TICCPod recently had the chance to talk with Cosmos Head Coach Giovanni Savarese to discuss the club’s approach to the title match and the possible loss of one of their strikers to international duty. Continue reading
With the New York Cosmos working to maintain their lead over the rest of the league, a trio of players were called up by their national teams, all for different reasons. Continue reading
The New York Cosmos are currently on a three-game winning streak, a five-game unbeaten streak, and a 14 home game unbeaten streak entering their Wednesday night match against Indy, but could face some serious obstacles in the form of unavailable manpower for the match. Continue reading
Andres Flores, Yasmani Duk, David Ochieng, and Eric Calvillo have all received call-ups to the El Salvador, Bolivia, Kenya, and US U-19 sides, respectively. Continue reading
A quiet first half and some questionable refereeing gave way to a wild second half full of goals, cards, ejections, and projectiles from the stands as the Cosmos drew 2-2 with the Rowdies. The point earned is the first earned on the road outside of Miami, but drops the Cosmos to second in the fall and combined standings due to goal differential. Continue reading
With a Cosmos lineup depleted by transfers and injuries, head coach Giovanni Savarese shared answers to questions raised on the state of the lineup for this weekend and the season, long-term.
Plenty of lineup and formation changes have been present in the past few Cosmos matches. With so much changing, what could we see for a showdown with the Rowdies this weekend? Continue reading
With the parade of injuries hitting the Cosmos towards the end of the spring season coupled with the loss of players such as Michael Lahoud, Gabriel Farfán and Niko Kranjčar, many have questioned the depth of the roster and its ability to win hardware this year, especially after the exit of the club from the US Open Cup. Many have asked what the Cosmos will do to add to a roster that has lost quality players.
Cosmos head coach and sporting director Giovanni Savarese does not share those concerns, but the club is looking at potential additions to the squad. Continue reading
Joining on loan from Peruvian club Sport Boys, Yasmani Duk has been one of the least utilized parts of the Cosmos roster this spring. After ten matches played in the NASL spring season, Duk made the bench twice, subbed on once, and received one start.
But with opportunities so rare, the Bolivian international has made the most of them. Continue reading
Yasmani Duk has left the Cosmos to join the Bolivian team for the duration of the Copa America, making him unavailable until at least June 15th. Continue reading