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
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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
Our Designated Player made his first ever MLS start at New York Red Bulls last time out and the general consensus is that the Peruvian international fared well. Continue reading
Staying on the road to face New York Red Bulls at Red Bull Arena, it’s not getting any easier for the Lions to haul themselves back into an MLS Cup qualification spot.
After a tough 2-0 loss at Columbus Crew last time out, Orlando City SC will look to maintain their 100% win record at home when New York Red Bulls come to town on Sunday.
Jesse Marsch’s side had an equally forgettable result when thumped 4-1 at Houston Dynamo on April 1st so both sides will be looking for a reaction. Continue reading
Having just completed his first full USL season with Orlando City B, Orlando City UK recently caught up with talented Lions defender Kyle Callan-McFadden.
Becoming one of Orlando City B‘s very first signings alongside now Orlando City SC stars Mikey Ambrose and Tony Rocha back in October 2015, the 21-year-old Irishman was a key figure for Anthony Pulis‘ side throughout 2016. Continue reading
Turmoil probably isn’t too harsh word to describe the current plight Orlando City SC find themselves within following the Lions’ 2-0 road loss to New York Red Bulls on Wednesday.
Travelling to Red Bull Arena for the second time already this season, this week’s game will be the final regular season meeting between the Eastern Conference sides in 2016. Continue reading
Eight games down and ten points on the board for Adrian Heath‘s Orlando City SC.
While the Lions are only four points off current table-toppers Montreal Impact right now, City haven’t truly found their stride so far this term with four draws underlining this fact.
That said, we’re certain every single Orlando City SC fan was delighted to snatch a point on the road away at New England Revolution last time out where a 90th minute strike from Carlos Rivas was enough to cancel out Juan Agudelo’s second-half strike that gave Jay Heaps’ side the initiative. Continue reading