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Friday Coed Standings
Team Color Wins Loss Ties GF GA GD Pts
Team Galaxy Black 5 2 0 23 15 8 15
Shake N Bake Black 5 2 0 25 13 12 15
Maple Leaf Chiropractor Black 4 1 2 32 13 19 14
Boom City Black 4 2 1 21 17 4 13
Human Beehive Yellow 4 2 1 23 14 9 13
The Crew Red 1 5 1 15 28 -13 4
Healthsource Grey 1 5 1 16 29 -13 4
Futbol Coalition Yellow 1 6 0 9 35 -26 3

Boom City Golden Boot
Player Name Team Name Total Goals
Frank Mineccia Boom City 11
Carlos Mendez Boom City 4
Jeff Davis Boom City 2
Skylar Schwartz Boom City 2
Ashley Rivara Boom City 1
Kevin Kading Boom City 1
Boom City Schedule
Date Time Teams Park / Score Field / Pts
20-Sep 8:10pm Boom City vs Team Galaxy 1 – 4 0 / 3
4-Oct 6:20pm Human Beehive FC vs Boom City 0 – 3 0 / 3
11-Oct 6:20pm Futbol Coalition vs Boom City 3 – 4 0 / 3
18-Oct 6:20pm Maple Leaf Chiropractic vs Boom City 4 – 4 1 / 1
25-Oct 6:20pm Boom City vs The Crew 2 – 3 0 / 3
1-Nov 8:10pm Boom City vs Shake N’ Bake 2 – 1 3 / 0
8-Nov 8:10pm Health Source FC vs Boom City 2 – 5 0 / 3
15-Nov 8:10pm G1: Team Galaxy vs Boom City Team Galaxy Wins
Boom City Paid Players
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  • U.S.’s Josh Sargent out for Werder Bremen until January with injury


    by ESPN on December 6, 2019 at 9:55 am

    ESPN FC’s Brian McBride says Josh Sargent’s ability to refocus after being left of the Gold Cup squad is the reason his future is bright.
    United States international Josh Sargent will be out until January with a hamstring injury, his club, Werder Bremen, has announced.
    Sargent, 19, picked up the injury in the U.S.’s 4-0 victory over Cuba in CONCACAF Nations League play last month, according to a team release.

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    After playing the full 90 minutes against Cuba, he came on as a substitute in Werder Bremen’s match against Wolfsburg on Dec. 1, but complained about the pain in the subsequent training session.
    “Since this is a small, deep-set… […]

  • U.S. Soccer 2020 deficit grows by $5.5 million due to legal fees from lawsuits


    by Jeff Carlisle on December 6, 2019 at 6:14 am

    Megan Rapinoe shares an update on the USWNT’s fight for equal pay and explains what an ideal resolution looks like from her point of view.
    U.S. Soccer’s projected 2020 deficit is set to grow $5.5 million due mostly to expenditures of $9 million on legal fees devoted to various lawsuits.
    The federation had already projected a loss for the upcoming year, but legals costs — including those due to the equal pay lawsuit filed by the U.S. women’s team — are the primary reason for the increase.

    Speaking at the USSF Board of Directors meeting, USSF CFO Pinky Raina presented reports on the federation’s financial state. Entering the 2019… […]

  • Sergino Dest, Jordan Morris lead U.S.’s breakout stars in Gregg Berhalter’s first year as manager


    by Jeff Carlisle on December 2, 2019 at 6:00 am

    Sergino Dest emphasizes it was his decision alone to play with the USMNT over the Netherlands.

    Ajax full-back Sergino Dest announces he has decided to play for the United States over the Netherlands.
    It has been a year to the day since Gregg Berhalter was hired as manager of the U.S. men’s national team. In 2019, the USMNT was largely treading water. In fact, its collective chin has inched dangerously close to the waterline at times.
    The victories were expected, especially considering the CONCACAF-heavy schedule and the fact that just two of the Americans’ 18 games were held outside the United States. Yet the loss to Canada in October raised alarm bells, and fans are still waiting for a signature… […]

  • Source: Tim Howard set to be named GM of USL Championship side Memphis 901


    by Jeff Carlisle on December 2, 2019 at 4:45 am

    Brian McBride, Graham Zusi and Matt Besler all send well wishes to Tim Howard as he enters retirement.

    Tim Howard turned back the clock with some fantastic saves vs. FC Dallas in his final home match for Colorado.

    Shaka Hislop recounts Tim Howard’s time with Everton and Manchester United as the American has officially called it a career.
    Former United States goalkeeper Tim Howard is set to be named general manager of USL Championship side Memphis 901, a source with knowledge of the situation confirmed to ESPN.
    The Athletic was the first to report Howard’s appointment, which will be made official after the start of the new year when his MLS contract expires. Memphis just completed its inaugural season in the USL Championship, finishing in 15th place in the Eastern Conference with a record of 9-18-7.

    The move represents Howard’s… […]

  • Is MLS next for Afshin Ghotbi, U.S. soccer’s international globetrotter?


    by Jeff Carlisle on November 26, 2019 at 6:48 am

    Afshin Ghotbi’s career in soccer has taken him to Los Angeles, South Korea, Iran and, now, China.
    In 2000, Afshin Ghotbi found himself marveling at where life had taken him. Here was an Iranian-born, American-raised soccer coach, heading to Hong Kong from Los Angeles on a British Airways flight so he could interview with a Dutchman to be an assistant coach for South Korea’s national team.
    “If that’s not globalization, I’m not sure what is,” he said with a laugh during an exclusive interview with ESPN FC.
    Ghotbi’s globetrotting ways haven’t stopped. His coaching career has spanned three decades… […]