Semi Final: Gunners 7 Saints 5 - Final

End of the Line

ST.LOUIS, MO. - The second time in the BSL Semi Finals, and another exit. The Saints played hard and scored 5 points from 5 different players, but it was not enough against the Honors Trophy winner Gunners. "There is no shame in the way this club is exiting the playoffs and ending the season. It was a successful year. The Saints won 10 games and amassed 35 Points on the season. The Saints finished in the top 4 in the BSL standings. The Saints came within one win of representing in the Majors Cup. There is no shame here" said the Gateway United owner.

I wish Capital District and Gold Coast a compelling championship and the four BSL clubs success in the 2011 Majors Cup. The off season officially begins for this organization and with that reality the club announces it will RSVP for season 4. Thank you once again.


Best Foot Forward - Playoff Edition

ST.LOUIS, MO - Preparations for the Playoff Semi Final against the CD Gunners have been tense. "We've been this close before and want to advance further" said the Gateway United owner. The room for error in a single game elimination is very small. The players took questions this afternoon from the press and everyone was stressing patience and taking advantage of the opportunities when they are presented. The Starting roster for the Semi's will be Donovan, Davies, Mwanga, Quaranta, Jewsbury, Chara, Lindpere, Fernandez and Hesmer in goal. The Sub order, Ryan Johnson, Gordon, Mullan. Reserves, Perkins, Cruz. "We decided to play our high profile names first. Win or loss you have to put the best on the pitch and give them the minutes." said the Manager.


Stoners 5 Saints 3 - Final

Bad officiating and a couple of penalty kicks going to the wrong side and the Saints will not be representing the BSL in this years Majors Cup. "Sure we are disappointed. The passion to win can sometimes lead to disappointment." said the Gateway United owner. The playoffs are next!


Season Finale Against Stoners Sold Out

Gateway United fans are excited. Before the playoffs, the men in green need one more win to get into the Majors Cup. The noise factor is always a problem for opposing clubs, but with 58,400 plus fans cheering for the Saints, it will be almost impossible to hear the whistle at Money Bomb Stadium.