August 3, 2011
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Local fans will get their chance to see a star Wednesday. Mexican standout Cuauhtemoc Blano and his Irapuato FC teammates will face the Atlanta Silverbacks near Spaghetti Junction at 7 p.m.
MONTREAL — The Atlanta Silverbacks fell to the Montreal Impact 4-0 Sunday night at Saputo Stadium in Montreal.
BAYAMON,, Puerto Rico — The Atlanta Silverbacks fell to the Puerto Rico Islanders 2-0 on Wednesday night.
The Atlanta Silverbacks announced the signing Tuesday of midfielder Nico Colaluca.
ATLANTA — The Atlanta Silverbacks defeated FC Tampa Bay 2-1 Saturday night in front of a crowd of 3,515 fans at Atlanta Silverbacks Park. The win extended Atlanta’s unbeaten streak to three games and snapped Tampa Bay’s five-game unbeaten streak.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — The Atlanta Silverbacks held off a late surge from the Fort Lauderdale Strikers on Saturday night, earning a 3-2 win at Lockhart Stadium.
CARY, N.C. — The last-place Silverbacks hung with the first-place RailHawks for 80 minutes Saturday, both teams failing to score for most of the game.
BLAINE, Minn. — The Silverbacks were handed their fourth loss of the season Saturday, this one a 3-0 defeat at Minnesota.
It’s been nearly two and a half years, but men’s pro soccer is back in town.
Jimmy Maurer, a St. Pius grad and Lawrenceville native, was one of four players the Atlanta Silverbacks announced the signings of Thursday to add depth as the April 9 season opener approaches.
Soccer fans who want to meet the new Atlanta Silverbacks can do so at a party Tuesday at Brewhouse Cafe in Little Five Points.
On their first day of team workouts Monday, the Atlanta Silverbacks announced the additions of two midfielders and a central defender.
Coach Jose Manuel Abundis has three more options for goal-scoring with the signing of three more players to the Silverbacks roster.
ATLANTA — Midfielder Fernando Gonzalez signed with the Atlanta Silverbacks on Monday, becoming the fifth player to sign with the club.
The Atlanta Silverbacks signed four players this week, the first move in filling out the club’s roster as it rebuilds.