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    Quote Originally Posted by tfcfans View Post
    I’m shocked at this scoreline based on the play this half — happy, but shocked....LOL...
    NYFC today look like we used to look: lots of technique and talent and possession, not much shooting or end product.

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    Every time Bradley talks about Jimenez he reins it in as much as possible. Ego management.

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    love the scouting of Jesus Jimenez, if we have to take our time finding these diamonds, its well worth it, well done TFC being able to adapt to B Bradleys new coaching style

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    Worth noting Bradley had a killer half there. He was everywhere shutting shit down.

    Petrasso and Shaff make a dangerous pair on the wing. One of them just needs to attack the box more. They're both very tentative about trying to beat the first man inside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PizzaEatingYeti View Post
    That stadium looks like not more than 60% full...
    Its about 70 now

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    Quote Originally Posted by gracos View Post
    love the scouting of Jesus Jimenez, if we have to take our time finding these diamonds, its well worth it, well done TFC being able to adapt to B Bradleys new coaching style
    A former coach of Bradley's from Norway was coaching in Poland and told him Jimenez was the best attacker in the Polish First Division, which is the same league that produced Adam Buksa. The dude is a baller. He directs traffic, too.

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    Thoughts at the half:

    Osorio on fire!
    Bradley has the team playing a very attractive style.
    The team is building confidence and looking good. Excited for the second half of the season when the team will be further improved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gracos View Post
    love the scouting of Jesus Jimenez, if we have to take our time finding these diamonds, its well worth it, well done TFC being able to adapt to B Bradleys new coaching style
    The success of players coming from Poland into MLS should be noticed.

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    Caldwell just won't give it up even though there's a) no way you can see a clip of the heel from those angles and b) the slow motion reverse angle shows him balanced and taking a full extra stride before he suddenly loses balance.

    He's... arrhg.

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    From 116 today.

    They were living in a pocket between Poz, Bradley and Thompson.

    They are very good at transition.

    Bono can't distribute worth a jar of pee.

    Bradley's passes miss out way more than before.

    Salcedo doesn't suffer fools lightly.

    Castellanos is very good.

    Petrasso & Shaff are going to kill teams when one of them works with Insigne.

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    Talles Magno is the best player on the field today. Osorio is a very close second.

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    Game won. Magno was dominating Thompson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jloome View Post
    Caldwell just won't give it up even though there's a) no way you can see a clip of the heel from those angles and b) the slow motion reverse angle shows him balanced and taking a full extra stride before he suddenly loses balance.

    He's... arrhg.
    So frustrating. The reverse angle was clear and obvious it was a dive.

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    Drew Fischer is a joke of a ref, tbf

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    How idiot is Caldwell?

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    Both teams have slowed right down this half. NYFC seems to struggle without a quick transition.

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    I can forgive Okello for his technical issues, I cannot forgive him for losing physical battles.

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    We're dropping too deep already. A bit worrisome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeForbes View Post
    I can forgive Okello for his technical issues, I cannot forgive him for losing physical battles.
    He’s way too passive. Needs to get stuck in and close down tighter

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    Good to hear Bono screaming to the defense to watch out for the quick corner.

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    Bono going after Okello immediately after that turnover goes out for a corner and I don't blame him.

    Makes me think of Brian Burke's quote about Bobby Ryan: "He can't spell intensity."

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    Lol, McNaughton's a smart player. He's not getting up too quickly right now.

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    macnaughton is punished for being very good

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    these fine young gentlemen can't run 96 minutes or so

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    Bradley might of saved the season by switching to a 3 at the back system.

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    MacNaughton looking like an absolute steal.

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    Just because it is kind of funny for Bono to never have a clean sheet again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ag futbol View Post
    MacNaughton looking like an absolute steal.
    Damn I cursed it

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    Good game despite losing the clean sheet.

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    Nice win! These results go a long way over the course of a season

 

 

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