FCB grabs road draw to move into Top 4

The Rust Belt Derby will stay in Detroit after Saturday’s 1-1 away draw against AFC Cleveland, but the more important detail from the match is that FC Buffalo has pulled into a playoff spot with the point gained.

Goalkeeper Andrew Coughlin was again stellar between the sticks, and Andrew Ferguson converted a Fox Slotemaker-won penalty kick to give FCB its goal.

The match was incredibly testy, and FC Buffalo was handed seven of the match’s nine yellow cards, a club record.

FCB is next in action on Friday at Erie, before Sunday’s second leg of the Upstate NY Derby, at home to Greater Binghamton FC. The first leg went 1-1 in Binghamton.


FCB: Coughlin; M. Ferguson, Slotemaker, Ross, Willings; Brandell (McFayden), Walter, Ekeze (Knapp), Dahl (Larocque), Rozzano (Mort); A. Ferguson (Pavone, 82′).

Goal: A. Ferguson (PK, 30′)

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