Dylan Mares: Young Player of the Year

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Dylan Mares may have been out for an extended period of time for the Indy Eleven. He might have been quiet on the front and not as productive as the top producers of last year but none of that matters. When you look at most valuable players and dynamic game changer,s it really shouldn’t go […] READ MORE


Are Indy Eleven planning for the future?

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As the end of the 2015 North American Soccer League campaign and teams in the playoff race begin to see their fate unfold a teams at the bottom of the table have to eventually see the light at the end of the tunnel and begin to understand that this year might not be their year. […] READ MORE



The Atlanta Trust seeks to keep the Atlanta Silverbacks alive

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In the shadow of the controversies inside of the North American Soccer League involving Traffic Sports as well as the NASL’s desires to achieve Division One status lies two clubs who are struggling to find what their futures are. Carolina Railhawks, who are pursuing a future without Traffic Sports as owners and the Atlanta Silverbacks who […] READ MORE


Indy Eleven Struggle to Find Results

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After a loss in the heart of Texas as Indy Eleven fell to 2014 North American Soccer League champions San Antonio Scorpions 2-0, Indy Eleven find themselves in an all to familiar place. Inconsistent performances, weak energy, and inability to control the pace of a game has lead Indy Eleven and their fans on a […] READ MORE


Keith Cardona: Time to Shine

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Three matches in eight days is never easy, and three away matches can be even worse but for Indy that was the cure to their troubles as they sunk Jacksonvile Armada at home 3-0. This was the fifth game of the 2015 North American Soccer League campaign for Keith Cardona. Pretty clear since the crushing […] READ MORE


Indy Eleven: Still learning from their mistakes

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As Indy Eleven drop another match, losing against to Minnesota United 1-0 it begins to beg the question of whether or not the change is going to come in terms of results. As of the combined standings last night Indy Eleven sits low on the table but just  five points outside of qualifying for their […] READ MORE


Stadium for Indiana: Alive

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Stadium for Indiana was the first substantial movement that Indy Eleven has gotten as a club in securing a soccer specific stadium in Downtown Indianapolis. While the bill itself never made it to an official vote, what came from it was a large amount of support along with a tremendous amount of oppression in terms of […] READ MORE



US Soccer needs to embrace goal-line technology

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Soccer has its fair share of issues involving their referees. Whether it be yellow cards out of the blue, non-calls, or even missing clear goals, the sport in America is no different in its inconsistency than it is in the NBA, NFL, MLB, or NHL. The debate on how to fix the issues that MLS, NASL, […] READ MORE