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Discussion in 'Sporting Kansas City' started by rudeboy, Aug 26, 2002.
For those who care about Lowe.
cool. andy burgess scored.
Im my Champman game he is, as spoon would say, "money".
I started supporting R & D the second he went there. Top of the D3 table right now. Better work rate than Fabbro, he's still the only Wizard to be able to hit a free consistently since...since...since, well pretty much anyone, and a big physical presence like Molnar. No way anyone can say Lowe wouldn't make this team better instantly.
In my opinion I think that Fabbro's work rate far out classes Lowe.
Yes. Lowe moves around about as much as Fabbro does. Because we know that Fabbro isn't fast, that's an indication that Lowe wasn't exactly giving his all for the club. I would love a motivated Lowe right now, but, that rarely existed here.
I love how Ian Bishop uses Lowe to bash MLS now. Bishop claims Lowe scored a load of goals in MLS, and now is in D3. I didn't know 4 goals made you a prolific scorer.
I have a real problem with players, in any sport, who have tremendous physical skills but don't have the intestinal fortitude to utilize them.
In baseball Darryl Strawberry had the tools to become one of the great baseball players but chose to waste that talent by ingesting massive amounts of nose candy. What a waste. Even though he was a Met.
Onandi has the physical skills to take over a game. But he only displays those skills when the mood suits him. This is why I quickly grew tired of Mr. Lowe.
When I played sports I was never the most skilled player but there was no one who would hustle more. I made the most of my abilities, unlike Onandi. That's why I can't support him.
Uh, I'll take the talent. I think we just saw against Morelia what lack of it means.
Can't argue that Lowe should work harder, but at least he had the potential to do wonderful things.