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October 11, 2018
by Sean McCaffery

As part of their initiative to create 50 mini-soccer pitches in 5 years, NYCFC is unveiling the plans and some pitches. Present will be amongst others, David Villa, Sean Johnson, Alex Ring, team execs. Claudio Reyna and outgoing Pres. Jon Patricof, representatives from the Mayor's Fund to Advance NYC, U.S. Soccer Foundation, adidas, from Men in Blazers, Roger Bennett and others. The grand event with this will take place in the Bronx at a site utilized by 4 schools.

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October 9, 2018
by Sean McCaffery

Ok so I used the headline to garner attention, though true, it is being done as they set up for USL League One in 2020. In light of the approval from USL to join this league they now begin the most arduous task of finding a location in the region as they put it, for a new soccer specific stadium, (SSS). WIth that, they have already arranged to vacate their current facility by the new year.  On this missing of a season, Owner, Eric Pettis had this to say, "We're incredibily disappointed not to take part in the 2019 season.

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October 5, 2018
by Sean McCaffery

Saturday evening at 10:30 p.m. ET on MSG, MSG GO, TuneIn & New York Red Bulls Radio, you may run with the Bulls as they face the Quakes. This will be the 39th time they get together, both part of the first 10 clubs in MLS history. SJ leads with a 17-12-9 record, however NYRB prevailed last time 5-1, but it has been since 2010 and a first leg game in MLS CUp Playoffs than NYRB have won away. Having a team best season, and now looking to build upon that, NY comes in hot, having dominated Atlanta in NY 2-0 for win #19, and 62 total points.

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October 4, 2018
by Sean McCaffery

New York Red Bull favorite and USMNT player, Tyler Adams has the profound distinction of being next to the top of the list with 3 years of eligibility left as he is just 19. A year ago he made the 24 Under 24 for MLS. The midfielder

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October 4, 2018
by Sean McCaffery

After 3 highly successful years both on and off the field, President Jon Patricof will continue on as a member of NYCFC's Board of Directors, a move seen as certainly keeping great ties with the team and Patricof. Come the end of the year, and his contract the move will help to facilitate a seemless change at the top as his departue is not for months and the seach for his successor is underway. Having his finger on the pulse of the team, leaves him full aware and able to lend any and all assistance needed a the team moves forward.

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