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Discussion in 'MLS: General' started by Knave, May 1, 2005.
Who will win the battle of the midgets?
RSL. Chivas is just that bad. I'm still waiting for them to show us how "futbol" is played.
It depends on a few factors.
First, I believe Eddie Pope has served his suspension, so the defense should be better for the game.
Second, If Mathis hasn't been suspended, I am not sure about this but I think he got another yellow card.
Third, If Andy Williams is healthy enough to start.
Chivas is at the bottom of the standings.
The defense hasn't been good, the offense is lacking, and the midfield is uncreative.
Salt Lake, is basically in the same boat, although they have actually won a game. But their offense is not good enough, and it seems every team can score at least 2 goals against SJ, so I wouldn't be confident over the SL-SJ game. And their defense is really inconsistent.
I see a tie 1-1.
Chivas has to win eventually. Right? Sometime?
RSL has very talented players, but they just looked like a mess the last few games I watched. Chivas will win.
This is a funny thread considering RSL and DCU have the same number of points.
Its not as funny when considering DC United has 4 more Championships than RSL.
Haha good one..
You've got to be kidding me.
RSL has only played five games and you're arguement is that you have more championships than we do?
Typical DC bullsh!t.
relax, it was a joke. Your arguement isn't all that great either given DC had about the same start last year and went on to win MLS Cup, so yeah, take it easy. Check back for us in November.
Well, I don't think that, uh- I don't think of people as "little people."
I know a lot of people in show business talk about "the little people." But I think everybody's the same; the midgets, the regular people...
This should be a good game for RSL.
They have had problems keeping their offense together during attacks and Chivas USA has had massive problems keeping their defense together when their whole team is pressing up to "try" to score.
So I think RSL's theoritical great offense should finally have a chance to click and get some goals.
I really hope the chivas win this one: 5 de mayo - should be in front of a decent crowd and we don't want them losing fans. It would be good for our fair league if they were to give Real a thrashing, on the other hand, a nil-nil 90 minutes of boreball would guarantee that many 5 de mayo promotion attendees would probably never go to another MLS game..until 5 de mayo 2006
Hopefully, Zuniga will be back in goal.
Although I don't care who wins, it will be RSL.
Chivas USA just suck... horribly.
I saw chivas was outshot by new england 13-1 last game. That is truely the sign of an awful team. I havent seen Salt Lake manhandled that bad yet. I'll say 0-0 tie.
Chivas sucks. Total waste of time and money
yeah.. I picked RSL. But, a crappy chivas team did show some passion last weekend at New England. Had some chances and the goalie played great. I mean if they tied the Revs everybody would be giving them praise.. lol. which they dont deserve cause they blow..
but hey it's cinco de mayo. so they gotta win.
RSL 4-0 thrashing..
CD Chivas USA, 1-0
it's going to be the worse cinco de mayo ever.. and mexicans will never come to a game again
Chivas @ home against maybe the team (RSL) they probably have the most chance of beating....
(Who can they beat? Metros?, DC?, KC?, SJ?, Colorado? Columbus?)
I'm going out on a limb and saying LA Chivas wins.
They have to win a game sometime this season.
A Chivas win would be better for the league, so that's what I'm hoping for.
Here's my question:
While Chivas USA ever win a game?
My money is on NO.
I think Chivas will finally get their act together. They are playing at home, in front of great fans. RSL is the weakling of the league. It's high time to win.
Chivas 2-0 RSL
Chivas is due.
Having seen Chivas up close and personal last weekend this team has the ability to pack it in to get draws but I'm not sure has the players to play a traditional open match without giving up a lot of goals. I think RSL will pick them apart. It's not that Chivas doesn't have a few skillful players but rather that they just don't blend together as a team. They need as new coach and to recycle some of their players to get a better mix to play whatever style the new coach wants to invoke. I do see this team stealing points for some teams when teams don't take them seriously but without major changes they may well set the record for fewest points in a season.