Lamine Sane's first goal with Orlando City turned out to be the game winner. Here's another view of the big defender's header as seen from close up, courtesy of @DonaldW11 on Twitter.
He scores when he wants. Dom scored his first goal repping Orlando City in the MLS All-Star game against Real Madrid in the 86th minute.
The Orlando Pride continued rolling through its preseason on Saturday with another exhibition victory, this time taking care of business against Florida State, 3-0, and with opening day just around the corn...OMG WHAT'S THAT?! IT'S TOM SERMANNI SERVING DRINKS IN A KILT! That, my friends, is Orlando's favorite Scottish gaffer at what seems to be a charity event benefiting the fight against children's cancer, with Sermanni serving drinks while wearing a kilt. Because why not? This is your daily reminder that Tom Sermanni is the best.
Drove by the academy the other day, It looks like we will have another top academy in the Orlando area, might provide a source of HGP in the future.
Packaged together a few highlights from the 2016 season. The song is Let it flow by Flo Rida from the fifa 13 soundtrack. PC stats- http://www.nasl.com/roster/pc
We still get to see him this year against OCB.
After waiting all weekend to find out who Orlando City big marquee center back signing would be, we finally found out this morning through the reporting of Orlando Sentinel report Alicia Del Gallo. However, as Orlando City Twitter began to break down the signing, the man himself seemed to catch wind of the report and downplayed the entire situation through the tweet above, which reads, "I am not aware of this interest from MLS and the Orlando club. Good evening to all." Well played, Gregory! Unfortunately for you, though, Twitter was quick to give away your cover, revealing he was not only following every MLS club at the time, he was also following a large handful of Orlando City and Orlando Pride players, before unfollowing everyone except for Phil Rawlins and Kaká. #UnfollowGate (h/t Mark Kastner)? It's too early to tell. But this is surely one interesting situation we have unfolding in front of us.
It looks like Heath is on his way out.
Just a few days after his long-time head coach was fired and not even 24 hours after a disappointing 0-0 draw at home, midfielder Kevin Molino is out at what looks to be Sam's Club promoting Orlando City's sponsor beer, Heineken. He doesn't look all too thrilled about it though. I wouldn't be either if I were him. (Photo Credit: Kevin Molino Snapchat [molinokevin])
UniMas apparently didn't get the memo of Adrian Heath's firing this week. The broadcast's lineup graphic listed the former Lions head coach on the team's lineup sheet ahead of the Friday night matchup against the Houston Dynamo.