Nippert stadium deserved to go out with a massive soccer celebration, but reality bites for FC Cincinnati whose going-away party was spoiled by Kansas City.
A surprise victory over Columbus was followed by a dud against the league’s worst team, making FCC’s final four matches “must win” games.
The condensed post-MLS Is Back regular season schedule combined with a crumbling roster appears to have finally broken FC Cincinnati. Home matches tonight and Sunday offer opportunities to get back on track.
The 20-year-old Argentinian has finally been cleared to play and could become the face of the FC Cincinnati franchise in the next few years.
Time is running out for Jurgen Locadia, Yuya Kobo, and Siem de Jong to score goals and boost FC Cincinnati’s playoff chances.
FC Cincinnati pulled off its first win in nearly two months versus the New York Red Bulls. Tonight’s game against Philadelphia kicks off a brutal stretch of top-notch opponents.
FC Cincinnati’s “defense first” approach hasn’t kept them competitive, so Jaap Stam changed things up against New York City FC.
Have FC Cincinnati made any progress since their heart-warming knockout stage run at the MLS Is Back tournament? Yes and no.
Return games this week against Chicago and Columbus provide a chance for FC Cincinnati to finally get striker Jurgen Locadio going.
Will a visit from the first-place Columbus Crew this weekend shake off FC Cincinnati's cobwebs and rust? We'll find out Saturday.