Casa Soccer League / Local / Local Leagues

CASA Soccer League: Matchweek 6

Photo courtesy CASA Soccer League

The CASA Soccer League is the Delaware Valley’s largest amateur soccer league.

As part of our coverage of local soccer, we’ll be featuring match reports from games played in CASA’s top six divisions. This week’s reports cover the games played throughout the 6th matchweek of CASA’s Fall season.

Thanks to CASA’s president, Nolan Bair, and his writing team across all divisions for compiling the match reports and to PSP’s Paul Catrino Jr. for coordinating.

 

Primera Division

Reporting by: Charlie Shea
FC SouthHouse 3 – 2 Icarus FC
FC SouthHouse kept up their winning ways with a 3-2 win over Icarus FC in a Thursday, midweek fixture. Finn Reese scored a brace and was MOTM. “The game went exactly as I’d hoped,” said SouthHouse captain John Trueman. “Icarus are historically a team we drop points to, so my guys made sure we were physically and mentally prepared for the match.”
FCS: Reese (2), Ryan
IFC: Robinson, Own Goal

YTP FC 3 – 1 Stoney United

YTP made it 2 wins from 3 with a 3-1 victory over Stoney United. Dan Trodden scored for YTP and was MOTM. “It was a good game,” said YTP captain Giancarlo Granese. Tied 1-1 early, YTP scored shortly before the half to go 2-1 up, then scored again on the counter in the 2nd half to seal the win. “They’re a solid team,” said Stoney United captain Evan Carabelli, “well organized, tough to break down, and they’re dangerous on the counter.” For Stoney, it’s slow starts to the game that set them back. “We’ve conceded in the first 10 minutes each of the last 3 games,” said Carabelli. “In Primera you need to play 90 good minutes.” YTP will play Vidas United next week, while Stoney United will play FC Tigre.

YTPFC: Trodden, Ryan, Lodge

SU: Cassaleta

 

South Philly United 0 – 6 FC SouthHouse

FC SouthHouse made it 2 wins in 3 days with a weekend 6-0 thrashing over South Philly United. Finn Reese was MOTM again, this time scoring a hat-trick to add to his Thursday brace. “His finishing is like clockwork”, said captain John Trueman. “He’s got ice running through his veins colder than a beer during Oktoberfest.” Reese doesn’t do it alone though, and much credit has to go to a SouthHouse midfield that’s “really starting to gel, and transform us into so much more than a typical kick and run men’s league team.” The result sees FC SouthHouse keep pace at the top of the table, while South Philly slump into 8th. SouthHouse will look to keep it going against bottom side Philadelphia Heritage, while South Philly have another tough fixture with top of the table FC Misconduct.

FCS: Robinson, Sommer (2), Reese (3)

Philadelphia Corinthians FC 2 – 3 FC Tigre

FC Tigre won a dramatic weekend fixture, scoring on the last kick of the game to beat Philadelphia Corinthians 3-2. Dante Varotsis scored a brace, including the matchwinner, in a MOTM performance. “Fair play to them. They found a way to win,” said Corinthians captain Sam Vale. What was a close game throughout came down to the last minute, where a corner cleared to the top of the box was struck goalward, eventually finding its way across the line. “The ball had eyes,” said Vale. For FC Tigre, its a result that sees them stay on 10pts, solidly midtable. They’ll play Stoney United next week. For Corinthians, its their third loss in a row. They’ll look to rebound against Icarus FC. “They beat us last year in the Kelly Cup so we’re looking forward to it as a revenge game, we’re fired up,” said Vale.

