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Discussion in 'MLS: News & Analysis' started by Fiosfan, Mar 28, 2017.
Early days. BTW, Minnesota is averaging 35k.
They say knowing is half the battle. So, knowing you only have that one problem...
Wow, I didn't realize it was that many goals against.
They suspect the blizzard impacted the goal line technology, so they might be off by a couple hundred.
I was just looking at the highlites; it's pretty close.
Incidentally, I think this game was played at NY Cosmos' latest home field.
I would love to hear your argument for what MLS keepers are better than him.
Two goals he had no chance of stopping. That isn't a great argument for why Howard isn't a number one. Howard to me is still the best goalie in the league.
Just came across this:
This day in 1985 (according to Wikipedia, but it sounds about right):
The NASL folds.
While snooping aoround, I also came across this:
"The Dallas Morning News estimated Hunt and McNutt’s cumulative financial loss over 15 years (of owning the Dallas Tornado) at a minimum of $20 million."
Enough can't be said for Lamar Hunt; and others back in the day like McNutt, etc.
I love the smell of ignorant bigotry in the morning.
I was joking about using the minnesota game as a measuring stick. But their GAA went up after he took over the starting job last summer. He's not as good as both his reputation and paycheck suggest.
Your team's SB Nation blog disagrees with you:
Sounder at Heart is pretty legit, but I'm not sure that SB Nation in general is the standard by which we judge these things, is it? I mean is that a world you want to live in?
No, but my point was more that a non-Rapids blog (that just happened to be the one for the poster's team) was calling Howard the best in MLS, and backing it up with stats. If I posted a Rapids blog there would be obvious bias issues, less so for a Sounders blog.