Minnesota United FC currently sits in second place for the NASL Fall Season with 10 points from 4 games.
MUFC striker Christian Ramirez was recently named the NASL Player of the Week. He tops the NASL Golden Boot race with nine goals after notching a pair in a 2-1 win over Ottawa Fury FC. His incredible performance in Week 4 earned him the NASL Player of the Week for the second time this year.
"It's an honor to be named Player of the Week," Ramirez commented. "I'm humbled and thankful for my teammates and coaches for continuing to believe in me. I'm thankful to have been able to do my part this week in helping our team continue to fight to stay in the fight for the Fall season and that's what is most important."
The Tampa Bay Rowdies find themselves mid-table after claiming six points from four games played. Georgi Hristov is off to a hot start with five goals in 13 games.
Ottawa Fury FC set a modern-day NASL attendance record with the opening of TD Place on July 20th. The mark of 14,593 fans broke the previous attendance record of 13,151 held by the San Antonio Scorpions.
Three of four teams remaining in the PDL postseason were outfitted in Admiral. Michigan Bucks, Jersey Express, and Kitsap Pumas all trusted the iconic British brand for their kit needs this season.
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