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
It feels fantastic to be an Orlando City SC supporter again after the Lions grabbed their first victory in six games when defeating New England Revolution 3-1 at Camping World Stadium on Sunday night.
A debut victory for new head coach Jason Kreis of course, Orlando City SC gained vital Eastern Conference ground on Revs while tying level with Jay Heaps’ side on 26 points with the Lions boasting a game in hand. Continue reading
Having been appointed back on July 19th, Kreis takes over an Orlando City SC side in seventh place (23 points) in the Eastern Conference after Bobby Murphy oversaw a 2-2 tie at Columbus Crew. Continue reading
So after 7 games played this 2016 Major League Soccer season, Orlando City SC currently sit on nine points with two games won, two games drawn and two games lost.
Humbled on the road last time out at New York Red Bulls, Adrian Heath‘s Lions will be looking to get back to winning ways up the Eastern Seaboard at New England Revolution this Saturday evening (Sunday 00:30 in the UK). Continue reading
So it was heartbreak in Philly for our Lions!
Tranquillo Barnetta’s simply inch-perfect free-kick in the 90th minute subjected Adrian Heath‘s Orlando City SC to a first loss in Major League Soccer this 2016 season with Philadelphia Union running out 2-1 winners last Friday following Adrian Winter‘s first-half equaliser.
But with the past being the past, let’s move on with Orlando City SC returning to the Citrus Bowl on Sunday to welcome Jay Heaps’ New England Revolution of the Eastern Conference who sit one point below the Lions on seven points after gameweek six. Continue reading
Orlando City SC have finally secured their first signing of the off-season after the Lions selected former New England Revolution full back Kevin Alston in stage two of the MLS Re-Entry Draft.
The 27-year-old Washington D.C. native joins Adrian Heath’s side to add some much needed competition to the back line after racking up 155 Major League Soccer appearances for the Revs in a career at Gillette Stadium that spanned six years. Continue reading