February 12, 2019
by Sean McCaffery

Former HC of the USMNT, Dave Sarachan has added another form the NT program in Peay and Dave stated, " It's great to have Clint here, I've known him for many years and he's certainly built up quite a bit of experience working at a variety of different levels." As a player his resume is stellar, Olympics, 4x NCAA champ, 3x MLS Cup winner & a Lamar Hunt US Open Cup trophy to his credit. Peay added, "Obviously I'm very excited. This is a great club. There's a good mix of veterans and young guys.

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February 12, 2019
by Sean McCaffery

One player per point on the star of the logo for the Courage is what has just happened on the newly released roster for the USWNT. From Long Island of course Crystal Dunn, Abby Dahlkemper, Jessica McDonald, Sam Mewis McCall Zerboni all rostered with Merritt Mathias who we met at a clinic on LI this winter will be a non rostered player in camp.

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February 12, 2019
by Sean McCaffery

This tourney which features only those going to the World Cup and just top 10 teams with the #1 USA, #4 England, #8 Japan & #10 Brazil kicks off Feb. 27 with the US facing Japan in Chester PA, the home of the Union in the second game as the first is at 4 when England & Brazil clash. Brazil, France & the USA comprise 3 of only 7 teams to have been in the last 7 World Cup Tourneys. Those with local ties include from RVC, Crystal Dunn, Kelley O'Hara former Sky Blue Star & Carli Lloyd of NJ & Sky Blue who had 2 soccer clinics this weekend in Syosset.

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February 12, 2019
by Sean McCaffery

Joaquin Ardaiz is now in the fold at Vancouver as the 20 year old striker has been aquired on a one year loan with an option to purchase out of Swiss Super League team FC Chiasso, he will of course take up an international spot. He is already experienced in the higher levels of soccer in his native country, Belgium & Italy. 'Caps HC, Marc Dos Santos had this to say of the youngster, " Joaquin is a young striker with a very high cieling. He's at the early stages of his career.

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February 4, 2019
by Sean McCaffery

The first round pick for NYCFC, GK Barraza is now signed after his being the 12th selection overall. Luis stated, "It's a dream come true. I'm honored and proud to wear the NYCFC badge. It's one of the happiest moments in my life." The team clearly wanted him, they traded up from 19 to 12 and sent $75,000 of GAM to the Galaxy to make the selection. Sporting Directior Claudio Reyna stated," Luis is a very good goalkeeper with a bright future.

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