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Metrohoboken

Member Since 20 Feb 2012
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In Topic: Tyler Adams plays for RBL

31 March 2020 - 10:03 AM

new article

 

https://www.mlssocce...itle-contenders


In Topic: Metro Mount Rushmore

31 March 2020 - 07:52 AM

MLSsoccer.com started doing a series of making a Mount Rushmore for every team, "the most influential players for every club". Hopefully, Doyle can provide some feedback, or we'll end up with some nonsense. Anyway, my four:

 

1. Thierry Henry

2. BWP

3. Mike Petke (as player and coach)

4. Clint Mathis

 

Toughest omissions: Angel, Robles

 

Maybe Robles over Mathis... Ugh. Tough call. Yeah, kinda has to be. All-time leader in games and all GK categories + 3 shields. Sorry, Cletus.

 

1. Titi

2. BWP

3. Petke

4. Robles

As much as I am my own hero I have to agree with 

Titi

BWP

Petke

Robles

 

5 -7 

Marsch

Mathis - talent swag and results

Dax

 

I was tempted to add in Lothar and Juan Petrevallo but ran out of notebook space unlike Osorio.


In Topic: Some people want to debate politics and healthcare

30 March 2020 - 01:35 PM

Cuomo's unhinged thinking:

https://mobile.twitt...685769685549057

https://mobile.twitt...685234139955202

https://mobile.twitt...687317274488833

Also, he finds the time to make dozens of media appearances but cant figure out how to properly staff New York's unemployment phone lines so people don't have to call hundreds of times to get though?

um what?

 

notice no mention of Grelldhino's own unhinged thinking - only on everyone else.. 

 

ROFLOL


In Topic: MLS, Red Bulls and Coronavirus

30 March 2020 - 01:02 PM

Saw an article that Marco, the guy that sits in 107 has it?

 

Damn.

https://elitesportsn...id-19-symptoms/

 

wow best wishes for speedy recovery!


In Topic: Metro Mount Rushmore

30 March 2020 - 12:54 PM

https://www.mlssocce...heir-supporters

 

OG fan Mark Fishkin went way back to the early MetroStars days to unveil one of the all-time great MLS names. “Rhett Harty became a cult hero in the early years of Metro when he shaved his head after NY lost back to back games in June 1996. The team responded with three straight wins, and the hard-nosed defender kept his Mr. Clean 'do intact for the rest of his MLS career.”