Red Bulls Plan Comes Together in Derby Sweep

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(EDITORIAL) – There are a few things that can define a coach’s tenure in sports.  One way is a defined style of play.  For instance, NYCFC coach Jason Kreis came from a market at Real Salt Lake that had to be shrewd and creative in building a roster.  Kreis had the help of Garth Lagerway […] READ MORE


Derby Daze: Supporter Violence Mars Hudson Derby

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Harrison, NJ (August 9th, 2015) – It’s been a rivalry in the making – a pressure cooker created by results and an MLS original meeting the new, rich, noisy neighbors.  After only a few months and three matches, the rivalry between New York City Football Club and New York Red Bulls took an ugly turn prior […] READ MORE


RBNY Need to Know: Hudson Derby Part III

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Hanover, NJ (August 7th, 2015) – On Sunday the Red Bulls look to close out the season series with NYCFC in a commanding fashion. In the first two matches of the season, the Red Bulls dominated the expansion side for large stretches, and outscored City 5-2 across the first two legs. However, the City team […] READ MORE


Treble Radio Summer Live Special: Spurs, City, United, Arsenal, and Liverpool

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(PODCAST) – Treble Radio emerges from the center of the long hot summer to serve up a super sized helping of off season analysis of the big moves so far of clubs like Spurs, City, United, Arsenal, Liverpool, and more news. First, Robb Mitchell joins the gang to talk about the crowded midfield of Manchester […] READ MORE


Last Word SC: USA v Panama Postgame, Kris Dyer, and Charlie Flowe

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(PODCAST) – Last Word SC Radio returns with your USA v Panama postgame show. But, if an epic rant and voting Timmy Chandler off the island wasn’t enough, Matt, Sean, and Russ are joined by LWSC writer Ty Bailey to talk about tonight’s announcement of the MLS All Star Game (Shame?) rosters, and the inclusion […] READ MORE


2015 Womens World Cup Final: USWNT Ready to Face One Last Challenge

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Vancouver, BC (July 5th, 2015) – Christie Rapinoe remembers. “We definitely have 2011 in the back of our minds. With that said, this is the third time we’ll meet Japan in a final, which is pretty amazing for both federations. They are very composed on the ball. They like to get into the offensive third and […] READ MORE


LWSC Radio: FC Dallas’ Ryan Hollingshead and U.S. Soccer’s Jeff Crandall

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(PODCAST) – Last Word SC Radio returns! Matt and Russ welcome Jeff Crandall of ussoccer.com to talk about the upcoming U.S. Open Cup Round of 16. Jeff weighs in about the Red Bulls v Cosmos, along with Chicago v Charlotte. He makes some bold predictions, talks about ideas to make the 3rd oldest tournament in […] READ MORE


Clint Dempsey and Abby Wambach: Two Captains, One Problem

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EDITORIAL – Every time a story comes up about abuse of officials, we hear the same narratives: What should the penalty be? Is the penalty given appropriate for the act? Will the player learn from their mistake? Then we have the cases of two United States National Team captains, both abusing officials within a week of each […] READ MORE


Despite 4th Straight Loss, Marsch Sees Positives from Abang and Sanchez

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June 21st, 2015 (Harrison, NJ) – After his club lost it’s third straight league match at home to the Vancouver Whitecaps, New York Red Bulls coach Jesse Marsch was understandably cross in post game. But, instead of pointing all the blame at midfielder Sacha Kljestan, who was sent to an early shower after seeing a […] READ MORE