IMPACT WINS 2-1 IN MILWAUKEE

Milwaukee, Wisconsin – Nick DeSantis scored his second goal of the game on a penalty shot at the 73rd minute to help the Impact come from behind and beat the Milwaukee Rampage 2-1 last night at Uihlein Soccer Park.

“Milwaukee is fighting for a spot in the playoffs and they played with a lot of intensity. We came back from behind to win this game and it’s a very good sign for us when you know we only have one game left before the playoffs,” said DeSantis.

However, the Impact will have to play without last night hero until September 15th. Indeed, DeSantis is now going to join the Canadian National Team who will be playing two World Cup qualifying games against Jamaica and El Salvador.

Milwaukee took the lead 1-0 at the 49th minute after a goal by captain Jon Szczepanski on a penalty shot. The penalty shot was awarded after Carl Fletcher tripped David Marshall in the penalty box. Nick DeSantis scored for Montreal 13 minutes later after he got a pass by Giuliano Oliviero.

The Milwaukee Rampage got more scoring chances in the first half. Jason Willan was frustrated two times by Paolo Ceccarelli. Mauro Biello got the best scoring chance of the Impact at the fourth minute when his shot got stopped by goalkeeper Carmine Isacco after receiving a nice pass by Darko Kolic.

Darren Tilley and Bill Sedgewick were not in uniform. Both players were serving a one game suspension because of an accumulation of too many yellow cards.

5 SEPTEMBRE 1997 @ TORONTO

IMPACT DE MONTRÉAL 2
P. Ceccarelli, J. Limniatis, P. Diotte, C. Fletcher, B. Xavier, L. Hooper, G. Oliviero (N. Pizzolitto, 72), B. Sedgewick, M. Biello, O. Lowe, D. Tilley (G. Needham, 76)

TORONTO 1
R. Harapyn, F. Spadafina, R. Titus, P. Mossavat (R. Gamble, 84), K. Holness, R. Golen (C. D’Onofrio, 55), M. Dugas, L. Gong, E. Thomas, T. St-Louis, P. Staltieri

MTL TOR
9 Tirs 9
5 Arrêts 3
24 Fautes 23
4 Corners 3
2 Hors-jeux 2
3/1 Avertissements/Expulsions 3/2

Buts
MTL: O. Lowe 8 (sans aide)
TOR: T. St-Louis 13 (R. Titus)
MTL: M. Biello 62 (B. Xavier)
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Avertissements/Expulsions
MTL: J. Limniatis 14 (C)
MTL: O. Lowe 25 (C)
MTL: O. Lowe 25 (C)
MTL: O. Lowe 25 (E)
TOR: P. Mossavat 31 (C)
TOR: M. Dugas 41 (C)
TOR: F. Spadafina 45 (E)
TOR: P. Staltieri 45 (C)
TOR: P. Pinizzotto (E)

Arbitres
Tony Camacho, Russ Hepworth, Glenn Silas, Zoran Kristo

Stade
Varsity

Ass.
1254

IMPACT ADVANCES TO SECOND ROUND

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Montreal, Quebec – The Montreal Impact beat the Toronto Lynx 4-0 yesterday at the Claude-Robillard Stadium. By doing so, Montreal now advances to the second round of the playoffs.

Darren Tilley, who started the season with Toronto before coming to Montreal in a July trade, was the big star of the game. Tilley became the first player in the Impact history to get a hat trick in one game.

Of course, It was nice to score three goals but what I like the most is to see that our team is very confident. Everything is working well and we now have to focus on our next opponents: the Long Island Rough Riders, said the Britisk striker after the game.

Tilley scored his first goal on a penalty kick in the 17th minute. Referee Johnny Jerome awarded the kick when Bill Sedgewick was pulled down by Elvis Thomas in the box. Tilley scored his two other goals in the 25th and 26th minutes.

Bill Sedgewick scored the fourth goal seconds before halftime when he deflected a shot by Bruno Xavier.

