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street footie VS. Steel Pulse Post Match

1 year ago
Updated 1 year ago

street footie Football Club went up against a familiar opposition in newly acquired Maryland Bobcats side Steel Pulse on January 29 for the Quarterfinal of the Rowland Cup 2023. The Rowland Cup prides itself on being the oldest open cup competition in Maryland, with Sons of St. George being the first to lift the trophy in 1914.

Match Preview
2 years ago

Watch Steel Pulse vs. street footie First Meeting

Wintery Breeze

Next Match: street footie vs. Maryland Old Boys on Friday, February 3 at 21: 30 EST.

A wintery breeze bestowed the atmosphere as approximately 40 stood in anticipation of what had brewed up as the day’s match. The last time street footie and Steel Pulse met, a humbling eleven-nil thriller settled the difference for a young Orange Army that had just graduated from the Mason Dixon Soccer League.

Delight of the Fans

With the ball in play, neither side would show any chills for the beginning interval of the match. As to the delight of the fans, few remnants of a previous meeting between the two sides were present as a disciplined game plan saw street footie hold Maryland giants and newly acquired Maryland Bobcats Steel Pulse to a near standstill for almost forty minutes in the match.

Course of the Game

It would only be a freekick awarded to Steel Pulse on the top of the eighteen-yard box that the course of the game would change. Out of sorts but not devoid of action, the Orange Army pushed on as the match turned into a crowded spectacle. Scenes of flair would soon befall the game, only for street footie to let Steel Pulse leave a dent in the net, allowing them two more goals before the break.

Excitment untill the final Whistle

The second half would carry on as the first, with the match producing excitement until the final whistle but resulting in a goalless. Nevertheless, note-keepers will remember to jot down debutants in the Rowland Cup Quarterfinals as the entirety of the street footie quad, with special recognition to their teen entrants.

Rowland Cup Quaterfinal Debutats

Ayala Brandon, Cabrera Melvin M, Cueto Jerry, Dei Alfred H, Duran Boris, Gakpara Michel, George Leroy, Hastenreter Flavio, Martinez Juan, Patawakre Patataki, Richard Efosa, Valenzuela Rodrigo,

Dike Kenneth, Wilson Wilmon, Ndingsa Yonnas, Cruz Luis Lc, Hurtado Sebastian,

Quick Catch-up

In a quick catch-up after the match, manager Nelson Mwanza said:

“It’s never easy losing a game, but they’re definitely some positives to take away from it.”

“We have certainly come a long way since we last played these guys, but the result clearly reflects that we are yet to achieve the standards we expect at the club.”

“The squad is young, and giving them a chance to play agent this sort of competition is exactly what they need for their development as the club looks to strengthen its foundation.”

street footie FC is Now on Discord – Join Our Community

street footie’s official Discord server is live, and right now, players and fans are talking about the club in real-time all over the globe.

Our Discord community allows our fans to bond and share love their love for the club. We are always searching for creative ways to interact with you, street footie FC fans. With Discord, fans can connect and engage with each other in real time, daily, or whenever they choose.

Bond of Discord

Our Discord community allows our fans to bond and share love their love for the club. We are always searching for creative ways to interact with you, street footie FC fans. With Discord, fans can connect and engage with each other in real time, daily, or whenever they choose.

Connecting Enthusiasts

The street footie FC enthusiasts can now connect and engage through Discord, a framework built to foster the growth of our soccer community by linking like-minded fans to chat about soccer, meet new friends, and get ahead of the latest products, offers, and deals the club is launching.

Join us on Discord today, so you don’t miss out.

“To fuel the passion of the beautiful game.”

Watch street footie vs Frederick Kings Replay

Contested for the Duration

street footie faced United Premier Soccer League side Fredrick Kings in a fixture took back the clock but was remnant of their previous meeting, and while the friendly factor came to play, the game remained contested for its duration. Just five months ago, the Orange Army played their first eleven-aside match with Fredrick kings their opposition. street footie and Fredrick Kings have matured from their amateur ranks, making their stamp on semi pro-football Fall 2022.

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street footie VS. Steel Pulse Post Match

street footie Football Club went up against a familiar opposition…