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Discussion in 'Yanks Abroad' started by BuffloSoldier, Sep 6, 2002.
Webcast live on BBC. Marcus should start.
Looks like this match involving a Yank Abroad that we can listen to tomorrow. I know BBC 5 Live cuts away from matches it airs, will the BBC feed do the same at gametime?
This one is on Five Live, I think.
This link should work. Real Player needed.
6 minutes in, early corner for Rotherham.
Curled in, Marcus "really flapps at that one". Goes out for a goal kick.
Yes. It is. Not a big fan of mornings.
Terrible back pass to Marcus puts him in a pinch. Clears it however.
Reading hit the bar. Cureton and Forster are dangerous for the First Division...
This one sounds good so far.
Marcus showing what, in the past, has been his weakness--crosses.
Marcus seems to be having some trouble with the crosses of Rotherham.
Marcus has some caps for the US?
I must have been really drunk that weekend.
Three caps, '94. 1-0 loss @T&T, 3-0 win @ Jamaica, 1-1 in Fullerton against Honduras.
Marcus getting ripped by the announcers.
Is the back up keeper warming up yet?
Yep. I was pretty much drunk all of 94. That would explain me not remembering.
"I just dont know what to say ... Hahnemann is having a shocker ..."
Another corner for Rotherham ... shorter to front post. Left footed shot blocked back Mackie. Another corner.
Just a matter of time till Reading gives one up it seems.
Foul on the corner. Free kick for Reading.
Marcus stumbles on another cross. Very late in the first half.
Whistle blows. 0-0.
This is not the sort of game he needs. the announcers are brutal, but not without cause it sounds like. Is he drunk?
I don't see the lineup, is upson _ the loan from arse_ in?
Also a thought: Could we team use Pablo Mas on a loan or what? No ability to hold the ball today.
Second half starts.
The lineup I have is ...
Hughes coming off for Parkinson.
Nice clearance by MH, could have gotten an assist, skips it over a defender but cureton doesn't do much with the ball.
Marcus gets both hands on a cross and "he hangs onto the slippery customer".
Seems to have steadied a bit.
Anyone understand what the hell they're talking about in the cricket match. It sounds as if the words are in english, but the sentences may as well ahve been written by joyce.
Now the Rotherham keeper is making a mess, maybe it's that side of the field...
Reading unable to convert an excellent chance in the Rotherham 6 yard box. A toe poke goes wide.
Cricket. No clue.
"now his handlings good and his distribution is gone" still, sounds like he's settled down.