The series against the Rough Riders will start next Friday night (8:00 p.m.) at Hofstra Stadium in Long Island.

IMPACT ENDS HIS SEASON ON A GOOD NOTE

Blaine, Minnesota – The Montreal Impact beat the Minnesota Thunder 4-0 Sunday night in its last regular-season game. The game was played at the National Sports Center in front of a crowd of 3,867 disappointed Thunder fans . Because of this loss, Minnesota is now officially out of the playoffs.

The two clubs faced each other for the first time on August 24th in Montreal. The Impact also won 4-0 and Darren Tilley was named the game’s first star after getting one goal and three assists.

Tilley really seems to enjoy playing against the Thunder. Indeed, he scored twice last Sunday including the first goal of the game after a nice play by Onandi Lowe on the left side of the penalty area.

It was a first start for Onandi Lowe since he fractured his right foot on July 16th in Montreal during a game against the Raleigh Flyers. The men with the red shoes also scored a spectacular goal at the 74th minute of play.

“I feel goof even if I’m not 100 %. The playoffs are about to start and I know I can help the team. We’ve just won our last five games of the regular season and I think it shows that our team is ready for the playoffs,” said the Jamaican forward a few minutes after the game.

Darren Tilley and Darko Kolic scored the two other goals unassisted in the last minutes of the game.

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Paolo Ceccarelli got a day-off from his coach and the young Ricky Tangredi was in front of the net for Montreal. Tangredi did very well and got a second shutout in two starts this season.

Giuliano Oliviero didn’t dressed up. The native of British Columbia was serving a one game suspension because of an accumulation of too many yellow cards.

The Impact’s record in 1997 is 21 wins and seven losses for a total of 61 points. The Montreal team finished first overall in the A-League.

The Impact will play its first playoff s game Friday, September 5th against the Lynx in Toronto.

10 JUILLET 1996 @ MONTRÉAL

IMPACT DE MONTRÉAL 3 
P. Ceccarelli, N. DeSantis, J. Limniatis, P. Diotte, C. Fletcher, L. Hooper, R. Doliscat (78:00), K. Holness, M. Biello (33:00), G. Romanello (53:00), L. Barker, J. deVos , O. Lowe (37:00), I. Carter (12:00)

ROCHESTER RHINOS 0
B. Andracki, Y. Smotrich, R. Rivas, T. Tanner, D. Kelly, Y. McKay, F. Dauda (45:00), C. Hopfinger (45:00), K. Debrah (76:00), H. Marinaro, L. Steenkamp, M. Rizi(45:00), D. Miller (45:00), T. Ashe (14:00)

ROC MTL
10 Tirs 16
4 Arrèts 7
17 Fautes 11
1 Coins 5
0 Hors-jeux 4
2/0 Avertissements/Expulsions 3/0

Buts
MTL: Romanello (deVos) 41
MTL: Barker (Lowe) 62
MTL: Lowe (Diotte) 73
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Avertissements
MTL: Doliscat 7 (C)
ROC: Tanner 15 (C)
MTL: Barker 28 (C)
ROC: Andracki 65 (C)
MTL: Lowe 65 (C)

Arbitres/Referees
J. Godon, M. Plante, E. Roy, L. Pulgar

Stade
Centre Claude-Robillard

Ass.
5342

SOCCER 12 MONTHS A YEAR

Montreal, August 14, 1997 – The Montreal Impact management announced today at the Molson Centre that there will be professional indoor soccer in Montreal starting in October. The Impact is part of the A-League during the summer months and will now continue during the winter months in the NPSL, the premier indoor soccer league in North America consisting of 13 teams.

“Indoor soccer is a very fast and spectacular sport similar to hockey and basketball and where many goals are scored. Our fans will have the opportunity to cheer their favorite team twelve months a year while enjoying two differents types of entertaining soccer,” Saputo said.

