Toronto's Bradley fined for criticizing officials

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NEW YORK (AP) — Toronto FC midfielder Michael Bradley has been fined by Major League Soccer for criticizing the officials after a game.

Bradley was upset that referee David Gantar called a foul that disallowed what would have been a go-ahead goal in the 90th minute of a 1-1 tie against Chicago on Sept. 13. MLS has acknowledged the call was wrong.

The league did not say Tuesday how much money the U.S. national team star was fined.

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