Option Declined On Six Players

Adrian Cann among those Toronto FC released on Thursday.

Toronto FC announced Thursday that the club has declined options on six players: defenders Adrian Cann, Ty Harden, and Dicoy Williams, midfielder Oscar Cordon, and forwards Nicholas Lindsay and Keith Makubuya.

Cann, 32, made 65 appearances in all competitions during his three seasons with Toronto FC. He signed with the club on April 12, 2010 as a free agent after leaving Esbjerg FB of Denmark. Cann was originally selected 16th overall in the 2004 MLS SuperDraft by the Colorado Rapids. He has also earned nine international caps for Canada.

Harden, 28, made 58 appearances in all competitions during his three seasons with the club. He was acquired through a trade with the Colorado Rapids on February 9, 2010. Harden was originally drafted in 2007 by the L.A. Galaxy.

Williams, 26, made 13 appearances in all competitions during two seasons. He originally signed with the club on March 31, 2011. Williams suffered a season ending injury while playing for Jamaica in the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup.

Lindsay, 20, signed with the First Team on September 15, 2010 as the second Academy graduate in club history. Lindsay made six appearances in all competitions during his first season with the club. He missed the entire 2011 season due to injury. This season Lindsday returned as an 88th minute substitute on October 24 at Santos Laguna during the CONCACAF Champions League group stage.

Cordon, 19 and Makubuya, 19, both signed with the First Team on March 17, 2011 after graduating from the Academy. Cordon made six appearances in all competitions for the club in two seasons. Makubuya made two substitute appearances over two seasons.