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Oduro Wants to Push for More in Second Year with Rowdies

Oduro Wants to Push for More in Second Year wit...

March 6, 2019 By Jake Nutting

by JAKE NUTTING There are plenty of new faces and names on the roster for Tampa Bay Rowdies supporters to learn as the 2019 USL Championship kicks off, but the club hasn’t wiped the slate entirely clean from last year. Midfielder Dominic Oduro is one of 8 players on this year’s 24-man roster who represented

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Tejada Excited to Start Professional Career wit...

February 27, 2019 By Jake Nutting

by JAKE NUTTING Juan Tejada may be an unknown to many Tampa Bay Rowdies supporters, but the USL Championship club’s latest recruit has been building his reputation in local soccer circles for a while now. For the last four years, Tejada has showcased his skills at Eckerd College, which is just a short 15-minute drive

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Tejada Excited to Start Professional Career with Rowdies
The State of the 2019 Rowdies Roster

The State of the 2019 Rowdies Roster

February 16, 2019 By Jake Nutting

The Tampa Bay Rowdies were quiet for much of the offseason, but that has changed in recent weeks. With still a few weeks left to go until the club kicks off its 2019 USL Championship seasson, 22 players have been confirmed for the roster ater a flurry of signing announcements. Preseason action started a couple

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Introducing Norwich City

February 1, 2019 By Matthew Cox

With the news of the Rowdies new partnership with Norwich City FC, we reached out for a introduction of the club to Rowdies fans, by a Canaries fan. Andy Lawn of fansite/podcast Along Come Norwich graciously provided us with this: Hello from your new football friends across the pond. Not being one of the regular

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Introducing Norwich City
Rowdies Adding John McCarthy, Andrew Tinari to 2019 Roster

Rowdies Adding John McCarthy, Andrew Tinari to ...

January 20, 2019 By Jake Nutting

by JAKE NUTTING The Tampa Bay Rowdies have yet to make any roster announcements in the new year, but the club has been working quietly to rebuild the roster and is set to reveal multiple signings in the coming week. Unused Substitutes has learned that two of the new players in the batch of new

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Rowdies Taking a “Strategic Approach&#822...

January 11, 2019 By Jake Nutting

by JAKE NUTTING The Tampa Bay Rowdies have been relatively quiet on player announcements so far, but that will change soon as players are set to start reporting to St. Petersburg on January 14. (Yes, they have a keeper under contract. Even a few center backs.) Supporters should expect to see plenty of new faces

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Rowdies Taking a “Strategic Approach” to Roster Rebuild
Rowdies Focused on Nurturing Fanbase as Rays Era Begins

Rowdies Focused on Nurturing Fanbase as Rays Er...

January 9, 2019 By Jake Nutting

by JAKE NUTTING “Every offseason it’s something.” Lee Cohen is one of the few people who can say that from firsthand experience when it comes to the Tampa Bay Rowdies. Since joining the Rowdies ahead of their first modern era season in 2010, Cohen has been there for every up and down along the way.

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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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Hristov Reflects on Six Years with the Rowdies
Collins Aims to Change Perception of the Rowdies as he Plans for Future

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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St. Pete City Council Approves Transfer of Al L...

October 11, 2018 By Jake Nutting

by JAKE NUTTING The Tampa Bay Rowdies took an expected but nonetheless important step toward a new era of ownership on Thursday afternoon, as the St. Petersburg City Council voted in favor of transferring the club’s current use agreement to operate Al Lang Stadium from Bill Edwards to the Tampa Bay Rays, who are expected

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St. Pete City Council Approves Transfer of Al Lang Agreement

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