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Don't forget, we gave him away for an international slot for next year...


After already running this whole year with what 1 or two never used?



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After already running this whole year with what 1 or two never used?
 


And we have backups like Jensen, Egbo, Tetteh, and Jorgensen wasting spots...


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We need a DP in the style of Hany Mukhtar (RBS alum) he's really good at the transition game.  Nashville looks really organized and understanding of what they want to do tactically. 



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We need a DP in the style of Hany Mukhtar (RBS alum) he's really good at the transition game.  Nashville looks really organized and understanding of what they want to do tactically. 


He reminds me a lot of Yusuf Pullson from Leipzig, but tbh I hope our DP 9 is of a higher quality than Mukhtar.

This Nashville team should not be this good but their coach has them really really tactically drilled much like that crapids team that won it all.

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He reminds me a lot of Yusuf Pullson from Leipzig, but tbh I hope our DP 9 is of a higher quality than Mukhtar.

This Nashville team should not be this good but their coach has them really really tactically drilled much like that crapids team that won it all.


Yeah that's what i mean of "in the style of".  He's not good enough but need someone who has the same strengths (good in transition, not a liability of D, not overly one dimension [likes to shoot and pass]). 



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Nashville scored once Muyl was subbed off. Maybe should've done that earlier...lol 


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Nashville did score with Muyl....goals called back though. Nashville actually owned Toronto. Just like Bruce Arena led New England over the Worms today.

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Has a Red Bull home grown player win MLS Cup yet? Looking increasing likely the first to do it will not be playing for the Red Bulls.

 

Glad we got rid of Muyl for nothing.  


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Glad we got rid of Muyl. 


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He reminds me a lot of Yusuf Pullson from Leipzig, but tbh I hope our DP 9 is of a higher quality than Mukhtar.

This Nashville team should not be this good but their coach has them really really tactically drilled much like that crapids team that won it all.

Dax at holding is a big part of their success.  We thought we were rich in midfield when he and the rest were traded.  Guess we weren't as rich as we thought.



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Dax at holding is a big part of their success.  We thought we were rich in midfield when he and the rest were traded.  Guess we weren't as rich as we thought.


We were until Tyler was sold. Pretty irreplaceable, although they havent brought in a positional replacement since he was sold 2 years ago.

Maybe this offseason they will finally sign a defensive midfielder that can cover some ground and do some of the work Tyler did.

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We were until Tyler was sold. Pretty irreplaceable, although they havent brought in a positional replacement since he was sold 2 years ago.

Maybe this offseason they will finally sign a defensive midfielder that can cover some ground and do some of the work Tyler did.

Agree.  And now we go back to the no replacement issue at midfield, striker, etc.  Hoping Struber and Co. get some higher quality.



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Dax at holding is a big part of their success.  We thought we were rich in midfield when he and the rest were traded.  Guess we weren't as rich as we thought.

4 years since the trade, and Dax is still better than his young up and coming replacement in Davis, while we struggle in CDM in play-offs.

 

P.S. Mods, can this post stay, I did not mention the taboo topic of criticizing you know who "after one game"



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4 years since the trade, and Dax is still better than his young up and coming replacement in Davis, while we struggle in CDM in play-offs.
 
P.S. Mods, can this post stay, I did not mention the taboo topic of criticizing you know who "after one game"

I think Adams was his up and coming replacement...unfortunately he left too.




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