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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

NYCFC's Patrick Vieira slams NYRB's Jesse Marsch for influencing referee

The ESPN FC crew discuss NYCFC's struggles against their local rivals after a 4-1 loss to New York Red Bulls.
Patrick Viera and Jesse Marsch react to another tense match between NYCFC and New York Red Bulls, a 4-1 win for the Red Bulls.

New York City FC coach Patrick Vieira, whose team lost 4-1 to the New York Red Bulls on Sunday, was unhappy with counterpart Jesse Marsch's influence on the referee during the heated derby.

The Red Bulls stormed to a three-goal lead through goals from Bradley Wright-Phillips, Ronald Zubar and a penalty from Sacha Kljestan, before Thomas McNamara pulled one back two minutes before the break. Wright-Phillips added a fourth on 70 minutes while City's Norris Ethan White was sent off in the 89th minute.

The...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

New York Red Bulls defender Gideon Baah out with broken tibia

A tight back-and-forth affair was highlighted from some marvelous saves by both netminders, but no team could break the deadlock.

New York Red Bulls defender Gideon Baah suffered a broken tibia this past weekend and will miss four to five months of action, according to reports.

The Ghana international suffered a non-contact injury at the 22nd minute of the match against the Portland Timbers.

"To have this happen to him is painful for everyone," head coach Jesse Marsch told Red Bulls communications officer Eric Giacometti. 

Baah was the team's only free agent signing of the offseason.

Sporting KC tops East-leading NYCFC; Timbers earn road draw vs. Red Bulls

Sporting KC were able to grab three points at home after a few Josh Saunders gaffes in the net.

Jimmy Medranda scored his first-career MLS goal and Sporting Kansas City extended its unbeaten streak to five games with a 3-1 win over New York City FC on Sunday night.

Medranda blasted a left-footer, from well outside the box, past Josh Saunders into the back of the net to give Sporting (8-8-4) a 2-1 lead in the 16th minute.

Benny Feilhaber's tap-in goal, off the back of Saunders, opened the scoring in the eighth.

Frank Lampard tied it in the 14th minute, rolling a right-footer -- off the feed...