Well, the season is over. The Deltas defeated the Cosmos in the Soccer Bowl to end the dominant run of New York. Let’s come together with a new edition of Scout the NASL.
The FC Edmonton Academy handed out awards to seven players and coaches who were rewarded for their respective seasons.
What’s next for the Eddies? If the NASL happens to be no longer, do they join the potential Canadian Premier League? CBC dives into it.
Indy Eleven continues to be talked about as an MLS Expansion candidate. ESPN FC looks at all the potential options, and ranks Indy in the “complicated” category.
Jacksonville Armada FC
Armada midfielder Jack Blake was named the NASL Young Player of the Year after scoring 9 goals in his first campaign.
Mechack Jerome was recognized as one of the best defenders in the league after being named to the 2017 NASL Best XI.
Stefano Pinho won the NASL Golden Boot and Ball awards for MVP and most goals respectively. Daniel Vega took home the Golden Glove award as the NASL’s best keeper. To round-out the list of accomplishments from Miami this season, six players were named to the NASL Best XI which is a record.
North Carolina FC
NCFC continued their college round-up for Week 10.
Connor Tobin and Nazmi Albadawi represented the Carolina club on the NASL Best XI.
Puerto Rico FC
PRFC players continue to help the efforts in aiding from Hurricane Maria.
Puerto Rico is also clearing house with their roster. Several players including Giuseppe Gentile were released from the club last week.
San Francisco Deltas
And of course, the Deltas did win the 2017 Soccer Bowl.
Take a look at the rest of the NASL Best XI for 2017. Cosmos own Emmanuel Ledesma makes the list.
The Midfield Press continues to produce a sublime amount of articles. This time, they noted how the Cosmos have found a home in Brooklyn.
The Guardian dug into the whole NASL and USSF scenario. They gave the article an interesting title.