Dwayne De Rosario has carried Toronto FC offensively ever since his arrival north of the border, and he wants the team's ownership to take further notice of that.
After scoring a goal against San Jose on Saturday that cut the Reds' deficit in half, De Rosario celebrated by acting as if his left hand were a checkbook and writing himself an imaginary check.
The goal was De Rosario's 12th of the season, but Toronto still trailed at that point and went on to give up a goal just moments later. The 3-2 loss to the Earthquakes likely knocked the team out of playoff contention.
After the game, the 32-year-old De Rosario, who still has two years remaining on his current contract, told reporters, "Every year I've been showing my worth, and it's about time they come to me with something. I know of other clubs who have gone to their star players and ripped up their contracts, and I think it's only fair."
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