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  1. Rowdies midfielder Leo Fernandez leaps above his celebrating teammates moments after Fernandez sent a pin-point pass to Steevan Dos Santos, who headed in the first goal during a 3-0 victory over Pittsburgh on Saturday night.
  2. Fans protest against the Glazer family, owners of Manchester United, before the team's Premier League match that was scheduled against Liverpool on Sunday at Old Trafford in Manchester. The game was called off after fans blocked access into Old Trafford and clashed with police.
  3. Rowdies forward Steevan Dos Santos fights for a ball during a 3-0 season-opening victory over Charlotte Saturday night.
  4. Rowdies forward Sebastian Guenzatti leaps to cheers after burying a penalty kick in the 58th minute during a 3-0 season-opening victory over Charlotte on Saturday night. Guenzatti went on to score another goal and an assist.
  5. Captain Sebastian Guenzatti, who had a team-high 10 goals last season, returns for the Rowdies.
  6. From left: Rays president Brian Auld holding the William Harridge Trophy, St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman, Lightning president/CEO Steve Griggs with the Stanley Cup, Tampa mayor Jane Castor, Buccaneers COO Brian Ford with the Lombardi Trophy, Clearwater mayor Frank Hibbard and Rowdies president Lee Cohen with the Eastern Conference Championship Trophy.
  7. The Seattle Sounders celebrate after beating Toronto FC to win the 2019 MLS Cup championship. The Sounders have made the Major League Soccer postseason in each year of the club’s existence.
  8. WWE global ambassador Titus O'Neil thanks executives from the Tampa Bay area's four professional sports teams during a community event on Tuesday.
  9. United States forward Megan Rapinoe (15) celebrates after scoring in front of Argentina midfielder Vanesa Santana during the first half of the American's 6-0 win in the SheBelieves Cup finale Wednesday in Orlando. The United States won the tournament title.
  10. Megan Rapinoe, left, and Carli Lloyd, right, at a July 2019 Word Cup title celebration in New York, return to the U.S. soccer team for training camp this weekend in Orlando after 10 months away. They are expected to play in two exhibitions against Colombia in Orlando this month.
  11. Tampa Bay Rowdies players work out on the field together at Al Lang Stadium before the season re-started.
  12. Neill Collins will have to miss Sunday's league championship at Al Lang Stadium.
  13. Zach Steinberger, here in a game earlier this month, scores the first goal of the Eastern Conference final on Saturday night.
  14. Getting Lucky Mkosana from Louisville City FC has worked out pretty well for the Rowdies.
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  16. Time to celebrate as the Rowdies are heading to the conference final next weekend against Louisville City FC.
  17. Lucky Mkosana gets a hug from teammates moments after Mkosana scored the go-ahead goal in the Rowdies' 4-2 victory over Birmingham Legion FC last weekend.
  18. Sebastian Guenzatti, who scores a goal and has an assist, celebrates the Rowdies' 4-2 victory over Birmingham Legion in an Eastern Conference quarterfinal match at Al Lang Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 10, 2020.
  19. The Rowdies' Evan Louro attempts to block a kick during a July 11 match against Atlanta United at Al Lang Stadium.
  20. "To be honest, I thought It was a really poor game,” Rowdies coach Neill Collins, shown here at practice on Aug. 4, 2020, says of his team's 2-1 home loss to Charleston on Saturday, Oct. 3.
  21. The Rowdies have already clinched Group H in the USL Championship and are assured home-field advantage through at least two rounds of the playoffs.
  22. The Rowdies' Sebastian Guenzatti drives the ball down the field during the second half against the Charleston Battery on June 15, 2019, at Al Lang Stadium.
  23. Tampa Bay Rowdies coach Neill Collins is happy about his team's mind-set, and place in the standings, right now.
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