Thrashed 4-0 at New England Revolution last time out, the Lions’ coaching staff and players really need to do some soul searching with the performance nowhere near required standard. Continue reading
There’s no doubting that Orlando City SC are suffering a real lack of confidence right now after going SIX games without a win in Major League Soccer.
So the Camping World Stadium era is now over but Orlando City SC signed off in the best way possible, defeating D.C. United 4-2 in the final game at the venue.
So it’s almost the end Orlando City SC fans. Not only the end of an extremely testing 2016 Major League Soccer campaign but the end of this current purple era as we know it.
Taking to the Camping World Stadium turf for one final time against D.C. United in our last game of the season, everybody hopes Jason Kreis‘ side can give the venue the grand send off it deserves. Continue reading
With just FIVE MLS regular season fixtures remaining, Orlando City SC face a make or break challenge away at D.C. United that will define our chances of qualifying for the MLS Cup Playoffs.
Enduring a hugely damaging 1-4 home defeat to Columbus Crew last time out, that was a game in which Jason Kreis‘ side really needed three points to keep their destiny within their own hands. Continue reading
Prevailing in torrential conditions at Camping World Stadium, the Lions now face an away trip to Quebec to take on Montreal Impact on Wednesday night with just seven games remaining thereafter. Continue reading
If you thought Orlando City SC‘s midweek fixture with Toronto FC was important, Sunday’s match-up with New York City FC takes on even greater significance now.
If you thought you’d heard the last of the Antonio Nocerino rumours about his proposed transfer to Orlando City SC, you’d be wrong with the Washington Post reporting today that a deal is still possible.
With this being part III of the Nocerino trilogy as featured on Orlando City UK, we first read that the Lions were planning on securing his discovery rights ahead of reading later on that MLS were stepping in on a potential deal due to D.C. United owning an exclusive agreement with the AC Milan star. Continue reading