Here at Orlando City UK, we’re wondering where the last two years have gone with today representing our second birthday after being launched in November 2015.
Failing to make the MLS Cup Playoffs for a third consecutive season, this game is all about the Lions trying to sign off 2017 in the most positive way possible. Continue reading
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
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It’s reaching now or never stages for Orlando City SC in their bid to reach the 2017 MLS Cup Playoffs with Jason Kreis‘ side suffering another defeat (3-1) at New York Red Bulls last time out.
The Lions are a side low on confidence right now having only won TWO of their last SEVENTEEN regular season fixtures. Continue reading
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With two games against southern MLS rivals Atlanta United now done and dusted, attention switches to Saputo Stadium where Orlando City SC take on Montreal Impact on Saturday evening.
Now at a crucial stage of the season with just 12 regular season fixtures to go, Jason Kreis‘ Lions have ground to make up after being lodged in seventh place and two points below the red line following Gameweek 21. Continue reading
After being embarassed 1-3 by Miami FC in the fourth round of the 2017 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup on Wednesday, it’s a fourth home game in a row for Orlando City SC as Montreal Impact arrive in Central Florida.
Mauro Biello’s Impact travel south after playing out a 1-1 draw at Sporting Kansas City on June 10th with the Lions rested from MLS play since tying that incredibly controversial 0-0 draw with Chicago Fire on June 4th. Continue reading
After grabbing a morale-boosting 2-0 win over D.C. United in midweek, Orlando City SC face their second home game in quick succession with Veljko Paunović’s Chicago Fire in town.
In many ways the whipping boys of the Eastern Conference in recent seasons, the times are changing for Fire with the Men in Red currently second in the East. 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.
The Lions’ first ever trip to the Quakes’ Avaya Stadium home given 2015’s head-to-head (1-1) took place at Levi’s Stadium, Orlando City SC will be looking for a much better road performance this time around. Continue reading
What looked a demanding two-game away streak on paper turned out that way but still boasting a 100% win record at Orlando City Stadium, Saturday’s home game with Sporting Kansas City provides a chance to bounce back. Continue reading