances the rest of the first half, … Winger Reggie Lambe got in behind the United defense, but Bill Hamid was quick off his line to cut out the chance.” – http://www.dcunited.com/news/2012/05/recap-dc-united-3-toronto-fc-1
First-leg of the Amway Canadian Championship. Reggie substituted in the 2nd half by Nick Soolsma 71′
Reggie scores in the second minute with the help of a fortunate deflection off a Montreal defender. TFC played part of the match with 10 men but still managed to qualify for the final of the Amway Canadian Championship
May 10: Goalscorer Reggie Lambe convinced
Reggie Lambe’s “cracker” first home goal of the season for the Canadian team against Chicago Fire, show’s he is surely proving his worth! Less than five minutes later he would go on to score Toronto’s second and final goal of the game which nonetheless would not be enough to save them from a 3-2 defeat.
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