In what would be a controversial move amongst Lions supporters, MLS reporter Jeff Rueter tweeted that Orlando City SC are “finalizing” a deal for New York Red Bulls captain Sacha Kljestan. Continue reading
Following a demanding three game road streak in MLS, Orlando City SC can get used to home comforts again when Toronto FC visit Orlando City Stadium on Wednesday.
TFC haven’t let 2016’s MLS Cup Final defeat get them down this term with Greg Vanney’s men top of the Eastern Conference until Chicago Fire leapfrogged them recently. Continue reading
Travelling to Ontario to take on Toronto FC at BMO Field on Wednesday evening, City arrive in Canada in unbelievable form having won SIX of our opening seven fixtures this term. Continue reading
Orlando City SC‘s 2016 MLS Cup Playoff hopes are fading fast after the Lions could only produce a 0-0 draw away at Toronto FC last night.
Since winning 1-4 at Montreal Impact earlier this month, Orlando City SC have been in free fall, losing three Major League Soccer fixtures while now sitting eighth in the Eastern Conference.
While performances have left a lot to be desired lately, Jason Kreis‘ Lions are still just three points below D.C. United who currently sit in sixth place above the red line on 37 points. Continue reading
Orlando City SC suffered a cruel setback in their bid to make the 2016 MLS Cup Playoffs on Wednesday night with a late Jozy Altidore strike handing Toronto FC a 1-2 away win.
The Lions’ second successive home loss following a 17-game unbeaten streak that preceded the Seattle Sounders defeat, Jason Kreis‘ side are now beneath the line again in seventh place (28 points, 25 played). Continue reading
Agonisingly conceding in the final play of the game to tie 2-2 with San Jose Earthquakes last time out, Orlando City SC remain at Camping World Stadium to face Toronto FC on Saturday evening.
Greg Vanney’s side are currently fifth in a tight Eastern Conference with last weekend’s slender 1-0 victory over LA Galaxy getting TFC back on track after a four-game winless streak. Continue reading
Although Orlando City SC have existed for what seems like a little while now after being established in 2010, in the grand scheme of things, we are still an incredibly new franchise on a global scale.
With this season’s two opening fixtures against Real Salt Lake and Chicago Fire having proved that there is still a lot to learn and build upon to yield future success, we are also starting to discover particular characters in Major League Soccer that the Lions don’t enjoy facing. Continue reading