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Wondering if FC Cincinnati Will Interview Woly


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Given Luke Sassano's role at FCC, I wouldn't be surprised if Woly gets an interview.  Does anyone here know if they are chummy?  They obviously played a lot of soccer together.  



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Koch had a similar resume to Woly's - good coach in USL, but no top level head coaching experience.  My guess is that Cincy, having been burned with Koch, will go in a different direction with the next coach.  Instead of a young guy with potential, they'll get someone with more of a proven track record.  So I'd be surprised if they hired Woly.  

 

Which is not to say that Woly doesn't deserve a shot, I just don't think that Cincy at this time would be interested in him.



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David moyes and Bruce arena are rumored to take over at cincy

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Revs just fired Friedel:

http://www.espn.com/...evolution-coach



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Revs just fired Friedel:
http://www.espn.com/...evolution-coach


We havent looked as bad as NE, but have we looked that much better?

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Revs just fired Friedel:
http://www.espn.com/...evolution-coach


Have we looked much better than NE? Coaches are being let go with less to work with than Armas. Its time.

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Have we looked much better than NE? Coaches are being let go with less to work with than Armas. Its time.


...yeah, a lot better. They've given up 30 goals this season, including 18 in the last 4. They lost consecutive matches to Philadelphia and Chicago by 5.

We're underperforming our talent. New England was in full mutiny.

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Can't compare Friedel and Armas at all. Friedel hasn't looked like he knew what he was doing from the jump. He also couldn't manage the locker room at all. Say what you will about Armas but as we see in the All Access videos, he knows how to connect to the players and keep the group united. 

 

And I don't think FCC wants Woly they'll look for a bigger splash. Also hope that Woly has seen how the RB network has helped Marsch and hope he can follow in those footsteps and work his way up the organization. 



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Can't compare Friedel and Armas at all.


I guess my comparison would be that they both need to be fired.

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We havent looked as bad as NE, but have we looked that much better?


Revs are 0-3-1 in their last 4 and a -13 goal differential in that stretch. Our current form is bad and unacceptable for what weve come to expect, but we havent been even close to as bad as them. Were losing 1 goal games, theyre routinely getting their doors blown off and run off the pitch. We are 19 goals better than them in total.

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Revs are 0-3-1 in their last 4 and a -13 goal differential in that stretch. Our current form is bad and unacceptable for what weve come to expect, but we havent been even close to as bad as them. Were losing 1 goal games, theyre routinely getting their doors blown off and run off the pitch. We are 19 goals better than them in total.


All true...and yet when we went to their house...

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And I don't think FCC wants Woly they'll look for a bigger splash. Also hope that Woly has seen how the RB network has helped Marsch and hope he can follow in those footsteps and work his way up the organization. 

Maybe they'll hire Henry? /s



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We havent looked as bad as NE, but have we looked that much better?

 

They beat us.. so...



"Red Bull on the pitch - Metro in our hearts."

 

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Woly absolutely deserves a shot if they're looking at USL coaches. But I think given their results, they'll be looking for someone who has managed in MLS before.
Frankly, since I am merely a fan and a not a fancy American soccer writer, I'm going to congratulate Wright-Phillips on a well hit goal. If I was an American soccer writer, I'd claim that the recently retired Henry was wearing an invisibility cloak and carried the ball into the net for the obviously unskilled Wright-Phillips.

If you scan YouTube looking for Bradley Wright-Phillips, youll find numerous goal compilations, a few interviews and, eventually, an excerpt from the grime mixtape series Lord of the Mics.




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