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First Touch: Georgia Revolution FC

In our latest interview series First Touch, we focus on the smaller, lesser known teams of the NPSL, and spend a little time getting to know them, their fan bases, and their ambitions for the club. Midfield Press’s Jason Bruzzichesi sat down with Alec Morrison, the Media Director for Georgia Revolution

US Open Cup Draw Highlights: Round of 16

  Following the 4th Round of the US Open Cup, it is now down to the final 16 teams. At this point, the draw has established the rest of the knockout tournament with a 16-team bracket and 4 regions released. MLS joined the competition in Round 4 and went 14-3 in

NYCFC behind them, Cosmos look ahead to the Revolution

After the first round of MLS participation in this year’s Open Cup, the remaining teams were all subject to a regional draw to determine their opponents. Placed in a group with the New England Revolution, the New York Red Bulls and the Philadelphia Union, the Cosmos will now face the

Shuart no more: Cosmos forced elsewhere for Open Cup matches

Last year, the Cosmos won one of the most exciting matches in their short reboot history, forcing 120 minutes of soccer and penalty kicks with NYCFC. But from the jaws of victory, the Cosmos also took away a defeat.  On a call Thursday, Cosmos COO Erik Stover disclosed information that may

How a Derby Gave Me Hope

Steve Hamlin writes: Author’s note: This piece isn’t meant to be some cry for attention or self-centered use of an outlet to tell my story through. Truth be told, I had a lot of trouble writing this, finding strength to tell my story and how soccer imprinted it. This is a testimony. A