- Dec 13, 2017
Is San Jose beating cinci not too far fetched?
Trap game for SJ. Quakes have been playing well, and Cinci have been bad recently plus they're coming off a flight from the East Coast midweek game. On paper SJ should win, but I'm very concerned about this one if they don't come out focused and motivated.
to sum the match:
literal meme of a match, but a good 3 points and apart from the 2 bad penalties we were easily the better team
i genuinely can't see a way out of mediocrity for this club as long as that absolute piece of shit stan kroenke is still their owner
FCC hasn't scored a goal in like a month lol. If Adi plays tonight maybe that'll change but I doubt it.
So with Ambrose and Bello out for an extended period of time, who would you start instead of Shea? MLS doesn't have unlimited roster sizes so when you have 3 candidates for a position and 2 are out, not sure what the options are. If they thought they could bring up a left back from the USL side and he'd be better then they would have done so.
Ambrose was injured in April.So with Ambrose and Bello out for an extended period of time, who would you start instead of Shea? MLS doesn't have unlimited roster sizes so when you have 3 candidates for a position and 2 are out, not sure what the options are. If they thought they could bring up a left back from the USL side and he'd be better then they would have done so.
Shea isn't wowing anyone but acting like De Boer is starting him because he thinks he's great is incorrect.
Let's everyone hold their horses just a bit, they are actually beating the teams they should beat which is nice, but TFC away next week is the real test.
Ambrose was also playing at right back at this time because of Escobar being out injured. But now with Escobar back, Ambrose and Bello are out.Ambrose was injured in April.
Brek was the starter from the beginning of the season.
Bring someone up from the youth team (They're better). Grab someone from the stands. Start the giant fucking spike.
Nico Gaitan is the business.
Jackson Yueill is the future.
Unkle Ted consistently tackling players in the run of play every season brings me life.
Edit: The way he throws his fucking hands up afterwards kills me
Yeah, this kind of started several games ago but the results and finishing have finally caught up.
I really wouldn't be that surprised by an August-September surge like what happened in 2011, except this time prompted by players getting healthier rather than by a slew of home games thanks to the new stadium opening
Maybe, but it shouldn't have been. Adi was the selfish asshole who put his life and more importantly a lot of others in danger by driving 100 while drunk. He was a big part of FCC struggling the last month since he was supposed to be the key piece in attack.
I think that was more indicative of real problems in the locker room than a final straw, if that makes sense. Like if your top player is saying that publicly, what is he saying privately? And one would think he's speaking for the rest of the team in at least some sense.