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Toronto FC looks to end losing streak at Real Salt Lake

Toronto FC 's Ryan Johnson reflects on a missed second half goal scoring opportunity as his team's 1-0 defeat to Chivas USA extends their loosing start to the season to five games in MLS action in Toronto on Saturday April 14, 2012.

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Manager Aron Winter says Toronto FC looks to pick up at least a point this weekend on the road against Real Salt Lake.

Toronto has lost all six MLS games this season and is one defeat away from tying the worst start in league history.

That record belongs to the 1999 Kansas City Wizards.

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Toronto will have to end its streak without forwards Danny Koevermans and Nick Soolsma, who are both injured.

Winter had Torsten Frings playing midfield in training Friday. The former German international has been stationed in defence recently.

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