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I smell...

 

worms.



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50-50 on driving down for this one. Anyone know what section the away supporters will be in?

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Full A lineup for this one, pls. 


RIP Guillermo Romulo, Alexander Francis Orig and Celenio Eleazar.

 

RIP Cesar Castello, Mike Vallo, and Glenn Stampiglia

 

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know what section the away supporters will be in?


https://www.philadel...ium-seating-map

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


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Full A lineup for this one, pls. 

Long fatigue? He played tonight for the USMNT. 



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https://www.philadel...ium-seating-map


At Yankee stadium they put rbny supporters in a different section than the one published on their website so I wasn't sure if Philly was the same way

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At Yankee stadium they put rbny supporters in a different section than the one published on their website so I wasn't sure if Philly was the same way


The away seats at Yankee Stadium have been known to change. Philly is always the same the section, to the best of my knowledge.

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Philly is always the same the section, to the best of my knowledge.


Originally, the PU away section was 132, with an overflow SG right next to it in 133. Obviously, that caused many problems the first few years. Eventually that group either dissolved or merged into the dwindling River End SG sections, and visitors were shifted to 133.

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


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At Yankee stadium they put rbny supporters in a different section than the one published on their website so I wasn't sure if Philly was the same way

Absolutely assinine the way the worms put away supporters just an aisle apart from the Tory Daughters of Ben.


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Long fatigue? He played tonight for the USMNT. 


He should be good to go, but I wouldnt be upset if he only logged 45.

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he'd be on 4 days rest with minimal travel. 


RIP Guillermo Romulo, Alexander Francis Orig and Celenio Eleazar.

 

RIP Cesar Castello, Mike Vallo, and Glenn Stampiglia

 

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he'd be on 4 days rest with minimal travel. 

and he's a center back



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Absolutely assinine the way the worms put away supporters just an aisle apart from the Tory Daughters of Ben.

Behold the brilliance of Nick Sack O'Shit!
Let's Go Buffalo!!!

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Absolutely assinine the way the worms put away supporters just an aisle apart from the Tory Daughters of Ben.

My first trip to Philly away included getting sworn at across the aisle by a pregnant woman.

 

The only way that could have been more Philly is if she threw a D battery at me.



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All I care about is the clean sheet. These types of teams cause problems for us. Bunker/counter/long switch/set piece etc. Need to make sure that all the little things are tight in defense.

No zonal marking blunders.
No picking up the ball before its out of bounds (facepalm).
Dont get caught with both outside backs up field.
Pressure the ball in midfield before the long switch.

No more excuses for soft goals. The big dance is coming up. Get that clean sheet!




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