Winds of Change Sweep Through Ottawa Fury FC

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When Ottawa Fury FC takes the pitch in April of 2016 for its third campaign in the North American Soccer League, it will look vastly different than its November 2015 NASL Championship Final iteration. Gone from last season’s Ottawa’s NASL runner-up squad are its captain, 30 year-old Irishman Richie Ryan (Jacksonville, NASL), its tactical mastermind, […] READ MORE


Rayo OKC is Riskiest NASL Expansion

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.@NASLBPeterson introduces the #NASL‘s newest club, @RayoOKC! pic.twitter.com/x1KetLQgFq — NASL (@naslofficial) November 10, 2015 The North American Soccer League has another expansion franchise, and it isn’t one of the many secondary cities so often kicked around on the league Twitterverse and message boards. Oklahoma City, which saw a NASL expansion bid flame out and a USL franchise […] READ MORE


Why Ottawa Fury FC is a Bloody Big Deal

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Firstly, I’d like to apologize to Toronto FC supporters for the title. I know Jerm – he who must not be named for fear of double-decker bus-sized disappointments – was a flop, and the slogan affiliated with his signing brings back terrible memories, but Ottawa’s second-year pro club is truly a bloody big deal. Now, […] READ MORE


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


MLS 3.0: The Future Of MLS Homegrown Territories

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(Editorial) – The future of the MLS Academy system is brighter than ever. Fans have been treated to the growth of academy products like Bill Hamid, DeAndre Yedlin, and Gyasi Zardes coming into their own. Every club’s fanbase is now looking to their USL affiliate, academy teams, and the MLS SuperDraft for the next young […] 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


Fury FC Trounces Cosmos in Historic Win

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It was, at times, beautiful. Marc Dos Santos’s Ottawa Fury FC, in only its second year of existence, dominated the midfield and possession against the moneyed New York Cosmos, on New York’s home turf no less. A Paulo Junior brace paved the yellow brick road for the Fury, who picked up insurance markers late via a […] READ MORE


Last Word SC: Stephen Holroyd talks Bethlehem Steel FC, ASL

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(Podcast) – Tonight, Matt, Russ, and Ty take a look back at American soccer history with soccer maven Steve Holroyd, of Philly Soccer Page. They look back nearly a century when the American Soccer league were poaching top players from Europe, and Bethlehem Steel FC walked the earth creating their own footballing dynasty right here […] READ MORE