Racing Louisville FC makes home debut with 2-2 draw against Orlando Pride

THE ORLANDO PRIDE. EVERYONE INSIDE THIS STADIUM ON SATURDAY WILL REMEMBER THIS NIGHT THE NIGHT THAT RACING LOU MADE ITS DEBUT A NEW CHAPTER IN THE RICH SPORTS HISTORY OF LOUISVILLE. IT WAS UNREAL. HONESTLY IT KIND OF TOOK MY BREATH AWAY AT FIRST I WAS SO EXCITED AND NERVOUS ALL DAY AND TH WE GOT HERE AND IT ACTUALLY FELT LIKE HOME FROM THE FIRST STEP. WE WERE ON IT DID NOT TAKE LONG FOR RACING TO SHOW THAT IT WAS COMFORTABLE CC KEIZER SCORED THE CLUB’S FIRST EVER GOAL IN THE 12TH. GIVING HER CLUB A QUICK ONE-NIL LEAD NOT ONLY WAS THAT THE FIRST BULLET SO IT WAS MY FIRST NPSO GOAL. SO IT MEANS A LOT TO ME PERSONALLY, AND I KNOW MEANS A LOT TO THE CLUB, SO IT’S JUST GREAT TO BE. THE LEAD THOUGH DID GO AWAY FOR WITH ORLANDO ACTUALLY TAKING A 2-1 LEAD AFTER SCORING IN THE 88TH MINUTE, B RACING NEVER PANICKED AS BROOKE HENDRICKS FOUND THE BACK OF THE NET IN STOPPAGE TIME. HAVE WE’RE NOT GONNA GIVE UP TO THE VERY VERY END AS YOU SAW AND I THINK THAT THERE’S A LOT OF YOU SAID SAID ABOUT OUR CHARACTER TONIGHT IN. WE LEARNED A LOT WHEN WE WERE PUT UNDER THE PRESSURE. I WAS VERY IMPRESSED BY THEIR ABILITY TO HOLD IT TOGETHER AND STAY IN CONTROL OF THOSE FIRST HALF MOMENTS, YOU KNOW WHO ARE ALL SO IMPRESSED THE SUPPORTERS DEFINITELY TREMENDOUS FROM THE RIGHT. GECKO. WE’VE HAD IT WE’VE TRIED TO CALL THE REALLY GOOD RELATIONSHIP WITH HIM AND AND TRY TO UNDERSTAND WHAT IT IS THAT THEY WANT TO SEE FROM THE TEAM AND MAKE SURE THAT WE HAVE GENUINE RELATIONSHIP THE ENERGY THAT BROUGHT TO THE PLAYERS THE SCHOOL THE FIRST GOAL AND FINLAND. IT’S A VERY SPECIAL MOMENT FOR JUST A SPECIAL MOMENT FOR EVERYONE BECAUSE OF ALL THE HARD WORK THAT SO MANY PEOPLE PUT IN TO GET H

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Racing Louisville FC makes home debut with 2-2 draw against Orlando Pride

Racing Louisville FC made its debut Saturday night, and what a memorable night it was.WLKY reporter Andrew Chernoff has more on the club’s 2-2 draw with the Orlando Pride.

Racing Louisville FC made its debut Saturday night, and what a memorable night it was.

WLKY reporter Andrew Chernoff has more on the club’s 2-2 draw with the Orlando Pride.

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