Schwartz: With A New Lease On Life, Cosmos Now Want Their Captain BackOver the last couple of months, there has been a spectrum of emotions surrounding the New York Cosmos' players, coaches, staff, and fans.
New York Cosmos Announce New Majority OwnerThe team announced Tuesday that Rocco Commisso, CEO of Mediacom Communications Corp., the nation’s fifth largest cable television company, has purchased a majority stake in the North American Soccer League franchise.
Cosmos Announce They'll Return To NASL In 2017The move comes after the U.S. Soccer Board of Directors voted Friday to give the NASL provisional Division II status.
WFAN.com Exclusive: Cosmos Met With Lizards Owner About Investing 'Years Ago'We now know that the Cosmos are in limbo and the stadium is not going to be built, but now we also know that those discussions between the Cosmos and the Lizards didn’t go very well.
Peter Schwartz's Futbol Friday: Mixed Emotions For Local Pro SoccerAmid reports that the NASL is teetering on going out of business and the Cosmos are ceasing operations, the future of the current-day squad is very much up in the air.
WFAN.com Exclusive: Source Says Reports Of Cosmos' Demise ExaggeratedThe 2016 season certainly brought about a spectrum of emotions for the Cosmos players, coaches, staff, and fans.
Schwartz: Question For Futbol Friday: Are Cosmos Bound For Brooklyn?Stop me if you’ve heard this before. A professional team with multiple championships leaves Long Island.
New York Cosmos Beat Indy Eleven, Win NASL Title For 3rd Time In 4 YearsThe New York Cosmos won the North American Soccer League title for the third time in four years Sunday.
Schwartz: Cosmos To Play For 8th NASL Soccer Bowl Title SundayThis Sunday, the Cosmos will play for their eighth Soccer Bowl title when they host the Indy Eleven in the NASL Championship final at Belson Stadium on the campus of St. John’s University.
Schwartz: Get Ready For A Weekend Packed With Soccer ExcitementThis weekend, there will be a soccer buzz that we’ve never quite seen before and that will run through Long Island, New Jersey and the Bronx, where the region's three top teams are all in action at home in the playoffs.
Schwartz: Cosmos Star Hunter Freeman Bids FarewellIn an unusual situation, Freeman played two final matchesfor the Cosmos knowing that his time with New York was over.
Schwartz: Perhaps The NASL's Greatest Rivalry Resumes SaturdayOver the last two years, the Red Bulls and NYCFC have built up a pretty heated rivalry in Major League Soccer. But there’s another rivalry involving a local soccer team that dates back to the 1970s.

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