11/9 The Most Dangerous Lead

Discussion in 'MLS: News & Analysis' started by kpaulson, Nov 9, 2003.

  1. kpaulson

    kpaulson New Member

    Jun 16, 2000
    Washington DC
    Chicago-DC
    Sarachan calls Fire's 2-0 playoff lead 'scary' - Chicago Daily Herald

    Fire eyeing next step in playoff run - Chicago Sun-Times

    Fire sitting pretty in Game 2 - Chicago Tribune

    United faces tough task in Game 2 of semifinals - Washington Times

    United Is Down To Its Last Chance - Washington Post

    Es hora de rematar al DC United - Hoy
    Best writing of the day: "No es bueno vender la piel del oso antes de cazarlo, pero este oso (DC United) parece que está más cerca de las vacaciones que de la segunda ronda de los "playoffs" de la MLS."
    It's not good to sell the bear's fur before you've caught the bear, but this bear (DC United) looks closer to vacations than the second round of the playoffs.


    Revs-Metros
    Metros’ Walker keeping the faith - Daily Record (what did I say about that headline?)

    MetroStars gameday - Asbury Park Press

    MetroStars, Bradley, face a crossroad - Star-Ledger

    This complement is unspoken - Boston Globe

    MetroStars still kicking - Boston Globe

    Revs poised to advance - South Coast Standard-Times

    MetroStars Face Crucial Playoff Game - NY Times

    Fabbro fits into the mix - Boston Herald

    Moore time for Revs - Boston Herald

    Not needing a victory, Revs still shooting for one - Herald News

    SJ-LA
    Galaxy Draws Line With Its Triangle - LA Times (is Bermuda actually anywhere near Jamaica?)

    Galaxy Tonight - LA Times

    Whole lot rides on 2nd half for Galaxy - Pasadena Star News

    Galaxy preparing for Earthquakes - Press Enterprise

    Earthquakes hope rookie has a shovel - Mercury News

    Earthquakes face must-win situation - Alameda Times-Star

    Quakes face difficult task - SF Chronicle

    KC-Colo: the best 1st half in the playoffs?
    Shutout becomes stop sign - Denver Post

    Wizards down Rapids, advance to West final - KC Star

    Russian forward gives Wizards a surprise boost - KC Star

    La magia de Wizards barrió con Colorado - Univision

    Other Soccer
    Rodger seeks A-League team for Lockhart in '05 - Sun-Sentinel

    Reliant match pits Finland vs. Honduras - Houston Chronicle

    Man U finds itself a keeper - Miami Herald

    Football Ireland - The Times (UK)(near the bottom-- the Brits are so harsh on their players. Mathis doesn't know the half of how bad they get)

    Arsenal's Comeback a Winner - LA Times
     
  2. BennyZ

    BennyZ New Member

    Jun 20, 1999
    Tampa
    Tampa Tribune's has a new Sunday soccer column that for some reason doesn't always post to the Internet.

    Today there is a non-wire story about Rochester in MLS with quotes from Economides. Seems like the league just dropped an opportunity on Rochester after deciding Chivas could start in 2004. ... Bunch of England and SOuth America stuff too.
     
  3. FairWeatherFan

    Sep 9, 2002
    Chicago
    Club:
    Chicago Fire
    I think there´s more dangerous leads than being up 2-0.... but I don´t want to speak too soon.

    Mike Downey´s piece in the Chicago Tribune was actually one of the best shows of support for MLS that I have ever seen from a "traditional american sports" columnist from a "traditional" sports page.

    www.chicagosports.com
     
  4. dark knight

    dark knight Super Moderator
    Staff Member

    Dec 15, 1999
    Club:
    Leeds United FC
    Fire shows rare look of a champion -- Mike Downey, Chicago Tribune

    (Username: bigsoccer, password: bigsoccer)
     
  5. purojogo

    purojogo Member

    Sep 23, 2001
    US/Peru home
    Club:
    New York Red Bulls
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    WHo could have predicted 2-0 turned out to be the most dangerous lead, but under completely unexpected circumstances?
     

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