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Orlando City Falls to LA Galaxy

Coming off a convincing 4-1 victory over the Montreal Impact, Orlando City SC (7-8-13, 34 points) was routed 4-2 by the out-of-retirement Landon Donovan and his LA Galaxy (11-4-14, 47 points) Sunday at StubHub Center. “It’s really disappointing because we were in a good moment with our form and really …

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Orlando City’s New Manager

Orlando City SC (4-5-10) is a relatively new face to the scene of Major League Soccer.  Entering the league under the 2015 expansion alongside New York City FC, Orlando has played only one complete season and is currently in the middle of their second.  Though, their performance has not been up to par as Orlando City …

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Preview: Orlando City Visits Philadelphia Union, Cyle Larin Out

The Eastern Conference leading Orlando City (2-0-2, eight points) is riding high as they travel to play the Philadelphia Union (2-2-0, six points). The Lions have strung together back-to-back wins after last weeks emphatic 4-1 performance against the defending champion Portland Timbers. Meanwhile, the Union are coming off a 1-0 loss …

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Orlando City vs. Portland Timbers – Return of the Captain

The Orlando City Lions rose to the top spot in the Eastern Conference after thrashing the MLS defending champions Portland Timbers in the Citrus Bowl 4-1 Sunday night. Ricardo Kaká made his first appearance of the season after being sidelined for the first three games due to injury. The “Captain” …

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Late Drama in the Lion’s Den – Orlando City vs. Real Salt Lake

Orlando City found themselves down two goals in stoppage time in their season opener against Real Salt Lake in Orlando on Sunday. “So you’re saying there’s still a chance!” With the backing of 60,147 fans in attendance at the Citrus Bowl, the Lions clawed their way back into the game …

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MLS PREVIEW: Orlando City vs. Real Salt Lake

With star-man Ricardo Kaká leading the way, the Orlando City Lions open up their 2016 MLS campaign against Real Salt Lake. A sell-out crowd of over 60,000 is expected at the Citrus Bowl when the Lions take the pitch Sunday afternoon. The home crowd will be in full voice as they look for Orlando City to start …

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