The New York Cosmos hung on to win their road game in San Francisco 1-0, with a goal from Emmanuel Ledesma and a shutout from Jimmy Maurer. The goal leaves them a point behind the NASL lead as they enter Week 6. Continue reading
The New York Cosmos hit the road again as they face expansion side San Francisco Deltas for the first time in Kezar Stadium. While the club might be new, there are plenty of familiar faces on the side that the boys in green should not take lightly. Continue reading
The opening says it all. We’re back.
We briefly touch on the Miami win, cover the Armada draw and take a look around the league at results and news including the battle lines that are being drawn up for Division 3 soccer.
We answer your questions and you answer ours.
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The New York Cosmos played the Jacksonville Armada to a 1-1 draw in their second home game of the season. Javi Marquez scored the opening goal of the evening with JC Banks finding one for the visitors to give each team a point.
After a week off, the Cosmos are set for their next challenge: current NASL leaders Jacksonville Armada. The Armada enter the match unbeaten in their last three while the Cosmos come off the bye after a win in Miami. Continue reading
US Soccer announced the First Round matchups of the 2017 US Open Cup yesterday, the 104th edition of the tournament. While the opening round will take place on May 9th and 10th, the absence of a third division this year means the NASL and USL will both drop in on May 16th and 17th.
Another round would follow prior to any potential match-up with an MLS side.
Another week of NASL action in the books with all eight teams active for the first time this season. It was a good week to be a road team in three of the four matches played. Continue reading
The New York Cosmos were outshot heavily and saved by the upright on two occasions, but hung on to a 2-0 win in Miami, their first of the 2017 season.
Danny Szetela and Ayoze each scored a goal and Jimmy Maurer held Miami silent for his second shutout in three games.
The Cosmos have had an underwhelming two-game performance so far to kick off the 2017 season. A disappointing draw in Puerto Rico and a humbling home loss to Miami have set the tone to open up the season. In neither game was New York able to register a shot on goal and a series of defensive mistakes cost them dearly last weekend.
New York’s challenge will be to figure out their defensive issues and attacking options while traveling to face the side who issued them one of their worst home losses. Continue reading