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to Nashville. not sure what the compensation in return would be outside of an int'l slot for both 2020 and 2021. 


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i mean why trade for an international slot for two years that you arent planning on using?  unless some of the green card info on the MLS site is wrong and they needed this for Tetteh.  Should be good for Alex, who is solid but we have a lot of guys on his level.

 

Its nice having a functional front office that does stuff and is open for business.  



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So they need an international slot because they never got Royer a green card and because we have two players who never play, Jorgensen and Egbo, wasting them. Great roster building!


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So we have an international slot who else is coming in

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So we have an international slot who else is coming in

 

was my exact thought. 


RIP Guillermo Romulo, Alexander Francis Orig, Celenio Eleazar, and my Mom, Resurreccion Eleazar.

 

RIP Cesar Castello, Mike Vallo, Glenn Stampiglia, Bob Paquette, and Warren Lee

 

 

 


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I would love to see a big number 9 striker

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Someone fast please.  Desperate for some speed...



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Actually I want to see that Chris Armas has been let go headline first.



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Someone fast please.  Desperate for some speed...

Muyl is fast. Not that I want someone slow but we need quality on the ball desperately.



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Someone fast please.  Desperate for some speed...

Like Etienne...

Actually I want to see that Chris Armas has been let go headline first.

The only thing Im waiting for before I renew my tix.

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Like Etienne...

The only thing Im waiting for before I renew my tix.

 

Yes same here.  I will go in on Seson tix if Armas is let go.  Voice that to my rep months ago.



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Muyl can be a useful bench player, unfortunately he was asked to play a bigger role for a lot of his time here. I wish he was used more like he was against ATL in Orlando, coming in as a second half sub when we have the lead and just pressing and wearing the opponent out.

Good luck to him. The move to Columbus has worked out well for Etienne, hopefully this move will work out similarly for Muyl.



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Muyl is fast. Not that I want someone slow but we need quality on the ball desperately.

That's why I mentioned speed.  Muyl was the only fast guy that got some playng time.  With him gone, speed is lacking.






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