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
The New York Cosmos defeated Miami FC by a final score of 3-2, pulling away in stoppage time after Miami drew even twice. Lucky Mkosana would be the evening’s hero scoring a game-winner for the second straight week. Continue reading
The New York Cosmos travel to Miami for the second this this season. They’ll face a new-look team that has begun to put the pieces together to force results, pieces mostly acquired over the last few weeks at the reported cost of about two million dollars. Continue reading
The NASL is back in action this week as ten of the league’s teams look to continue their undefeated fall starts. Puerto Rico FC made history last week with their first game and goal. Indy stayed undefeated while Minnesota and New York climbed to the tops of the fall and combined tables, respectively.
With that context in mind, here’s the team’s TICC Picks! Continue reading
Some surprising results, some surprising game play in Spring Week 6 of the NASL. A new leader at the top of the table and a new anchor at the bottom. Here’s a look at the current standings in the NASL table. Continue reading
The New York Cosmos defeated Miami FC by a score of 3-0, earning their second consecutive shutout win and taking the top spot in the NASL spring table on goal differential with a RailHawks loss the same evening. The Cosmos dominated the match completely, giving little, if any, chance for Miami to contest the game. Continue reading
With a win against top of the table Carolina logged last weekend, the Cosmos will look to prey upon expansion side Miami FC in the first meeting between the two sides. Miami is currently on a five-game winless streak, with an 0-1-1 record at home, giving up three goals in their last home match against Rayo OKC. Continue reading
We’re at the midway point of the season and the standings in the TICC crew are close with a shared lead at the top and a new face to prop up the table at the bottom! Here’s a look. Continue reading