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Fury not so furious on the road

The Prince George Fury found the road to be a tough environment on the weekend. The indoor soccer team, billed as Prince George's first pro sports franchise, is now 0-4 in road games -- and 2-6 overall -- after dropping games in Edmonton and Calgary.

The Prince George Fury found the road to be a tough environment on the weekend.

The indoor soccer team, billed as Prince George's first pro sports franchise, is now 0-4 in road games -- and 2-6 overall -- after dropping games in Edmonton and Calgary.

The Fury, playing in its inaugural season, was drilled 15-5 on Saturday by the Drillers in Edmonton, then was hammered 12-1 by Calgary United FC.

The team, which sits fourth in the Canadian Major Indoor Soccer League Team returns home to play Edmonton next Sunday.

For more, see The Citizen.


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