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 By Noah Davis

After brush with greatness in US Open Cup, Christos FC just wants to have fun

An amateur team sponsored by a local liquor store in Maryland, Christos FC made a Cinderella run to the U.S. Open cup's fourth round, in which D.C. United brought their dreams to an end. Scott Van Pelt explains how the run came to be.

BALTIMORE, Md. -- The fellas of Christos FC do many things well. They coach. They found companies. They are marketers and statisticians. But the two things they do best are play soccer together and drink beers together.

On a recent Friday night, a handful of them were doing the latter. They ostensibly came together on my behalf so I could meet members of the team that reached the fourth round of the 2017 US Open Cup. They even took a 1-0 lead against D.C. United before falling 4-1, the furthest...

NY Red Bulls don't view U.S. Open as 'throw-out' tournament - Marsch

Brian McBride breaks down the keys to the Open Cup final, but questions whether a defeat could ruin the Red Bulls' season.

Manager Jesse Marsch is adamant that the U.S. Open Cup is no "throw-out tournament" as his New York Red Bulls team gets set to take on Sporting Kansas City in the final (9 p.m. ET on ESPN 2/Deportes) of the annual competition for American clubs.

Marsch admits there were times when he first came to the club that many in the organization didn't treat the Open Cup as something to prioritize, but the 43-year-old boss says that's never been his attitude.

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