@tombogert From an #rbny perspective, I think about a player like Pendant, who they transferred in just this season. He has not, frankly, been great, and if it was up to me, I’d move on from him. But also, it seems like he probably has at least one more year guaranteed but who knows
top soccer clubs playing a lot less aggressively is a real trend rn
my hypothesis is that teams have better responses to a high press (reserved, ball progression fbs particularly) making pressing a tactic with higher talent requirements that fewer top clubs easily clear
@RBNY_History Grelladino... great fun seeing him advance as an "older" player like Luis.... plus really fun to hang out with. and of course, gave the RBNY the fastest goal in league history... taking the title from... #RBNY's Tim Cahill!
On this date in 2017, #RBNY declined the contract options of 10 players, among them Mike Grella & Gonzalo Veron.
Grella would play 2018 in Columbus before retiring in 2019.
Veron's rights were taken by DC in the re-entry draft, but he went instead to Independiente in Argentina.
On this date in 2008, defender Jeff Parke was selected by Seattle in the expansion draft, ending his 5 seasons for Metro and #RBNY.
The FINAL pick of the 2004 MLS SuperDraft, Parke played 143 matches for Metro. He's still 12th all-time in minutes played for the club.
@MattDoyle76 We also need more player nicknames. I love that "The Kid" has caught on for Caden Clark, at least in #RBNY circles
We also can't call all of them Captain America. For me Pulisic gets that moniker.
I've seen Dortmunds twitter refer to Gio as The American Dream which I like too
Episode 40 is LIVE! MLS Playoffs Round 1 had some of the craziest action of the year, so of course we had to react to it! Check it out on YT or our website to hear us chat about #InterMiamiCF, #RBNY bowing out early and the craziest PK shootout in history!
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