Stage 3 is the place to be, as was Little Italy of the Bronx when they had a Serie A team now the property of the former owner of that Club back on the block. The Belmont Business Improvement District (BID) headed the effort with this event. As Rocco and his celebrated team were in town to play Benfica in NJ, Marios was also celebrating it's century in the Real Little Italy. Rocco, an Italian immigrant made the Bronx his home upon arriving here. The Av. was awash in a sea of purple as La VIola paid their visit and were hosted at an Italian restaurant on the street.read
The Fire have not been hot away from home but at least at this game there was smoke.
HC Paunovic and his thoughts. " We didn't start well. We had a poor start. But, after conceding two goals, I think the reaction was appropriate. We never crumbled, we fought until the end. Playing one man down, it's always a big test. We scored two goals wth one man down for most of the time playing like that. Obviously we are not happy with the result. I think we are on a good path. I think locker room is strong and believes in our possibliities to reach the playoffs."read
Local college standout Colton is now with the team for the balance of this season. A homecoming of sorts for the 25 year old our of PA. as he was with UNC from 2013-'16, then the 14th overall selection in the MLS SuperDraft of 2017 by SKC. 2017-'18 saw Colton getting major minutes with Swope Park Rangers, over 2 years there he was in 53 games with 3 goals and 78 assists, 2017 had him and NCFC GK Darrin MacLeod in the USL Cup Final. At UNC, he served as team captain helping get to the 2016 College Cup and a 2nd team All-ACC selection.read
A loss this weekend would hurt a lot, as not only would it not have the home team get any points but it would allow the surging Revs to catch them rather than have a full 6 points between them from a victory. This conference game will begin with coverages on MSG, MSG Go & New York Red Bulls Radio on TuneIn. This is their 74th meet, wow, and the Revs are on top 31-27-15, RBNY is now on a 9-0-1 tear looking to bring the wins into double digits and enhance their playoff standing. Over those same 10 games, the goals are an astounding 22-7, more than 3x over their opponents.read
Miami FC repeated as NPSL’s (National Premier Soccer League) Champion after a 3:1 win over hosts New York Cosmos in the 2019 National Final before crowd of 5,285 at Uniondale’s Mitchel Athletic Complex on Saturday evening.
Midfielder Dylan Mares scored twice (18th & 24th minutes) in the first half to give the visitors the 2:0 lead.read