PCFC: Underwood, Newell / Yellow: Kancyzski, Othman, Underwood

FCT: Varotsis (2), McLarney / Yellow: Kuups, McFadden

Icarus FC 4 – 2 Philadelphia Heritage SC

Icarus FC won a hotly contested 4-2 game over the weekend against Philadelphia Heritage SC, in a battle of bottom table sides who desperately needed points. Daniel Smyth was MOTM with a brace. For Heritage, who were up 2-0 going into the 60th minute, it was a heartbreaking loss. “We’ve got to work on our mentality and our mental stamina in the last 30,” said captain Ryan Pereus. With 7 yellow cards for Heritage, including the majority given in the last 20 minutes, their frustration was clear. For Icarus, this was a welcome win on the rebound from a midweek loss to FC SouthHouse. They climb up to 6pts, while Heritage still rest on 1pt. Icarus will look to play Philadelphia Corinthians FC next week while Heritage will have a tough test with unbeaten FC SouthHouse.

IFC: D. Smyth (2), K. Smyth, Buterwice Yellow: Kosoko

PHSC: Abbonizio, Abdullah / Yellow: Gonzalez, Richter, Aguirre, Sexton, Edgar, Romero, Bourlako

Vidas United 0 – 5 FC Misconduct

FC Misconduct showed why they’re top of the table with a dominic 5 goal victory over Vidas United. Alec Golini was MOTM scoring twice in the 5-0 clean sheet victory. “I think this week was our most complete victory from start to finish,” said Misconduct star Blake Fink. Its not just Misconduct’s potent attack going forward (they average over 4 goals/game), Misconduct also have the stingiest defense in the Primera, conceding only 3 times through their first 5 games. “The key is communication,” said Fink. “We have vocal leaders between our keeper, our back line, and our midfield core.” For Vidas captain Nolan Bair, “Misconduct is a strong side and we didn’t turn up today… We’ll be back next weekend”. Vidas will have the strong YTP FC next week, the last two fixtures between these teams were 4-3 and 3-3 so goals are being forecasted, while FC Misconduct will try to keep it going against “old time rivals” South Philly United.

FCM: Golini (2), Allers, Fink, McCrubber

Segunda Division

Reporting by: Charlie Shea
SMK 4 – 1 Cracovia
SMK showed why they’re top of the table with a ‘taking care of business’ 4-1 win over Cracovia this weekend. “They’re a good team,” said Cracovia captain Eryk Tylek. “They pass the ball well and they spread your defense wide with their passes to the outside.” The game was a 3-1 at half, both teams scoring a penalty, and SMK scored another in the second half to put the game to bed. It could’ve been more though. “Our goalie,” said Tylek, “made at least 5 goal saving stops, so he definitely kept us in the game.” Jesse Weick scored a brace and was MOTM. SMK will look to keep their dominance going with a game against Hunting Park United, while Cracovia will try for a result against Bluestars FC.
SMK: Weick (2), Clauss, Williams
Cracovia: Tylek

Renob CF 0 -1 Barenjager SC  

Barenjager SC got 3 much needed points in a 1-0 upset victory over Renob CF this weekend. By all accounts, it was an ugly game. “It was a 1-0 game that probably should’ve been 4-3 if either team could finish easy chances,” said Barenjager captain Ryan Prinz. “Would not want to rewatch highlights from this game, or show anyone interested in the level of CASA.” As a wise man once said, however, it is a results-oriented business! From the Renob perspective, it was a disappointing result. Shorthanded, as they have been for much of the season, they didn’t finish their chances and were punished for it. “When you’re short on subs you’ve got to capitalize on your chances and unfortunately we did not this week,” said captain Brandon Rodriguez. Renob will have to try and bounce back against the surging Drexel Shaft, while Barenjager will try to keep it going against Bluestars FC.

Loose Cannons FC 1 – 6 Drexel Shaft

Drexel Shaft ran away with this one over the weekend, beating Loose Cannons FC 6-1. Maxwell Martine scored a brace and was MOTM. In the words of Loose Cannons captain JP Hash, “Basically just a track meet and we couldn’t keep up with the young bucks.” This made 5 wins in 5 for Drexel Shaft who are tied with SMK on points at the top of the table, but find themselves behind on goal differential. Loose Cannons sit on a respectable 9pts in the midtable. Drexel will play Renob CF next week, while Loose Cannons will play the struggling Rum Ham FC.

