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With less than two months until FC Buffalo departs for a special 10th anniversary trip to Germany, the Wolves' brass - owner Nick Mendola, head coach Frank Butcher and assistants Casey Derkacz and John Grabowski - has determined the vast majority of the National Premier Soccer League team's roster. Fan-favorite Akean Shackleford is a key returnee, along with elder state…

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Although the release came three weeks later than last year, the summer schedule for FC Buffalo has now been unveiled to the soccer community. In addition to the three exhibition games the Wolves announced last week, FC Buffalo will play 12 regular-season games - six at home, six on the road - with additional playoff matches following July 10, should the team qualify. …

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FC Buffalo's season may still be two months away, but there's good news to announce for the club. Striker Akean Shackleford, a productive force on the pitch and a fan-favorite off it, will return to the National Premier Soccer League club for summer 2018, he announced on Twitter. Shackleford, a native of Jamaica who just completed his second season at Indian Hill…

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Add another name to the list of FC Buffalo alumni who've gone on to sign professional contracts. Midfielder Ian McGrath, a box-to-box stalwart for the Wolves in 2016, has agreed to a deal with new United Soccer League club Nashville SC, the team announced Friday morning. https://twitter.com/e_017/status/962012962213920770 McGrath, who wrapped up his college career…

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International Prep alum Ezana Kahsay, FC Buffalo defender Brian Paredes and former Buffalo State goalkeeper Will Banahene have been selected to represent the National Premier Soccer League's Midwest Region in front of professional scouts at the annual NPSL Player Showcase. The fourth annual event runs from Jan. 13 to 15 in Kissimmee, Fla., where 17 players from each of …