Kevin Molino is beginning to enjoy Minnesota more every day. The T&T player is a regular first team starter for Minnesota United. Scoring one and setting up a further two goals in Minnesota’s 4-2 win over Real Salt Lake last weekend has raised his spirits with the club after a less than impressive start to the season a few weeks ago.
“It was a difficult start for us with a couple of heavy losses but things are settling now. It’s been great for me to be in the starting team and I’ve been enjoying my playing time. Setting up goals and getting a couple myself is always good for confidence,” Molino said.
“And being back with Adrian (Heath) after the long time we spent together at Orlando City is a good thing because we understand each other. The club has good ingredients and it’s just about us putting in the hard work and trying to get better every week,” Molino added.
Telfer delighted with first Toronto goal
Former York University forward Ryan Teller announced his arrival into the Toronto FC II line up with a winning goal in the team’s 1-0 victory over Phoenix Rising FC last Friday.
The 23-year-old was born in Canada to Trinidadian parents and grew up in Chaguanas before migrating to Canada at age 17. following a few years of persistence, Telfer is thrilled to be living the life of a pro baller.
“It was out of this world, to be honest.Walking on the field and you have thousands watching you, it was almost like a dream. When you’re growing up as a kid, these are things you want to do,” Telfer said.
“It’s so hard to explain that feeling, just walking into the stadium.” Telfer is working under former Canada international Jason Bent who is currently the Toronto FC II coach. Telfer will have former W Connection duo Aikim Andrews and Jelani as his teammates from now on after the both players secured deals with the club this month. Trinidadian Ricardo John is also a member of the same team.