Chris Armas also has interviewed with D.C. United. (FrontRowSoccer.com Photo)
Chris Armas still has the periscope up.
The former Red Bulls head coach has interviewed for the same position on Toronto FC, according to MLSSoccer.com.
Citing sources, writers Dylan Butler and Tom Bogert broke the story earlier on Thursday.
In fact, Armas has interviewed for the job multiple times, they reported. Toronto FC is looking for a new coach after Greg Vanney resigned after this season. Former New York City FC head coach Patrick Vieira reportedly is interested in the job.
Armas, 48, who directed the Red Bulls to the 2018 Supporters Shield crown, finished with a 29-21-11 mark during his 2 1/2 year tenure with the club.
He also was an assistant coach with the Chicago Fire and was the Adelphi University women’s head coach for several years.