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So we have Long Parker Reyes Tarek and Nealis. Looks like we'll be seeing 3-5-2 or whatever a lot more. Having 5 CBs is good. Remember in '15, we had Perrinelle Miazga Zubar and Ouimette. Jean-Baptiste was the fifth CB. Both Ouimette and AJB were meh. 

 

If it's a 4man backline:

 

Pendant (I guess) - Parker - Long - Duncan

 

with Reyes Tarek and Nealis as back ups

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3CB:

 

Parker - Long - Reyes

 

with Tarek and Nealis as back ups. 

 

So, having 5 CBs, won't be as stressful if there are Nat'l team callups, loss of form, USOC, and injuries. 


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Why didn't Miami keep him?


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So we have Long Parker Reyes Tarek and Nealis. Looks like we'll be seeing 3-5-2 or whatever a lot more. Having 5 CBs is good. Remember in '15, we had Perrinelle Miazga Zubar and Ouimette. Jean-Baptiste was the fifth CB. Both Ouimette and AJB were meh. 

 

Oh man it got worse than that, was it '17 that our CB depth was so awful that we ended up playing Zizzo there in more than a handful of games?

 

Reyes is giving me flashbacks to Redding, seems like a similar situation with some youth national team success but room to grow. Reyes can't possibly bust worse than Redding did!



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Why didn't Miami keep him?


Miami blew up the squad after 1 year. A sign of poor management.

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Miami blew up the squad after 1 year. A sign of poor management.


They had a power play by Beckham who is now more involved in soccer operations. Phil Neville is now rumored to be the next coach.

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He played 1100 minutes in 13 starts.

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Reyes can't possibly bust worse than Redding did!


It always scares me when people say things like this.

We are good enough to beat the best teams, and bad enough to lose to the worst teams. 


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He played 1100 minutes in 13 starts.

 

~2000 mins total in MLS and Colombia. 


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Reyes is solid a Davison Sanchez type. I like what I saw from him in MLS is back

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From what I can gather so far from Miami fans - physically impressive player but error prone and a card machine. I guess about what you'd expect from a CB project.

 

He passed through waivers though so we'll sign him for free, can't imagine he'll be paid too much either. Low risk, high reward signing.



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Card machine. So like Cichero? 


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

 

 

 


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Wow, 11 yellows and 2 reds in 13 games. That's pretty amazing.


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11 yellows and 2 reds in 13 games ... pretty amazing.


Evokes memories of Branco:
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We are good enough to beat the best teams, and bad enough to lose to the worst teams. 


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Maybe he can sort this out in rb 2




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