Brendan Doherty, a native of a small town in Western New York that no one has ever heard of, loves soccer; watching, analyzing, discussing, writing about, coaching, and most importantly playing. A couple summers ago he had a Eureka! moment with his buddy while reading a soccer blog about Tottenham Hotspur (Cartilage Free Captain on SBNation); "Hey, I could do that stuff." Since that time he's written on a lot of topics but mostly USL-Pro and things related to Mexico and youth development. You can read his other work at Doherty Soccer and Soccer Newsday.
Kamdem Fewo’s moment of magic in the 65th minute decided another close match between Rochester and Cincinnati. The Rhinos are now unbeaten in 5 league games.
The Rhinos have beaten FC Motown 3-0 and GPS Omens 2-1 to earn a matchup against New England in Providence.
Wal Fall’s 27th minute goal and Tomas Gomez’s clean sheet earned Rochester a Bob Lilley special on Wednesday night in league action.
Kenardo Forbes was the lone bright spot for Rochester.
The former NY Red Bulls homegrown defender discusses how his amateur side from Morristown, NJ is gearing up to face the Rochester Rhinos
While the Revolution are still a month away from entering the Open Cup, the Rhinos will play next week against a talented amateur side from New Jersey.
As floodwaters from the Meramec River persist, STLFC’s venue is damaged and the area is under a state of emergency; soccer should be an afterthought.
Four different goal-scorers chipped in for the result but winger Christiano Francois was the star of the match with two assists and a drawn penalty.
Terrible defensive blunders undid the brilliant goals by Mike Garzi and Joe Farrell. Rochester maintains its unbeaten regular season record against the Baby Bulls.
The relationship between New England and Rochester has looked rocky for a while but Bob Lilley has now all but called its time of death.