Opinion articles on NYCFC, MLS, and soccer as a whole
OPINION: Domé Torrent’s reason for leaving NYCFC is kinda bull****
The Domé Era had its ups and downs. But the way it ended was foolish
Five potential DP signings NYCFC could make this summer
This summer will see many marquee players be out of contract. Here’s five that NYCFC should consider pursuing.
Signing Lionel Messi could be tipping point in NYCFC Stadium saga
The arrival of a living legend could be the bargaining chip City needs to finally get a home of their own
Taty Castellanos must develop his ability with left foot to be viable striker
NYCFC’s Argentinian striker has all the potential in the world. But to reach his peak, he must become less one-footed.
Why James Sands should replace Alex Callens against Inter Miami
With the Peruvian center back out due to yellow card accumulation, the Homegrown Sands should be given the nod at center back against MLS’s newest club.
Refs denied NYCFC of two goals against D.C. United
Two botched handball calls were a significant factor in City’s scoreless draw against the Black-and-Reds
Should New York City FC and the XFL’s New York Guardians pursue a joint stadium deal?
The New York metropolitan area will be getting a new team next Spring. Could this be beneficial to the Boys in Blue’s stadium search?
Did NYCFC have a case for a late penalty against Toronto?
Castellanos and Mavinga’s clash at the death of NYCFC and Toronto’s 1-1 draw is maing headlines. Were City right to disagree with the ultimate decision?
Two changes that NYCFC must make now
Here’s what the Blues should do in order to keep up with the big boys at the top of the table
#DoméIn? Reevaluating the polarizing NYCFC manager
Is the Catalan manager deserving of a second chance from supporters?
Was Ofori’s “offence” worthy of a red card?
We take everything into account and evaluate Ebe’s sending off
Rumors around David Villa and Jesus Medina spells opportunity for NYCFC
Whispers regarding Villa’s retirement and Medina’s transfer aren’t as bad as one would think
NYCFC’s Youth Movement
Despite having an Academy that is still a few years away from producing the club’s first ever Homegrown Player, NYCFC is still finding ways to develop a young core for sustained success.
Bedoya, Davies moves show that Philly is for real
We knew this 2016 version of the Union was far stronger at the back. Now, they're poised to dump more goals and make a serious run at the Eastern Conference title.
Is Jesse Marsch Better at Coaching or Whining?
The People agree: Jesse Marsch is a good coach... but he's a once-in-a-lifetime complainer.
90 Minutes of Pirlo Does Not Equal 90 Minutes of Party
How much longer can the team absorb his defensive deficiencies?
On Draws that Feel Like Losses
An even scoreline is always worth a point. But not every draw feels the same.
Keep Calm and Stop Booing
At best, booing is counterproductive. At worst, it risks inaugurating a toxic fan culture.
Frank Lampard STILL doesn't get it.
The embattled DP really thinks that fans booed him on Saturday because he got hurt. He's completely, entirely wrong.
Eirik Johansen will start more games than Saunders
Despite just signing a shiny new contract extension, 2016 could see Saunders supplanted by young incumbent Eirik Johansen in goal this season.