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RedBullScouse

Member Since 11 Dec 2007
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In Topic: The Fire Chris Armas Thread

13 June 2019 - 02:07 PM

It was saved, not missed. Of course, we do not know why the keeper guessed to his left. Perhaps Alex tipped it.

It was knee-height, which makes it much easier for the keeper.  A well hit shot beats the keeper even if they guess correctly.


In Topic: Florin Tănase

13 June 2019 - 02:00 PM

Peak metro to blow a transfer of a title push level guy over 600,000$

 

 

Just fucking pay them so I can guess what wacky number we give him, first 14 after Henry, 20, 69, 94???

Since we are selling Kaku to get him, he can keep #10


In Topic: 2019 USOC

13 June 2019 - 01:15 PM

So, random thought, why was Montclair chosen as the RB2 facility? If RedBull were going to make investments to upgrade collegiate facilities for their USL squad, why didnt they partner with a more conveniently located school? If they wanted to keep it close to RBA, why not partner with Rutgers Newark or NJIT? If you wanted to make it convenient to the fans that commute from NYC, why not Stevens in Hoboken? You could literally walk to the Stevens campus from the Hoboken PATH, which has access to both 33rd St and WTC PATH lines.

I am sure there are other conveniently located colleges in NYC, I can only speak for the schools Im familiar with in NJ.

They've had a long term relationship with Montclair.   Newark campuses are sketchy AF and hardly more convenient.   Stevens is a traffic nightmare for anyone driving.  And you don't know who they might have talked to.  Maybe the other schools weren't interested.


In Topic: Florin Tănase

13 June 2019 - 01:07 PM

"Update on Florin Tanase. According to this #RBNY are in advanced talks for the transfer of Tanase. Says the current hold up is RBNY only want to offer $5M US (4.4M Euro) and FCSB want 5M Euros."

 

https://twitter.com/...218835385573379


In Topic: 2019 Player Salaries

13 June 2019 - 09:44 AM

Zlatan makes $7.2 million this year or, in other words, 87% of our total payroll. 

 

 

r/theydidthemath