You can second-guess team selections all you like, but the toughest position to predict when it comes to the Boston City starting line up is the goalkeeper. For several reasons – injury, impressive form in training, giving his keepers an opportunity to shine – coach Michael Bustamante has selected three different players between the posts 

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Boston City FC switch home venues this week for the June 1 clash with the Brooklyn Italians and again on June 15, when the New York Cosmos come to town.  Both matches kick off at 7pm.  The 2,500-capacity Hormel Stadium, located at 90 Locust Street in Medford, will welcome the Lions for these two matches, 

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Boston City failed to build on Friday’s 2-1 win in Greater Lowell by falling 2-0 at home to the Rough Diamonds in Revere and had head coach Michael Bustamante and midfielder Samuel Deossa sent off in the dying minutes. When trailing 1-0 to Emmanuel Smith’s first half goal, the Lions (1-4-2) should have drawn level, 

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John Dumbuya scored twice as Boston City FC won for the first time this season, edging the Greater Lowell Rough Diamonds 2-1 in a closely contested match. The striker (pictured), who played for two seasons in Lowell earlier in his career, took his total to three goals in two matches having started for the first 

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Boston City FC (0-2-2) travels to New York state for the third match in a row and continues a four-match road trip on Saturday with a visit to the Brooklyn Italians (1-0-0) at 7pm on Saturday. The club’s National Premier Soccer League in the North Atlantic Conference picked up slightly with a midweek with a 

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Boston City halted a two-match losing streak and brought home a point from New York Athletic Club but were left frustrated as several chances to claim victory went begging. Coach Michael Bustamante remained in the heart of midfield and made two changes from the side beaten by the New York Cosmos on Saturday as Ralph 

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It’s the score that counts but Boston City’s determined performance deserved more than another lopsided defeat as they fell 5-0 away to the New York Cosmos. Two stunning free kicks from the often-unplayable Junior Burgos gave keeper Jason Katz no chance and a pair of goals from rebounds after fine saves proved the difference. The 

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