Category: Interviews

Hristov Reflects on Six Years with the Rowdies

Hristov Reflects on Six Years with the Rowdies

November 9, 2018 By Jake Nutting

All good things must come to an end. It’s a tough pill to swallow for everyone in the Tampa Bay Rowdies family, but Georgi Hristov will not be returning to the club for a seventh season. Given the reputation of the Rowdies in the original NASL as a bold and boisterous bunch — with cocksure

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Collins Aims to Change Perception of the Rowdie...

October 24, 2018 By Jake Nutting

by JAKE NUTTING If you’re feeling as if the 2018 Tampa Bay Rowdies season was its own special brand of crazy, you’re not alone. Neill Collins knew the job ahead of him in taking over as head coach back in May would be tough, he just couldn’t have predicted how uniquely challenging it would be.

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Collins Aims to Change Perception of the Rowdies as he Plans for Future
Edwards: “Total Incompetence” of PRO Referees Can’t be Ignored

Edwards: “Total Incompetence” of PR...

August 31, 2018 By Jake Nutting

Tampa Bay Rowdies owner Bill Edwards is not ready to give up on his crusade to improve refereeing in U.S. Soccer. After watching his club fall 2-1 to the United Soccer League’s first-place FC Cincinnati in the rain at Al Lang last Saturday thanks to two penalty goals for the visitors, Edwards was ready to

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Poku Ready for Rowdies Debut

July 13, 2018 By Jake Nutting

by JAKE NUTTING After waiting patiently for two weeks, Tampa Bay Rowdies supporters are likely to finally get their first glimpse of midfielder Kwadwo Poku when the club travels to face Eastern Conference frontrunner FC Cincinnati this Saturday night. Supporters may have been anxious to see Poku on the field, he’s been just as eager

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Poku Ready for Rowdies Debut
Martin Vingaard Talks World Cup, Danish National Team Experiences

Martin Vingaard Talks World Cup, Danish Nationa...

June 29, 2018 By Jake Nutting

by JAKE NUTTING If you’ve spotted a Danish flag hanging from one of the apartment buildings next to Al Lang while walking around downtown St. Petersburg over the last two weeks and have wondered who it belongs to, the answer is Tampa Bay Rowdies midfielder Martin Vingaard. After finishing second in a challenging group with

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Schäfer Readies for Emotional Final Match

June 21, 2018 By Jake Nutting

by JAKE NUTTING Marcel Schäfer has known this day was coming for the last two years. That doesn’t make it any easier, though. The Tampa Bay Rowdies midfielder will put an end to his playing career after Friday’s match against Penn FC at Al Lang as he assumes the Sporting Director position at his former

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Schäfer Readies for Emotional Final Match
Rowdies Notebook: Refresh Button, Tam’s Media Game, Cole Moves Closer to UEFA License

Rowdies Notebook: Refresh Button, Tam’s M...

June 2, 2018 By Jake Nutting

Rowdies Hit the Refresh Button No one has taken advantage of the opportunity offered by the Tampa Bay Rowdies’ coaching shakeup more than Junior Flemmings. After an underwhelming start to the year, Flemmings has showed the flair most expected from the winger signed in the offseason. Despite not scoring in a positive appearance off the

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Collins Focused on Changing Rowdies’ Mindset

May 18, 2018 By Jake Nutting

by JAKE NUTTING When Neill Collins’ phone rang on Thursday morning to summon him to a meeting with Tampa Bay Rowdies owner Bill Edwards, getting an offer to coach the team he’s played for since 2016 was not what he was expecting. After roughly two and half seasons with Stuart Campbell at the helm and

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Collins Focused on Changing Rowdies’ Mindset
Home Again: Clearwater’s Curinga Returns to Play for Rowdies

Home Again: Clearwater’s Curinga Returns ...

January 12, 2018 By Jake Nutting

Unlike most who returned home over the holidays, Kyle Curinga will be sticking around. Born and raised in Clearwater, Curinga has only dreamed of playing soccer since he was three years old. He achieved that dream when he latched on with GBK Kokkola in Finland’s third tier one year removed from high school and finds

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Rob Stone Talks Gold Cup’s Return to Tamp...

July 9, 2017 By Jake Nutting

By JAKE NUTTING For the first time since 2011, Tampa Bay will play host to the U.S. Men’s national team in the CONCACAF Gold Cup. This Wednesday night at Raymond James Stadium, Coach Bruce Arena and the national team players will look to shake off the disappointment of Saturday’s 1-1 result against Panama on Saturday

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Rob Stone Talks Gold Cup’s Return to Tampa Bay and Rowdies MLS Bid

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