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Tampa Bay Rowdies

  1. Rowdies come back to tie Ottawa

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    OTTAWA — The Rowdies came back from a 2-0 deficit to earn a point with a 2-2 tie against first-place Ottawa on Saturday.

  2. Rowdies promote interim coach Stuart Campbell

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    The Rowdies, who fired coach Thomas Rongen on Friday morning, waited less than a week to find his replacement.

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  3. Rowdies fall to Minnesota in debut under Campbell

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    ST. PETERSBURG — The Rowdies put forth a massive effort Saturday in their first game after coach Thomas Rongen was fired. But they didn't finish scoring opportunities, and Minnesota did in a 3-1 defeat of Tampa Bay at Al Lang Stadium.

  4. Rowdies owner fires coach, general manager

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    When Bill Edwards became the Tampa Bay Rowdies' owner in 2013, he said his goal for the team was "to win every game." He wasn't kidding.

    Tampa Bay Rowdies president and general manager Farrukh Quraishi, left, talks with fans in the parking lot before a game at Al Lang Stadium on April, 25. [LARA CERRI  | Times]
  5. Rowdies shut out by Indy Eleven

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    The Rowdies' fall season slump continued with a 2-0 loss to the host Indy Eleven on Wednesday night, but Tampa Bay (2-5-1) remained in position to qualify for the NASL's four-team playoffs heading into Saturday's home match against Minnesota United.

  6. Rowdies take big lead, hang on to edge Jacksonville

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    ST. PETERSBURG — Rowdies coach Thomas Rongen insisted his team didn't need to get away from its defense-first mentality to break out of its recent struggles.

  7. Mini skid doesn't dampen Rowdies' optimism

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    ST. PETERSBURG — The Rowdies take the field tonight at Al Lang Stadium against the Jacksonville Armada seeking their first victory in five weeks.

    The Rowdies' Robert Hernandez, right, competes for the ball with FC Edmonton's Kareen Moses, left, during a game in July at Al Lang Stadium in St. Petersburg. [LARA CERRI   |  Times]
  8. Rowdies tie Carolina

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    CARY, N.C. — The Rowdies tied Carolina 1-1 at WakeMed Soccer Park on Saturday, snapping a three-match pointless streak.

  9. Rowdies lose to Strikers as Adu makes debut

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    ST. PETERSBURG — For the second straight Saturday, the Rowdies suffered a setback at home, and this time, not even Freddy Adu could save them.

    Freddy Adu enters the game as a sub in the second half.
  10. Rowdies tweak lineup in hopes of sparking sluggish offense

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    ST. PETERSBURG — After an offensive drought that has seen the Rowdies held scoreless in their past two games, coach Thomas Rongen promised change to the lineup.

    Regardless of the status of Freddy Adu, right, Rowdies coach Thomas Rongen has to hope his lineup tinkering will help his team find its offensive juice when it hosts rival Fort Lauderdale on Saturday. [LARA CERRI | Times]