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NYCFC have had a good run of late, 5-0-0 at home on the season, and second in the league thru 12 games. But no good season can happen without some controversy or hiccups. A few weeks ago it was the talk of a new stadium, and this week it’s Patrick Vieira and David Villa that …

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Back in October I spoke about NYCFC’s quest for a stadium, and at the time the focus was on Elmont, and how we all hoped it wouldn’t end up there. Well yesterday, thanks to a story from YIMBY, we got some unconfirmed news of a possible stadium coming to The Bronx. The stadium project, which would …

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In the past, I talked about how I would listen to sports talk radio on my way to/from work. But with Hahn and Humpty first taking a turn towards the terrible (before the inevitable split up) and them knocking Le Batard off NYC radio, I turned to another option to fill my drive time: Podcasts. …

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Sunday I went out to Yankee Stadium and sat in the Legends section for a thrilling match between Hudson River rivals of NYCFC and the Red Bulls from New Jersey. The match was a full out fight, with both teams trading goals and the lead, before FC Captain David Villa finished off his first MLS …

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Hulu has officially launched their live TV streaming service, and when I make the cord-cutting switch, they are the way I’m gonna go. The price is $40, which compares to other companies offers of $35 but also includes Hulu’s library, so if you’re already paying $8 a month, it’s only a $32 add-on. The service comes with …

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Yesterday I went to watch NYCFC vs Orlando City at Yankee Stadium, as Cyle Larin scored two with an answer from David Villa and a 2-1 loss. I sat front row in Legends, and as an early attendance gift got a chance to greet the Starting XI as they finished practice. The weather was beautiful, and …

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NYCFC kicks off their third season on Sunday, following a season in which they finished second in the Eastern Conference, and had an off-season which saw the departure of Frank Lampard and (finally) Mix Diskerud. But with a new season comes new promise, as 5’3″ Maxi Moralez takes Lampard’s DP slot, Sean Johnson takes up …

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