An optimist would have noted that Ottawa Fury FC remained only seven points out of a playoff position with five matches remaining on its 2016 schedule. 926 more words
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FC Edmonton head coach Colin Miller is keeping a positive attitude despite watching his team get shutout for the fifth-consecutive game Wednesday night.
Miller was happy with Edmonton’s performance in a 0-0 tie, on the road, against the Jacksonville Armada FC in the second of a two-game road trip. 713 more words
Too little, too late? Maybe, maybe not.
Ottawa Fury FC, in the middle of a seven-game unbeaten streak, with a pair of comeback wins over Minnesota United FC last week, is taking the rest of the North American Soccer League season minute by minute, game by game. 605 more words
The goals have dried up, which is presenting a major problem for FC Edmonton.
On Saturday, FC Edmonton were shut out for the fourth consecutive game, losing 1-0 on the road to the Carolina RailHawks. 759 more words
Fury FC 3, United FC 1
Ottawa Fury FC did what it had to do on Saturday night.
Second-half goals by Giuseppe Gentile, Ryan Williams and Lance Rozeboom lifted Fury FC to a 3-1 victory against Minnesota United FC and breathed a little bit more life into admittedly slim North American Soccer League playoff hopes. 748 more words
If Ben Fisk’s luck would improve by 50 per cent, it wouldn’t be half bad.
But the FC Edmonton midfielder can’t buy a break, bounce, or get a friendly spin of the ball. 1,009 more words