The Cosmos haven’t been impressive as of late. Maybe it’s best to look at what other teams are doing?
A trio of Edmonton players made the Week 8 edition of the NASL Team of the Week. Nothing else came from the Eddies this week.
Forward Eamon Zayed was given the NASL Play of the Week after his stunning header in stoppage time to secure victory for Indy.
Midfielder Sinisa Ubiparipovic announced it was time to hang the boots this week. The veteran has played 11 seasons with teams such as the New York Red Bulls and the Montreal Impact.
Jacksonville Armada FC
Armada coach Mark Lowry explains his coaching philosophy in this edition of Inside the NASL. Lowry notes that his time with Manchester City’s youth academy really helped him become the coach he is today.
Nothing new out of Miami for a change. They just keep winning, so I guess they don’t really need anything new.
North Carolina FC
Young George Acosta was named to the United States U-17 Team that will be represented in the FIFA U-17 World Cup in India. NCFC just keeps producing youth talent.
Puerto Rico FC
NBA star and owner of PRFC Carmelo Anthony launched a campaign to aid those affected by the devastation of Hurricane Irma and Maria. According to the New York Post, Anthony wants to raise $1 million for efforts going towards Puerto Rico.
San Francisco Deltas
San Francisco’s Devon Sandoval earned the NASL Player of the Week by tallying two goals and an assist.
The Midfield Press did an interesting piece on potential expansion for the NASL, NISA and the USL. It’s a lot of reading, but it features some great information.