LCFC: DiAmico

DS: Bah, Olawin, Martine (2), Vasserman, Olmula

Hunting Park United 3 – 2 Glenside Celtic Rovers

In what was surely a riveting game, Hunting Park United won 3-2 over Glenside Celtic Rovers. Al Hassane Fall scored twice and was MOTM for Hunting Park. For Glenside, its a really tough loss. They’ve lost their last 3 games by scorelines of 3-4, 4-5, and now this 2-3 defeat. Sitting in third-to-bottom, Glenside have a goal differential of 0, better than the next 4 teams above them in the table. They’ll look to have a result go their way next week against a beatable FC Bobert Munich, while Hunting Park have to play top of the table SMK.

HPU: Fall (2), Gallagher / Yellow: Gallagher

GCR: Goodfellow, Ibarro

FC Bobert Munich 0 – 1 Philly Striker Team Jamaica

Philly Striker Team Jamaica got their second win of the season in a taut 1-0 over FC Bobert Munich. Facui scored for PSTJ and was MOTM. “Such a tough loss,” said Bobert Munich skipper Chris Galvin. “We held them defensively… We just couldn’t find a way in the back of the net.” Both teams sit side by side on 6pts. Philly Striker Team will look for more points against Barenjager SC, while FC Bobert Munich will look for a result against Glenside Celtic Rovers.

PSTJ: Facui / Yellows: Davis, Sawyers

Rum Ham FC 2 – 3 Bluestars FC  

Bluestars FC got some much-needed points in a battle of bottom table sides, beating Rum Ham FC 3-2 in a close one. Bluestars went up 2-0, but a plucky Rum Ham clawed their way back, equalizing 2-2. In the end Bluestar’s Erikson Tuazama “beat the offside trap and showed great composure to take it round the keeper for his second goal of the game”, in the words of Bluestar captain Aaron Bartels. “He was MOTM for me.” For Rum Ham, its a brutal loss that sees them languishing on 0pts. “As with many of our games, we start off porrly and don’t get going until the second half.” Rum Ham will have to try for a hot start next week against Loose Cannons FC, while Bluestars will look for a result against Cracovia.

Reporting by: Romeo Julmiste
Rose Tree Gunners FC 7-0 Mark Wahlberg’s Cousins FC
Over the course of the past month and a half a few things have been certain; masks are consistently worn in order to gain entry into many establishments, pumpkin spice has returned in full force to mark the season, and Rose Tree Gunners FC collecting three points. The Gunners bombarded the Cousins with seven goals and a brick wall defense which saw the men in red and white grab their second straight clean sheet. The Cousins team are a scrappy and tenacious side but it was clear that they could not handle the onslaught that had beseeched them. A total of five goals in the second half by Rose Tree put massive daylight between themselves and the Cousins in the game and the rest of the division in terms of goal difference. MWC FC will go into week seven in a relegation dogfight with last place SC Corinthians. Rose Tree’s opponents in week seven, Upper Darby FC, will be working hard to make sure that the score line in this game is not foreshadowing for the Gunners record at the coming weekend. That will most certainly be a first and third matchup that will draw plenty of intrigue.
RTG FC: Goals- T. Babin, D. Bettenhausen, G. Charlambidis, M. Diarra, D. Giovanopoulos, B. Haseltine (2)
Berber United 5-1 Brothers of the Gourd FC
At the glorious turf field at YSC in Wayne, PA a massive playoff clash took place that ended up being a lot more lopsided than was anticipated. The Brothers squad, being fully rested, looked to go into the game with the incentive that a win would see them firmly cement their current playoff spot in a division that has proven to be extremely tight so far this season. That ultimately was not the case for the BotG as Berber United ran away with the match, leaving the Brothers shell shocked. Berber were all over the pitch, with great speed, technical ability, and finishing that the Brothers found immensely difficult to handle. Braces by Smail Azizi and Kamal Babou propelled Berber into claiming a second playoff scalp in as many weeks. Berber United jump up into second place but are now five points off the leaders, RTG FC. Brothers of the Gourd remain in the playoff spots in fifth place with only goal difference keeping them there. The Brothers will have a huge battle ahead as they fight the team directly behind them, Oaklyn United. Berber United will look to close the gap on the promotion leaders as they face fourth place Lost FC.

