Big mama taken to the hospital [R]

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  1. sharcm1

    sharcm1 BigSoccer Yellow Card

    Jun 15, 2002
    Big mama taken to the hospital

    hurt his ankle at the end of the first half. Not good. not good.
  2. sharcm1

    sharcm1 BigSoccer Yellow Card

    Jun 15, 2002
    ok big mama just bruised his ankle nothing

    thank god. We are going to lose the game but atleast big mama didn't break his ankle also
  3. UpTheMetro

    UpTheMetro Member

    Jun 3, 1999
    New York
    thanks for being a real jackass to all those who haven't watched the game yet on espn2
  4. BrianCappellieri

    BrianCappellieri Red Card

    Feb 11, 2002
    Has anyone heard an update?

    It just happened in the tape-delayed broadcast and they are bringing him in for x-rays. His hands are covering his face and looks in serious pain.
  5. jamison

    jamison Member

    Sep 25, 2000
    They are now saying it's just a bruise, and that he should be fine in a couple of days. He may even be able to resume his new "yelling at Clint Mathis instead of playing soccer" sytle on Thursday against the Burn.
  6. mscheffel

    mscheffel New Member

    Jul 29, 1999
    NJ, US
    Mama got hurt. His ego was bruised so he left. Good thing it wasn't his ball or the game would have ended.
  7. beenasoccerfan

    Jun 28, 2002
    What was up with Big Mama's yelling at Clint? I guess I missed something.
  8. jamison

    jamison Member

    Sep 25, 2000
    I can't explain why they were screaming at each other, but it was pretty nasty. A dispute over positioning and distribution I suppose, I didn't see any specific instance where one ignored the other while wide open or anything glaring, but they were really going at it, pointing fingers, walking away from one another only to have (iirc) Diallo grabing clint's jersey, more shouting. Not friendly stuff. Hopefully they have it sorted out, but I can't recall anything that bad in a metro jersey yet.
  9. sdipar

    sdipar New Member

    Dec 30, 1999
    Diallo, selfish and he quits on the team. He didn't look like he wanted to be on the pitch before Ruiz' first goal - he was doing nothing. After the first goal he does less, then leaves on a stretcher with a bruise. He's trouble and not good for the team. Mama is for Mama, not the Metros. The team will be better off without him. Hopefully Mathis will play up top, not only on the lineup card, but maybe he will stay up top instead of coming back and clogging the midfield.
  10. SABuffalo786

    SABuffalo786 New Member

    May 18, 2002
    Buffalo, New York
    I believe it sprouted from the 3v3 a few minutes before Diallo was injured. Clint had options with Mamado and Faria making runs. He decided to take the limited space he had, and ran straight into a Los Angeles defender, stripping him of the ball. Pretty selfish move by Cletus, if you ask me.
  11. Michael K.

    Michael K. Member

    Mar 3, 1999
    There or Thereabouts
    Nat'l Team:
    United States

    Lalas, of all people.
  12. glennmcdonald

    glennmcdonald Member

    Mar 18, 2000
    Cambridge, MA
    New England Revolution
    Nat'l Team:
    Just a friendly warning from experience as a Revs fan: after Diallo demands to be traded because your team is disrespecting him, he will immediately score half a dozen goals for the team you trade him to, making you look like total idiots. But then he will suffer some perceived affront, fake an injury to get out of playing, and demand to be traded again, at which point you'll feel much better about having gotten rid of him. (Except that the player you got in return will be no better...)
  13. mscheffel

    mscheffel New Member

    Jul 29, 1999
    NJ, US
    Damn, an I told you so from New England. mumble,mumble... you were right... mumble, mumble
  14. MetroFever

    MetroFever Member+

    Jun 3, 2001
    New York Red Bulls
    Nat'l Team:
    What's ironic about this is that Diallo was furious at OZ after being subbed against DC last week, but this time he takes himself out for a "bruise" (ego perhaps).

    On a side note, irresponsible reporting at halftime by the announcers for calling Diallo's injury a "probable" (or was it "possible"?) broken ankle.
  15. jamison

    jamison Member

    Sep 25, 2000
    I think the reporters/commentators were just guessing due to the amount of time Diallo was down, the fact that he didn't even try to get up much less move, and the fact that they put an air cast on his leg. It certainly could have been a broken ankle, but wasn't.

    And, just when you though Jack and Ty couldn't be worse, they throw Wynalda in the booth. Cripes was he awful. There's a tim mccarver quote about broadcasting (though, he actually took it from someone else but has repeated it so often he acts as if he coined it) that goes "if you don't have something to say, don't say it". Wynalda needs to learn that. There were not 4 seconds of dead air in that entire broadcast. Yap yap yap yap yap. Just brutal.
  16. copaantl98

    copaantl98 Member

    Apr 9, 2002
    He didn't really give the result away. All he said was that Diallo was injured. Who knows? Maybe Diallo could have been injured but we could have still won.
  17. elephantstone

    elephantstone Member

    Feb 12, 2001
    Harrisburg, PA
    Speaking of Jack Edwards, he must have misidentified our players nearly 50% of the time. He absolutely could not get Davis, Moore, and Ziadie straight, especially the first two. Same thing with Diallo and Williams while they were on the field together, as well as Paule and Jolley. Would it kill him to learn the players' names?
  18. gwebster

    gwebster New Member

    Aug 30, 2002
    Bethany, CT
    It seemed the other way around to me. When Mathis was approaching the box, I couldn't understand why Diallo and Faria weren't making runs. I thought Mathis started the yelling by barking at Diallo for not making a run.
  19. Michael K.

    Michael K. Member

    Mar 3, 1999
    There or Thereabouts
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    You thought so? I thought he was better than J & T by an order of magnitude.
  20. jamison

    jamison Member

    Sep 25, 2000
    He had more relavant insight, but I thought he talked too much, and when you throw him in there with the other 2, it was like last year's monday night football crew all over again. Just Wynalda and a play by play guy would probably be enough- though he and Rob Stone could get ugly.
  21. stopper

    stopper Member

    Nov 17, 2000
    Rancho Cucamonga
    From where I was sitting, it looked like Clint flipped Mama off as he turned away from their first yap fest. Can't blame him.

    And I didn't see any injury at all. Thought he was just trying to flop and draw a yellow card. He initiated the contact. My gut feeling at the time was that Big Mama was being a Big Baby and didn't want to play anymore.
  22. Shabs

    Shabs Member

    Jun 19, 2002
    Couple observations:
    1-If you looked carefully at the side/front view of the the Diallo collision, you'll see his left or right ankle turn pretty bad. I remember distinctly because normally I turn away at stuff like that. Took me by surprise.
    2-I thought the Clint/Diallo incident was spurred by Diallo and Faria being in the same space. I believe Clint was yelling at Diallo that he should have made a run on the right side of the field, or at least not in the same space as Farias.
  23. Gaspard

    Gaspard New Member

    Jun 9, 2002
    Myabe if Mathis stopped dogging it Diallo wouldn't be giving him ***************. Strikers of his quality I know are apt to disapear for long times, but it seems like against LA he felt his job was to push up the ball into the offensive 3rd, and then sit back. At least one time he gave a good ball to Faria on a counter-attack and when Faria looked to slot it back, Mathis was still in midfield, not pushing up, and apparently not caring who won.
  24. LAandNYfan

    LAandNYfan New Member

    Sep 2, 2002

    you could tell that big mama was in alot of pain. where they put the air cast on his leg, i was directly in front of him in the 2nd row after the black tarp. He would move his hand off his face. But it was only a bruised foot, nuthin to serious.

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