Offseason XI: Part IX: Forwards

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  1. Mr Hanki's Throne

    Mr Hanki's Throne New Member

    Mar 13, 2001
    Wellington, Colo
    Pick who are your selections for all-time best two DC United Forwards, while with DC United. The criteria is up to you: minutes, quility over a length of time, most brilliant moment, likeability, etc. It is possible to vote for more or less than 2 forwards, but be warned that doing so will have the natural effect of diluting your vote.

    If your favorite is not on the list, then we can have a challenge knock-off election in a subsequent thread.

    Goalkeepers (
    Winner: Scott Garlick
    Left Backs (
    Winner: Jeff Agoos
    Right Backs (
    Winner: Tony Sanneh
    Center Backs (
    Winners: Ryan Nelsen and Eddie Pope
    Defensive Midfielder (
    Winner: Richie Williams
    Left Midfielder (
    Winner: John Harkes
    Right Midfielder (
    Winner: Ben Olsen
    Attacking Midfielder (
    Winner: Marco Etcheverry

    Forward nominations:
    Raul Diaz Arce
    Steve Rammel
    Jaime Moreno
    Roy Lassiter
    Roy Wegerle
    A. J. Wood
    Chris Albright
    Pete Marino
    Hristo Stoitchkov
    Santino Quaranta
    Ronald Cerritos
    Ali Curtis
    Freddy Adu
    Alecko Eskandarian
    Abdul Thompson Conte
    Jamil Walker
  2. Mr Hanki's Throne

    Mr Hanki's Throne New Member

    Mar 13, 2001
    Wellington, Colo
    I am running this vote through next Friday since people might be away from their computers through Christmas.

    Next I'll do a coach thread, for which no nominations will be neccessary (but I am curious who will vote for Rongen) and for vote #11, I think I'll try something different to come up with a second team.
  3. Sundevil9

    Sundevil9 New Member

    Nov 23, 1999
    Reston, VA
    DC United
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    I figure that the race here is going to be for the second striker spot, as I would think that most will vote for Jamie, but split three ways among RDA, Lassiter, and others.

    I went with the Jamie-Roy combo. They were just so effective in 98 and 99.
  4. BudWiser

    BudWiser New Member

    Jul 17, 2000
    Falls Church, VA
    I voted for 3. Just couldn't bring myself to eliminating one of RDA, Roy, Jaime

    Nobody else comes close to getting a vote.
  5. Mr Hanki's Throne

    Mr Hanki's Throne New Member

    Mar 13, 2001
    Wellington, Colo
    I went with Raul just because he seemed such a likeable fellow. Also, it was neat to point him out before the first season and have some faith that we'd see some goals out of this guy (validated a few games later by "Air Arce" chants) and have that faith realized. There was one home game against Dallas where I was suffering a summer cold and not feeling well and certainly shouldn't have been at RFK that hot afternoon, but Raul knock in a hat trick against the Burn.
  6. Dave Brother

    Dave Brother New Member

    Jun 10, 2001
    I gave AJ a vote cause no one else probably will. ;)
  7. Th4119

    Th4119 Member

    Jul 26, 2001
    Annandale, VA
    100% agreement with this post.

    This is a race for 2nd place, and it's between Raul and Roy.
  8. kirchhausen

    kirchhausen Member+

    Apr 17, 2004
    Ashburn, VA
    DC United
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    I know he did it for only 1 year (so far) but I had to vote for Esky. He had so many golazos last year, and he was money in the playoffs. IMO there is no way we win the cup in 2004 without him.

    Hopefully he regains his form in 2006, has many more years like 2004 in the future, and in the DCU 20th aniversary poll there is no question, it is Jamie, Esky and everyone else!

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