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There is a deft way for a coach to handle benching a Captain. You say something like, Seans an important part of our team and still our Captain. Hes struggling a little on the pitch right now, so were going to give him a few games off and get back to his normal self. Hes still an important leader for our squad and we fully expect him to see playing time soon.

Armas probably isnt capable of that though.


The fact we are going through scenarios where we are benching our captain speaks volumes.

Im holding out hope he steps up, and this potentially terrible season doesnt all fall on him. Hes a good kid.
Does not need to be the martyr for RBG and Armas antics.

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Thought Sean had his best game in a long time today. Maybe he felt the weight of the armband and picked it up a notch. If he keeps this up then we can forget about benching him since it'll be a moot point

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Sean played well today. But then again the problem is not so much Sean as it is Armas and hamlet who almost dropped points in our home opener.

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get drunk and support him


A practical approach. 🍺

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Say what you want, but he definitely has the right mindset to be Captain. 

 

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RIP Guillermo Romulo, Alexander Francis Orig and Celenio Eleazar.

 

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

 

"Team That I Dream Of" and "Faithful To The Colors" 

 

 


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Say what you want, but he definitely has the right mindset to be Captain. 

 

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He sounded like Jesse Marsch in that interview lol.  Kids these days :)



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While he is not the most talented player on the team, he certainly seems like the best and most intelligent leader. 


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

 

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While he is not the most talented player on the team, he certainly seems like best and most intelligent leader. 

 

iirc, he was on the "Leadership Council" in '17(?).


RIP Guillermo Romulo, Alexander Francis Orig and Celenio Eleazar.

 

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

 

"Team That I Dream Of" and "Faithful To The Colors" 

 

 





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