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    Default MLS Playoffs 2013

    http://www.mlssoccer.com/standings

    Pretty interesting race going on to see who even makes the playoffs. 3-4 games left for most teams, and a lot of teams in danger of not making the playoffs. As of right now, KC is 2nd in the East, but only 6 pts ahead of 6th place Philly. Montreal is 4 pts ahead of Philly, and has suffered drastic loss of form... Like I predicted at the beginning of season that old geezers in Mtl will eventually slow down with fatigue and injuries as the season goes on, and so will Mtl's form.

    And Vancouver has been sucking ever since Camilo loss his form. Also very tight in the West, with 8 teams still in playoff hunt.

    Ah, parity. Never boring


    • Knockout Games: Oct. 30-31 (Wed.-Thurs.)


    • Conference Semifinals, Leg 1: Nov. 2-3 (Sat.-Sun.)
    • Conference Semifinals, Leg 2: Nov. 6-7 (Wed.-Thurs.)


    • Conference Finals, Leg 1: Nov. 9-10 (Sat.-Sun.)
    • Conference Finals, Leg 2: Nov. 23-24 (Sat.-Sun.)


    • MLS Cup: Dec. 7 (Sat.)
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    Really believe the way things are going it's going to come down to Montreals game here to close the season.

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    and i hope we crush them and ruin it for them ahaha

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    Watch just for Camilo's potential goal of the year stuff.

    Also, Caps now 6 points back from playoff spot. Awesome

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    3 games tonight, all of them with playoff implications. Actually, every game has playoff implications lol. Will be watching Seattle vs Vancouver at 10

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    Kekuta Manneh with hat trick. Vancouver rolling over Seattle

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    Starting to wonder who crashes out first, Montreal Seattle?

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    4-1 final. Vancouver with a huge win and currently 3 pts out of final spot

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yohan View Post
    4-1 final. Vancouver with a huge win and currently 3 pts out of final spot
    Quite enjoyed that game. Manneh really highlights how little speed we have.

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    Seattle at Portland now. Crazy atmosphere in Portland. Huge playoff and Cascadia Cup game

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    Last edited by Yohan; 10-13-2013 at 08:17 PM.

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    Add that to the "reasons for" column of our roof request.
    Great place to hang a TIFO.

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    TIFO's are really close to jumping the shark.

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    Montreal at LA now. Critical game for both teams. If either teams win, they get a little breathing room for playoff spot. A loss would hurt a lot

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    Yohan I can't believe how few fans showed up in LA...

    They really don't seem to care that much in LA.

    Seems like a waste of a good franchise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alonso View Post
    Yohan I can't believe how few fans showed up in LA...

    They really don't seem to care that much in LA.

    Seems like a waste of a good franchise.
    midweek game at LA have limited parking spots available. They share with UCLA or something

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alonso View Post
    Yohan I can't believe how few fans showed up in LA...

    They really don't seem to care that much in LA.

    Seems like a waste of a good franchise.
    Stadium location probably has something to do with it. Plus the university limits attendance for midweek games.

    But yeah, it really makes you realize how few consistently good markets there are in MLS. It shows how much further we have to go if NY and LA with their marquee names and top teams can't fill their great stadiums.

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    Montreal looks awful. Midfield is totally clueless. Where's Felipe?

    Di Vaio getting frustrated with his teammates.

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    ^^^^^^

    Yeah guys, it's funny how the markets with the pull that LA and NY have around the world seem to care the least especially when they have players like Henry, Cahil, Keane, and Donavan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alonso View Post
    ^^^^^^

    Yeah guys, it's funny how the markets with the pull that LA and NY have around the world seem to care the least especially when they have players like Henry, Cahil, Keane, and Donavan.
    Not really the case as LA and NY don't have the best stadium situation.

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    Salizar is brutal
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanO View Post
    Montreal looks awful. Midfield is totally clueless. Where's Felipe?

    Di Vaio getting frustrated with his teammates.
    the old geezers on Impact needed a break, though don't know why Felipe is not playing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
    Not really the case as LA and NY don't have the best stadium situation.

    I think you're missing my point, on the best of days, these teams (NY and LA) pale in comparison for passionate fans compared to several other smaller market teams that would kill for these types of players.

    The irony being that most of these world class players have to be convinced to go to any MLS market other than NY or LA.
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    Opare with 1st MLS goal. Cap him!

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    Hahahahah oh the Impact are Shite!

    5-5-10 since crowning themselfs supporters shield winners lmao.

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    Well, this shapes up some fun. Montreal v Union this weekend - huge for both teams. NE have a hom and away series with Columbus leaving us with Montreal. I can't wait to see how this shakes out.
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    Not saying I ever want to see us lose a match, but man oh man.

    If we happen to lose to Chicago and beat Montreal, and therefore have the chance, first hand, to take in the beauty of their epic collapse while sticking the final fork in their poutine... it would be on par with the feeling of avoiding relegation; I imagine.

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    So if Montreal beat Philly and we beat Chicago, Montreal would be in and the last game would have influence on home field advantage.

    However if we don't win and Philly come up with a respectable game....could really make that last game intense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil View Post
    So if Montreal beat Philly and we beat Chicago, Montreal would be in and the last game would have influence on home field advantage.

    However if we don't win and Philly come up with a respectable game....could really make that last game intense.
    Just looking at past results an form it's tough to think that the LIMPACT will get anything out of Philly. Both teams fighting there way into the playoffs and results lately if have to give the advantage to Philly.

    Hopefully all the cards fall in the right spots and we really have a chance to screw Montreal. Not only to screw them but to have some big time stakes on our last game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BuSaPuNk View Post
    Just looking at past results an form it's tough to think that the LIMPACT will get anything out of Philly. Both teams fighting there way into the playoffs and results lately if have to give the advantage to Philly.

    Hopefully all the cards fall in the right spots and we really have a chance to screw Montreal. Not only to screw them but to have some big time stakes on our last game.
    that last part really made me sad. is this what we have to cheer our team for? screw the other guy over?

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