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      Welcome to AZSoccer!!   04/27/2017

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  1. Full game if anyone never seen it
  2. Went along to this match last night and must say it was an enjoyable game. I must admit within the first 20 mins I thought Orlando were going to run away with it. Their front line, whom were very fast and strong, looked at every opportunity to get in behind the AZ defense, and had it not been for some over-hit passes and some dogged defending it could have been a different story than the 0-1 HT score. Second half seen a different game, one which was a very even contest with end to end chances. At the end of the game AZ only really have themselves to blame for not taking something, some real guilt-edged chances were blown, not least in the dying seconds of the game when the big number 5 nodded Morrison's corner wide when it seemed easier to score. Many positives can be taken from this game though and I for one will definitely be making the trip back down to Peoria again.
  3. Interesting watch and with 3 US-based TV networks committing to making MLS and the USMNT a priority it can only be good for the game
  4. EPL

    Been off work sick so have had the opportunity to watch a few games this week and Man City was one of them. You always felt they were going to win and it was only a matter of time.
  5. Watched the second half and the Tucson team looked tired, travelling maybe? First time I have watched them play the and enjoyed it. Will definitely watch again.
  6. I did not know that Hibs, Aberdeen and Dundee United once played in a league over in the USA. "After a series of exhibition games, the USA began playing on May 28 and got off to a good start. The Houston Stars attracted an opening crowd of 34,965.[3] However subsequent attendances did not keep pace and the league finished with an average of 7,890 per game. Of the twelve teams, the Los Angeles Wolves, represented by Wolverhampton Wanderers and featuring Derek Dougan, the Cleveland Stokers, represented by Stoke City and featuring Gordon Banks, and the Washington Whips, represented by Aberdeen, emerged as the strongest sides. Roberto Boninsegna of Chicago Mustangs finished as the league's top scorer with 10 goals. The USA entered its playoff stage in July 1967. The Western Division champion Los Angeles Wolves, by the flip of a coin, won the right to host the championship game against the Eastern Division champion Washington Whips. The match drew 17,824 to Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. The Wolves won the championship beating the Whips 6-5 after 36 minutes of extra-time. The wide-open final feature two hat-tricks, three penalties given (2 converted), four goals scored within a 4 minute period midway through the second half and each team scoring during (non-golden goal) extra time. The game was finally decided when Whips defender Ally Shewan scored an own goal shortly after the start of golden goal extra time" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Soccer_Association
  7. I will be there celebrating a fellow board members birthday!