The team and the local doctors are getting together to further the message of #StayHome. Team athletes, technical staff, and other employees urge all to help halt the scourge of COVID-19. They are in union with federal, provincial and municipal govt's as they emphatically implore all to stay hope to halt the spread of the insidious virus.read
Allan at just 15 is now the 20th overall Homegrown player for the club overall. This midfielder is contracted through 2023, '24 is a club option.
Fire HC Raphael WIcky informed, "The signing of Allan proves the success of the Academy program under the leadership of Cedric Cattenoy & Brian Roberts. The Academy recognized the talent that Allan possesses and have been able to develop him to this point as he earns a Homegrown contract. We're excited to welcome Allan to the first time."read
Chris, being the 19th Homegrown in team lore shows the Fire are on Fire moving their people up, especially the teenagers with his being 16. The contract is through 2023 and the Club option for 2014.
HC Raphael Wicky stated "We're excited about the quality that Chris brings at the goalkeeper position. He's shown at training this preseason that he is ready to take the next step with the first team and gain valuable experience as a professional as he continues to develop in a competitive environment"read
William WIlson and his nearly 3 decades of experience in numerous sports has a top position in the Federation. The new CEO & Secretary General takes over from the retired Dan Flynn following an exhaustive half year long search utilizing a pair fo search firms, in the end it was his own interest that lead to his hiring. He has 29 years at many levels in the industry from agency, league and team positions.read
This tremendous program with whom we have done a number of things with in both NY & Philadelphia is branching out. This addition of theirs is quite timely now in this time of the Coronavirus crisis, as they put it, "Times like these we need our team, we need to stay together even while #SocialDistancing." Life is indeed harder sans sports, even more so with the current dearth of soccer, the world's game.read