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Scout the NASL: Dec. 4 - Dec. 10

Your weekly analysis of the NASL

Empire of Soccer

You can never get feelings of offseason boredom. There’s always a match of football going on somewhere in the world. I still miss watching the Cosmos every weekend, but maybe there’s some worry from me about what’s going on next season.

1904 FC

Nothing new out of San Diego this week. Might have to wait a little bit for the club to announce roster adjustments.

Cal United FC

Nothing from Cal United this week. Their website is making some sort of progress, I guess.

Indy Eleven

Former Indy Eleven coach Juergen Sommer has taken the director of soccer operations position for Carmel FC Soccer. Indy are still in search of a coach after announcing they will not renew Tim Hankinson’s contract.

Jacksonville Armada FC

Just in case you missed it, midfielder Zach Steinberger won the NASL Goal of the Year award after his stoppage time volley against the Cosmos.

Cal United seemed to take interest in Steinberger’s goal on twitter. Maybe a new signing for the club?

Miami FC

Miami broke down their top five goals from this season.

Miami also parted ways with seven different players. According to the press release, all of the players’ contracts expired.

Puerto Rico FC

Endi notes that PRFC owner Carmelo Anthony is committed to keeping the club on the island, despite the resigning of the club’s former president Tom Payne. For any one that speaks English, throw the article in a translator and you should be good.

Interesting Read

Cristiano Ronaldo won his 5th Ballon d’Or as the world’s best player. Ronaldo takes it a step further saying he’s the “best player in history”.

Rocco Commisso spoke out about the USSF. World Soccer Talk analyzes his statement.

Toronto FC claimed their first MLS Cup which capped off a historic season for the Reds.

BBC Sport notes how Pep Guardiola’s Barcelona style of football is working at Manchester City.


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