Quizá Gavino Carranza no participe en otro partido del FC Tucson, pero sigue siendo el futuro del club.
All of the advantages FC Tucson expected to have going into Sunday night's vital match appeared to be swept away with the monsoon that arrived about an hour before the scheduled kickoff.
Saturday night's match couldn't equal the significance of FC Tucson's other home affair against a Valley of the Sun team earlier in the season.
The marquee matchup between FC Tucson and division leader Fresno had plenty of tension and its fair share of contentiousness.
The first time midfielder David Clemens stepped on a field in Arizona, he impressed his coaches and teammates.
FC Tucson goalkeeper Dallas Jaye gave up just one goal in the first game the team played in the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup against Phoenix FC.
Dallas Jaye, a latecomer to FC Tucson, says a goalie's job is never safe and that he is working to become better.
Guess you could say the eyes of Texas have been upon FC Tucson's goalkeeper lately.
Guess you could say the eyes of Texas have been upon FC Tucson’s goalkeeper lately.
FC Tucson coach Rick Schantz, right, goes over some ball-control skills with Travis Campbell, a defender who grew up in Phoenix and can't wait to face FC Phoenix.
Don't expect to see cars driving around town with bumper stickers pronouncing, "My favorite teams are FC Tucson and whoever's playing Phoenix FC."
Wearing blue Freedom Soccer Club uniforms, three members of the Tucker family - left to right, Ellie, 9; Gabriel, 3; and Hannah, 6 - help with the groundbreaking on a new Kino Sports Complex stadium.
There were more soccer shorts than dress shirts at Thursday's Kino Sports Complex stadium groundbreaking.
The opening match of the third annual Desert Diamond Cup hardly looked like a go-through-the-motions preseason affair.
Keeper Luis Robles, born at Fort Huachuca and raised in Sierra Vista, has a chance to stick in the MLS. He joined the New York Red Bulls midway through last season.
Soccer is the world's game. It's unlikely there's anyone in Tucson that knows the world and her game better than Ramon Bernedo.
Colorado's Dillon Serna (17) tries to cut back against a Portland defender during the first match of a tripleheader at Kino Sports Complex.
Tuesday was a marathon. Not the 26.2-mile type, but still an endurance event that few would attempt, much less finish.