Even if they all played the other day, Hartford still would have won. Then again, they're in their 60's and 70's.Oh no, who could forget ole American-Romanian Erhardt or keeper Shep Messing? Ah, the boys of dilapidated Downing Stadium ... just not beaming in to minor league Cosmos B’s universe
Against an NPSL team from a league one level down, a USL team should win most times the ball is kicked into action. Of course, Cosmos B suits up Pele, Chinaglia, Beckenbauer, et al. Correct Zoo? I jest!
Given Cosmos B or whatever played Hartford, purportedly dominating the run of play is nice. Still managing to lose to apparently the worst of the USL’s bottom feeders, not so nice for the NPSL’s royalty and allegedly one of its’ best teams. USL carp v NPSL king of the mountain?NPSL Cosmos are still getting better attendance than most USL teams. I saw a comment somewhere else that the Cosmos dominated the run of play.
Yup @Waquoit , even the initially not so successful light blue, white and black Penguins sold out in trying to attract more one-time Steel city support. On the other hand, the current NPSL franchise exhibits some independence or Tony Dorsett-era Pitt affinity sporting royal blue and yellowish gold. Kudos, or not so in borrowing Tottenham’s Hotspurs team name.Pittsburgh pro teams all wear the black and gold.
I actually thought it was a bit of an upset given how pathetic HA has been. NPSL is not on the same level as USL so it’s a somewhat natural result.Given Cosmos B or whatever played Hartford, purportedly dominating the run of play is nice. Still managing to lose to apparently the worst of the USL’s bottom feeders, not so nice for the NPSL’s royalty and allegedly one of its’ best teams. USL carp v NPSL king of the mountain?
So weak. And obtuse. There is no major rugby club that shares any affiliation (or colors in the same city) with any major soccer or cricket club. Wikipedia.com.Other than the rugby and cricket clubs that are owned by soccer clubs? I have no idea. I think your brain is on drugs.