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Tampa Bay Rowdies

  1. Rowdies waste scoring chances

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    ST. PETERSBURG — In a display of dominating a match and yet losing, the Rowdies fell 1-0 to Edmonton on Saturday at Al Lang Stadium before an announced crowd of 4,596.

  2. Rowdies bounce back with 2-1 win over Fort Lauderdale

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    ST. PETERSBURG — After a brutal week in which they were shut out in both road matches, the Rowdies needed to get back on track Saturday night against rival Fort Lauderdale.

  3. Rowdies looking to make a run in the fall campaign

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    ST. PETERSBURG — The Rowdies need to look no further than to their last opponent to realize how quickly fortunes can change in the NASL.

  4. International soccer coming to St. Petersburg

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    ST. PETERSBURG — The Florida Cup, an exhibition soccer tournament held in Orlando since 2015, will expand to St. Petersburg in 2017.

    VfL Wolfsburg's soccer players Ricardo Rodriguez, right, fights for the ball against his teammate Yannick Gerhardt, left, during a training session  in Bad Ragaz, Switzerland, Thursday, July 21, 2016.  (Eddy Risch/Keystone via AP) XRAG101
  5. Rowdies tie New York Cosmos, coach rips officials

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    ST. PETERSBURG — Sometimes there are ties that feel more like a loss. And then there are ties like Saturday night's 2-2 match between the Rowdies and New York Cosmos.

    Tampa Bay Rowdies midfielder Joe Cole attempts to juke out defenders during the Tampa Bay Rowdies game against the New York Cosmos on Saturday night, July 23, 2016 in downtown St. Petersburg. ZACK WITTMAN  |  Times
  6. Two new Rowdies to get taste of rivalry against Cosmos

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    ST. PETERSBURG — After a 3-0 victory in which they set a season high for goals, the Rowdies have done anything but stand pat.

  7. Rowdies midfielder Savage bounces back big from injury

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    ST. PETERSBURG

    Trying to overcome a torn ACL was plenty enough for Keith Savage.

    Rowdies midfielder Keith Savage (22) slides into the ball to stop a Puerto Rico advance. The Tampa Bay Rowdies shut out the Puerto Rico FC 3-0 at Al Lang Stadium last Saturday night.
  8. Joe Cole's bicycle-kick goal lifts Rowdies

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    ST. PETERSBURG — A moment of brilliance from Joe Cole, and one that was no slouch from Eric Avila, guided the Rowdies to a 3-0 victory over Puerto Rico on Saturday night before an announced crowd of 5,873 at Al Lang Stadium.

    Joe Cole flips to score on a bicycle kick and give the Rowdies a 1-0 lead. “The main thing is the team was excellent,” Cole says.
  9. Rowdies hoping for stronger, winning homestands

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    ST. PETERSBURG — As bad as the most recent Rowdies performance was, a 4-1 loss last Saturday at Carolina, it brought to bear something even more bothersome to the head coach.

  10. Michael Nanchoff looks to make mark with Tampa Bay Rowdies

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    ST. PETERSBURG

    He had no clue about it at the time. All Michael Nanchoff knew of his goal and assist, scored when he was with the Portland Timbers in a 2-0 U.S. Open Cup victory, was that it felt good because he was getting few chances to play otherwise.

    Tampa Bay player Michael Nanchoff has started 10 of the Rowdies’ 12 matches this season but still is looking for his first goal.