spooky action from a distance
- Jul 16, 2005
Maybe Portland could get past the first round of the CCL if they stop giving extensions to domestic abusers.
How was the ETR crew in person?Not sure if I'm the only one who listens to the Extra Time podcast or not, but I'm at a bar in Seattle ready to have beers with the hosts at a fan thing.
I was here for the 2019 MLS Cup and this feels more intense. Part of that is the game time (the Cup was at noon) and part because the weather is much better than December.
Big loss, but more importantly you need your Salah-stopper healthy for the Club World CupYikes. Nouhou hurt and an early sub.
Looks to me like Pumas want to play on the edge to unsettle the Sounders. Ref needs to keep a grip on things, not let the emotions of the big match take over.Another Sounders player down. Is Pumas being super physical?
yeah it’s awesome. just need some goals.
I’m sorry am I supposed to impressed by beating Pumas 3-0 at home?3-0!
This is like watching MLS in CCL in reverse. Pumas has nothing in the tank, and Seattle is putting them to the sword at the end of the game.
It's finally happening.
The scheduling format has finally tilted in favor of MLS. Pumas has been playing literally twice per week since February. (Their only off time was due to the tragic events during the Atlas at Queretaro match.) They were completely wiped at the end.This is like watching MLS in CCL in reverse. Pumas has nothing in the tank, and Seattle is putting them to the sword at the end of the game.
yeah that was an awesome event to be at (regardless of the outcome). definitely the best atmosphere i’ve been at for a match in the usa ever. i won’t have a voice tomorrowWhat an incredible game and an incredible atmosphere. So lucky to be here tonight.
Deserved champions. Sounders dominated throughout.
found a good video of what the pumas section was like, and, unlike the outcome, it ruled --yeah that was an awesome event to be at (regardless of the outcome). definitely the best atmosphere i’ve been at for a match in the usa ever. i won’t have a voice tomorrow
Argentinian Star Lionel Messi will join Inter Miami in 2023 when his PSG contract runs out, per @Alex_candal
His reported contract includes a 35% stake in the club and will be signed this August.
Love it! This team needs an attacking spark.Hey @67YAZ this is a pretty sweet goal by Mueller:
How are the Fire doing so far this season?