Discussion in 'Chicago Fire' started by GAranger654, Sep 26, 2003.
I MISS JOSH WOLFF!!!!!!!!!
Being as it is that NEITHER Dipsy NOR Ring were given as options I refuse to vote. GOOD DAY!
Why? Instead of him we have Damani, who has scored more goals this year than Wolff did in the last two. I liked the kid, but he was injured too often.
My vote went to Bocanegra, however, Ralph has impressed me since the moment he stepped on the field. If he can put a 10+ goal season in next year and dominate the way he has this year, he will prove that this year wasn't a fluke and he is one of top players not just on this team, but in the league as well. Due to the fact that each of the players listed is pretty talented, I feel the need to put 'em in order.
You'd be the first.
Isn't he injured again???
yeah but i just enjoyed watching his style of play!
I know just how you feel, I miss Pablo Picasso, that guy could get it done downtown!
Which accounts for how many goals a year?
Oops, I think Josh just went down with a medial collateral strain to his feelings.
It's not like he's dead, just in KC, you can still watch him if he ever gets out there soon.
You gotta give it to Damani for a incredible rookie season. But close second to Boca, with Jimmaugh breathing down his neck. The D is the best its been in years, if not ever.
The way he could sit there on the bench with a cast on his leg, boy, nobody could match that.
yeah but Kansas City sucks! chicago, metro, dc, and new england are the ONLY MLS teams i like.
yeah but Kansas City sucks! i hate all the western teams! they are extremely boring. the eastern teams are so much funner to watch!
That would explain why you've posted the exact same question in all their forums. It also explains why you don't like KC.
What are you, collecting?
I take it you mean for the 2003 season. Because all time is a no brainer -- Peter Nowak.
more fun...argh i was tired when i was writing some of these posts
This season I would go with:
Picks for 2003...
My top three would have to be:
3. Big Zach!
As for Wolff, better without him.
The results of this poll are actually very interesting. They show that we have three players of pretty much identical caliber: Bocanegra, Razov and Ralph, that are simply world class. All of them should get first place, taking statistical error of such polls into consideration.