BOCA RATON FOOTBALL CLUB vs INTERNATIONAL SOCCER ASSOCIATION
Cypress Park, Coral Springs, FL
04/20/2019 | UPSL Week 6 | UPSL Game No. 5
4:00 p.m.
2019 Records (W-D-L):
BRFC: 3-0-1, (9 pts); 9 GF,  5 GA, +4 GD; 2-0-1 on the road; 3rd place
ISA:
2-0-0, (6 pts); 5 GF, 3 GA, +2 GD; 0-0-0 at home; 5th place

BOCA RATON, FL – After a successful home opener, Boca Raton FC will look to continue it’s winning ways as the club travels to Coral Springs to take on International Soccer Association at Cypress Park on Saturday, April 20 at 4pm.

After a solid 4-2 win at home versus Palm Beach Flames, Boca Raton FC will look to make it four in a row in a battle with ISA at Cypress Park.

ISA will look to get back into the playing soccer after being off 20 days since their last match, a 2-1 win on the road versus PSL United.

Head-to-Head Results:

This will be the first matchup between Boca Raton FC and ISA.

Players to Watch: Kevin Byrne

The cornerstone of the Boca Raton FC backline, Byrne has had a solid start to the season. Aside from the assist and goal so far this season, Byrne has been a crucial piece to the Boca Raton FC backline and will need to be ready for ISA’s attack that was able to score five goals in just two games.

Quotable

At practice on Thursday Coach Jim Rooney was asked about what the team has focused on in practice this week following a 4-2 win the the home opener:

On win versus Palm Beach Flames:

“We need to do better in closing out games. The win was an important one at home, but we can do better, we need to learn to close these games quicker than we did.”

On ISA:

“They are a young team, and they have had two great results so far this season, one of which was a win on the road versus the league leaders. We are going to take care of business on Saturday, we are familiar with the location, and to us, Cypress Park is our second home.”

On the team’s progression:

“We’ve had three solid wins, but now we need to really start focusing on closing out games better. Every training session is a battle and they have to fight for position. When a team has that [competition], it overall makes the entire team better.”

Injuries/Suspensions

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