Month: April 2018

Solo goals from Andrew Hernandez and Justin Picou along with a brace from Steven Lamberta led the Quails of Temecula FC past the Oxnard Guerreros in the latest NPSL National Game of the Week. On a sun-soaked Saturday evening, TFC notched its first victory of the season, posting a 4-0 victory over Oxnard. The victory
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The Miami FC 2 played its third match of the 2018 NPSL season Saturday night, drawing 1-1 with Jacksonville Armada FC in a match between old rivals.   Miami FC 2 forward Vincenzo Rennella, back from injury, dictated the tempo of the match early. He consistently sprayed accurate long balls forward into the path of
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San Jose Earthquakes star forward Chris Wondolowski started his non-collegiate soccer career with the Chico Rooks of the National Premier Soccer League (NPSL). The rest is history. Whether it’s his ownership of 135 career Major League Soccer (MLS) goals or 11 United States Men’s National Team goals in 35 appearances, the success stories about Wondolowski
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The Philadelphia Union finally broke out of their scoring slump en route to a 3-2 win over D.C. United Saturday afternoon at Talen Energy Stadium. D.C. took the early lead behind Zoltan Stieber‘s first of the year, but Philadelphia got back on track when Ilsinho‘s shot deflected in 30 minutes later.  The Union kept their foot on the pedal to start
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A Portland, Ore.-based comic book publisher has given new meaning to watching one’s heroes on the football pitch. PTFC x @DarkHorseComics. From street to superhero, our players have been transformed. ✨ https://t.co/ggUMCsQFja #RCTID pic.twitter.com/xAD1sULrMb — Portland Timbers (@TimbersFC) April 26, 2018 Dark Horse Comics has teamed with the Portland Timbers and NWSL’s Portland Thorns to create
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CARSON, Calif. – Zlatan Ibrahimovic says he’s going to the World Cup. Sweden’s soccer federation says he isn’t. Both, apparently, are correct. The Swedish superstar greeted Thursday’s proclamation from Svenska Fotbollforbundet by confirming that he’s still headed to Russia for this summer’s tournament, but that doesn’t mean he’s going to play. “I haven’t read the
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