Post #1
Wednesday June 3, 2015 2:53pm

Joined Oct 2013
Total Posts: 2,548
Tonight's game sees DC with an opportunity to start putting some space between themselves and New England, everybody else. This is their chance to put their marker down and say come and get us. Chicago, we are getting it together as all the new players are starting to gel. Fire are creating chance after chance, and starting to score more of them. A win could see them climb to 3rd in the East, tied with Red Bulls on 17pts over 12 games.

@skangles- Johnson has been alternately injured, or benched by Yallop (who knows Sean J is leaving the club- or wants to get that European transfer) in favor of veteran Jon Busch, who will be our only keeper by the time the playoffs roll around. I'm hoping tonight will be Hamid v Johnson once again. I picture an old school style boxing promo flier thinking of it.

Plenty of good midfielders in tonight's game on both sides, should be a good game. Kitchen, Pontius, Polster, Shipp- for USMNT fans. This is the 50th regular season matchup all time, of course the stats say 18 wins apiece with 13 draws.

Post #2
Wednesday June 3, 2015 3:51pm

Joined Jul 2012
Total Posts: 635
I am hoping to watch this game but I am guessing it will be blacked out for me. I have MLS live and I live in Michigan. For some reason I usually can't watch revs or DC home games even though I live a long way away from either.

Post #3
Wednesday June 3, 2015 5:41pm

Joined Jan 2013
Total Posts: 5,323
I am actually in Michigan at the moment but I won't be able to watch either due to work commitments.

I'll only get to see the highlights but I hope its Hamid vs Johnson in the battle to be Klibsmann's #4.

Post #4
Wednesday June 3, 2015 5:51pm

Joined Oct 2013
Total Posts: 2,548
East coast game but at 6 for me here I may not be home in time to watch the first half. Big game for the Fire- we've only played 11 so far. I hope I don't put the kiss of death on him, but LB Joevin Jones from Trinidad has been fantastic this year. Great player. MLS really does a good job of showcasing CONCACAF talent.

Post #5
Thursday June 4, 2015 12:06pm

Joined Jan 2013
Total Posts: 5,323
So much for Hamid vs Johnson. Dykstra did well, he definitely redeemed himself as a professional GK after his nightmare performance in Costa Rica in February.

Post #6
Thursday June 4, 2015 4:28pm

Joined Oct 2013
Total Posts: 2,548
Turned out the undercard was the main event. Good win for DC they jump way up to the top of the pack. Flag planted. What a blown opportunity for the Fire.

Culver City, CA
Post #7
Thursday June 4, 2015 8:04pm

Joined Mar 2014
Total Posts: 2,146
Who enjoyed the dive that (I think) Jordan Harvey did to draw a PK for Vancouver vs Montreal?

The young soccer careers of Rubio Rubin and Brady Scott are headed in completely opposite directions.
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Good week for young Americans