This week on 3rd Degree the Podcast, Buzz Carrick is joined by Denton Diablos owner Damon Gochneaur.
The National Premier Soccer League (NPSL) has canceled its 2020 summer season due to the Covid-19 virus.
The National Premier Soccer League (NPSL) has announced the schedule for local sides Fort Worth Vaqueros FC, Denton Diablos FC, and Dallas City FC for the 2020 season.
The Lone Star Conference in the NPSL, home to both the Denton Diablos and Fort Worth Vaqueros, will look rather different for the 2020 season.
The three local sides in the 2020 US Open Cup not named FD Dallas have learned who their second-round opponents will be if they advance out of the opening round.
All three Metroplex sides – Fort Worth Vaqueros and Denton Diablos of the NPSL as well as NTX Rayados of NTPSA – learned their first-round opponent in the 2020 US Open Cup this morning.
Fort Worth Vaqueros have qualified for the 2020 Lamar Hunt US Open Cup.
When US Soccer made the announcement of a schedule change for the 2020 US Open Cup, there was much speculation that teams in the NPSL and USL-2 wouldn’t be able to field teams due to their reliance on college players.
In an attempt to create more “David vs Goliath” matchups – their words, not mine – US Soccer has changed the competition format for the 2020 Lamar Hunt US Open Cup.
3rd Degree has confirmed that Fort Worth Vaqueros General Manager Tobias Xavier Lopez has resigned his position from the NPSL club.