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Discussion in 'MLS: News & Analysis' started by jaykoz3, Oct 2, 2019.
DC couldn't beat the worst defense in league history while up 2 men at home for over 45 minutes.
DC lost home field advantage while playing at home against the worst team in MLS.
Just watch them make MLS Cup
Even though LAFC have dominated the West they only finished with one point more than the Red Bulls did last season.
After a terrible start NYCFC has the best record since in 29 games since April 13.
Class act by New England, which presented Michael Parkhurst with a special framed print at his retirement celebration here after the match. Bravo Revs.
Sorry I didn't respond sooner. My computer went haywire for 4 hours this afternoon.
My post was somewhat poorly worded. I remember hearing on a pre-game show on the 30th anniversary season of the EPL that there were only 7 teams from the inaugural season (1992-93) that had never been relegated from the Prem. Those teams were: Manchester United, Liverpool, Everton, Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, and Aston Villa. Villa was relegated after the 2015-16 season (I think) and spent three seasons in the Championship. Everton have gotten off to a slow start so far, and if the Toffees can't pick up the pace, they could leave the "Original EPL-Never Relegated Clubs Fraternity" down to 5 teams.
Now that I have had time to cool off... ******** DC. ******** United. ******** everything. Another ********ing shit********ing boring completely un********ingbelieveable ridiculous scoreless tie to complete another ********ing shitty week of MLS and another shitty MLS regular season. And of course the women can't even beat South Korea to end the year because Jill Ellis is a shitty coach. Good riddance. ********, the men play this week in DC? ******** the Nations League. ******** Berhalter. ******** CONCACAF. ******** it all.
You seem upset.
But if you guys beat Toronto you can see your team play their thrilling brand of soccer in 1 of 2 $1b+ stadiums.
Still not the Law in MLS, don't forget. That comes next year.
I'm actually not. I wasn't even @Knave'd. I expected it. I was watching scores and waiting for United to give up a goal.
The US teams however... those @Knave me.
At least Team USA had a pretty good showing in Doha. However, ******** Doha.
Has this been a thing since week 2 of the EPL? I haven't heard of it being called for a while.
That worst defense in the league gave up 3 goals in their last 5 games, including down two men for over a half.
FCC ended the year on a positive note.
It's still a thing. It's just somewhat rare, I guess.
It hasn't happened in the Premier League since the second week, when City's stoppage time game winner was pulled out of the net against Spurs. I'm betting its not a coincidence that it hasn't happened in 6 weeks after happening once in each of the first two weeks.
They should be kicked out of the playoffs after that performance
Colorado would be willing to move to the Eastern Conference playoff bracket in their place. They've done it before.