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Short-handed Fury returns home to face Miami

They won’t post a “Help Wanted” sign, but maybe they should try, “Why Us?”

Players and coaches of Ottawa Fury FC must wonder what their situation would be if they had anything close to all hands on deck, but it won’t change for Wednesday’s home game against Miami FC. 795 more words

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Keeper a key to FC Edmonton's success this season

It’s hard to imagine where FC Edmonton would be without goalkeeper Matt VanOekel.

Likely not first in the North American Soccer League standings.

VanOekel has been outstanding for Edmonton this season and on Saturday in Tampa, Fla., was once again the main reason for a narrow victory. 672 more words


Ball keeps rolling for FC Edmonton

FC Edmonton continue finding ways to win.

And their fifth-consecutive victory has them at the top of the North American Soccer League Fall Season standings. 983 more words


FC Edmonton heads to Florida to face Tampa Bay Rowdies, aims to extend win streak

FC Edmonton has gone to Florida looking to keep the ball rolling.

The local North American Soccer League squad has won four straight heading into their game against the Tampa Bay Rowdies on Saturday (5:30 p.m., NASL.com) and holds a share of top spot in the fall season standings. 683 more words


Fury anticipates return of injured players

Danny Mwanga and Gerardo Bruna have played the same number of games for Ottawa Fury FC: two.

This is noteworthy mostly because Mwanga has only been with the North American Soccer League club for a couple of weeks, while Bruna has been on the roster all season, but hasn’t played since early April because of a lower-abdominal injury that eventually required surgery. 693 more words

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Captain Albert Watson to hit milestone for FC Edmonton

When Albert Watson was first approached to play for FC Edmonton, he had to consult a map.

The Belfast, Northern Ireland product then had to convince his better half a move to Canada would be beneficial. 855 more words


Veteran striker regains scoring touch with FC Edmonton

Earlier this season it seemed Tomi Ameobi was never going to score, which is never good for an out-and-out striker.

Now, it seems FC Edmonton is never going to score without Ameobi. 739 more words