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Discussion in 'Charleston Battery' started by Mister Obvious, Feb 17, 2009.
I haven't heard a yes or no on Lazo, but there are 2 other indoor boys, beside the ones you mentioned. You just have to be patient.
So far I like our roster, I hope we can find some more players in the next week. Two more additions would be great (forward and midfielder) along with the return of Patterson and Armstrong. I really like our backline but we also need depth.
What yall think?
The two new guys playing indoor, will fill those two starting spots, but they have not been announced yet.
Andrew said they were announcing three players in the next day or three.
Is that who your talking about when you say for some of us to be patient?
2009 Battery Roster, so far......
No. Player Pos Height Weight DOB Hometown
2 Nelson Akwari D 6-0 180 2/4/1982 Houston, TX
17 Dan Antoniuk F 6-3 200 1/23/1981 Philadelphia, PA
16 Stephen Armstrong M 5-10 165 7/23/1976 Cape Town, South Africa
6 Matt Bobo D 6-1 180 1/6/1977 Des Moines, Iowa
3 Scott Buete M 5-7 160 7/23/1980 Bowie, MD
11 Ian Fuller F 6-2 170 8/31/1979 Portland, OR
24 Tyler Hemming M 5-11 165 5/9/1985 London, Ontario
1 Dusty Hudock GK 6-3 188 9/4/1972 Phoenix, AZ
20 Randi Patterson F 5-9 165 4/16/1985 Hackensack, NJ
15 Frankie Sanfilippo D 5-10 165 9/8/1981 San Diego, CA
9 Darren Spicer M 5-11 170 8/27/1983 Diamond Bar, CA
19 Kenji Treschuk M 5-11 170 12/1/1982 Honolulu, Hawaii
30 Keith Wiggans GK 5-11 175 9/6/1981 Charleston, SC
7 Chris Williams D 5-10 165 6/1/1981 Toronto, Ontario
25 John Wilson D 5' 9" 170 10/26/1977 Seneca, SC
4 O'Brian Woodbine D 6-0 170 11/1/1988 Westmoreland Height, Jamaica
14 Tsuyoshi Yoshitake M/F 5-8 162 9/8/1981 Mie Prefecture, Japan
I know of 3 players signed, who aren't listed yet. We dropped David Kenga and Dominic Cianciarulo this week, so that puts us at 20 players, so far.
Who was the red-head kid that was at the match today? Young guy that didnt get any playing time.
Good luck to Dom and Kenga.
Patrick Tate, midfielder from UNC-Asheville
thanks he looked familiar, I'm pretty sure he was at one of the trials
Are they going to sign Nigel Codrington? I think he`s a great player, he was the top goal scorer for Cleveland city stars in 2007
he has played at least a half the last couple friendlies, he has had a couple chance that he didnt convert but he looks like he could run at defenses and that could be worth a few goals a season. We are pretty thin up top so he might be brought in to add some depth or to compete with Randi Patterson spot. Randi is a very similar type player.
I didn't think he was here anymore. The guy wearing the number 10 shirt for the past two friendlies is a Liberian guy named Adam Smart.
my bad, Adam is the one I was thinking of.
Have Randi Patterson and Stephen Armstrong joined the team yet? It would be nice if they could get in a couple of training sessions before they head out to Vancouver.
I wouldnt expect the indoor guys to contribute much for a couple weeks. they will have to get there full field fitness and get used to going for 90 minutes.
I would think we will see them at teh first home game maybe a few minutes as a late sub and then vying for positions by the second home match.
Hell... So who will likely start up front for the Battery at Vancouver?
I would think Spicer and Antoniuk, but I'm just guessing.
antoniuk could probably get away with playing a target forward and letting spicer do all the chasing dropping back. I could see that.
I just hope Yoshi is back from Japan!
Now we have 20 players with these 3 signings:
The Charleston Battery has added three players to its roster ahead of this Saturday’s season opening match in Vancouver (10 PM Sports Radio 1450 AM). Defenders Yeniel Bermudez, Nigel Marples and forward Tom Heinemann all sign for the 2009 USL First Division season pending USSF approval.
Defender Yeniel Bermudez joins the Battery after impressing during pre-season. A native of Cienfuegos, Cuba, Bermudez, 5-11, 170 lbs., 23 yrs., was the captain of the Cuban Olympic team and defected during last years Olympic qualifying tournament.
Forward Tom Heinemann comes to the Battery for his rookie pro-season after impressing at player trials. A native of St Louis, MO, Heinemann, 6-4, 180 lbs., 21 yrs., was a NSCAA All-America Second Team pick at Rockhurst University.
Defender Nigel Marples comes to the Battery after spending the 2008 season with the Harrisburg City Islanders (USL2). Marples, 6-1, 180 lbs., 23yrs., was a four-year starter and two-year captain at Towson University, where he was named to the 2006-7 NCAA All-Conference First Team.
Heinemann sounds like the kind of tall, lanky striker who would balance out well with Patterson. Just putting it out there.
Funny meeting you here.....
He arrived today.
Hey man, I am all over the place... LOL