NASL Announces Split Season Format
The 2012 North American Soccer League season ended for the Carolina RailHawks in the semifinals of postseason play.
That they were beaten on a two-game 5-4 aggregate by the eventual champion Tampa Bay Rowdies is small consolation.
The RailHawks, who underwent changes in roster and head coach after the 2011 season, finished in the midde of the standings in regular season play. A 10-10-8 record netted 40 points, good for fourth in the eight-team league.
Colin Clarke replaced Martin Rennie in December of 2011 after Rennie left to coach Vancouver in Major League Soccer. Also departed for MLS were several members of the 2011 RailHawks roster.
The Carolina RailHawks have announced that the club has exerc…
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