BU: Goals- S. Azizi (2), K. Babou (2), R. Chaffa

BotG: Goals- X. O’Conner
Rowan Club Soccer 2-1 SC Corinthians
In the early afternoon matchup, Corinthians came into this game perhaps still feeling aggrieved that they lost a close one to the current division leaders yet determined to reverse their fortunes and seek to snag points from another league debutant. Both Rowan CS and Corinthians have been examples of the expected growing pains that tend to befall new squads, so a victory for either one would certainly help to build the confidence and good fortune that has been missing this season. Ultimately, Rowan were the squad that took advantage.
Despite continuous struggles of fielding their strongest players, Corinthians controlled a lot of the possession in the first half and were able to tuck away a penalty by attacker Nicholas Bal. The second half began with Rowan quickly on the front foot, determined to keep Corinthians under sustained pressure. Rowan got their reward as they tied the game up off a top quality free kick. Both teams continued to press on, neither wanting the match to end honors even and Rowan delivered the fatal blow as they forced a turnover by the Corinthians goal scorer, charged up the other end and finished the move off a goal from stunning cross out wide. SC Corinthians continue to be disappointed as their roster struggles and bevy of missed chances played against them in a game that they once again thought they could have secured points. Rowan on the other hand jump out of the relegation zone, finally grabbing their first ever win in the league. They will look to make it two in a row as they take Rebels. Corinthians will try to claw their way out of the foot of the table as they take on Mark Wahlberg’s Cousins.

RCS: Goals- J. Fernandez, D. Lim / Yellow: D. Lim, C. Maslag

SCC: Goals- N. Bal (pen) / Yellow: B. Groot, D. Smith
Rebels 1-3 Oaklyn United FC
Halfway through the season the battles get fiercer with each passing fixture; and the mid afternoon matchup between Rebels and Oaklyn United had ferocity written all over. Despite quite a few early chances to go ahead, the Lions grabbed a goal in the middle of the first half off a precise cross and powerful header. On the other side of the break the Lions continued their goal scoring from a lightning counter attack from a Rebels corner kick which was clinically slotted away by Tyler Hickman, his first in a brace notched on the day. Rebels were able to get a goal back before the end of the game but it was merely a consolation.
The Lions find themselves in mid table but well within striking distance of the playoff spots. True to their nickname, Oaklyn United seemed poised and ready to pounce as they look to secure more points and goals to help their potential playoff push as they sit in sixth place. Rebels now need to fight their way out of the bottom two after the loss. They look to reverse their fortunes and grab three points as they face Rowan CS in week seven. Oaklyn go into the next round of fixtures in a barnstormer of a brunch time battle against Brothers of the Gourd FC as they can jump over the Brothers into the final playoff spot that Brothers of the Gourd currently occupy.

Rebels: Goals- Anteiano

OUFC: Goals- T. Hickman (2), Scull
Upper Darby FC 2-4 Lost FC
Having lost the previous weekend, Upper Darby FC were looking to get back to winning ways against a Lost FC side who were feeling confident from their victory the previous week. Ironically, Lost did not live up to their name as they won against Upper Darby in a classic tale of two halves. UDFC scored their two goals in the first half and were completely dominant; passing through their opponents with ease and creating many chances. There was no doubt that Upper Darby had Lost on the ropes. The second half told a different story entirely as a tiring UDFC could not keep up the potent attacking play that they in the first and slowly allowed Lost to grow into the game.
Four unanswered goals led by a brace by Francois D’Elia upset the normally prolific Upper Darby squad and force them to suffer their second straight loss of the season. They do however maintain their current playoff position while the big win for Lost jump them into the elite spots sitting right behind Upper Darby. Lost will look to make it three in a row against surging Berber United who are in second place. Third place Upper Darby will look to avoid three losses in a row and upset the apple cart as they take on undefeated Rose Tree Gunners.

