Jump to content


Member Since 26 Feb 2011
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 08:47 PM

Posts I've Made

In Topic: MLS, Red Bulls and Coronavirus

26 March 2020 - 07:44 PM


First Supporter Shield game....its via UniMas....but better than nothing....

In Topic: FMR R.I.P. John DeBrito

26 March 2020 - 06:38 PM

I was not aware that Alfredo Pacheco had died in 2015. He wasnt the greatest defender for Metro, but he was the first Salvadoran for Metro. God speed to all the players listed.

In Topic: MLS, Red Bulls and Coronavirus

26 March 2020 - 08:38 AM

Wouldnt Metlife Stadium be open at this point. They also do a good job converting soccer, to football, to concerts. They dont need a natrual grass field either. They can play on artificial turf.

Its in Jersey is the Smurfs excuse. Yet they were willing to use RBA....

In Topic: MLS, Red Bulls and Coronavirus

19 March 2020 - 01:02 PM


The US is doing a worse job than almost any other industrialized nation not called Italy and that is mostly down to horrible mismanagement and advice from the Federal government, including our president calling it a hoax only a few weeks ago. 

You do realize the US is the 3rd most populated country in the World.....only behind China and India respectively. And that is not considering the total number of indocumented immigrants here. Italy is #23 and South Korea is # 27.....with Italy only being 18% of the US population.


The numbers of infected individuals WILL SKY rocket now that more and more tests are being made available. But that does not mean those infected have a death sentence. 



In Topic: MLS, Red Bulls and Coronavirus

15 March 2020 - 09:42 PM

I hope folks do realize that Italians are heavy smokers which could lead to skewing the numbers of the recent deaths due to coronavirus. Its not that easy to say that this virus is a death sentence just yet. The numbers are not there and even with some of the more infected areas, like China or Iran, will fudge their numbers. The lack of viable tests also doesnt help to properly diagnose folks who may test positive. I guess best bet is to listen to our local governments and stay indoors, for the foreseeable future, with avoiding social contact and large crowds. Just err on the side of caution and hopefully this will all die out and we can look back at how dumb we looked at this situation.