FC Edmonton’s first defeat in six North American Soccer League Spring Season games proved to be costly.
A 1-0 loss at the expansion Miami FC, cost Edmonton a chance at the Spring Season title. 908 more words
The last thing FC Edmonton wants, after winning four of their past five games and getting within a point of top spot in the North American Soccer League Springs Season standings, is to trip up over a lowly opponent. 1,024 more words
While FC Edmonton heads to Florida for a key North American Soccer League Spring Season encounter with Miami FC this weekend, one of their key players will be on his way to Washington, D.C. 793 more words
Head coach Colin Miller had a view from the top for roughly two hours Sunday after FC Edmonton defeated the Carolina RailHawks.
The 1-0 win on a cold, wet, miserable day at Clarke Stadium, which kept many fans away, was not exactly the greatest game no one’s ever seen. 750 more words
On a cold, wet, blustery day at Clarke Stadium, FC Edmonton found a way to win ugly.
Midfielder Daryl Fordyce scored on a penalty kick with 11 minutes left to give FC Edmonton a 1-0 win against the Carolina RailHawks on Sunday and temporary top spot in the North American Soccer League Spring Season standings. 859 more words
Fury FC 1, Armada 0
It was a beautiful afternoon for soccer, and it got even more beautiful for Ottawa Fury FC when Marcel de Jong played himself into the role of hero. 648 more words