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Colorado Rapids vs. Houston Dynamo2017 MLS Regular SeasonDick’s Sporting Goods Park – Commerce City, Colo.Saturday, July 1 – 9 pm ETWATCH: MLS LIVE Two teams bounced from the U.S. Open Cup this week will turn their attention back to the MLS regular season when the Colorado Rapids host the Houston Dynamo on Saturday night. The Rapids fell 3-1 to
New Jersey Copa FC goalkeeper Matt Perrella has spent time with Newcastle United, Udinese of, Sporting Kansas City, and the Bethlehem Steel all through his own legwork. “I’ve always done my own PR and kept my own connections with clubs in case they need someone to call up,” Perrella said, “I’m a firm believer that
FC Mulhouse came away with a 2-0 victory over PDX FC in the first-ever NPSL Portland derby. The loss drops PDX to fourth in the Northwest Conference standings and the first-year club will need some help in order to qualify for the playoffs. The first goal of the game came in the 41st minute when
NEW YORK—Rodney Wallace’s mentality didn’t change, even if his spot on the team did a little more than an hour before New York City FC’s 3-1 victory over Minnesota United FC at Yankee Stadium Thursday night. “You have to mentally prepare to play from the time the lineup sheet comes out, the practice before the
Andrew is back, and the guys waste no time putting him in his place. First, though, David and Matt help break down Toronto FC’s dramatic Canadian Championship triumph against archrivals Montreal, those Wesley Sneijder-to-LAFC rumors, a changing Cali Clasico and early winners and losers from the Dax McCarty trade. There’s a packed weekend of MLS
New York City FC cruised to a 3-1 win over Minnesota United FC with three unanswered goals, two in the second half for its fifth straight league victory. After Alexander Callens tied the score, 1-1, with a 38th-minute goal, Jack Harrison and David Villa scored on the other side of halftime to put the match
Atlanta OUT: F – Jacob Peterson (right lower leg injury)OUT: F – Kenwyne Jones (knee inflammation) Chicago OUT: M – John Goossens (right ankle surgery 3/4, out 5-6 months) – READOUT: GK – Jorge Bava (left elbow tendinitis) Colorado OUT: D .- Bobby Burling (foot injury 6/15, out 4-6 weeks) – READQUESTIONABLE: M – Mohammed Saeid (knee injury) – REPORTQUESTIONABLE: M
FC Wichita midfielder Matt Clare has been selected as the sixteenth Mitre National Player of the Week for the 2017 NPSL season. “I want to take this time to thank everybody for the award: my teammates, the coaching staff, the front office, the organization as a whole,” Clare commented. “Without you, none of this is
Tuesday night, with storms circling DePaul Catholic High School before the game, saw TSF FC come away with a vital 1-0 victory over the Brooklyn Italians. Both teams continue their push for the playoff places in the Atlantic Conference Blue, and played their part in entertaining a crowd of over 200 supporters with end-to-end action.
On a beautiful Sunday afternoon, the New York Athletic Club hosted the Rhode Island Reds with hopes of continuing their three-game unbeaten streak and climbing out of the Atlantic Conference cellar with a win. Having defeated Boston City on the road the previous evening, the quick turnaround and long trip home made for tired legs.
Jesse Retan is now a coach within the Spokane Shadow youth program, and it has clearly impacted his play on the field. “Coaching and the way we play with the first team is full circle,” Retan said. “We’re looking to do similar things to what I would ask of my youth players. When all my
AFC Cleveland’s knack for stoppage time goals lifted them to a 2-0 win against Fort Pitt Regiment at Highmark Stadium Sunday afternoon. The Royals were carried by goals from Yianni Sarris and Gianluca DiFranco, and another terrific clean-sheet performance by goalkeeper Alex Ivanov. After starting the weekend on the fringes of the East Conference playoff
The first of two weekend matches between AFC Cleveland and Fort Pitt Regiment ended in a 1-0 victory for the Royals via a last-minute goal from Mike Derezic on an overcast evening at Stan Skoczen Stadium. The match looked to be seconds away from ending as a 0-0 stalemate before Derezic’s game-winning shot off Lolo
Playing on the road after a two-game home stand, the Blues travelled to Atlanta to faceoff against the Southeast Conference leading Silverbacks. With hot temperatures and high humidity, Asheville City prepared for a grueling 90 minutes. In the stands, the South Slope Blues made their presence known early, cheering along their team while battling the
Saturday night’s game between TSF FC and Seacoast United Phantoms ended in a 2-2 draw as TSF overcame a two-goal deficit to level the score. TSF looked to build upon consecutive wins, but falling behind two goals to a clearly motivated Seacoast side proved to be to much to overcome. TSF FC started the game
In a match between the top two teams in the NPSL’s Lone Star Conference, it was the visiting Dutch Lions FC that scored four unanswered goals after halftime and survived a furious rally as Midland-Odessa FC fell 4-3 on Saturday night at Grande Communications Stadium. Midland-Odessa FC (6-3-0, 18 pts.) struck first in the 30th
Napa Valley 1839 FC, in their final home match of the season, gave the 1,100 fans in attendance at Memorial Stadium something to celebrate about on Saturday night. The lone goal of the match between the Wine Country side and CD Aguiluchos USA came via a penalty kick that Francisco Mendoza converted in the 37th
Med City FC avenged its only loss of the season by defeating Dakota Fusion 2-1 in a thrilling home match at Rochester Regional Stadium. Dakota had beaten Med City 3-0 in the second week of the season during a cold, wet and windy game in Fargo, so Med City was happy to return the favor
Saturday night was hot in Seattle and OSA FC was on fire. With a few of the usual suspects out due to injury, OSA FC’s up-and-coming coach Paul Aur looked to change things up a bit and going with a 4-3-3 system proved fruitful. OSA’s front three were always looking to get in behind Portland’s
Dayton Dynamo FC hosted FC Buffalo at Roger Glass Stadium on Sunday afternoon in a game that would help shape the East Conference playoff picture. Both teams battled back from deficits, but neither could make a lead stick. The match ended in a 3-3 draw following a second half that featured five goals, double saves,
For all the script writers out there who love drama, the match between OCFC and Albion SC PROS had everything. It was a game that left Orange County FC supporters stunned as they walked out of the stadium. It was unfamiliar territory; OCFC experienced their first loss as members of the National Premier Soccer League.
Detroit City FC picked up its sixth consecutive league win on Sunday afternoon on the road defeating Milwaukee Torrent, 2-1. The comeback win, which pushed Le Rouge (6-2-1, W-T-L) to second place in the NPSL Great Lakes standings with 20 points, was led by goals from Tyrone Mondi and Shawn Lawson. Lawson's strike in the
Detroit City FC defeated Kalamazoo FC, 2-1, for its fifth league win in a row in front of 5,345 fans on Friday night at Keyworth Stadium. Man of the Match Elijah Rice, who made his City debut, became the hero of the night in the 67th minute with the game-winning goal. The other Le Rouge