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NYCFC has Fantasy potential

Over the weekend, we here at Fantasy MLS Eire have been crunching the numbers on whether or not New York City FC has Fantasy potential. The results, are going to amaze you. 605 more words

Major League Soccer

Report: NYCFC trio Poku, Mullins, Allen to train with Manchester City

It’s not unusual for Major League Soccer players to get training stints with Premier League and other European clubs in the offseason.

But with the close relationship between Manchester City and New York City FC, any young players getting a look at the Etihad Stadium asks a closer view. 199 more words

Barclays Premier League

NYCFC's Patrick Mullins ready whenever his number is called

About a month and a half ago, New York City FC head coach Jason Kreis pulled forward Patrick Mullins aside.

“I told him it was difficult because we were playing with one striker and that striker was  680 more words


MLS Snapshot: New York City FC 2-0 Toronto FC

The game in 100 words (or less): Perhaps there’s life just yet in those there New Yorkers. With a 2-0 home victory over a suddenly spiraling-out-of-control Toronto FC on Wednesday night, New York City FC snapped a three-game losing streak and — I’m just presenting the cold, hard facts here — and now find themselves just one point behind the Montreal Impact, who have four games in hand, for the sixth and final playoff place in the Eastern Conference. 294 more words

Major League Soccer

New York City FC v Chicago Fire Preview

New York City FC returns to Yankee Stadium on Friday, May 15 to host the Chicago Fire in Major League Soccer action.

It was just five short days ago that NYCFC battled Hudson City Rivals the New York Red Bulls to a 2-1 loss. 393 more words

New York Sports


I was recently watching some interview on TV with a pundit that was discussing MLS’ top current Designated Players. Kaká, Altidore, and Villa were among those mentioned, and the pundit had nothing but immense praise for what Kaká and Altidore thus far have brought to the league. 1,396 more words