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Queen City Football Chronicle turns two #QCFCTURNS2
New season, more coverage
 
Published Wednesday, February 14, 2018 11:57 am
by Ashley Mahoney

 

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#QCFCTURNS2

Feb. 18, 2016...

It seems like yesterday we were debating the way soccer is covered in this town.
Two years later, we’ve grown, and you’ve grown with us. You’ve ridden the proverbial
Memorial Stadium merry-go-round, seen an MLS4CLT bid come and go, watched
several NCAA tournament bids, conference championships, PDL champions and
USL sagas come through Charlotte.
Since we started, The Charlotte Post has launched Sports Charlotte podcast, which
has featured Charlotte natives like Donnie Smith and Austin Yearwood. You’ve seen
training antics with Alex Martinez since the Charlotte Independence began. You’ve
joined on the sidelines of several International Champions Cup experiences.

Heading into our third season, meet the new teammates: 

1) A new logo.

2) More coverage.

3) This, our newsletter. Stay tuned for details.

From the first minute to extra time, we are your Charlotte soccer source.

Meet Kevan George
A recent addition to the Charlotte Independence midfield, George returns to Charlotte for club, but initially came for country.

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