Timbits soccer approaches World Cup status

TORONTO—Given the wild cheering and general mayhem occurring on soccer fields across the city, you’d think the World Cup had come to Toronto.  But it hasn’t.  It’s just groups of tots doing their best to connect with the ball as part of Timbits Soccer.

“I live across the street from a middle school and four nights a week I have to listen to those insane parents carrying on as if their five-year-old has won a gold medal,” said East York resident Jane Radley.  “Really, all the brat did was walk past the goalie, who had his finger up his nose and was playing with ants. This is why kids are soft today.”

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