Hello faithful readers! I had the tremendous pleasure of interviewing one the founding members of AFC Mobile Wanderers, a group working to bring a soccer team to the heart of the south in Mobile, Alabama, back in October, and I’m excited to re-release it here on NonLeague America. Mitchell Kahalley was very open with his answers and the goals of this group, and talks about everything from the city of Mobile itself to the local college scene. Check it out. Read more →
Steve Bayley Interview with Donovan Ringo of the First City Supporters.
Today I have the pleasure of sharing with you my interview with Jonathan Wardlaw of the Little Rock Rangers Soccer Club. This is re-release of my second ever interview over at American Pyramid, done in October 2015, so some of the answers might be a little dated.
Little Rock Rangers is a brand new team in the great state of Arkansas, and will begin playing in the National Premier Soccer League in 2016. This was a really fun interview, Jonathan has a solid background in soccer at multiple levels from childhood on up, and he’s building something awesome down in Little Rock. A quick FYI, LR is the abbreviation for Little Rock used several times throughout the article. Interview is after the break!
Hello Non League America Readers!
Allow me to introduce myself. My name is John Pannebaker, and I run a soccer blog called American Pyramid. I interview owners of teams in the lower levels of the American Soccer Pyramid, and am going to be providing Non League America with extra content to help put more eyeballs on what takes place at the bottom of the soccer universe.
To give you a little bit of background on this interview, which I did in October 2015. I first encountered Tim Singleton through sheer accident. As an active member of BigSoccer Forum under the pseudonym ‘SportingReal,’ I heard about a man trying to start a team in Fargo and getting pretty badly reamed online. I reached out to him, originally offering to help him with some web design.
While that didn’t work out long term, we’ve kept in touch off and on ever since, and he graciously agreed to be my first interview I ever did at American Pyramid. Enjoy!
Former English Premier league player Gary Doherty arrives in Houston to join up with fellow Irishman and play with Houston Hurricanes FC.
The former Tottenham Hotspur and Norwich player is signed up to play with the Houston Hurricanes FC and will to join up with Coach Keyes and the Houston Hurricanes squad on November 3rd. Read more →
The Cincinnati Saints ownership group will be moving their National Premier Soccer League Franchise to the City of Dayton. The new club will undergo a complete rebranding that will reflect the Dayton community. The club will begin play in the National Premier Soccer League (NPSL) in May of 2016. The Cincinnati Saints, founded in 2009, played in the National Premier Soccer League, for the 2014 and 2015 seasons.
The club will be led by owner David Satterwhite, who brings 6 years of ownership experience. Satterwhite ran the Cincinnati Saints, from 2009-2015 and is excited to bring his grassroots approach to building a soccer club to the Gem City. The club will focus on being an extension of the Dayton community, looking for opportunities to serve its city and grow the beautiful game locally.
Former Wright State University head coach David Wall will lead the club. Wall served as head coach of the Saints, the past two seasons. He currently coaches within the Metro FC Academy, in Dayton.
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First Qualifying Round – US Open Cup 2016
Southie FC v. Battery Park Gunners
Saturday October 17, 2015
Madison Park High School, Roxbury, MA
Kick Off: 12:00PM Read more →
Bryan Speaks and Chris make their final stop in their Great American tour of lower division soccer. Please enjoy a montage of their experiences.
Music Credit: “Where You’ll Go I’ll Follow” by Break Anchor