It really was incredible, he was so mad the ball was hit too far for him to get it, even after Tajon blasted it into the back of the net.Tajon's goal last night was a great entry to one of my favorite games: angry Adam Buksa. Gotta love strikers, guy has to be as unhappy to see other guys on his team score as anyone in recent memory.
Right after TB posted that, both clubs made an official announcements.It was reported in the Globe today, so I think it's official.
My understanding (from reading commentary on the Revs board on BigSoccer) is that the Revs get to keep the majority of the money, but have limited options for spending it for talent on the field. One way to use it would be to buy a DP down to a normal roster spot.Can someone refresh me on how transfers work in MLS terms these days? Does this go to the league, to the Krafts? Can the Revs spend this on other players' transfer fees without counting against their cap?
He never would have achieved this elite level of time-wasting had Ireland cap-tied him. Kaspers the friendly striker was softened by his years in UEFA and could not comprehend it.e2: Kessler obviously picking up on some of the dark arts while on international duty.
The Revs have rotated 9 starters from Saturday’s match (everyone except Turner and Kessler) and are pretty much starting a their B team.It’s on! And by on I mean, the Fire are starting a teenage keeper and I pray they don’t lose by more than 3.
Ouch, but maybe this will even things up a bit? I mean, if they can possible fire one by Turner.The Revs have rotated 9 starters from Saturday’s match (everyone except Turner and Kessler) and are pretty much starting a their B team.
this is a bright start by Chicago’s standards, especially since they moved to a 3-4-3 since the international break.A lot of hinges on how the first half goes because that will determine how aggressive Arena is with halftime substitutions.
That might have been, no exaggeration, the worst five minutes of the season. So many blown opportunities to end the danger.That was a horrible five minutes or so for New England. So many chances to clear.