SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Real Sao Paulo used an all-around effort Sunday morning to punish Berenice SC Reserves 6-2 at Polo Fields #1, regaining their confidence and achieving the same score of the first game against them. With the win, the tricolores renewed their chances of winning the league since the previous leaders SFIAC lost their game to SF City FC.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Real Sao Paulo coach Fabio talked about starting stronger, and his team responded with a dominant 35 minutes in the first half. But it didn’t matter much as the Martin Macks counterattacked their way to a 3-1 win at Polo Fields #2 on Sunday morning. The victory puts Martin Macks closer to the top 4 in the league while the loss puts Real five points behind the leaders now.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Real Sao Paulo F.C. got its first tie of the 2010 season on Sunday, playing against SC Bosnajci at the Polo Fields #2. With three players suspended and other four of the starters unable to participate, Real had to bring most of the reserves to the pitch and the 3-3 tie actually ended up better than expected, although the tricolores lost important points on their fight for the league title.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Although Real Sao Paulo FC still managed to remain in the first position of the league table after the 1-0 loss to Club Marin Reserves last Sunday at the terrible West Sunset field, the defeat caused a lot of frustration because of the performance by the main referee who called a penalty for Real and then decided to revert it back to goal kick after "checking" with the AR.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Real Sao Paulo F.C. kept climbing up in the SFSFL 1st Division league table on Sunday, downing Melchester Rovers 1-0 at the Crocker Amazon field. A late second-half goal from Leandro Monteiro assisted by Breno Batista was the difference as the visitors won their seventh game in a total of eight played this season so far.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- It would be easy to write off Real’s 4-0 victory against SF Vikings on Sunday at the Polo Fields #6, but it would be a mistake to do so. One could say that the Vikings were an easy opponent at the last positions of the table and that by itself was an evidence that they were not in top form when the team stepped onto the field against Real. Well, one would be wrong.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Early on in the 2010 season, Real Sao Paulo have had several challenges, from playing in terrible fields to some injuries to incorporating new players into the starting lineup. But Sundays’s challenge was unique as Real had to face AC Milan on the Polo Fields #2 for the lead of the league. Real continued their torrid pace with a crushing 5-0 win over the AC Milan.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Real Sao Paulo F.C exploded for their second offensive masterclass this year against South City FC. The opponent was a known one from the 2008 season when the tricolores still played in the 2nd division of the SFSFL. Real controlled the game the whole time and pulled a 5-1 victory last Sunday morning at the Polo Fields #1.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Two goals from forward Mauro Pinheiro were enough for Real Sao Paulo F.C to get an important win against SF Celtic Reserves and keep the team in the top of the 2010 SFSFL First Division table. Despite of the terrible rainy weather and the controversial calls by the unexperienced main referee, Real battled back to earn a 2-1 victory at last Sunday morning at the Polo Fields #1.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Real Sao Paulo FC didn’t lack for chances in their 1-0 loss to SF City FC, nor did they play a conservative match last Sunday at the Polo Fields #4. The home side directed 29 shots on SF City's net against only 6 shots in the opposite direction. However, that goal never came, making SF City’s opportunistic first-half strike off defense mistake the difference on the match.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Gustavo's first hat trick of the season and Leandro's ability to convert apparently lost chances propelled Real Sao Paulo to their second consecutive victory and into a tie for first place with Melchester Rovers in the SFSFL 1st division. The 6-2 result this last Sunday at Polo Fields #3 against Berenice Reserves gave coach Fabio the results of which he was dreaming for the start of the season.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- It was a busy offseason for Real Sao Paulo F.C. Practices three times a week, tournaments, and several friendly games over the last months. A roster composed by the main players from last year was supplemented with key, motivated new players. It all came together contributing for Real's first win on the first game of the 2010 season by 1-0 last Sunday at Polo Fields #1 against Martin Macks.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Despite the frustrated tentatives by Tyneside to prevent it from happening, Real Sao Paulo F.C. shined in their final game of the season, defeating them for the second time this year, this time by 2-0, last Sunday at Crocker Amazon #3. Real not only proved its dominance in the derby, but also prevented the rivals from taking the trophy and guaranteed the 3rd place in the 2009 league table.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Real Sao Paulo nailed another important win by 2-1 against Martin Macks this last Sunday at Beach Chalet #1. The team was lead by the outstanding play of Mauro Pinheiro. The team forward was active all afternoon, creating much of Real's offense with solid marking and clever off-the-ball movement. His two goals regained the 3rd position in the league table for Real.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Club Marin Reserves took advantage of the long throw-ins inside the small box behind Real's substitute goalkeeper Vitor Ohtsuki and of an inexperient referee penalty call, and put an end to the Real Sao Paulo 10-game unbeaten streak, winning 4-2 on Sunday afternoon at Beach Chalet #1 field. The team now depends on some results to finish in the first two positions securing promotion to the Majors division.