Discussion in 'LA Galaxy' started by vlopez13, Oct 22, 2004.

  1. vlopez13

    vlopez13 New Member

    Aug 17, 2004
    San Pedro/Lomita
    ok explain to me why did they take out jovan since he was doing us some good and not ruiz??? :confused: :mad:
  2. virgin pose

    virgin pose New Member

    May 5, 2003
    Your coach is terrible. Firing Sigi has to go down as the worst move ever by a GM. I'm not trying to troll, but honestly, that game was pathetic. Zero class on the pitch, b o r i n g.... I'm fairly sure that Moreno wasn't a good idea as a winger.
  3. mickeymac

    mickeymac New Member

    Mar 11, 2004
    Paso Robles, CA
    I've been willing to give Sampson a chance into next season, but watching him use Herzog minimally or, worse yet, leave him on the bench altogether is prompting me to change my mind.
  4. galaxy1320

    galaxy1320 New Member

    Jun 17, 2003
    Because Sampson is an idiot. Sticking with Victorine is insane.
  5. MissingMathis

    MissingMathis New Member

    Oct 20, 2004
    Long Beach CA
    Worst move that Sampson made was moving Broome to left back. When Paul came on, he immediately caused trouble on the left, and he got tge cross off that Kirovski damn near put in. Why bring in a fresh defender when u'r down 1-0? When Sasha moved up to left wing, Paul got his yellow, and our production on the left went from poor to almost non-existent
  6. blackhawk

    blackhawk New Member

    Sep 19, 2004
    Riverside, CA

    Not only did he take out Jovan but Whoopi to boot. Moreno should have been gone along with Victorine. Broome and Jones could have combined nicely on the left and fed Kiro some balls.

    Herzog injured himself in training on Wednesday and did not travel because of the injury. I would have brought Gordon on for Ruiz who was a complete disaster.
  7. rokstedy

    rokstedy Member+

    I love commieball
    Apr 20, 2001
    Northwest Orange County
    Los Angeles Galaxy
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    MissingMathis, I felt our left side was non-productive before the sub of Paul Broome. Putting Broome in pushed up the left and produce a little something, but that yellow card on Broome was bone-headed.

    Cobi for Whoopi was a good sub. Whoopi wasn't doing much except for running into the D and getting dispossessed. That and not receiving passes on time. Cobi provided a spark that kept us attacking.

    Gordon for Kiro was horrible. Ruiz should've been subbed because he wasn't doing jack squat!
  8. crookeddy

    crookeddy Member+

    Apr 27, 2004
    There is no excuse for this kidn of coaching. I mean Sampson actually thinks that its a good idea to have Victorine as a defender and Moreno as a midfielder.
  9. ZiggyGalaxy

    ZiggyGalaxy New Member

    Sep 22, 2004
    There was nothing wrong with Broome. He's prolly been our most consistent defender besides maybe Marshall (Albright is good attacking down the wings and tracking down air balls, but he lets his mark go far too much) and instead, he decides to put "Mr. Utility" (my ass) in at left back? What a joke. Joe also shouldn't have started, as he is much more dangerous up top and in the last third of the game when the defence is tired...furthermore...******** Joe Cannon...that stupid French Ligue 1 reject!
  10. cleschke

    cleschke Member+

    Aug 16, 2004
    Fullerton, CA
    Los Angeles Galaxy
    Nat'l Team:
    United States

    Well thats our Stevo, take our your most consistant offensive threat in the game out and put in an untested rookie. I guess this is Steve's offensive system at work. That has got to be one of the worst in game adjustments I have ever seen. Ruiz was godawful throughout. It was clear who needed to be subbed.

    Positive things to say about Steve:

    Cobi for Joseph- Good move. Joseph showed in this game he does not make a good winger and was consistantly out of position......usually too far upfield to recieve a ball and attack effectively up the flank.

    Broome at left back- Another good move. I have said this time and time again SASHA IS NOT A DEFENDER, nor should he be played there. Both Sigi and Steve are guilty of, for whatever reason, being way to fond of Victorine. Putting Broome in almost instantly made the distribution out of the left back third much more effective. Now if Steve can get it through his head not to start Sasha there then we wouldnt have to waste a substituion to make that adjustment once it becomes clear that Sasha is once again completely ineffective at this position.

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