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We most certainly did! I am really looking forward to next season. We've got one of the most talented young squads in the league, and let's not forget about MLS's best defender, JoGo! We'll definitely be a legitimate contender next season.
Hey man, we haven't talked Revs in a while!
Sunday's game against the Crew is going to be huge! But I think we'll have more than enough quality to finish in the top 5. It is also quite clear that the rest of the east does indeed FEAR the Revolution and are extremely exciting young talent.
Illara was so fucking overpriced! The signings are fantastic. Isco is a monster.
Hussle man, dough don't come easy. :)
What striker issue? Lol. Higuain and Benzema are world-class (at least according to my definition). The problem is that you can't split the position between the two of them. We Barca fans are fast getting attached to the whole Neymar deal, 'cause basically we have nothing else to cheer ourselves with. The off-season was going pretty bad (still not even close to getting a CB it seems), but it just got worse with the Tito news. Good or bad coach, he is still a great guy and I feel so sorry for him. Good or bad, it's hard to find a new coach with the season so close to starting. I'd say things are looking up for Madrid. Great coach without the extra baggage, Zidane taking leadership within the club's direction, 3 great signings for 3 very good young players (indeed, no more Arbeloa ANYWHERE!), and an optimism and hunger that maybe just wasn't there. Mourinho got Madrid playing at a high level, but I think hate fueled most of Madrid's energy and it backfired. I think Mourinho forgets he's dealing with footballers, not fighting dogs.
I rarely see you in the comments section anymore..
Madrid, yes, but I don't know about Barca. Neymar's arrival may be enough to scare other teams a bit again, but that defense is as holey as last year and time is running out to sign a top CB. But Madrid, I definitely see good movement. They just got really creative with the Isco signing, Illarramendi is really good (expensive, but the prices are what they are), and Carvajal is probably 10, 20, 30 times better than Arbeloa. Madrid with Ancelotti and Zidane are thinking about the future, a refreshing change from Florentino's usual galactico approach. In the meantime, it looks like Tito doesn't trust La Masia enough. But hey, definitely must-watch TV.
It may be the only chance I get to watch the Portuguese national team (and Ronaldo) in person, so I will definitely be there, even if I have to miss an exam at my college lol! This is an opportunity of a lifetime.
There are approximately 1 million Portuguese Americans and the majority of them are situated in the north east. I'm hoping that we'll make up the majority of the attendance, but it's always tough when you're competing with Brazilians haha.
I wanted to know if you knew about the Portugal-Brazil friendly that is going to be played at Gillette Stadium. The game is scheduled to take place on Tuesday, September 10th at 8:30 pm, and tickets go on sale July 19th I believe.
I thought you'd be interested.
Words cannot describe how excited I am for this game. Should be a hell of an atmosphere considering the massive Portuguese and Brazilian communities in New England.
yeah, it was a very comfortable win.
When I mean by virtual, is that, assuming the US continues it's fine form and that Costa Rica has a sudden drop in form along with the other teams continuing their poor form, will qualify.