Kicked hard in the shin by the soccer gods, NTSC must pick itself up, dust itself off, and get results…fast.
Rapidly approaching the season’s crucial moments, NTSC is still building towards its best self.
North Texas SC is no longer extraordinary, but they are getting good results.
Two comfy, dominant wins for NTSC start the 2021 stretch run with pressure bearing down on both the club and its players.
North Texas still can’t seem to shift from second gear, but hey! At least Caiser Gomes is a good story.
In a rare loan from their USL League One side, FC Dallas adds some defensive depth for the remainder of the season.
The time in USL-1 is coming to an end for North Texas SC.
Pay close enough attention to NTSC and you will see some massive changes in personnel so far this season.
Come watch the greatest show on *checks info on Globe Life Park’s surface material* turf.
FC Dallas’ second team shifts its focus from all this preparation to performance.
"Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more; or close the website up with failed forecasts."
Is this post just an excuse for us to play around with a new USL1 data source? We’ll let you decide.
North Texas SC moved to add two trialist to their roster.
The good, young players are a huge part of the NTSC experience, so we need to talk about them.
North Texas will kick off their third season at the end of April.
We talk with NTSC’s most experienced player to get a glimpse of the life of an outsider in FC Dallas’ second team.
In an unsettling similarity to 2020, NTSC’s defense is just a huge, tangled mess of question marks for now.
Although player sales get the headlines, the Bayern relationship shapes FC Dallas in other ways.
2020 was a year and a season like no other, but the more things changed for North Texas, the more they stayed the same.