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  Tampa Bay Mutiny (1996-2001)
As for the season, the Mutiny claimed the best record in the league at 20-12 and were the first winners of the Supporter's Shield.
The Mutiny would struggle through the first half of the season, but would pick it up again near the end of the season, finishing with a mediocre 16-12-4 record.
Unfortunately, that would be the last game the Tampa Bay Mutiny would ever play as the September 11th attacks on America cancelled the rest of the season.
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  Tampa Bay - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tampa Bay is a large natural harbor and estuary along the Gulf of Mexico on the western coast of Florida, made up of Old Tampa Bay, Hillsborough Bay, McKay Bay, and the New Tampa Bay.
The term "Tampa Bay" is also informally used as the name of the entire metropolitan area encompassing Tampa, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, and several smaller cities.
Tampa Bay Bandits, a franchise of the defunct United States Football League.
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 Tampa Bay Mutiny - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tampa Bay Mutiny 1 - 2 Columbus Crew
The Tampa Bay Mutiny were a professional soccer club located in Tampa, Florida that participated in Major League Soccer from 1996-2001.
MLS contraction following the 2001 season reduced the league from 12 to 10 teams, leading to the Miami Fusion and Tampa Bay Mutiny ceasing operations.
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 Northstar Realty Your Neighborhood Real Estate Specialists
Tampa is a deepwater port at the head of Tampa Bay and the mouth of the Hillsborough River.
Tampa is home to many professional sports franchises such as the NFL Tampa Bay Buccaneers, MLS Tampa Bay Mutiny, NHL The Tampa Bay Lightning, Yankees' Minor League Baseball and the world champion AFL Tampa Bay Storm.
Tampa Bay was explored by the Spanish soldier Pánfilo de Narváez in 1528.
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 Tampa Bay   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Tam·pa (tmp) A city of west-central Florida on Tampa Bay, an inlet of the Gulf of Mexico.
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 Area Information and New Homes in Tampa, Florida
The population of Tampa in 2000 was 303,447.
Tampa is a part of the Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater metropolitan area, most commonly referred to as the "Tampa Bay Area".
Tampa's port is now the seventh largest in the nation and Florida’s largest tonnage port, handling nearly half of all seaborne commerce that passes through the state.
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 Raymond James Stadium
Home of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Raymond James Stadium is a uniquely modern showpiece that features a replica of a pirate ship in the north end zone and eight cannons that celebrate home team touchdowns with fire, smoke and confetti.
Tampa, host to Super Bowls XVIII ('84) and XXV ('91), and will be host to the first Super Bowl of the new millennium, Super Bowl XXXV in January, 2001.
Under a judge's threat of a $200,000-a-day fine, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers agreed to release stadium revenue documents to Hillsborough County.
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 Tampa Bay Mutiny - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Tampa Bay Mutiny - Search Results - MSN Encarta
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 Guide   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Tampa is one of the youngest cities demographically in Florida.
Located in West Central Florida across expansive Tampa Bay from St. Petersburg and Clearwater to the west, it is very much part of the greater metropolitan area while maintaining its own personality.
The Tampa Bay Rowdies of the now defunct North American Soccer League actually survived the NASL by nearly a decade and went on to play indoors and in the A-League.
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 kenn.com > soccer > mls attendance analysis > tampa bay mutiny   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Tampa Bay had the second-worst Wednesday and Thursday numbers, but their Friday/Saturday/Sunday numbers were nothing to write home about, either (though they're some 50% higher than the weekday numbers).
Their first-ever and last-ever games at Tampa Stadium were the two largest crowds in the Mutes' history.
Tampa Bay played 21 Monday-Thursday games in its history and 10 of them were the lowest-attended games in club annals.
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 Tampa Sports Authority
Tampa Stadium was constructed by the Authority with the financial assistance of Hillsborough County and the city of Tampa.
As part of the initiative to obtain an expansion National Football League franchise and upon granting of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers franchise, the TSA pursued significant stadium improvements which were completed in 1977.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were sold in early 1995 and new ownership expressed the necessity for a new stadium.
www.tampasportsauthority.com /tsa/background.htm   (541 words)

 CNNSI.com - 2001 MLS Preview - Tampa Bay Mutiny MLS 2001 preview - Thursday April 05, 2001 02:29 PM
The 2000 incarnation of the Tampa Bay Mutiny was arguably the most exciting team in Major League Soccer -- and the fourth winningest in the regular season -- but that wasn't enough for head coach Tim Hankinson to keep his job.
