Point of order. Post match yourselves here. Just because the website is in chaos doesn't mean we need to be. We are civlized internet nuts. So there we have it. Ben went for it, and it didnt' work. When I saw the lineup and posted about it last night, I was thinking that his plan is probably to balance the defensive liability with the offensive fire power. If that was true, it almost worked. My personal opinion was, and still is, he got it wrong. We should have played Nicol ball and hoped for a 1-1 draw or something, and take our guns full-barrelled to Toronto. I don't think we'll really know if he was right or wrong until we what happens on Saturday. If we get a win there, it's a wash because we have 3 points from 3 road games. Salihi's goal was so composed, what a brilliant touch. Reminded a lot of something you would see Donovan do. Make a perfect run, a perfect touch, and make it look a million times easier than it really was. That's the kind of scoring ability we should be seeing from him. He's not going to be MVP, but he should be able to get those goals. Very pleased for Woolard, he has earned it. EDIT: Forgot to mention my most significant quibble with Ben's choices: Kitchen. I think this is really where the whole game was lost. I didn't put Saragosa in my lineup because he hadn't been traiining regularly and there's almost not way he could be match fit. Leave Kitchen at DM, insert Korb, play Russell in the middle. It's not perfect, but it seems much less disruptive. IF he had done that, IMO, we might have drawn the game 2-2 or 3-3 and his decision to lean on the offense would have worked.