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With Two Weeks To Go, APSL...

After a slate of games in the American Premier Soccer League this past weekend, the playoff picture is becoming clearer. After the 3-1 defeat to Boca Raton FC, Red Force FC not only lost their second straight game of the season, but find themselves in third place in the standings after being in first place most of the season. A hard-fought game saw early goals by Boca Raton’s Gabe Taboda, yet Red Force...

South Florida FC Player Lo...

Gonzalo de Mujica, who currently plays attacking mid for South Florida FC, took some time to talk about his past experiences playing for both a professional soccer team and for Stetson University to delve into what he hopes he can bring to South Florida FC this season. De Mujica, who played as a midfielder for Fort Lauderdale Strikers from 2013-2014, talked about the highlights he had when he played for...

Leo Moura Saga Coming to a...

The Leo Moura/Fort Lauderdale Strikers saga has been the type of thing you would normaly see in a Brazilian soap opera. Late last night, reports out of Brazil, and 90 Minutes Strong sources, confirmed that Vasco da Gama had come to a verbal agreement with Moura on a transfer to the Brazilian club. On Monday morning, Vasco’s president Eurico Miranda announced the signing of the 36-year-old right back...

Update: Fort Lauderdale St...

Update: As reported by 90 Minutes Strong late last night, Vasco da Gama has announced the signing of Fort Lauderdale’s captain, Leo Moura this morning in a press conference that also introduced their new head coach. Presidente Eurico Miranda confirma as contratações do lateral Léo Moura e do atacante Herrera. — CR Vasco da Gama (@crvascodagama) June 22, 2015 According to Vasco da Gama’s...

Could Léo Moura be on His ...

The Fort Lauderdale Strikers are heading to Brazil this week to play a friendly with Ponte Preta, yet their superstar might not be returning. According to sources, Strikers captain, Léo Moura is currently in Brazil with his agent Eduardo Uram talking with Brazilian clubs about a possible return to his native country. “We have some interest in Brazil for Léo’s services,” said...

Carmelo Anthony’s Pu...

via: press release BAYAMÓN, P.R. (June 11, 2015) – Professional soccer is coming back to Puerto Rico, and NBA star and entrepreneur Carmelo Anthony is leading the charge. Anthony announced Thursday at a press conference in Bayamón that his new club, Puerto Rico FC, will begin play in the North American Soccer League (NASL) in the 2016 Fall Season. “It is an honor for me to bring back soccer...

What is going on with U.S....

This picture tweeted out by U.S. Soccer earlier today summarizes the month that U.S. Soccer is having, technically you could draw it back to Loretta Lynch and the rest of the F.B.I. but for now let’s just talk soccer. It started off with the U.S. Men’s National Team coming back in the most unexpected of ways to beat the Netherlands for the first time in the team’s history. This was not a...

Why Hope Solo’s Past Shoul...

Americans love polarizing stories. Whether it is LeBron James’ fifth straight NBA Finals, American Pharaoh winning the Triple Crown, counting down the days until the NFL comes back or whatever is going on in baseball; if it is interesting and a tad scandalous Americans will pay attention. Point is, when the Women’s World Cup kicked off in Canada this past weekend, the biggest storyline wasn’t the...

Der Deutsche Stürmer: How ...

With another window open, another wave of rumors comes with it. This time, a big name German forward leaps from the pages, Lukas Podolski. Having just been a part of the German team that won the World Cup almost a year ago now, he has been riding the bench for Arsenal. During the January window, Podolski was loaned out to Inter Milan where he only played in 17 games and scored, a somewhat disappointing,...

Strikers to Travel To Braz...

After the conclusion of their 2015 NASL Spring Season, the Fort Lauderdale Strikers will embark to Brazil to take on Ponte Preta, of the Brazilian Serie A, on Saturday, June 20. Kickoff is set for 5:30pm at Estádio Moisés Lucarelli in Campinas, São Paulo. Founded in 1900, Ponte Preta is one of the oldest teams in Brazil. The club competes in Brazil’s top flight after earning promotion from the Serie...

Slow Starts Will Not Win t...

The rust at the beginning of the Untied States opening game against Australia is to be expected, between the training and friendlies these players have not seen much serious play-time for a few months so we can cut them a bit of slack when the opening few minutes were not as sharp as they should be. That being said, the way to win the 2015 Women’s World Cup is not with slow starts, so the USWNT have...

Alex Morgan Injury Update

Aside from Hope Solo, the status of United States Women’s National Team star Alex Morgan’s knee has been one of the biggest storylines as the USWNT begins group play tonight versus Australia. According to multiple reports, Morgan will in fact be available to play tonight. Ahead of the match, USWNT coach Kill Ellis spoke about Morgan’s availability, per Jeff Kassouf of...

Boca Raton FC Earns Third ...

photo by: Gabriela Heizer Boca Raton, FL – Boca Raton Football Club (4-0-1) defeated Alianza Miami Football Club 3-1 at home in front of 367 fans on Friday June 5th thanks to goals from C.J. Phelps, Shadi Harb and Hasani Sinclair. The teams were very physical and 6 yellow cards were awarded on the night between the two teams, 4 going to Alianza and 2 for Boca Raton. Boca took an early lead when Colby...

2015 FIFA Women’s Wo...

The 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup is set to kick off Saturday, June 6 when the host country, Canada, takes on China PR at Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton at 6pm on FOX Sports 1. Although the United States Women’s National Team only takes the pitch on Monday night at 7:30pm, there are a handful of interesting matches to keep any fan of the beautiful game interested. Two-time World Champions,...

Is 2015 The USWNT’s ...

There’s a large amount of excitement surrounding the 2015 Women’s World Cup, something that has never really happened before a major women’s tournament. Perhaps it’s a roll-over from last year’s full fledged support of the U.S. Men’s National Team in Brazil or maybe it’s because fans of soccer in the United States understand that this is the National Team with a...

Red Force FC: A close-knit...

Red Force FC has their eyes set on the prize for their current season as they are aiming to go to the playoffs and continue to hold onto their current winning streak. The team is currently 4W-1D-0L this season, with their next game coming up June 13 versus South Florida FC at Dade Christian High School. Red Force FC’s season started back on April 12th with a 4-1 victory over PB Piranhas FC. The team is...

After Two-Game Road trip, ...

After two strong road victories, Boca Raton Football Club (3W-0D-1L) returns to The Shipyard this Friday, June 5 at 8pm to take on Alianza Miami (1W-2D-2L). “We had a strong two weeks away from home,” says head coach Marcelo Castillo. “Now it’s time to give our home fans the show they deserve and go for our third-straight win.” After their 1-0 loss to Miami Dade FC at The Shipyard on May 15, Boca...

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