UDFC: Goals- A. Corneh, P. Marshall

LFC: Goals- J. Altland, J. Sprague, F. D’Elia (2)
Reporting by: Romeo Julmiste
Vidas FC 3-5 Club Sandwich
Despite high expectations for Vidas FC at the beginning of the season, Club Sandwich faced the men in black and white and put a serious dent in the title aspirations of the squad that was at the top of the table only a few weeks prior. A back and forth affair from two high powered squads led to an eight goal melee that saw the Club Sandwich side deliver a top five shake up early in the day. A brace by Sandwich player Anthony Youssef proved to be the difference in the ninety minutes. With a key three points secured, Club Sandwich find themselves in the playoff picture in fourth place. The loss of course for Vidas means that they are out of the top spots but will certainly look to keep their composure as they go into week seven with a midweek matchup against Devon SC and a date on Saturday with newcomers Dead Ball SC.
VFC: Goals- T. D’Ginto, T. Elwood, A. Slama
CS: Goals- A. Brown, J. Ruzycki, A. Youssef (2), guest / Yellow: A. Youssef
University City FC 5-2 Devon SC
The second breakfast matchup in the division saw another game with a deluge of goal scoring with University City shipping home the most against an embattled Devon SC side. Patience has been the name of the game for the newcomers in red and black as they have quietly made their case in an extremely tight playoff race. A hattrick and a brace were all University City needed to grab three points in this game. Devon SC has continued to remain diligent and scrappy but the loss sees them sitting right above the drop zone in eighth place, albeit six points clear of the two teams at the bottom who have yet to win a game. Devon SC will have a tough task trying to create the necessary daylight to avoid a relegation dogfight as they go into week seven with two games in four days, one of those games being against the current league leaders.
UCFC: Goals- Romero (2), Saida (3)
DSC: N. Laganelli, Yaa
Dead Ball SC 6-2 Fishtown FC
In a battle of the new squads in the Cuarto, Dead Ball ran away the winners in this matchup which saw them score the most goals in the division on the day. Normally a strong defensive side, Dead Ball showcased their goal scoring early and often against a Fishtown side that have been known so far for their prolific attacking talent. The win for Dead Ball did well to give themselves more confidence going into the next match week as they take on fourth place Vidas FC. The current mid table squad will definitely feel they have a shot for the playoff spots in that game as it is only a two point difference. The men in green and black of Fishtown perhaps weren’t expecting to allow the number of goals that they did in this game, but one theme that has been consistent for Fishtown has been that wherever they are, there are goals to be had, whether it be them doing the scoring or the conceding. At least two goals accompany the Trouts in every game they have played so far this season. Week seven they will hoping to get back to winning ways as they face a massive second versus third clash against Sunbears FC.
DBSC: Goals- Mukhtorov (2), G. Scheirer, M. Schoenblum, J. Staudenmeyer
FFC: Goals- C. Banks, T. Doaty
Philly Falcons 0-4 Sunbears FC
In keeping up with the theme of the day, Sunbears decided to also get into the goal-scoring action as the winners of each game have scored no less than four goals. Their opponents, Philly Falcons have yet to win a game and their woes unfortunately continue against the side that now sits in second place from the blowout win. A brace from Katai of Sunbears and their defensive consistency notches them another clean sheet in their title challenge. Their top notch defending so far this season will seriously be tested at the coming weekend as they take on none other than the Trouts of Fishtown FC who are the division leading goal scorers for a colossal top five battle. Philly Falcons for another week find themselves trapped in the relegation zone as the dread of the drop slowly looms large. Huge strokes of luck as well as a complete overall may be the only option for a squad desperately lacking in positive results. Perhaps that may occur for them as engage in a battle of the bottom as they take on fellow relegation zone side UCFC who also have no wins.
SFC: Goals- A. Amer, K. Hoxha, J. Kutai (2)

