Chattanooga/Sonic Final

Discussion in 'NPSL' started by Skippysasquirrel, Jul 29, 2012.

  1. Skippysasquirrel

    Skippysasquirrel Member

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    Congrats to FC Sonic on the win. It was a pretty fun game from a third party-perspective (although, after a while, I was cheering for Chattanooga, got caught up in the hype of their supporters...).


  2. msilverstein47

    msilverstein47 BigSoccer Supporter

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    FT Sonic wins 1-0 over ChattanoogaFC @ NPSLFinals
    was it a good crowd Skippy?
  3. Skippysasquirrel

    Skippysasquirrel Member

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    It's tough for me to gauge, as I've only ever been to one other NPSL game (SD Derby, so everyone was an in town fan and skewed the results a bit). I'd say so. Over 100, probably well under 150 though. Not bad considering both clubs were from about 2000 miles away.

    I did see a couple of Pennsylvania plates in the parking lot, so at least someone was making a drive for it!
  4. kenntomasch

    kenntomasch Member+

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    Wasn't this supposed to be the "I'm not sayin', I'm just sayin', here's a chance to show the NASL something" deal?


  5. Skippysasquirrel

    Skippysasquirrel Member

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    Yeah, we showed them...

    EDIT: :rolleyes:
  6. keem-o-sabi

    keem-o-sabi Member

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    Well done Sonic! I think that was retribution for losing to them in the 2010 match in Madison, AL if I remember correctly. Have been to the finals 3 times and won twice. Congrats (they were known as the PA Stoners before being sponsored by Sonic - which included the name change).
  7. msilverstein47

    msilverstein47 BigSoccer Supporter

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    having just found out that FC Sonic holds official 501C3 non-profit status under the Soccer Association of the Lehigh Valley, I will make a small donation.

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