The Frank Worthington debacle Although much improved, the Fury remained an inconsistent side. Through April, the team was 2-4. However, help was on the way with the arrival of Ball and the acquisition of another goal scorer, Frank Worthington, on loan from Bolton. Worthington finished the 1978-79 season as the […]
Author: Steve Holroyd
Steve Holroyd’s look at the history of the Philadelphia Fury continues.
Part one of a history of the Philadelphia Fury of the original NASL.
Steve Holroyd on the remarkable record of the Ukrainian Nationals, which included four US Open Cup titles between 1960 and 1966.
Steve Holroyd on what happened the last time two professional soccer leagues were rivals for Division I status in 1967.
Looking back over ASL I, the NASL, and MLS, which teams were the most dominant? Steve Holroyd explores.
Steve Holroyd performs some statistical leveling to determine the all-time top 15 US pro soccer teams.
The ASL in the 1920s has been called the “golden age” of American soccer. Some older fans argue that the NASL was “better” than MLS. What do the numbers say.
A look at the all-time leading American-born goalscorer in the original NASL.
Steve Holroyd on Billy Gonsalves, one of the greatest players the US has ever produced.