While the Mutiny strikeforce led by Mamadou Diallo, Carlos Valderrama and Steve Ralston was scoring the third-most goals in the league, goalkeeper Scott Garlick was forced to lead MLS in saves.
Mutiny supporters who just happen to be triathletes will be more than happy to shell out 70 bucks for the skin-tight-mock-turtleneck replica.
sportsillustrated.cnn.com /soccer/mls/2001/preview/news/2001/03/25/mutiny_preview   (1392 words)

 Tampa Real Estate and Carrollwood, Florida realestate, Homes listings and relocation by 1st Buyers Real Estate, Tampa ...
Residents in the Tampa Bay area enjoy the incredible amount of sunny days per year, the many coastal beaches, a revitalized downtown waterfront, notable museums, a huge sports scene and some of the region's top attractions.
The greater Tampa area is both a resort and residential area that includes numerous distinctive communities that reflect the lifestyles of their residents.
Tampa is located in a semi tropical climate area and enjoys a temperate, winter temperature average of 62.5 degrees Fahrenheit and an average summer temperature of 81.4 degrees Fahrenheit.
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In addition to the home-town team, the Tampa Bay Devil Rays in St. Pete, the New York Yankees train in Tampa, the Toronto Blue Jays play in Dunedin Stadium and the Philadelphia Phillies thrill fans in Clearwater's Jack Russell Stadium.
TAMPA -- If you're a Lightning fan, you like what Tampa Bay did this season once it realized a young team with a young goaltender was not exactly the right mix.
Tampa Bay swept the Canadiens in the semifinals before going on to beat Calgary in seven games in the Stanley Cup finals for the Lightning's first Stanley Cup title.
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 Late Mutiny Rally Hold Off Battery
Tampa Bay Mutiny Forward Mamadou Diallo scored two goals in the final twelve minutes of regulation time to defeat the Charleston Battery two goals to one before a stunned Blackbaud Stadium crowd of four thousand, four hundred and eight in an exhibition match for both teams.
The Battery kept their pressure on the Mutiny at the twenty-third minute mark when Suarez delivered a high corner kick from left to right which was headed by Defender Alan Woods as Tampa Bay goalkeeper Andy Kirk quickly punches the ball away from any further danger.
Tampa Bay's greatest chance came with twenty-five minutes gone by when Defender Rich Kotchav delivered a rapid shot but amazingly Battery goalkeeper Dusty Hudock made a twisting body save inside the six-yard box to keep the match scoreless.
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 FIFA.com The Official web site of the Fédération Internationale de Football Association
Mutiny president and general manager Nick Sakiewicz was one of Valderrama’s most ardent admirers.
El Pibe made a short-lived return to Tampa Bay for the club’s last season in 1999, before finishing off his brilliant career amid the unfamiliar and frigid backdrop of the Rocky Mountains in Denver, Colorado.
The move west was sparked by MLS contraction in 2000, when both of the midfielder’s previous teams (Miami Fusion and Tampa Bay Mutiny) were disbanded due to financial concerns.
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 The Sports Network - Major League Soccer (MLS)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Tampa Bay Mutiny started its trek into professional sports success on November 16, 1994, when Major League Soccer officially awarded the area one of its 10 original franchises.
Led by then-President and General Manager Farrukh Quraishi and head coach Thomas Rongen, Tampa Bay compiled a 20-12 record, advanced to the Eastern Conference finals and had three players earn major awards: Carlos Valderrama, one of the most popular players in the world, was the MLS Most Valuable Player.
In its final season the Mutiny finished with a 4-21-2 mark, and like the rest of MLS, did not play its final regular season match due to the tragic terrorist attacks on the United States on September 11.
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 USLFans.com -- For the Fans, By the Fans
Yet the Wolves were able to shut down Tampa Bay's big threat up front, Mamadou Diallo, largely through the defensive efforts of Adam Eyre and Tony Soto in the center of the Wolves' defense.
Tampa Bay brought on Carlos Valderrama at halftime for Josh Keller, looking to gain more possession in midfield and also to create scoring opportunities for their dangerous forward line.
Barclay was Tampa Bay's most impressive player on the night, showing the skill that made him a highly touted prospect in last year's MLS draft.
www.a-league.com /game_reports/2001/connecticut_brame_06262001.shtml   (1252 words)

 Jacksonville.com: Fusion 3, Mutiny 1 5/19/01
The Mutiny tied the game eight minutes later as Preki converted on a penalty kick after Tampa Bay defender Steve Ralston was called for a deliberate handball while trying to stop Jim Rooney's header.
