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The Real American Soccer Culture: New York Times Response

Like many soccer supporters, I was left mystified when I read Jay Caspian Kang's synopsis of American soccer culture for New York Times Magazine (We have chosen not to publish the link to the article, because they do not deserve the traffic - Ed). The American soccer landscape is fast growing and

Fury FC Close In On Thomas Stewart Signing.

Ottawa Fury look ready to sign Northern-Irish striker Thomas Stewart, as the NASL club look to bolster their attack for the Fall Season. Sources close to the club say Fury are finalizing a deal with Sacramento Republic FC for Stewart's services and a deal could be announced as soon as this week. Stewart brings with

Fort Lauderdale Strikers: Where Did It All Go Wrong?

It’s been a year and a half since Traffic Sport relinquished ownership of the Fort Lauderdale Strikers to Cesso, Ronaldo and company, and somehow it appears that the club has moved backwards.  The ownership seems lost in a Brazilian daydream as attendances struggle to break the one thousandth mark. It

Ottawa Ready For Voyageurs Cup Second Leg

Ottawa is buzzing ahead of tonight’s Voyageurs Cup second leg match vs FC Edmonton as Fury look to secure their birth in the tournaments semi-final for the first time.  Spirits are high after Fury were able to secure a 3-0 win in Edmonton and the club are looking forward to

De Jong’s Future Unclear Beyond Spring Season

Ottawa Fury and Canadian Men’s National Team left back/winger Marcel De Jong still doesn’t know what lies ahead of him when his Fury contract runs out in June.  De Jong is only signed on with Ottawa for the Spring Season as he looks to stay fit and competitive ahead of

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