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    [thread started by Weirder Bremen on Tue 10/27 20:28 ET]
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from Weirder Bremen
on Wed 10/28 21:29 ET
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Nice combination by DC to take the lead 2-1. The
key was an Espindola backheel.

Jones then loses his temper and NE goes down to 10
and esto se acabo.
from Weirder Bremen
on Wed 10/28 21:30 ET
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Or did De Leon do the backheel?
from Seattle SC
on Wed 10/28 21:49 ET
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that was De Leon ...

DC advances, 2-1
from Weirder Bremen
on Wed 10/28 21:58 ET
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I thought backheels were above De Leon's pay grade.
from Weirder Bremen
on Wed 10/28 21:59 ET
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I'm wondering if there might be some competition
with baseball if there are playoff games in KC or
NY.
from Weirder Bremen
on Wed 10/28 22:13 ET
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Steven Goff ‏@SoccerInsider 29m29 minutes ago
Geiger: Franklin's arm "in a natural position. Bec
of short distance, there was also no time to react.
Case of ball to hand" #DCvNE
from Mohawks
on Wed 10/28 22:49 ET
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What is going on in this game right now
from Weirder Bremen
on Wed 10/28 23:15 ET
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It might have had something to do with Leo
Gonzalez.
from Seattle SC
on Wed 10/28 23:22 ET
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HT, 2-2 ... crazy first 25 min!
from Seattle SC
on Thu 10/29 0:18 ET
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Seattle!

from giggitty
on Thu 10/29 11:13 ET
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Statistic from last night that might be worth counting tonight. This is a bit strange however the disparity in both matches was clear. Throw ins. Yes throw ins this is peculiar however I was tracking this along with a couple other odd ones. The others didn't really say much either way so those will not even be mentioned.

Conventional wisdom would suggest the team taking more throws would have the better of play. Either the opposing team just outright lost possession or you are attacking well and at best all the opposition can do is put the ball out of bounds.

25 - NE
12 - DC

30 - LA
15 - SE

Very interesting the team taking more throws lost both times. This is by a wide margin both times. If you take it aggregate the numbers are 55 to 27 however the score is 3 to 5.

from Shaolin Mystigods
on Thu 10/29 13:05 ET
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I agree this is most interesting. I have no idea
what to make of it.

RFK was electric last night, as so many home games
have been this season. I am at a loss though to
explain how DC has been a dead fish on the road too
often. I hope they surprise us but the road thru
RBA will be treacherous. I'm just happy Sigi took
out his ex-employer.

Fred, godspeed.
from Dynamo Salem
on Thu 10/29 13:23 ET
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Get well Fred.

LA's back line looked lost. Like rickets and those guys only had a passing understanding of who was going to do what.

Strange to say, but Gerrard is no Marcelo Sarvas.
from Seattle SC
on Thu 10/29 14:08 ET
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Interesting - though I trust the source - to read that "RFK was electric last night" ... When on TV it looked pretty empty and wasn't very loud. Plus of course all the comments online last night and this morning were about how embarrassing it was that "no one was there" and that "it was complete quiet" ...
from Shaolin Mystigods
on Thu 10/29 14:59 ET
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That's a fair comment Matt. Turnout was low (about
12K) as it often is during the week, especially in
the rain. I imagine it did not look like even that
much on TV, RFK has seats that are out of the rain
and you never see those folks on TV. I thought
those of us that were there were fairly vocal,
though perhaps not near whatever mikes they had.
More important I think anyone would say the
atmosphere was as tense and engaged as it can be for
a crowd of 12K, hence "electric"

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