Friday, May 7, 2010

Blues take on the Railhawks, contest winner and much more...

Miami FC will play the Carolina Railhawks this Saturday May the 8th at 7:30 pm. It's the 4th game in a row for the Blues at home before they head on the road. This home stretch of the season has been somewhat successful if we point out that the team is one of only two team in the USSF Div 2 that remains unbeaten, however, all games have ended in ties. The last versus in state rival Tampa Bay Rowdies 1-1.
Possible line up:
Patterson, Defenders Lancaster, Rodrgiues, Veris and Gbandi, Midfielders Goldberg, Cameron, Paulo Araujo Jr, Shriver, Forwards Santeliz and Thompson,

Carolina comes off of a tie themselves while visiting the Rochester Rhinos (1-1)
Possible line up:
Platter, Defenders Gilkerson, Schulte, Bobo and Shields. Midfield Rusin, Davidson, Franks and Paladini. Forwards Bundu and Barbara.

Tailgate at Lockhart Stadium starts at 5 pm with many give aways such as Dunkin Donuts giving away 25 FREE Dozens and much more. Musical guest will be local South Florida band A Beautiful Cage. Hear some of their tunes HERE

Burrito's "The Starting 10?" Contest winner is Kyle Kaly! The contest consisted in naming the missing player in the starting 11 team picture at last weeks game (see picture to the right) and the player missing was none other then team Captain Jarryd Goldberg. The reason for Jarryd's absence is not known but you can be sure Burrito will be sniffing for answers!

Our friends over at Simply Futbol brought to our attention the fact that the Footvolley World Cup is being held this weekend at Hollywood Beach. It's a 3 day event and if you are not familiar with it many notable professional soccer players have been know to participate. One we may remember is former Miami FC player Romario. For more information go HERE

As some of you may have read this week; MLS will make an announcement that many believe will mean the inclusion of Montreal as the 19th team in that league. In a recent interview, MLS Commissioner Don Garber mentioned South Florida as the possible location for the final expansion team. Miami Soccer Fan has an interesting piece called Why not Miami? If you haven't read it be sure to check it out as it has numerous quotes from soccer players and celebrities.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

We want Miami in MLS!

Anonymous said...

Sorry Miami looks like NY will be the 20th team.

Oscar said...

Not NY but South Florida for # 20.

Anonymous said...

NY doesn't make sense. Where are they going to build a stadium?
If they don't bring back the Cosmos name it will never work.

South Florida will get a team.

Anonymous said...

lol, article about the game your current Pro team is playing tonight and all you guys can do is cry for MLS in the comments.

You don't deserve it.

Anonymous said...

Tampa is so boring that their fans have to come to our Miami sites and talk bad about us.
Tampa sucks

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Anonymous said...

you assumed wrong.

And Tampa is boring? lol. Keep pretending you haven't seen the images and videos from Saturday night in Tampa, my lame Miami friend.

What did you guys pull, 1k? lol. We had more than that at our tailgate. Nice try.