Koevermans Set to Return For Toronto FC
Striker Danny Koevermans has pronounced himself fit to play again after suffering an ACL injury last July. The Dutch designated player took to the field for the first time in just under a year in Toronto's MLS Reserve League match against Columbus on Saturday and will look to make his return next Saturday at home versus Philadelphia. Koevermans was the team's leading scorer in 2012 with 9 goals and will look to be a major offensive threat again this season.
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