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Discussion in 'D.C. United' started by monster, Dec 4, 2004.
Cool story about Namoff making a fan appearance at a hocket game back in Peoria, Ill.
That's a good thing in the life of Brian . What the heck is his nickname -- Namesy?
He got beat by a Metrostar in a shootout!
It's great to see professional soccer players start to get some recognition in their respective communities.
Thank for the link.
Something to work on in the off-season, Grill....
Nicknames for Namoff and any others that have slipped past us.
I think Namoff has the potential to really step it up next season.
This year his play improved greatly.
I just hope he meets the challenge.
Meet the challenge? I think he's already met it bro. I can see us losing him to an overseas transfer.
You may well be right, Chico, I had forgotten he has been training etc..
See what happens when I post after only a half pot of coffee?
his nickname ought to be "big swinging dick of the right side"
Great article, good for Mr. Namoff! Please don't say those nasty words yet, we need him for at least another 2 years!
That just doesn't roll off the tongue like Freddy, Benny, Nicky, Eski, Jaime, etc... Need something with the "ee" at the end
And i'm not sure I want to know how you know that about him. Not that there's anything wrong with that
And everybody said the phrase "making it big in Peoria" died with vaudeville...
Now watch the Metros try to claim this as a trophy...
Ever since the first Petke trivia night, when he started performing complete scenes from Braveheart, I've been calling him Braveheart. It's a worthy name, and one that's been around in football before
You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to Lanky134 again.
guess you'll have to settle for a brew instead. classic, laughing my ass off--not an inconiderable feat considering its size...
Funny that kids who are only interested in soccer dragged themselves to a hockey game to see these guys.
Kellington Bodie. Now that's a cool name.