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Nearly three years after being unceremoniously dispatched as manager from Major League soccer, Colin Clarke and his Puerto Rico Islanders have shocked the North American soccer establishment by humbling the top division's crown jewel, the Galaxy. Just 15 months after vanquishing the likes of Donovan and Beckham, Clarke left Puerto Rico to become head coach of the Cary-based Carolina Railhawks.
For a decade, the Carolina Railhawks have been plagued by mismanagement and scandal. New owner Steve Malik is optimistic and wants to prove his team is here to stay. Given soccer’s rising popularity, Malik is thinking of moving the soccer franchise from Cary to the Triangle.
The Carolina RailHawks owner, Steve Malik, announced that the soccer team is rebranding itself with a new name, North Carolina FC, and logo. The change is part of an aggressive public campaign to pursue a Major League Soccer franchise in Wake County.