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Discussion in 'Colorado Rapids' started by AlbertCamus, Apr 6, 2018.
Gashi has been on the roster for 74 competitive matches, made 41 starts and 6 sub appearances.
So Aigner+Gashi combined have made 46 of a possible 95 competitive starts, with another 11 combined sub appearances.
Let's Go Rapids!
Urruti seems to be wearing a Cockatoo on his head. Is that legal?
I’m struggling most with Aigner at this point (not that Gashi has been an example of good health). But as far as I can tell, this is a player who has spent very little time officially “hurt.” No ACL’s/MCL’s. No hamstrings or ankles....So as far as I can tell, due to the occasional “tweak,” he has appeared in less than 50% of the games and started less than 20% of them.
That is freaking incredible.
Not digging Colvey
Kajagoogoo called, they want their haircut back
FCD having all kinds of trouble maintaining possession through the midfield. That said, when they get the ball in the offensive third, they are getting solid looks because the Rapids back line is a bit disorganized.
It might be nice if somebody marked Diaz.
Feels like Boateng is a lot less creative than Enzo.
Nana sure seems rusty.
Our midfield is non-existent so far this game
I'm glad Diaz overthought that shot.
Continue to be impressed with Blomberg. Has a real knack for being in the right spot, both offensively and defensively
Colvey's a step slow on both sides of the ball.
This is...not good soccer
I'm surprised this is still nil-nil.
Watching this game, I remembered why I hate horns and vuvuzelas
You can have my vuvuzela when you pry it from my somewhat clammy, BPA fragrant hands!
Pretty sharp faceslap by Castillo on Barrios.
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Just turned on the tv...How's the New Zealand national team doing?
I forgot Kip Colvey was on the team. Sounds like he has not been doing that well.
Dallas looked better this half but the Rapids had the better chances, surprisingly.
Well, it was really cold Saturday night.
This game has 1-0, 1-1 written all over it. Someone will likely knick something but tough to tell where it will come from. Both sides kind of chewing up the middle of the field.