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Coming off a 2-1 loss in Edmonton, the Cosmos hosted the Tampa Bay Rowdies in a decades-old rivalry that promised an exciting showdown. Securing a 2-1 win, the game not only offered that, but also vaulted the Cosmos to the top of the NASL table with two matches left.
A major match lies ahead on Sunday for the Cosmos as the Tampa Bay Rowdies travel to Shuart to continue a rivalry that's spanned decades. With the Cosmos' stronger home performances and the Rowdies' difficulty in scoring all season, the boys in green will need to capitalize on this opportunity
It might be a bit late. I usually try to get out our Best XI ahead of the league's official Team of the Week, but I thought this week to lie in wait. I've got to say that with only a couple of agreements, my Best XI doesn't quite match
As you ponder your US Open Cup bracket, take a moment and watch my NASL Week 8 predictions
Week 7. Who gets lucky? We have a three-way tie at first place as we close in on the final three games of Spring Season. Who hits the home run? Who gets punted? Who gets sent to the box for a penalty? How many non-soccer idioms can I squeeze in
Coming off a dominant performance in Miami, thrashing the home side in a 3-0 shutout, and with a shutout of the Carolina RailHawks the week before, the New York Cosmos look to keep up their momentum as they head out on the road again.
They’ll find a traditionally difficult obstacle to overcome
The guys are back to talk the Cosmos win in Miami, their upcoming match in Edmonton, the friendly against Eibar in Vegas, as well as other team and league news.
Brian Andrés Helmick, CEO of the San Francisco Deltas joins us to tell us more about what the club is doing,
Though it may only be about halfway through the Spring Season, the stats that are being provided by new NASL partner Opta are not only incredibly enjoyable to browse, but provide fans with some kind of answer. So far the fan base is complaining about the Rowdies attack, but when
Coach Giovanni Savarese shared some notes on the availability of players on the team roster for the upcoming match against FC Edmonton.
“He’s fit to play,” said Head Coach Giovanni Savarese on Niko Kranjčar after the Croatian’s absence from the Miami match. “Niko has recovered well. Now he will be available for