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Scout the NASL: Nov. 27 - Dec. 3

Your weekly analysis of the NASL

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The NASL is still alive and that means that Scout the NASL is still going strong too. It’s the second week that new teams California United FC and 1904 FC will be joining the series. Enjoy!

1904 FC

Representatives of the new club announced they have plans of a new stadium called El Corazon to open by 2019. The stadium is expected to hold 10,000 people.

Sports Illustrated did an interesting piece that tried to decide if the name “1904” from the San Diego club came from one of Will Ferrell’s movies.

Cal United FC

Nothing new from Cal United. It is looking like they are starting to launch their new club website, but it has nothing on it so far.

Indy Eleven

The Indy Eleven were not named finalists for the upcoming MLS expansion. 93.1 FM WIBC notes that stadium issues could have been a reason why.

Jacksonville Armada FC

Midfielder Tony Taylor expresses his excitement for the upcoming World Cup in Russia after Panama had qualified against Costa Rica.

Miami FC

Miami did a complete review of their midfield and defense from this past season.

Puerto Rico FC

Orlando City defeated PRFC by a score of 6-1 in their friendly match. Orlando Sentinel notes how the friendly helped the morale of both teams involved.

Interesting Read

Chapecoense qualified for the Copa Libertadores a year after tragedy hit the club. Amazing to see how the Brazilian club has shown why soccer is the most beautiful sport in the world.

A.C. Milan are having it really rough in the Serie A this season. Benevento keeper Alberto Brignoli scored in stoppage time to take 2 points away from the Rossoneri.

Forbes did an interesting article on the United States National Team.

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