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Tag Archives: NASL

MLS Draft, CBA, and More

Posted on by Peter C

Stuff I Follow from the Cheap Seats MLS Superdraft A good starting point for Superdraft information. Generation Adidas explained, reported by L.E. Eisenmenger. Before the expansion draft I was pegging Philadelphia to take defenseman Ike Opara with the first pick … Continue reading

MLS Year End Throwins

Posted on by Peter C

An End of Year, Cleaning out some files post A bit of an older article by Fake Sigi illuminates some of the machinizations that occur beyond the pitch that surround clubs and stadiums. Bill Archer’s post, The End of the … Continue reading

Vancouver Whitecaps v Tampa Bay Rowdies, 1979: Video

Posted on by Christopher Harris

In our latest flashback to the history of soccer in North America, we’ve uncovered another NASL video for you. This time it’s from the 1979 Soccerbowl featuring Vancouver Whitecaps versus Tampa Bay Rowdies, live from Giants Stadium in New Jersey. … Continue reading

Tampa Bay Rowdies v New York Cosmos, 1976: Video

Posted on by Christopher Harris

With all of the recent discussion about the NASL being reformed in the United States, I thought I’d share a very interesting video with you which is the first ten minutes of the 1976 NASL game between Tampa Bay Rowdies … Continue reading

More Teams Join the NASL

Posted on by Bobby Brandon

Yesterday the Rochester Rhinos announced they would leave the USL in favor of the new NASL for the 2010 season. This more-or-less leaves the USL First Division dead in the water for next year, although you should fully expect their … Continue reading

North American Soccer League – Take Two

Posted on by Bobby Brandon

The rumors were true (another one), the North American Soccer League is back…kinda. I know some of you are putting your faces in your hands and groaning, and if you follow basketball you have a good reason to. The second … Continue reading