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Post #46
Saturday November 7, 2015 9:45pm

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Original post from blaise213

Inglewood

=PROBABLY THE WORST CITY EVER IN HISTORY TO LIVE IN...IN THE WORLD


I was just there for a concert at the Forum. I seen worst cities than Inglewood but is pretty bad there. I would say Oakland is more bad.

tylercocinas
Post #47
Saturday November 7, 2015 9:55pm

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As Tupac said, Inglewood always up to no good

skangles
DC
Post #48
Sunday November 8, 2015 12:41am

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Original post from tylercocinas

As Tupac said, Inglewood always up to no good


Well played!



dolcem
Post #49
Sunday November 8, 2015 12:56am

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Original post from admsghs27

I was just there for a concert at the Forum. I seen worst cities than Inglewood but is pretty bad there. I would say Oakland is more bad.


"More bad?" I'm no grammar Nazi but that's awful even by your standards.
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cleancutimage
Post #50
Friday December 18, 2015 8:39pm

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Not a big fan of Goal.com but this article has to be somewhat true.

http://www.goal.com/en-us/news/1110/major-lea...

If so, then more power to him and good luck. I hope he joins a club he can start immediately and allows him to go through the growing pains. He needs to be in Europe.

Dave
Post #51
Saturday December 19, 2015 3:21am

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If Miazga finds a good club option in Europe (a team in Germany, England, Italy, or France) that is not fighting the drop, I'd hope that he and the Red Bulls can come to an agreement for his release. While he is young and still a bit raw Matt has a the potential of being a mainstay for years if he gets the training and development.
A CB pool containing Brooks, Miazga, Alvarado, & Carter-Vickers is very promising if they continue to develop along the same trajectory they have for the past couple years. Add Yedlin into the mix and you've got 3/4 ths of a backline in place for years.

Jzaval01
Post #52
Saturday December 19, 2015 5:05am

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Excellent but miazga has to becareful what club he chooses. At his age he needs consistent playing time. A team with defensive problems might help.

cleancutimage
Post #53
Monday December 21, 2015 7:11pm

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I could see Miazga going to Red Bulls sister club in Leipzig since it looks like they will be in the 1st Bundesliga next season. Don't think he has ever met Boyd but Boyd could show him around.

USAGunner
West Palm Beach
Post #54
Monday December 21, 2015 7:57pm

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He needs to go to a club where he will start consistently along side a veteran that can show him the ropes and continue to help him.
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recycledhumans
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Post #55
Tuesday December 22, 2015 4:13pm

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Original post from USAGunner

He needs to go to a club where he will start consistently along side a veteran that can show him the ropes and continue to help him.


Aston Villa could use some defensive help...

USAGunner
West Palm Beach
Post #56
Tuesday December 22, 2015 7:27pm

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I'd love for him to go to Aston Villa with Guzan, if he is able to play consistent. Could be a great combo for the USMNT in 2018.
Get our young defender playing with our sure to be Goal Keeper for 2018. Be very familiar with each other.
Also wouldn't mind seeing Miazga go to Hertha for that same reason (pair with Brooks). But sans those 2 (which I doubt either is much of an option) I'd prefer a lower level Bundesliga team or similar, and paired with a veteran.
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cleancutimage
Post #57
Tuesday December 22, 2015 7:53pm

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You say you want him to go to a club where he starts consistently alongside a veteran but think Villa would be a good idea? Villa is a sinking ship right now and I don't think Miazga is the answer and it would harm his growth.

I say RB Leipzig because they are an ambitious club and they are in the Red Bull system so if things do not work out over there then he can come back to RBNY. I think I would rather him play a club that is on its way up not down. Championship is good football regardless but I do not like that Villa situation and hope Guzan doesn't get stuck there if they do down. Villas backline has plenty of big names to learn from yes but up until this point they are has-beens. Their lack of quality in the attack doesn't help, I will admit.

MSantoine
Post #58
Wednesday December 23, 2015 1:17pm

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Guzan either wont be at Villa next year or he wont be our number one if he does stay there. If Howard is starting at Everton next year (likely) and Guzan playing in the Championship (if he stays at AV) then Howard is the number 1. Guzan has to know this and will almost definitely be looking to stay in premier league with a new club next year.

I like the Leipzig idea. Get a couple months this year in 2.bundes to get acclimated to decent quality european soccer, hopefully get into the coaches good graces and get some starts, fight to become a bundesliga starter in the fall.

USAGunner
West Palm Beach
Post #59
Wednesday December 23, 2015 2:10pm

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cleancut,

I guess you missed the qualifier there. "if he is able to play consistently". If he goes to AV and doesn't play, then it's awful. But if he goes to AV and plays consistently it would be a good thing.

Playing for a bad team in the Premier League going against the worlds best players (the ones you would be going against in the World Cup) is better than playing for a decent team in the 2 Bundesliga. But he has to actually play in the games.

No sitting the bench and being on the reserve for AV would not be good and actually playing for Leipzig would be much better in that case.
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Jzaval01
Post #60
Wednesday December 23, 2015 7:53pm

Joined May 2013
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Original post from USAGunner

cleancut,

I guess you missed the qualifier there. "if he is able to play consistently". If he goes to AV and doesn't play, then it's awful. But if he goes to AV and plays consistently it would be a good thing.

Playing for a bad team in the Premier League going against the worlds best players (the ones you would be going against in the World Cup) is better than playing for a decent team in the 2 Bundesliga. But he has to actually play in the games.

No sitting the bench and being on the reserve for AV would not be good and actually playing for Leipzig would be much better in that case.


But Aston Villa wont in the PL next season so it defeats your point. Unless there is a miracle there for AV. Now lets be realistic he isnt going to go to England EPL and starting from day 1. He will prob be on the bench first 6 months as he is unproven in Europe just like Yedlin. At his age what manners is building consistency by getting consistent minutes. He is really rated as a young prospect so a move to a lower team in top league would we excellent. Maybe a team like Leicester City who will not be top table every year and will prob be bought out next season

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