Soccer Sound: US Open Cup Heroes Nick Noble and Rob Vincent

Photos with the help of MLS (r) | Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC (l)

PSN’s John Krysinsky welcomes Rob Vincent and Nick Noble, as they talk about their experience playing in the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup, also known as the US Open Cup, a cup tournament in American men’s soccer. It is the oldest football tournament in America.

This week, Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC will return to play in the Open Cup for the first time since 2019, when they host Maryland Bobcats FC in a second round match, Tuesday evening (7pm) at Highmark Stadium.

Vincent scored the winner of the Riverhounds SC match in May 2015, leading the Hounds further to the fourth round where they would face his next (then) DC United team.

Riverhounds progresses to US Open Cup; It will face DC United in the fourth round

Former Harrisburg City goalkeeper Nick Noble is also embroiled in controversy to discuss his experience with the City Islanders, who scored scores on MLS teams including a memorable back-to-back victory against the New England Revolution in 2012.

Each visitor remembers the madness of his playing days as a participant in the US Open Cup, as beginners and trained teams from the lower men’s soccer teams and the highest levels of men’s soccer in the United States the pyramid of football face the opposite. format.

John Krysinsky has covered football and other sports for many years in various publications and news outlets. He is also the author of ‘Miracle on the Mon’ – a book about Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC, which tells the story of the club, especially the early years of Highmark Stadium with a story that led to an amazing game that helped spark sparks. on the franchise. John has covered the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, DK Pittsburgh Sports, Pittsburgh Sports Report, has worked as a color analyst for Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC, and has worked with the OPTA Stats and US Open Cup and broadcast teams for the World Championships. . Krysinsky also worked as a Men’s Football Coach at his alma mater, Point Park University, where he led the Pioneers to a successful first season and playground (1996-98); head coach of North Catholic boys (2007-08), head coach of Shady Side Academy boys (2009-2014).

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