August 21, 2018
by Sean McCaffery

Both NY teams have won one as they and their fans are geared up for this, the rubber match. The visiting Red Bulls bring a stellar record of 15-6-3 with 48 points to the Bronx with an all but a mirror image NYCFC record of 14-6-5 and 47 points, this game has serious implications for their division.

TV Coverage is by FS1, FOX Sports GO & New York Red Bulls Radio in English with Spanish found on TuneIn. NYRB Radio is live at 6:30 with the Honda Countdown to Kickoff hosted by Matt Harmon, Ernesto Motta has the Spanish play-by-play from the kick.

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August 21, 2018
by Sean McCaffery

Two young women I knew from Long Island were tragically lost in a DWI accident along with another of their friends, a huge loss for Massapequa, their families, freinds, local soccer, etc. In the wake of this horrific loss, the scholarship was generously established. This lucky and well deserving young woman, Stephanie Radakovic has been awarded this year is out of the Smithtown Hotspur of LIJSL, they took a State Open Cup title in 2016. This young women is now recovering from a car accident of her own in which she broke her ankle in 2 places.

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August 20, 2018
by Sean McCaffery

On the road again, but for the last of their 3 games away from home, NCFC comes neaby to Montclair where we last saw Lucky and company of Penn FC. The Tues matchup will begin at 7 p.m.

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August 20, 2018
by Sean McCaffery

Houston by way of their penalty kick win, earned the right to host the Union who we just saw at their home this past weekend. ESPN2 & UDN will have the game kicking off at 8p.m. ET. The BBVA faithful will see their hometown Dynamo in their first ever final of this historic tourney. Meahwhile the Union are back to the final yet again, for the 3rd time in 5 years. To the victor go the many spoils, 300,000 of them in dollars and a seat directly into the 2019 CCl. The loser in this last match will also get 6 figures with a  $100,000 prize.

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August 20, 2018
by Sean McCaffery

Contributed by Steven Torres

New York City FC (NYCFC) dropped a 2:0 league encounter to hosts Philadelphia Union, before a crowd of 17,594, at Talen Energy Stadium in Chester, Pa. on Saturday evening.

After a scoreless first half, the Union got on the board in the 57th minute with a tally from Jamaican international forward Cory Burke off an assist from Czech Republic international midfielder Borek Dockal.

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