So... is it just me, or did that draw feel a lot like a loss? We've made it to the WWC break, the part of the season that the Beat's entire strategy revolves around. Build a team that will have had lots of time together and take advantage of it when everyone else loses a lot of players. Pick up some points and make the standings look mildly respectable. Last week we lost 3-2 to a magicQuack team which (as proved by Philly this weekend) has no ability to compete sans national players. This week we drew 0-0 to a deflated Boston team with an anemic offense that barely put any shots on frame. One of the most beautiful set-up plays I've seen the Beat come up with at KSU stadium was just utterly blown. Watching the highlight reel on YouTube, one wonders where the highlights are. Mercifully, they leave out some of the other blunders. These two games -- at home, no less -- are the ones the Beat should have won. The ones they've been planning for all season. But here's what really gets to me... the post-game quotes. Galanis: "I’m happy with the way we played. We wanted to win, but we didn’t. [...] We played 90 minutes and majority of that was good soccer." THIS is what the man calls good soccer??