Quinto Division

Reporting by: Michael McKinney
Philly Skyliners FC 2 -1 New Wave FC
Unbeaten in their last 4 games, Philly Skyliners FC headed into their game against a struggling New Wave FC team who were coming off their first loss of the season. Skyliners came out with a high press and New Wave sat back and controlled the ball in the midfield. Just before the 40th minute New Wave FC open up the scoring with a poachers goal from Forsakang. Skyliners respond quickly with 2 goals of their own in quick succession. Philly would park the bus the rest of the way and absorb the attack in the final third from a desperate New Wave FC who threw numbers forward, sometimes leaving the defense in a hard place. In the end Philly Skyliners FC escape with the win and move up to 2nd place. The loss slides New Wave FC down to 4th as they look to regroup and right the ship going into week 7.
Goals: 39th minute: New Wave #90 K. Forsakang 45th min: Skyliners #6 M. Gallagher, 46th minute: # 12 McAvinue Yellow Cards: N/A Red Cards: N/A
Inter Phila 3 – 3 Portugoal
Inter Phila continued their improvment throughout the season against a rather unlucky Portugoal side. Since their week 1 loss to New Wave FC, Portugoal have managed to draw each of their opponents. Regardless if they were top tier or basement dwellers in the standings, Portugoal found a way to crush their opponents souls by finding ways to come back when they were behind yet find themselves lacking in ability to grab all three points late in the game. Even a hat trick from Rocaj wasn’t enough for Portugoal to get their first win as they remain mid table in 6th place and Inter Phila occupy 8th place respectively.

Goals; Inter Phila: #9 Toma (2 goals), #27 Mindru Portugoal: #14 Rocaj (3 goals)

Yellow Cards: Inter Phila: #8 Boldyshev- unsporting behavior

Drexel Hill Elite FC 7 – 2 Mighty Mutts

1st place Drexel Hill Elite FC got back to their winning ways when they took on a 8th place Mighty Mutts team that have been stuck in the bottom of the standings all season. Drexel Hill continue to show why they are the most dangerous team in the league when it comes to creating and finishing chances in and around the 18yd box. A brace from Herron wasnt nearly enough to lift the Mutts to their 2nd win as Drexel Hill put 7 in against the Mutts. The win keeps Drexel Hill Elite FC in 1st place and drops Mighty Mutts into last place.

Drexel Hill – GOALS – (Bility 2 goals)( Kamara) (Teye) (Donzo) (Barberan) (Nmah)

Mighty Mutts – GOALS- (Herron-2 goals)

Oaklyn United Academy 6 – 1 Philadelphia Spartans

With both teams coming off week 5 wins, Oaklyn United Academy and Philadelphia Spartans squared off in the late game with both teams looking to build off their recent good form. Unfortunately for the Spartans they seem to have a mantra of “roster many, expect few” as they started and ended another game with just 10 players. Unable to fully take advantage of the man advantage that they were gifted, OUA only managed to grab a 1-0 lead going into the half. The Spartans, tired legs and all, tried their best to keep it competitive, but as to be expected they started to unravel. Sensing their chance, OUA took full advantage of the over matched Spartans as they dropped another 5 on them in the 2nd half. Spartans did manage to play spoiler for the clean sheet as they net a meaningless but still well earned goal in the 2nd half. Oaklyn United Academy take 3 points and keep their spot in the top 3 as they stay in 3rd place while the exhausted Philadelphia Spartans take up in 5th place.

