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Posted: Apr 25 2012, 08:27 AM
Not asking for miracles.
Member No.: 273
Joined: 16-October 06
Nick DeLeon is looking like a great draft pick too. (Another one of those crappy un-technical NCAA players btw. :ph43r: )
What's up with Najar? If they get him firing too that team will have a wealth of attacking options and could give us a shelling over the two games.
Regardless, I think desperation, luck, and what quality we have has to get us some points in the next three games. In typical TFC fashion it'll probably be a battling draw in RSL, classy win - "we're turning the corner" - at home to DC, and then we just get destroyed away and give up 3 goals in the first 30 minutes. Just like how last year's back to back home wins over Vancouver seemed to signal improvement before we went to New York.
Then an ugly draw against a bad Philly team. End of May: 5pts from 10 games. 13 points dropped from 18 possible at home. Prove me wrong TFC! :kungfu:
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