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he scored in the 98th minute? Somebody better have lost an arm or a leg out there, maybe both.
let's hope that they have a longer stay than FCNY who just dropped out of the NPSL mid-season.
Toggle Commented Jul 12, 2012 on Cosmos returning to NASL in 2013 at Soccer By Ives
Hartford bicentennials, Memphis Rougues, Detroit Express
Toggle Commented Jul 12, 2012 on Cosmos returning to NASL in 2013 at Soccer By Ives
simply put I've now gone from not liking Rafa much to actually thoroughly disliking him. Though I will put part of the blame yesterday on Backe with going to the bench way too late.
KFLY, he's a New Yorker and has had the same routine going on for years and it's worked very well for him. Seriously doubt that he's going to change for anyone now.
Congrats to the Long Islander RoughRiders 3-2 winners yesterday!
Toggle Commented Jul 31, 2011 on USL Pro Week 17: A Look Back at Soccer By Ives
Hey Folks good afternoon: Please try and c'mon out to Long Island this afternoon at 5:00pm. The Long Island RoughRiders are playing the Jersey (Newark Ironbound) Express at St. Anthony's high school in South Huntington. This NY/NJ battle decides the Eastern finals and the winner gets a trip to the USL PDL final 4 in (I think) Texas. From what I saw on the pitch yesterday, Jersey has some better players on attack but Long Island is a very strong team. Either way, should be fun!
USL PDL Eastern Semi-finals played Friday on Long Island (NY) Long Island RoughRiders 3-1 over NH Phantoms Jersey Express 2-1 over Carolina Dynamo Saturday at 5pm at St. Anthony's High School in S. Huntington Long Island we now have a huge NY vs NJ matchup in order to see who represents the East at the USL Final Four!
Toggle Commented Jul 30, 2011 on USL Pro Week 17: A Look Back at Soccer By Ives
seat belts please for a very bumpy ride coming up
Toggle Commented Jul 29, 2011 on Klinsmann hired as USMNT coach at Soccer By Ives
what about Clint, the former Revs star...makes better sense to me unless they can't afford his price tag?
Toggle Commented May 18, 2011 on Report: Roma wants American star at Soccer By Ives
sorry to say Ives but this is not soccer news nor the reason that I come here
Toggle Commented Apr 25, 2009 on Lampard goes off on radio critic at Soccer By Ives
I give up...just wake me when their season is over...
As I recall you played for a year in the USL PDL divsion with New Jersey. Would you recommend that same route for players interested in a pro career? In your retirement years, do you think that you'd be interested in taking an ownership stake in a USL/NPSL minor-league team or with a MLS team?
Toggle Commented Apr 11, 2009 on The SBI Questions: Ask Tim Howard at Soccer By Ives
it's really too bad that they made the playoffs last year, it gave everyone a glimmer of hope. They were barely at .500 last season and have done nothing to improve the squad. It's going to be a nightmare of a season folks...
This decision on Portland might need to wait until 2011...from Soccer America: If MLS is to approve the Portland expansion bid, it must either grant the franchise assuming the $15 million hole will be filled, or wait until discussions and negotiations complete the funding package. MLS spokesman Dan Courtemanche said last week the league might decide to name just one team for the 2011 season - presumably Vancouver - in the near future and wait on selecting a second. The other funding sources for the $88.8 million package remain intact. Paulson's share is more than $24 million, with the renovations for PG&E Park projected to cost $33.69 million and a new baseball stadium pegged at $55.095 million. There are conditions and restrictions by which he guarantees repayment of the loans, and all events at both facilities will incur a 7 percent ticket surcharge to help the repayment process. Not until the city council approves a plan that includes the $15 million portion can it enter into a binding agreement. Paulson has pledged $12.5 million and needs to raise another $11.8 million to pay his share of the projects, in addition to forking out the $40 million expansion fee.