The Nine Stripes got their first-ever post-season ticket after HFX Wanderers failed to beat Atlético Ottawa on Sunday.
Another edition of the Ontario derby took place on Saturday’ afternoon at the York Lions Stadium, with York United losing 2-1 to Forge FC.
Nine Stripes dropped valuable points at home, following their 1-1 draw against FC Edmonton on Sunday. With this result and their 2-1 defeat to Calvary FC, Brennan’ side is now placed fifth on the CPL, out of the playoffs positions
Jimmy Brennan’s team was unable to fully take advantage of HFX Wanderers loss to Forge FC on Wednesday.
It was an electrifying match between York United FC and HFX Wanderers on Sunday at York Lions Stadium, with the home side saving their place in the playoffs with only 10 minutes remaining.
In what turned out to be one of their best performances playing at the York Lions Stadium so far this season, the Nine Stripes managed to get a very important victory against Valour FC on Sunday.
In what was arguably the biggest match of York’s short history, a local Toronto soccer derby finally can flourish in years to come
Despite the team having secured the last playoff spot in the League, at least until their next game, there was a lot of discontent for not being able to extend their lead over Valour and HFX.
York United FC earned three very important points against Atlético Ottawa with a 2-0 win on Tuesday night.
York United FC took an early advantage on Wednesday night, but couldn’t keep it. The resulting 1-1 draw with HFX Wanderers cost the home side a good opportunity to stay close to Forge FC in…