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Recap: Rowdies rebound to earn point in Ottawa

Ottawa Fury FC 2-2 Tampa Bay Rowdies Goals: 18’ Paulo Jr (OTT) 31’ Oliver (OTT) 33’ Mkandawire (TBR) 87’ Espinal (TBR) Highlights: Major Themes: Rowdies bounced back from a two-goal deficit to earn a vital point as Stuart Campbell made his debut since being named as a permanent replacement to Thomans Rongen. Ottawa looked fatigued from their midweek clash

Recap: Indy suffers crushing loss at the hands of Ft. Lauderdale

Ft. Lauderdale Strikers 7 – Indy Eleven 1 Location: Lockhart Stadium Attendance: 3,819 Cautions: 10'-Hendry Thomas (FTL) 18'-Victor Pineda (IND) 50'-Red Card-Marco Franco (IND) Substitutions:  FTL- 65'-Ivan Guerrero (leftback) for Walter Ramirez (left midfielder) 71'-Hendry Thomas (central midfield) for Manny Gonzalez (central midfielder) 76'-Gabriel (right midfielder) for Shawn Chin (right midfielder) IND- 58'-Dragan Stojkov (right midfielder) for Duke LeCroix (forward) 65'-Victor Pineda (left midfielder) for Charlie

Preview: Cosmos Host Desperate RailHawks

What’s At Stake After a midweek draw in Canada and Ottawa’s disappointing home draw last night, the Cosmos could propel themselves within three points of the Fall Title. But a win would also take them seven points clear of Ottawa in the combined standings, rendering the Cosmos Fall chase largely meaningless.

Predictions: NASL Fall Season Week 8

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Each week Midfield Press' contributors attempt to predict the weekend's results. The staff went with the safe picks this week with Ottawa, New York and the Cosmos being picked consistently. I did not include my own predictions but I wouldn't be surprised if Atlanta proves a little more resilient than

Endline: How Do Statistics Work In NASL?

‘Endline’ is a weekly column in which David Martin surveys the NASL landscape for a topic of interest and fires a broadside of opinion. The content below reflects the opinion of the author alone and not that of Midfield Press or other individual staff. It was only a couple of months ago

Railhawks sign Brazilian midfielder Gabriel da Silva

Gabriel Vittorio Da Silva playing with FC Vysočina Jihlava (Photo: FC Vysočina Jihlava)

The Carolina Railhawks announced today that they have signed 27 year old Brazilian midfielder Gabriel Vittorio Da Silva for the remainder of the 2015 NASL season. Developed by the Santos FC youth system, Gabriel had several stops lower down on the Brazilian league ladder during his senior career before signing with

Recap: Fury, Cosmos battle to 0-0 draw

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Ottawa Fury FC 0 - 0 New York Cosmos Highlights: Major Themes: The two hottest clubs in the NASL met, and played a rather entertaining 0-0 draw.  The two hottest keepers in the league, Peiser and Maurer, we’re both able to record shutouts as they aim for the golden glove award. Fury were coming off