FCC needs to learn to close out games they’re leading. Saturday night’s visitors, Inter Miami, should provide another opportunity.
Some of the 13 newcomers have become roster stalwarts, while others are yet to make their mark. Just how well has FCC done with evaluating and signing talent?
An unremarkable but competent goalless draw against Montreal keeps FCC winless at the new stadium and stuck in a rut.
GM Gerard Nijkamp’s departure, described as a “mutual” decision, opens the door for fresh thinking on how to build a winning FCC roster.
FCC has five matches this month against teams above them in the Eastern Conference standings, including tonight in New York.
It’s true that FCC was rushed into the league, but the franchise’s terrible on-field results can’t simply be blamed on a decision made in 2018.
Was the gut-wrenching loss at Montreal a one-off mistake or a sign of things to come? Two matches in the next four days will provide the answer.
FCC’s inability to put away their biggest rivals at a buzzing TQL Stadium could haunt them if they let it. Or they could bounce back at Montreal.
Coming off a successful road trip, FCC hosts the rival Columbus Crew Friday night for the first time in 2021, with a real chance for points.
FCC breaks through on the road against Chicago and Toronto for much-needed wins and is actually approaching playoff contention.