Duluth Look to Return to Playoff Contention with Win Over City

Duluth FC vs. Minneapolis City
Duluth, MN
7.7.19 | Game 11

Current 2019 Records (W-L-T):
Duluth: 2-0-2; 5-1-0 at home/on the road
City: 4-1-0; 4-0-1 at home/on the road

Duluth will host the first of its last two home matches of the 2019 regular season this Sunday, facing off against top-of-the-table Minneapolis City. The match could prove an absolutely vital result for either club. City are top of the conference with 25 points in 10 games, while Med City sit behind them with 24 points and Duluth with 23. Minneapolis and Med City play in the final week of the conference, meaning that a vast range of possible table positions await the three clubs depending on how they perform against one another.

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Duluth Return to Winning Ways with Strong Victory in La Crosse

Duluth FC vs. La Crosse Aris
La Crosse, WI
6.30.19 | Game 10

Current 2019 Records (W-L-T):
Duluth: 2-0-2; 4-1-0 at home/on the road
Aris: 1-4-0; 0-4-0 at home/on the road

Lineup: Alberto Ciroi, Liam Condone, Ronaldo Fortune, Aidan Hill, Carlyle Junior, Soham Kathuria, Julio Neto, Brooks Rice, Jake Starling, Damia Viader, James Westfield
Substitutions: Adrian Leal for Brooks Rice, Jordan Alonge for Ronaldo Fortune, Nico Torres for Soham Kathuria, Leonardo Almeida for James Westfield, Charlie Evans for Carlyle Junior

Goals:
’31 – James Westfield (DFC)
’49 – Soham Kathuria (DFC)
’73 – Nicolas Torres (DFC)

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Duluth Suffer First League Defeat of 2019 in Rochester

Duluth FC vs. Med City
Rochester, MN
6.22.19 | Game 9

Current 2019 Records (W-L-T):
Duluth: 2-0-2; 3-1-0 at home/on the road
Med City: 2-0-2; 4-0-1 at home/on the road

Lineup: Sullivan Lauderdale, James Westfield, Soham Kathuria, Jake Starling, Brooks Rice, Lucas Jacobs, Ronaldo Fortune, George Proctor, Damia Viader, Dorian Barberio, Carlyle Junior
Substitutions: Liam Condone for Soham Kathuria, Julio Neto for Liam Condone, Nico Torres for Ronaldo Fortune, Aidan Hill for Dorian Barberio, Adrian Leal for James Westfield, Jordan Alonge for Carlyle Junior

Goals:
’71 – Niklas Rossler (MCFC)
’77 – Francisco Neto (MCFC)
’86 – Lucas Jacobs (DFC)
’88 – Jack Hilton Jones (MCFC)

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