Tampa Bay was forced to play the rest of the match at a one-man disadvantage.
Tampa Bay was without top scorer Mamadou Diallo, who is serving a four-game suspension for being involved in an altercation with a fan following Tampa Bay's 2-1 loss at Colorado on May 12.
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 MLS: Valderrama signs contract to play for Tampa Bay Mutiny in 2000.
TAMPA, Fla. (Tuesday, November 2, 1999) -- Carlos Valderrama, one of the most decorated and popular soccer players in the world, has re-signed with Major League Soccer and will play for the Tampa Bay Mutiny in 2000.
Valderrama, who spent his first two seasons in MLS with the Mutiny before being assigned to the expansion Miami Fusion prior to the 1998 season, was reallocated back to Tampa Bay by the league on April 23.
The three-time Colombia World Cup captain is the Mutiny's career leader in assists (49) and is second all-time in MLS assists (63), three behind leader Marco Etcheverry of D.C. United.
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 Demographics of Tampa, St. Petersburg and Clearwater Real Estate
Located on the Gulf of Mexico on the Central West Coast of Florida, the Tampa Bay area includes Hillsborough, Pinellas, Hernando and Pasco counties.
Every year, more and more people are relocating to the Tampa Bay area to take advantage of the great weather, beautiful beaches, waterfront real estate, golf and other recreational activities, a booming economy, low cost of living and an all-around superior quality of life.
Tampa Bay is also the 17th busiest market in residential construction in the nation, according to U.S. Housing Markets, growing by 16 percent between 1996 and 1997.
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 kenn.com > work > writing > soccer writings > oops, they did it again   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Tampa Bay Mutiny was one of two teams that Major League Soccer voted out of the tribe two days before the finale of Survivor: Africa and the only thing I can think of is, "Well, at least we don't have to look at those stupid uniforms anymore."
I adopted them because Tampa is my hometown, because the city where I was living at the time of MLS' birth (Indianapolis) bid for, but wasn't awarded a team, and because I lived and died with the old North American Soccer League's Tampa Bay Rowdies.
But seriously, folks, even after six years in the supposed soccer "hotbed" that is Tampa, the Mutiny failed to woo prospective owners, prospective fans, and this past season, prospective victories.
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 Columbus 2, Tampa Bay 1
Tampa, FL (September 9, 2001) - The Columbus Crew came back from a one-goal deficit to defeat the Tampa Bay Mutiny 2-1 at Raymond James Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
Tampa Bay would then open the scoring in the 23rd minute.
But Cunningham was not picked up by the Tampa defense as he received the return pass from Perez in the box and then easily chipped Brown for the clean finish.
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 Welcome To Greater Tampa Bay
Tampa Bay offers a wide variety of museums, performance halls, festivals, and galleries, and it is "home" to three of the most-visited non-profit arts operations in the entire state.
Tampa Bay is home to a respected medical school, top-ranked law school, private national liberal arts college and several graduate schools.
Located on the southern peninsular tip of Tampa, military personnel and their families stationed at MacDill enjoy easy access to affordable housing, excellent public schools, recreational areas, two major universities, several sporting complexes, cultural venues, and an overall quality-of-life that is essential to recruiting and retention.
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 Group hopes to build soccer stadium
TAMPA - A group of private investors is looking to build an up-to-10,000-seat stadium in Hillsborough County that would be home to a professional soccer team and play host to other sporting events, the St. Petersburg Times has learned.
Tampa has been home to the Tampa Bay Rowdies and the Tampa Bay Mutiny pro soccer teams, the latter of which folded eight years ago.
He believes the Tampa Sports Commission could serve as a booking agent for the stadium to keep it full when soccer is not played there.
blogs.tampabay.com /breakingnews/2008/06/group-hopes-to.html   (629 words)

 Tampa Bay Mutiny — Infoplease.com
Tampa Bay Mutiny - Tampa Bay Mutiny Pos Gm Min G A Pts Mamadou Diallo F 22 1818 9 5 23 Steve Ralston M 25 2221 7 6 20...
Tampa Bay Mutiny - Tampa Bay Mutiny Pos Gm Min G A Pts Mamadou Diallo F 28 2405 26 4 56 Carlos Valderrama M 32 2897 1...
Tampa Bay Mutiny - Tampa Bay Mutiny Pos Gm Min G A Pts Raul Diaz Arce F 31 2586 13 7 33 SJ 18 1416 4 2 10 TB 13 1170 9...
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