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Green FC vs. Core in US Open Cup Match: A Battle of Resilience and Determination

Vermont Green FC faced a tough opponent in Carolina Core during the US Open Cup match, but they managed to take a 1-0 lead in the first half. Fans and teammates alike were impressed with Vermont Green’s strong performance, with Nathan Schnur making five important saves to keep his team ahead.

However, the second half proved to be more challenging for Vermont Green. Carolina Core fought back with two goals, including a penalty by Papa Ndoye that leveled the score at 1-1 in the 60th minute and Joshua Rodriguez’s goal in the 70th minute. Despite having several opportunities to equalize, Vermont Green was unable to do so and ultimately lost 2-1.

After the game, head coach Adam Pfeifer expressed his appreciation for his team’s effort against a strong opponent. He also acknowledged the challenges they faced, but commended them for their resilience and determination throughout the match.

With their exit from the US Open Cup behind them, Vermont Green will now focus on preparing for their upcoming USL2 campaign. The team has some time to regroup and prepare before their first game on May 18th against Boston City. Coach Pfeifer is excited about what lies ahead and is looking forward to leading his team into another successful season of soccer.

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