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2tone
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Post #1
Friday January 3, 2014 1:29am

Joined Jul 2012
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Looks like Matt Miazga could be inline for some serious first team minutes next season. Holgersson is on his way out of NY.

richieJkulesaNY
Post #2
Friday January 3, 2014 2:55am

Joined Jun 2012
Total Posts: 1,016
Original post from 2tone

Looks like Matt Miazga could be inline for some serious first team minutes next season. Holgersson is on his way out of NY.


According to Franco Panizo, Petke hinted at that very idea.

rainORshine
Post #3
Friday January 3, 2014 5:44pm

Joined Dec 2012
Total Posts: 2,097
US supporters with their laser focus on US teenagers...

the bigger point here is that MLS fails to retain strong international player in the prime of his career. i dont even think NYRB fans realize how important MH was in NYs supporters shield season.

petke opened the season with pearce alongside olave and NY gave up 5 goals in 2 games - tying opener and losing to SJ. enter holgersson - NY has one of best defenses in league (conceding 36 in final 32) with MH starting every single game thereafter

not as dynamic/imposing as a guy like olave, but very steady and very good by MLS standards. due to financial restraints NY brings in an aging sekagya at end of last season and have to let MH go

what keeps MLS from moving the the next level? keeping good players in prime and building DEEPER ROSTERS

letting holgersson go is a good sign that we are still a ways from seeing MLS achieve this goal and move towards the strength of leagues like liga MX.

NYRB will struggle (compared to last year) and very few will correlate with the loss of MH

and miazga will most likely NOT be getting 'serious first-team minutes'... if petke wants to win games and keep his job

2tone
Ten-Towns
Post #4
Friday January 3, 2014 5:46pm

Joined Jul 2012
Total Posts: 9,047
Original post from rainORshine

US supporters with their laser focus on US teenagers...

the bigger point here is that MLS fails to retain strong international player in the prime of his career. i dont even think NYRB fans realize how important MH was in NYs supporters shield season.

petke opened the season with pearce alongside olave and NY gave up 5 goals in 2 games - tying opener and losing to SJ. enter holgersson - NY has one of best defenses in league (conceding 36 in final 32) with MH starting every single game thereafter

not as dynamic/imposing as a guy like olave, but very steady and very good by MLS standards. due to financial restraints NY brings in an aging sekagya at end of last season and have to let MH go

what keeps MLS from moving the the next level? keeping good players in prime and building DEEPER ROSTERS

letting holgersson go is a good sign that we are still a ways from seeing MLS achieve this goal and move towards the strength of leagues like liga MX.

NYRB will struggle (compared to last year) and very few will correlate with the loss of MH

and miazga will most likely NOT be getting 'serious first-team minutes'... if petke wants to win games and keep his job


Cool story.

Chrisou101
Post #5
Saturday January 4, 2014 3:41am

Joined Nov 2012
Total Posts: 626
Who knows, Maybe Miazga can prove doubters like you wrong.


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