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NYCFC Defies Odds, Defies the Doubters, Capture Their First MLS Cup

New York. - 8 months back I covered my first game with the New York City Football Club. For the team that lost a heart breaker in a shootout loss the previous year and due to Covid hadn't seen a home soccer game since the 2019 season, it was a chance of impassioned renewal. And it started with a bang in a 5-0 win over Cincinnati to start the season the right foot. During the season, the team suffered through injury, poor playing conditions (more on that later) as well as it's longest goal drought in its history with 509 minutes straight without a goal. They were a team that excelled at home in the Bronx but struggled elsewhere but despite all the setbacks pulled out a 4th place finish in a tight MLS Eastern Conference.

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NYCFC Dream Season Continues, Defeats Covid-Plagued Philadelphia Union 2-1

CHESTER, PA. - In a battle of depleted rosters (but mostly Philadelphia), NYCFC overcame a 1–0 deficit in the 63rd minute to capture their first Eastern Conference championship over a further depleted Philadelphia Union squad by the score of 2-1.

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NYCFC Pulls Out Upset of the Year, Moves Onto Eastern Conference Finals

FOXBOROUGH. - NYCFC shocked many in the MLS world last night pulling out a 5-3 shootout win on the road against heavily favored New England, reaching the Eastern Conference Finals for the first time in their history.

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The Character Of A Lacrosse Player

TORONTO. - Being an interviewer on Spanglish Sports World and ZingoTV, it has afforded me a special opportunity that not many can say they have had. While many people talk to lacrosse players at games, post parties, or at team functions, not many get to delve into the psyche of a player and their lives.

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Teams Are Starting To Take Shape

TORONTO. - As training camps are coming to an end, and the pre-season has but one week left in it, teams are looking more and more ready for the new NLL season. As witnessed this past weekend in a couple of games I was able to attend, the passing was much crisper, the defenses a little stingier, and the offenses much more creative with their plays, scoring with precision. There was also more use of transition plays, keeping their opponents defenses guessing most of the game.

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Training Camps and Preseason Is Here

TORONTO. - For lacrosse fans, hearing there was going to be a season in 2021-2022 was music to their ears. Seeing players tweet, text, and actually arrive at training camp was a sight for their sore eyes. But to actually attend an NLL game (albeit pre-season) had fans in absolute euphoria this past weekend.

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Lacrosse...Remembering the past, while looking forward to the future

TORONTO. - Lacrosse is a traditional indigenous people’s game and was first encountered by Europeans when French Jesuit missionaries in the St. Lawrence Valley witnessed the game in the 1630's. Lacrosse for centuries was seen as a key element of cultural identity and spiritual healing to Native Americans, known as the "Creator's Game" and the "Medicine Game".

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The National Lacrosse League Makes History

TORONTO. - Last week the National Lacrosse League (NLL) made news with a historic multi-year signing with ESPN for broadcasting rights to all of it's games. In a press release the NLL stated that every game of every year of the agreement will be on one of ESPN's broadcast or streaming platforms.

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