Discussion in 'Ottawa Senators' started by DrunkUncleDenis, Jan 27, 2017.
Ottawa Fury moved into 6th place after their 3-0 win last night in Bethlehem, Fury's record now is P 9 W 5 D 2 L 2 GF 12 GA 7 PTS 17
Fury continued to pick up points as they drew 1-1 in Hartford last night, although they did drop a position to 7th.
While not Fury related, anybody know if there's a pub downtown showing the Europa League final?
Try the Senate on Bank st just south of TD Place i believe they show lots of soccer.
Was hoping for something closer to downtown but that will be my backup. I'll try and make a couple of calls later to pubs. I really wish we still had that Arsenal Supporter Club in Ottawa.
I was at the match. Good lord Hartford is awful. I have no idea how they could've assembled a roster this putrid and sad. The worst thing is that the support is there. They are getting 7-8k a match at Rentchler (a college football stadium that basically cost exactly the same as a new arena that would've saved the Whalers would've cost because the state is run by morons) which would be above the 6.5k capacity of their future permanent home of Dillon Stadium. And yes, Brass Bonanza is played after goals.
Very impressive performance by the Ottawa Fury today winning 4-1 against Charlotte, should have been 5-1 or 6-1 as the Fury missed 2 penalty kicks, of course it did help that Charlotte had 2 players sent off, Fury were already up 3-1 when the 2 were sent off. After todays win Fury are now 4th in the USL east division with one or two games in hand on the teams above them, Fury's goals were scored by Samb (2), Wall and Francois.
I've been offered free tix to a Fury game. I need to choose from
- Swope Park
- Quarter Final
Any advice for a good game, with the chance of a Fury win?
Well at the present time Swope Park looks the best chance for a win and judging by the number of goals (46) averaging almost 4 goals a game it should be the most entertaining.
Fury coach will be up for this one as he was the coach of Swope Park 2 years go, also Olievera used to play for Swope Park. Re the quarter final that wont be until October
I have listed Ottawa's current position and the dates and current positions of the 3 teams. note the Charleston game is a wednesday night and the other 2 Saturday nights.
- Memphis Saturday, June 15, 2019 | 7:00PM EDT
15.Memphis Tigers1224612:1710- Charleston Wednesday, June 26, 2019 | 7:00PM EDT
9.Charleston1245315:1517- Swope Park Saturday, July 20, 2019 | 7:00PM EDT
17.Swope Park1214717:297- Quarter Final
don't mean to throw shade, but when did fury tickets get so 'high' (vs. quality)? $25 for an adult GA ticket? that's on par with what the Impact charge for MLS soccer. when you get to near $100 to see low level soccer (relatively speaking) with the fam, I just don't see the bargain vs the 67s or RBs
Very good win for the Fury last night, 4-0 against Swope Park, moved the Fury up to 6th spot. Fury's record is 8W 8D 3L. One of the highlights was the introduction of local lad Antoine Coupland as a substitute. Antoine is 15 years old and has a very bright future in the game of soccer. Next game is wednesday against Halifax in the Canadian Championship.
Ottawa Fury coach Popovic will not be back next year
Fury FC to part ways with Head Coach Nikola Popovic | Le Fury FC se séparera de l'entraîneur-chef Nikola Popovic
It's looking like the Fury wont be back next year
When is CONCACAF going to force the Canadian MLS teams to join the CPL?
Can we unsticky this thread now? Too many stickied threads take up too much browser real estate...
or just close it.
So the team is folding?
By being forced to join the CPL, OSEG was going to be on the hook for another big expansion fee. This made zero financial sense for an organization that had already paid two expansion fees, and was bleeding red ink on soccer with no end in sight. Basically, the soccer higher ups gave OSEG a reason to bail out of soccer and focus on hockey and football, where they stand a good chance of breaking even and perhaps making some money in a good year...
Well it was fun while it lasted.
They have been losing more money even without Soccer put into the equation. Their forecasts of available revenue's was obviously flawed. The expected 1 million more people to visit the site.
Interesting. There is always someone out there thinking they can make a buck here
Looks like soccer may not miss a beat in Ottawa.
you seem to be in the know. what was the Fury drawing?
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