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ATLANTA, GEORGIA—The Atlanta Rovers FC bounced back big-time after suffering a 0-2 defeat at the hands of the Kalonji Pro-Profile at Dunwoody Springs on November 21.
Last December 1, Rovers FC beat Georgia Storm FC 4-0 at Alexander High School.
After a forgettable performance in the first half, Rovers FC bounced back in the second half with four goals to defeat the Storm.
Last November 18, Rovers FC beat Augusta United FC 3-1 at South Gwinnett Park.
The win is sweet for Rovers who suffered a 1-2 defeat at the hands of Atlanta Elephants FC at the Silverbacks Park last November 6.
Rovers star striker Cristopher Duron provided two goals for the team in their win in the ongoing United Premier Soccer League (UPSL) Premier Georgia Division Fall tournament.
UPSL is an American professional development soccer league founded in Santa Ana in Southern California.
The teams are considered regionalized conferences throughout the United States, and recently Canada and Mexico.
The league was founded in 2011 by Santa Ana Winds FC President Leonel López as a regional league for teams in Greater Los Angeles but expanded to include teams from 32 states as of the 2019 UPSL season.
Two seasons are played each year, with regional play culminating in a playoff system that crowns a single national champion each season.
The league features internal promotion and relegation with up to three levels in some regions; only clubs in the top tier Division I are eligible to compete for the national
championship.
The league is a United States Adult Soccer Association National League within the United States soccer league system.

By bob

A veteran soccer journalist who is an avid fan of Atlanta United and Lionel Messi.

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