Carolina RailHawks fans cheer after a first half goal as the RailHawks took on West Ham United at the WakeMed Soccer Park on July 12. The team, which has been renamed North Carolina F.C., is seeking a spot in Major League Soccer.
Carolina RailHawks fans cheer after a first half goal as the RailHawks took on West Ham United at the WakeMed Soccer Park on July 12. The team, which has been renamed North Carolina F.C., is seeking a spot in Major League Soccer. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com
Carolina RailHawks fans cheer after a first half goal as the RailHawks took on West Ham United at the WakeMed Soccer Park on July 12. The team, which has been renamed North Carolina F.C., is seeking a spot in Major League Soccer. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com

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