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FC Cincinnati Keeps on Winning

FC Cincinnati Keeps on Winning

FC Cincinnati Keeps on Winning
[powerpress] What rust? Despite having an unexpected week off from action, FC Cincinnati continues their unbeaten streak after a 2-0 win over the visiting Harrisburg City Islanders. It was a physical match to say the least. Now the Orange and Blue have a tough week ahead with two matches in four days.

On This Episode

Yosief, Brad, Bryan and I recap the 2-0 win over Harrisburg. One of the major talking points from that match was the red card for Harrisburgh’s Aaron Wheeler after he elbowed CB Harrison Delbridge in the face when the two jumped for a header. Not to mention the kick to the face just before halftime that was missed by everyone during the broadcast.

FC Cincinnati hits the road on Wednesday night to take on the Tampa Bay Rowdies in the US Open Cup. We debated whether or not you put out a roster that features a lot of backups so that you can save your starters for this weekend’s match against the Richmond Kickers. Do you sacrifice the Open Cup to focus on the USL slate? It’s an interesting debate.

Speaking of the Richmond Kickers, they’ll make their first visit to Nippert Stadium on Saturday night at 7 pm. Richmond is coming off an ugly loss to the worst team in the Eastern Conference this past weekend. In other words, you know they’re going to look to bounce back in a big way. Can the winning train continue to roll Saturday night?

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