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Toronto FC goalkeeper Stefan Frei celebrates after his team defeated the Vancouver Whitecaps to win the Canadian Championship final soccer match in Toronto, July, 2, 2011. REUTERS/Mark Blinch

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Toronto goalkeeper Stefan Frei will be sidelined four-to-six months following surgery on his left ankle.

Frei was hurt during training on March 24, and the Swiss goalkeeper at first was expected to miss eight-to-10 weeks. Further examination revealed that he had torn ligaments in his ankle.

He appeared to catch his leg in the grass while going after a ball during a training game in the rain at BMO Field.

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The team said he had surgery Tuesday.



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