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PRESEASON: Red Bulls contrive to instill panic about American soccer, only win 1-0 versus 20 year old Brazilians
Memories of failed direct free kicks are plentiful for fans of the New York Red Bulls. Of course, the most notable one is the infamous Roy Miller effort at the end of the 2012 Eastern Conference Semifinal. The trend of failure may change this season. Advertisements
The LA Galaxy announced the creation of a team to compete in the upcoming USL PRO season on January 29, 2014. LA Galaxy II, as it will be called, marks the first time in Major League Soccer history that a franchise owns and runs a second team in a lower division league.
Out of the three following choices, what is most surprising: Roy Miller scored a goal, that goal came off his right foot or he can dance a smooth samba? The answer is actually none of the above. It is instead young Ruben Bover unleashing a primal roar of prolonged frustration into the rainy Kississimee, FL. night.
This is a quick look into how Connor Lade compensated for his “small” 5 foot 7 frame and quieted all the naysayers during his career progression.
PRESEASON: In Disney Pro Soccer opener, Red Bulls lose 1-0 against Sporting KC, few bright spells in Magic Kingdom
A New York Red Bulls team resting designated players Thierry Henry and Tim Cahill, dropped a 1-0 result to Sporting Kansas City at the ESPN Wide World Sports Complex in Kississimee, FL on February 19. This is the third game played by the Red Bulls this preseason.