Chef, restaurateur, cookbook author, and community benefactor Marcus Samuelsson has cooking in his blood. As a child, he spent summers with his grandmother in Sweden learning how to make various foods including meatballs (the one dish he thinks every amateur chef should learn to make), apple jam, and cookies (via Marcus Samuelsson's website). He would smoke fish with his father that they had caught themselves. Additionally, Samuelsson was also influenced by his Ethiopian cultural background and began to appreciate the cuisine — which includes dishes like injera – for its spirituality. It was cooking with family in Ethiopia that first made him appreciate the value of community.
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Major League Soccer
For the first time in their history, the New England Revolution are Supporters' Shield champions. It's been a long time coming for one of Major League Soccer's original and ever-present clubs. More often than not, the Revs have been known as the nearly-men, losing in five MLS Cup finals -...
When your teams combine for 11 goals, there’s a good chance you’ll lead the Team of the Week presented by Audi – and that’s exactly what’s happened with Inter Miami CF and New York City FC in Week 32. NYCFC stormed past D.C. United 6-0 to reclaim an Eastern Conference...
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Odds/Point Spread: New York City (-192) Chicago (+400) Yankee Stadium is the venue where Luka Stojanovic and the Chicago Fire (9-7-16, 12th in Eastern Conference) will play New York City FC (12-8-11, 5th in Eastern Conference) on Wednesday. The goaltenders who are expected to start will be Sean Johnson for New York City FC and Bobby Shuttleworth for the Chicago Fire. NYCFC is priced at -192 while the Fire are at +400. The O/U opens at 3.
The pressure was on for New York City FC on Saturday night. Finally back in the Bronx, the team was set to face D.C. United one last time in the regular season, and the match was a must win. Sitting outside of a playoff spot, there was no space for error, and a draw would not be enough. NYCFC had to win, and play their best football of the season.
Saturday night was truly something to behold. It was the perfect way to send the Fire off in Chicago in 2021 with 31,308 of our closest friends in attendance. Frank Klopas’ side stifled Real Salt Lake in a 1-0 victory that made it much more difficult for the visitors to qualify for the Audi MLS Cup Playoffs. They will have another opportunity to do just that against New York City FC in the Bronx on Wednesday night. Ronny Deila’s boys in blue currently sit one point above the playoff line, with five teams separated by three points fighting for three remaining spots.
New York City FC are back in action on Wednesday with a home game against Chicago fire. Here’s the Keys to the Match, presented by Tri-State Ford... This will be the third time that NYCFC have faced the Chicago Fire this season, and it’s fair to say the previous meetings have been frustrating.
This Wednesday the New York Red Bulls visit D.C. United. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m ET. Here are the Keys to the Game, presented by TriHonda Dealers:. After the first win in Columbus in the Gerhard Struber era and first since 2015, the Red Bulls are on an eight-match unbeaten run.
Major League Soccer
After the lowest of lows, New York City FC experienced the highest of highs, scoring a club-record six goals in a 6-0 rout of D.C. United at Yankee Stadium Saturday night, shattering talk of that goalless streak in a New York minute. By doing so, NYCFC moved into fifth place...
In MLS's first 25 seasons, every one of its 10 founding members except one won at least one league trophy (MLS Cup or Supporters' Shield). In 2021, the New England Revolution joined them by capturing the Supporters' Shield. On Saturday, the Revs clinched the regular-season title without kicking a ball....
New York City FC enjoyed a memorable evening on Saturday with a 6-0 win against D.C. United. Here are Five Points from the biggest win in Club history. If Thiago Andrade was looking to etch his name into the NYCFC history books he did just that on Saturday. The Brazilian...
Goals had been hard to come by for New York City FC over recent weeks, but you wouldn’t have known it after Saturday’s historic win over D.C. United. NYCFC scored four first-half tallies in a 6-0 triumph with striker Valentin Castellanos contributing two, snapping his four-match goal-less streak in the process. It was the first time in club history that NYCFC scored six goals in a league match, which helped the club snap a six-match winless run at an important time of the regular season.
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NYCFC (12-11-8, 44 points) moved up from eighth to fifth in the crowded Eastern Conference race. It emphatically snapped a six-game winless skid that saw them score twice overall and none in a club-record 509 minutes before Gudmundur Thorarinsson scored on a free kick in the 90th minute of a 1-1 draw at Atlanta on Wednesday.
In one of the biggest games of the season, D.C. United produced its worst night at the office in 2021, falling 6-0 to NYCFC. United were down 3-0 by the 11th minute, and never looked like mounting a comeback. Valentín Castellanos scored two of those early goals, and even using all five substitutions at halftime couldn’t spark a response from the Black-and-Red.
After two frustrating results at home, D.C. United has made the trip to the Bronx to take on NYCFC in a game that has massive implications in the MLS playoff race. Both sides enter the game on 41 points, with United ahead of the Pigeons by virtue of the games won tiebreaker. That means that at the moment, the Black-and-Red would get the last playoff spot available in the East, while New York City would miss out.
New York Post
Thiago Andrade scored 36 seconds into the game, Valentín Castellanos added two goals and New York City FC set a franchise record for goals in its 6-0 win over D.C. United on Saturday night at Yankee Stadium. Malte Amundsen ran onto a through ball by Santiago Rodríguez and rolled a...