Jump to content

Tyler Pasher incoming


  • Please log in to reply
94 replies to this topic

#16
Metro dummy

Metro dummy

    Reserve Team

  • Members
  • PipPip
  • 109 posts
  • Interests:Red Bulls soccer, the joke is on us.

A player like him won't put more fannies in the seats at RBA that's for sure.



#17
thoward18

thoward18

    Player/Manager

  • Members
  • PipPipPipPip
  • 3,490 posts
  • Supports:Metro

Because he was not a good central midfielder. 

I think this signing sucks but you could use this logic for Pasher moving to LB. Shit argument.

 

Also, I don't exactly look at Houston as the paragon of good roster decisions. But again, this dude is probably going to suck.



#18
Antonius Block

Antonius Block

    First Team

  • Members
  • PipPipPip
  • 1,622 posts
  • Supports:RBNY, Sligo Rovers

I think this signing sucks but you could use this logic for Pasher moving to LB. Shit argument.

 

Also, I don't exactly look at Houston as the paragon of good roster decisions. But again, this dude is probably going to suck.

Pasher is 28 years old.  Not exactly the age where a player develops and grows into a new position.

 

Long was 21 years old when Portland released him.


"To believe is to suffer. It is like loving someone in the dark who never answers." - Antonius Block on Metro fandom


#19
thoward18

thoward18

    Player/Manager

  • Members
  • PipPipPipPip
  • 3,490 posts
  • Supports:Metro

Pasher is 28 years old.  Not exactly the age where a player develops and grows into a new position.

 

Long was 21 years old when Portland released him.

Yeah see that's a better argument. 



#20
bkizoulis

bkizoulis

    Reserve Team

  • Members
  • PipPip
  • 419 posts
Dart throw from the front office. Wont judge the guy until I see him play. My question is Does the FO know they could sign players from Europe/South America that are FA right now? Red Bull corporation must hate NY.

#21
ivo

ivo

    Player/Manager

  • Members
  • PipPipPipPip
  • 3,885 posts
  • Location:Queens
  • Supports:NYRB, Real Madrid
We could use literally warm bodies at certain positions, so sure, I guess.

#22
bkizoulis

bkizoulis

    Reserve Team

  • Members
  • PipPip
  • 419 posts
Any good games from him will be a bonus. Dont expect much or get worked up if he ends up with rb 2

#23
Mibabalou

Mibabalou

    Player/Manager

  • Members
  • PipPipPipPip
  • 2,740 posts
  • Location:Brooklyn
  • Supports:MUFC, NYRB, NYRB2, USMNT
Looks about standard backup mls fullback.

Better than nothing would be my thoughts.

#24
Bklynfootballer

Bklynfootballer

    Reserve Team

  • Members
  • PipPip
  • 237 posts
  • Location:Brooklyn, NY
  • Supports:RBNY, USA
https://youtu.be/Tw826bppy2Q

Not an exciting pick up, but this shows some pretty good skill/ability. Also getting called up to the national team is a good sign.

I hope he contributes.

#25
TK_RBNY

TK_RBNY

    Player/Manager

  • Members
  • PipPipPipPip
  • 3,435 posts
  • Supports:Red Bulls, Fulham

Any good games from him will be a bonus. Dont expect much or get worked up if he ends up with rb 2


Yeah there is no way hes playing with the 2s. Even if he sits on the bench he is going to be Tolkin insurance.

#26
iced1776

iced1776

    Dir. of Football Operations

  • Members
  • PipPipPipPipPip
  • 9,363 posts
  • Supports:NY Red Bulls, FC Barcelona
Scouting reports from Houston fans are saying this guy never played LB for them. Used to be a creative attacking player, good dribbler, but fell off hard after a bad leg injury. Not a great defender.

#27
defendyourself

defendyourself

    Player/Manager

  • Members
  • PipPipPipPip
  • 2,578 posts
  • Supports:RBNY, USMNT, Arsenal

signing a guy already on a MLS contract so he doesnt need a visa is a plus, we honestly need some bodies.  Should bring a vet presence to locker room too.  Had like 5 empty senior slots 5 days ago so using one on someone like this is no big deal.  According to transfermarkt he played a lot of left back in USL and seems to have decent work rate even though Houston fans disagree. 

 

Will find out soon enough



#28
MetroFanatic

MetroFanatic

    Choose Metro.

  • Admin
  • PipPipPipPipPip
  • 18,050 posts
  • Location:MetroFanatic.com
  • Supports:Metro

Metro Canadians, ranked:

 

1. Dwayne De Rosario (by default)

2. Karl Ouimette (this is not a good list)

3. Greg Sutton (proof that GAA is not a real good stat)

4. Marco Rizi

?. O'Vonte Mullings (not a first-team player yet)

 

Ouch.

 

real #1 is Mark Chung (born in Canada, but capped for US)


MetroFanatic.com. Metro Forever.

#29
Right Back

Right Back

    First Team

  • Members
  • PipPipPip
  • 1,148 posts
  • Location:Mass
  • Interests:RedBullOut
  • Supports:Metro, RedBullOut

At least this guy has scored a few bangers. If he can be serviceable at LB it is filling a position of need since Pendant left. Even getting Tolkin some rest 20-30 minutes here and there should be helpful. 

 

Having said that, Oyongo is a free agent atm and I was hoping someone might be smart enough to bring him in, but oh well.


#RedBullOut

 

 

Rats get fat, good men die.


#30
elf

elf

    Dir. of Football Operations

  • Members
  • PipPipPipPipPip
  • 6,547 posts
  • Supports:Metrostars

At least this guy has scored a few bangers. If he can be serviceable at LB it is filling a position of need since Pendant left. Even getting Tolkin some rest 20-30 minutes here and there should be helpful. 

 

Having said that, Oyongo is a free agent atm and I was hoping someone might be smart enough to bring him in, but oh well.

wasnt birth certificate an issue with him? or was that abang? he could be 18 years old again :-D






0 user(s) are reading this topic

0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users