Among the guests presents were Montreal Mayor, Mr. Pierre Bourque and NPSL Commissioner, Mr. Steve Paxos. Paxos mentionned that he was delighted of the arrival of Montreal in the league. “Their track record is one of great success. The Impact is a very professional organization devoted to soccer. Montreal fans could not have found better people to represent their city across North America,” he said.

The NPSL regular season starts in October and ends in March. Each team will play 40 games. All the Impact home games will be played at the Molson Centre. Tickets prices will vary from 8 $ to 14 $ (plus taxes and services) in the red section. It will be possible to purchase tickets from the Montreal Impact, the Molson Centre and the Réseau Admission. Season tickets will go on sale tomorrow at the Molson Centre (514) 989-2841 and at the Montreal Impact office (514) 328-3668.

12 JUILLET 1996 @ ROCHESTER

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IMPACT DE MONTRÉAL 2 
P. Ceccarelli, R. Doliscat, I. Carter (68:00), N. DeSantis, J. deVos, L. Hooper, C. Fletcher, J. Limniatis, O. Lowe, L. Barker, P. Diotte, K. Holness (22:00)

ROCHESTER RHINOS 3
B. Andracki, L. Minott (37:00), Y. Smotrich, R. Rivas, T. Tanner, D. Kelly, Y. Mackay, T. Wurdack (77:00), D. Miller, H. Marinaro, L. Steenkamp, F. Dauda, K. Debrah (13:00), T. Tanner (2:00)

ROC MTL
22 Tirs 13
6 Arrèts 12
19 Fautes 18
8 Coins 5
2 Hors-jeux 0
1/0 Avertissements/Expulsions 3/0

Buts
MTL: Lowe (Carter) 15
MTL: Lowe 35
ROC: Miller 43
ROC: Miller (Rivas) 63
ROC: Miller (Marinaro) 89

Avertissements
MTL: DeSantis 7 (C)
ROC: Minott 35 (C)
MTL: Lowe 60 (C)

Arbitres
C.Barkey, D.Lingle, F.Adamec, S.Baum

Stade
Frontier Field

Ass.
14 717

7 SEPTEMBRE 1997 @ MONTRÉAL

TOR
14 Tirs 14
7 Arrêts 3
19 Fautes 16
5 Corners 5
2 Hors-jeux 2
1/0 Avertissements/Expulsions 2/0

Buts
MTL: D. Tilley 17 (pénalité)
MTL: D. Tilley 25 (L. Barker, B. Sedgewick)
MTL: D. Tilley 26 (G. Oliviero)
MTL: B. Sedgewick 45 (B. Xavier)

Avertissements/Expulsions
TOR: E. Thomas 16 (C)
TOR: P. Stalteri 20 (C)
MTL: D. Tilley 23 (C)

Arbitres
Johnny Jerome, Eric Roy, Guy Verna, Yannick Plante

Stade
Claude-Robillard

Ass.
4138

IMPACT SKINS WOLVES 2- 0

Montreal, Quebec – The Montreal Impact beat the Connecticut Wolves 2-0 before a season-high crowd of 7,083 at Claude-Robillard Stadium. It was the second win in two games this season for the Impact against the Wolves.

The Impact had a strong first half and scored two goals. After a nice pass by Nick DeSantis, Giuliano Oliviero scored his fourth this season with a nice header in the 4th minute. Darren Tilley scored the Impact s second goal in the 36th minute. Tilley’s goal came off of a Mauro Biello’s pass that deflected off Darko Kolic. It was the 10th goal of Darren Tilley this season.

In the second half, no goals were scored, eventhough the Impact played with a one man advantage for the last 36th minutes. Connecticut’s Paulo Dos Santos was ejected in the 54th minute for punching Bill Sedgewick. After this incident, Wolves keeper Adegboyaga Oshoniyi did some nice saves including one on a penalty kick by Lloyd Barker in the 86th minute.

The Impact plays its final regular-season home game Sunday afternoon (4:00 pm) against the Minnesota Thunder.