Goals: Team Spartans – #11 – Klose Team Oaklyn – #33 – Micheal Carmody, #10 (2) – Brian Pease, #4 – Stuart Sheppard, #88 – John Adcock, #8 – Matt Pastore / Yellow Cards: Team Spartans – None

Team Oaklyn – #10 Brian Pease – Unsporting Conduct – Delaying the restart

Grape Train FC 2 – 0 Illyrians

Subs. Subs. Subs. It is amazing how productive a team can be when they aren’t playing iron man style soccer. Your midfield can actually press AND recover. While both teams shared an equal amount of possession, Grape Train FC and their strikers were able to create more lucrative chances. That goes without saying that if you give Illyrians any clear path to goal, they will pounce. GTFC goalie and part time wall Tyler Macintyre, put in a stellar performance with double digit saves being credited to him. The clean sheet and first win of the season only manages to get Grape Train FC into 9th place while the loss has Illyrians sitting in 7th place.

Goals: Grape Train (Huber-2)

Yellow Cards: Illyrians (Ibraham)
Reporting by: Michael McKinney
Telle Bouche FC 2 – 1 Boys Do Cry
Boys Do Cry have been dispatching teams left and right and playing their style of soccer week in and week out. Having not lost since week 1, the Boys Do Cry squad played a team who has been on the rise the past 3 weeks in Telle Bouche FC. Telle Bouche let the BDC know, almost immediately, they came to win. Scoring their first goal within the first 5 minutes of the half, they rode a wave of constant pressure that resulted in the Boys going down 2 goals at half on the would be game winner by Phy of Telle Bouche. Matt Duggan has been a savior in goal for BDC this season and Steve Tice who has been arguably the best player in Sexto half-way through this season, again threw his team on his back and played like a mad man but even Steve Tice couldn’t pull off the come back win. BDC did manage to get on the score sheet with just under 10 minutes remaining off a nice headed goal from Steve Tice who netted his league leading 9th goal of the season. The upset win for Telle Bouche FC has them jump up to 2nd place and even with the loss Boys Do Cry still manages to hold onto 1st place.
TBFC:  Antonio, Phy
BDC:  Tice
Still Processing FC 1 – 1 FC BTC
Saturday’s meeting between FC BTC and Still Processing was a tight one. Lack of subs aside for FC BTC, both teams played with intensity and pushed numbers forward with every chance they got. Mid-way through the first half, Still Processing capitalize on a driven shot that made it’s way into the box and left a easy shot for the Still Processing’s striker to sneak the ball into the corner. The 2nd half would start with FC BTC showing a vigor that has not been seen all year, they countered and pushed forward which resulted in not just shots but shots on goal. Man of the Match and former glamour model for the Spiegel Catalog company Stew Mccoy held his team together with his dynamic play making abilities and the clinical finishing of James White put the tying goal in but they were unable to muster another for the win. Still Processing FC played well and had their collective chances to win but were unlucky and walked away dropping 2 points as the game ended in a 1-1 draw leaving them in 7th place. FC BTC fought hard for the draw but still drop in the standings as they currently sit back in 9th place.
FC BTC: #1 James White Goal

Still Processing: #3 Ian Connolly

FC Ladder 15 (3) – (2) Rapid Nightfall FC

Disclaimer: If you are new to this league, slide tackling is not permitted in Casa. Yellow card cautions were handed out like fun size snickers on Halloween. The game ended with what could be called a controversial 3-2 win for FC Ladder 15, between the lack of players at the start, their on field behavior that resulted in a red card and some highly questrionable handball calls according to RNFC players. Regardless, their first win of the season bumps them to 8th place and the loss drops Rapid Nightfall FC into 4th place.
FC Ladder – #8 Vlaentino, #18 Cruz Nunez, #12 Fajardio
Rapid Nightfall FC – #10 Alarnab, #10 Alarnab
Yellow Cards FC Ladder – #10 Davis Unsporting slide tackle in the box, #4 Fagardo Unsporting slide tackle in the box, #5 Buezo Unsporting slide tackle in the box Rapid Nightfall FC – #17 Unsporting slide tackle in the box, #12 illegal substitution during run of play giving them 12men
Red Cards: FC Ladder – #3 Dissent

One Comment

  1. Where are the following weeks Match reports?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

%d bloggers like this: