NO REST FOR THE WEARY
After 3 games in 8 days, tired Red Bulls visit Montreal in CCL Wednesday
Luis Robles: "Iím exhausted. I looked at the guys around the 70th minute and I was just praying that we had enough to finish it off."
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There's certainly no rest for the weary and the Red Bulls are one weary soccer team today. Playing three important games in eight days that will decide your playoff future will do that.
BEST START EVER
Fordham women go to 6-1 after beating The Citadel
With a chance to make some program history, the Fordham women did not disappoint the home crowd at Jack Coffey Field Sunday. Complete
A WILD HEART-BREAKER
Seton Hall men lose lead, game to Princeton with 28 seconds remaining in regulation
The Seton Hall University menís soccer team lost a high-scoring back-and-forth affair against Princeton University, 5-4, Sunday afternoon, with Julian Griggs netting the game-winner with 28 seconds remaining in regulation. Complete
Cosmos were without several first choice players in win
After the Cosmos' 3-2 win over the Atlanta Silverbacks Saturday night, head coach Giovanni Savarese will have more difficult decisions to come in the following weeks. Complete
COSMOS IN THE WORLD CUP 27 have been on the sportís biggest stage
During their heyday in the 1970s and 1980s, the New York Cosmos were known across the globe for their assemblage of international stars. Many of these stars shone brightest on the world's biggest stage, the World Cup. In fact, 26 players from the original incarnation of the Cosmos competed in the World Cup finals, with four of them getting a chance to stand on the winner's podium.
OFFSIDE REMARKS With 9 games remaining, the 7th-place Red Bulls, Cosmos must make their playoff push now or suffer the consequences
They might call home on opposite sides of the Hudson River, but the Red Bulls and Cosmos in many ways share a similar fate and path to their respective league's playoffs. Complete
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CUTTONEíS CONCEPTS Threads in soccerís colorful tapestry
Phil Stephens never met Nancy Osserman. Itís too bad. They would have gotten along famously, if for no other reason than each provided a rather long thread in the colorful tapestry that is American soccer. Complete
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MY TWO CENTS Ode to Lloyd Sam's 90th-minute heroics against D.C.
Wednesday night, soccer fan Will Smith wrote an "Ode to Lloyd Sam's 90th minute heroics against D.C."