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Hassli has yet to record a goal all season, but considering the plethora of attacking options Vancouver added to the squad this offseason, can he really be blamed for his lack of statistical production?
Hassli has not quite hit his stride yet in 2012, but I’m sure he is just a goal away from gaining confidence and rolling right back into last year’s form.
While Becks so far hasn’t gotten into the same groove he rode all last year, that might not be his fault. The Galaxy’s over-exhaustion and tough schedule to start the season has caused the whole team, not just Beckham, to underperform.
Give him a few more weeks and I’m sure we will have deja-vu moments of last season.
With Frings on the sidelines, TFC was hoping for their other million-dollar baby, Danny Koevermans, to step up and carry this team. That has not been the case.
However, due to the injuries sustained by the veteran so far this season he earns a break. Just know that you are not off the hook yet, Danny!
While Brek does have three goals to his name this season, he hasn’t really done much in terms of offensive production. Call it tiredness, overly high expectations, or simply lack of form—Shea is not exactly putting forth the performances that earned him serious USMNT minutes last fall.
It is not that Shea hasn’t been good, just not the Tony the Tiger "Greeeat” that we have come to expect from him.
While on some nights Chara can be the best player on the pitch, others he goes completely missing for long periods of time.
However, considering he barely is making a six-figure salary, one cannot criticize Chara’s DP label too much this season. Nevertheless, his streaky play is what keeps him in this mediocre group for now.
The Costa Rican really hasn’t broken out yet this season for RSL. Sabo has scored just once since March, and that includes Salt Lake’s crazy April schedule that featured games seemingly every day.
There is nothing to really complain about, but nothing to really complement either. Simply put, Saborio is just being average.
With the Sounders playing limited games and Fernandez battling a little bit of an injury, we haven’t seen much of the Uruguayan so far this year. In his few performances, Fernandez has done fine and played his role well. His highlight came against Toronto when he bagged two assists in just 65 minutes.
Since then, he has yet to put a single shot on goal. Fernandez is playing fine so far, but we should expect more from him in the upcoming months.