Wallpaper Wednesday: Dominique Badji

Dominique Badji still awaits his first goal for FC Cincinnati, but has contributed in several ways that don't always show up in the stat sheet. The 29-year-old forward even filled in at left wingback in a time of need for FCC a few weeks ago, and coach Pat Noonan described him as a hard worker

Wallpaper Wednesday: Luciano Acosta

FC Cincinnati midfielder Luciano Acosta continues to lead the league with 22 key passes (4.4 per game) and is first in expected assists (xA) with 2.6 per game, according to FBref.com. Five matches into the season, he has one assist and still awaits his first goal after recording seven goals and a team-high 10 assists

Wallpaper Wednesday: Kyle Scott

Kyle Scott made his FC Cincinnati debut Saturday, coming off the bench in the 76th minute for his first competitive game in almost a year. The former Newcastle midfielder and Chelsea academy product signed with FCC on Aug. 31 and had been working back to match fitness. He hopes to make more of an impact

Wallpaper Wednesday: Florian “d’Artagnan” Valot

FC Cincinnati midfielder/winger Florian Valot made his starting debut Saturday at New England and played the full 90 minutes.  Queen City Press contributing graphic artist Zach Wooldridge put out a message on Twitter earlier requesting fans to make Wallpaper Wednesday suggestions, and after a fan presented the idea of doing one of Valot as the

Wallpaper Wednesday: Lucho Mania

FC Cincinnati midfielder Luciano Acosta had a goal and an assist in the team's 2-2 draw against Columbus Crew on Friday and was named to the bench for MLS Team of the Week. Acosta leads the team with three goals and two assists in nine games played. Graphic artist Zach Wooldridge designed a couple wallpaper

Wallpaper Wednesday: Jurgen Locadia

FC Cincinnati extended the loan for forward Franko Kovacevic on Wednesday, giving him more time to show coach Jaap Stam if he can help the team, but before that, the club said farewell to forward Jurgen Locadia on Saturday after its 2-0 win over Toronto. Graphic artist Zach Wooldridge designed a couple wallpaper images for