Forty Shades of Blue: St. Patrick’s Day with NYCFC

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BRONX, NY (March 23, 2018) – What can one learn from spending St. Patrick’s Day with NYCFC? Perhaps everything. Perhaps nothing. Or perhaps forty things. Lets see. Forty Shades of Blue: St. Patrick’s Day with NYCFC Nine points from three matches? Good lord. The team didn’t get nine points in its first season until late […] READ MORE



Northern Exposure: NYCFC and Canada

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It’s possible, I suppose, that losing to Vancouver was a good thing. Maybe going into an international break you like the opportunity to take two weeks to remind yourself, day in and day out, that you can’t take anything for granted in this league. Or maybe you like having fourteen days to prepare for a […] READ MORE


OK, OK, What’s Next? A Look at NYCFC’s Next Five Matches

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As I write this, you’re celebrating the truths we hold to be self-evident. And RJ Allen, Jack Harrison and the rest of the team are enjoying the sites in lovely Vancouver ahead of their match with the Whitecaps tomorrow night. But fans should pause for a moment to acknowledge the historic level their team is […] READ MORE


NYCFC vs Montreal Impact: Three Players to Watch

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NYCFC will face Montreal Impact this week fresh off their 4-0 thumping of D.C. United. Montreal drew 2-2 with Seattle last week, conceding two late goals. NYC will look to take advantage of Montreal’s aging midfield in this game. The Impact midfielders, Patrice Bernier, Marco Donadel and Hernan Bernardello, are 37, 33, and 30 respectively. This […] READ MORE


NYCFC vs Orlando City: Statistical Analysis

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Editorial – (March 7, 2017) – NYCFC lost to Orlando City SC 1-0 in a game where the team statistics were a little misleading. Cyle Larin scored OCSC’s goal with their only shot on target. In contrast, NYCFC failed to capitalize on their seven shots on goal. However, NYCFC showed a lot of promise for the […] READ MORE



The Boston Rag: What Went Wrong for NYCFC in New England

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I could say “I told you so” but that would be immature. And more to the point, it wouldn’t explain what went wrong for NYCFC in Saturday’s match against the New England Revolution at Gillette Stadium. And what went wrong for NYCFC started early. Before the team even hit the pitch. The Boston Rag: What […] READ MORE