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After watching four preseason scrimmages and interviewing the manager, president, players and staff, here's +Neil Morris' +Carolina RailHawks preview for the 2014 +North American Soccer League spring season.
Manager Colin Clarke: “It’s going to be a fun ride. It always is."
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+Carolina RailHawks President Curt Johnson: “I think we could look back to right now in 10 years and say this was absolutely the key thing that happened to take our organization to the next level."
The official Carolina RailHawks supporters group announces its new corporate structure and paid membership benefits.
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Today's announcement includes many of the postseason proposals outlined in a +North American Soccer League marketing survey published by +Indyweek Sports last week.
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Duke freshman Matt Jones received the news that he would get his first start of the season. But neither he nor his teammates knew that Coach Krzyzewski would be implementing an unorthodox substitution strategy against the Cavaliers.

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Covering Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill-Cary sports with a quirky perspective
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Covering Triangle sports—Carolina RailHawks (soccer), Carolina Hurricanes (hockey), Durham Bulls (baseball) and ACC football and basketball—with a quirky perspective.