I know it won’t be easy! We will have plenty of challenges as a team on and off the field, as well as challenges as an organization, in the office and as a family in the locker room. However, we are determined to make sure that nothing gets in our way of reaching the peak of our potential. With all that in mind our first step was to solidify our coaching staff with professional experience. The addition of Marc Evans and Edgardo Amaro will strengthen the depth of our organization and will continue to challenge our local talented players both for the younger players and the more experienced. You won’t be disappointed!
May16May 16, 2018
Off the back of a tough loss away to OSA FC resulting in a 3-2 defeat, FCM Portland have their eyes firm on the first 3 points of the season against local rivals PDX FC. With the first upcoming home game featured at Buckman Park this Saturday 6pm, it only seems fitting to hear a word from the President and coach Sergio Medel.
As The President of FC Mulhouse Portland, I strive for a better season every year.
If you are reading this, I ask you for your support! I ask you to become one of us, to join our team, and cheer us on! We humbly want to represent you in our soccer community by playing passionate, entertaining, and fun football for you and our families.
Looking forward to see you on the sidelines/bleachers!
Finally I'm pleased to announce the launch of our new FCM Portland Website. It's been a long time coming with the re-branding of the club, I'm excited to say that moving forward you will be able to find all the information regarding this years NPSL Season including write ups of games, fixtures, results, local news and more. Just like our organization we are continuing to expand and learn from our experiences. The website is brand new and it's still missing bio's of all our signed players for this year. This will be updated as soon as possible. Thanks for being patient.
Review on FCM Portland Vs OSA FC:
It was a tail of two half's Sunday night up in Tukwila Washington where OSA FC faced off against FCM Portland. Both teams struggled the first half to find the back of the net. OSA FC possessed the ball for most of the first half, while FCM Portland looked to counter quickly creating a few near chances. At half time the score was tied 0-0. The tie was finally broken about 15 minutes into the second half when Geovani Vasquez of FCM dribbled down the side line and sent in a cross to be followed up by Evans Omani-China. OSA answered shortly after with two goals of their own to make the score 2-1. Within five minutes Cameron LaFleur didn't waste anytime scoring a powerful header from a corner to make the game 2-2.
OSA then finished the game off to make it 3-2 in the 83rd minute. With a few final attempts on goal and some late corners to try and equalize the game, OSA pulled out the win in a stunning and exciting finish. Final Score 3-2 OSA.