Tag Archive | Jesus Medina

NOTES & QUOTES: New York City FC 3 – 2 Houston Dynamo

New York City FC returned home to the Bronx to celebrate Brooklyn Borough Night and take on the Houston Dynamo. As City looked to defeat the Dynamo at home for the first time in their short five seasons Dome Torrent made numerous changes to his Starting XI after the road defeat to RSL last weekend. Eric […]

NOTES & QUOTES: Orlando City SC 1 -1 New York City FC: Orlando Advances On Penalties

NYCFC reached the quarterfinals of the Open Cup for the first time thanks to victories over North Carolina FC and D.C. United and made a second trip to the Orlando in 2019, following the MLS opening day draw. Dome Torrent welcomed Héber back to the starting XI after the Brazilian’s hamstring injury, while Jesus Medina […]

Montreal Impact 0 – 2 New York City FC

New York City FC was back on the road today kicking off a four week away stretch against the Montreal Impact. The teams previously met at Yankee Stadium on April 6th for a goalless draw. This time was different though, as the Boys in Blue brought the goals out and locked down the Impact attack […]

NOTES & QUOTES: New York City FC 2 – 2 Los Angeles FC

NYCFC welcomed LAFC to the Bronx for the first time aiming for that first W of the season following draws vs. Orlando and D.C. It marked the second meeting between the sides, following the 2-2 tie at Banc of California Stadium in 2018. Dome Torrent made two changes to his line-up, bringing in Ronald Matarrita […]

New York City FC Sign Romanian International Alexandru Mitriță

New York City FC today announced that Alexandru Mitriță has joined the Club as a Designated Player on a permanent transfer from Romanian Liga I club Universitatea Craiova pending receipt of ITC/Visa. The 23-year-old Romanian international, who can play as an attacking midfielder, winger or forward, is the Club’s third designated player and has signed a […]

New York CIty FC Suffers Tough 2-1 Loss to Minnesota United

New York City FC embarked on their first-ever trip to Minnesota with their passport to the MLS Playoffs freshly-stamped following a 2-0 midweek win over Chicago. Domènec Torrent made five changes to his lineup, bringing in Eloi Amagat, Jo Inge Berget, Alexander Callens, Valentin Castellanos and Sebastien Ibeagha. Facing off against a Minnesota side who proved […]

New York City FC Suffers tough 2-0 loss to the Philadelphia Union

City looked to tighten the race for the Supporters Shield against Atlanta and New York Red Bulls in the City of Brotherly Love, but were left looking for answers after a promising start in the first half. Head Coach Domenéc Torrent tinkered with both the attack and defense, starting Jo Inge Berget alongside the duo […]