Slow Start For Windsor TFC

(WINDSOR, ON) – Windsor TFC has yet to finish on three attempts during the young 2019 season. Following a 1-nil loss at home to Alliance United on June 10, the side found themselves on the wrong side of a 2-nil score the following week.

Windsor’s Noah Pio controls the play in the midfield while being closely marked by a ProStars FC player during a League 1 Ontario match on 17 May 2019.
Photo by Ian Shalapata.

Windsor hosted ProStars FC on Friday, succumbing to the visitors despite having multiple chances on goal from close range. ProStars capitalized on a fast through ball in the 1st half and then added an insurance marker late in the match off a rebound after a tremendous save by keeper Kyle Vizirakis.

Windsor goalkeeper Kyle Vizirakis was called upon to make a number of close range saves during a match against ProStars FC on 17 May 2019.
Photo by Ian Shalapata.

The club joins four other winless squads at the bottom of the League 1 table. They look to turn their fortunes around May 27 when they travel to Unionville (0-1-2) on May 25. The following week they will visit Toronto Skillz FC (0-3-0) before returning to Alumni Field on June 1 to host Sigma FC (2-1-0).

Christian Campanico stretches to tip a dangerous shot away from the ProStars goal during a match against Windsor TFC on 17 May 2019. Windsor dropped the match 2-nil for their third loss in three tries.
Photo y Ian Shalapata.
Leo Fereirra DaSilva played a strong role in the midfield for Windsor TFC during a 2-nil loss to ProStars FC on 17 May 2019.
Photo by Ian Shalapata.

Feature image – Windsor’s Tyrone Mulder bests Adel Rahman of ProStars FC during a League 1 Ontario meeting at Alumni Field on 17 May 2019.<br>Photo by Ian Shalapata.

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