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#1: MLS Week 17 part 1 [R]

Posted on 2006-07-21 21:12:02 by Sir Denis Eton-Hogg

July 19

Columbus 0
New York 2

NY -- Chris Henderson (Edson Buddle) 50
NY -- Jerrod Laventure (Jean Philippe Peguero, Jon Conway) 90

Hire Richie Williams! Team is off the bottom of the table. Swap Youri
for Amado Guevara. Return Marvell Wynne to starter at right back. Seems
simple enough. Sigi OTOH just doesn't have the horses.

July 20

Colorado Rapids 3
Chivas USA 3

CHV -- Juan Francisco Palencia(unassisted) 9
COL -- Dedi Ben Dayan (Jovan Kirovski, Kyle Beckerman) 10
COL -- Clint Mathis (Dedi Ben Dayan, Terry Cooke) 67
CHV -- Jonathan Bornstein (unassisted) 74
CHV -- Jonathan Bornstein (Lawson Vaughn) 91+
COL -- Jacob Peterson (Terry Cooke) 93+

COL -- Mike Petke (ejection; Second Caution) 68

Good MLS showcase game for the Club America fans that turned out for
the doubleheader. Bradley deserves credit for the Chivas turn around.
Probably too late for serious consideration for the USMNT gig but
should at least rate a call from Sunil Gulati. If you're looking for an
offensive minded future USA left back Jonathan Bornstein might be your
player. He was shifted to striker(where he played at UCLA) for this
game and put in two. One time hot prospect Terry Cooke has been reborn
in Colorado.

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#2: Re: MLS Week 17 part 1 [R]

Posted on 2006-07-21 23:30:59 by pb4usenet

Cosmos Factory wrote:
> Sigi just doesn't have the horses.

It's easy to sympathize with all of the Crew's injuries. At the same
time, Sigi has fallen into some terrible kneejerk coaching. By making
so many line-up and personnel changes, he is neither improving nor
solidifying his team.

> USA left back Jonathan Bornstein might be your
> player. He was shifted to striker(where he played at UCLA) for this
> game and put in two.

It's been widely reported that Bornstein was a forward at UCLA, but I
believe that he actually played more often in wide midfield, which is
where I saw him line up for them.

P

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#3: Re: MLS Week 17 part 1 [R]

Posted on 2006-07-21 23:37:03 by markvanderv1

<a href="mailto:pb4usenet&#64;yahoo.com" target="_blank">pb4usenet&#64;yahoo.com</a> wrote:

&gt;
&gt; &gt; USA left back Jonathan Bornstein might be your
&gt; &gt; player. He was shifted to striker(where he played at UCLA) for this
&gt; &gt; game and put in two.
&gt;
&gt; It's been widely reported that Bornstein was a forward at UCLA, but I
&gt; believe that he actually played more often in wide midfield, which is
&gt; where I saw him line up for them.
&gt;
&gt; P

Has he played on any USMN youth teams?

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#4: Re: MLS Week 17 part 1 [R]

Posted on 2006-07-22 00:10:39 by pb4usenet

Mark V. wrote:
&gt; <a href="mailto:pb4usenet&#64;yahoo.com" target="_blank">pb4usenet&#64;yahoo.com</a> wrote:
&gt; &gt; &gt; USA left back Jonathan Bornstein might be your
&gt; &gt; &gt; player. He was shifted to striker(where he played at UCLA) for this
&gt; &gt; &gt; game and put in two.
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt; It's been widely reported that Bornstein was a forward at UCLA, but I
&gt; &gt; believe that he actually played more often in wide midfield, which is
&gt; &gt; where I saw him line up for them.
&gt;
&gt; Has he played on any USMN youth teams?

No, his story is one of rags to somewhat nicer rags.

He spent his first two years of college at Cal Poly Pomona, a D2 school
whose soccer team wouldn't rank among the country's Top 250. But after
his sophomore year, UCLA's coach resigned, and their new guy offered
Bornstein a chance.

P

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#5: Re: MLS Week 17 part 1 [R]

Posted on 2006-07-22 02:20:45 by naught

<a href="mailto:pb4usenet&#64;yahoo.com" target="_blank">pb4usenet&#64;yahoo.com</a> wrote:
&gt; He spent his first two years of college at Cal Poly Pomona, a D2 school
&gt; whose soccer team wouldn't rank among the country's Top 250. But after
&gt; his sophomore year, UCLA's coach resigned, and their new guy offered
&gt; Bornstein a chance.
&gt;
&gt; P


He certainly looked the part last night-would have been a hat trick but
for the woodwork. His last goal was a real cracker. And a very
entertaining match in general, to boot. Even ol' Clint Mathis put Cook's
wonderful cross away nicely.

Mike Babyak

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#6: Re: MLS Week 17 part 1 [R]

Posted on 2006-07-22 06:28:42 by Jim Goloboy

<a href="mailto:naught&#64;nil.com" target="_blank">naught&#64;nil.com</a> wrote:

&gt; His last goal was a real cracker.

The 30 yard angled chip by Laventure (who?) was quite a goal too.

The Crew have assembled an impressive bunch of no-names...their game
against DCU last week was the biggest MLS mismatch I've seen in a long
time, it really should have been more like 7-0 than 3-2. Despite
allowing few goals so far, DCU's defense is still very shaky IMO, and
they could stop getting competent goalkeeping at any moment.

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#7: Re: MLS Week 17 part 1 [R]

Posted on 2006-07-22 15:03:00 by naught

Jim Goloboy &lt;<a href="mailto:goloboy&#64;uiuc.edu" target="_blank">goloboy&#64;uiuc.edu</a>&gt; wrote:
&gt; <a href="mailto:naught&#64;nil.com" target="_blank">naught&#64;nil.com</a> wrote:
&gt;
&gt;&gt; His last goal was a real cracker.
&gt;
&gt; The 30 yard angled chip by Laventure (who?) was quite a goal too.

That was pretty amazing, yes. He looked so nonchalant, too. Just a nice lob
pass perfectly into the far upper corner.

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#8: Re: MLS Week 17 part 2 [R]

Posted on 2006-07-23 16:28:48 by Sir Denis Eton-Hogg

Cosmos Factory wrote:
&gt; July 19
&gt;
&gt; Columbus 0
&gt; New York 2
&gt;
&gt; NY -- Chris Henderson (Edson Buddle) 50
&gt; NY -- Jerrod Laventure (Jean Philippe Peguero, Jon Conway) 90
&gt;
&gt; Hire Richie Williams! Team is off the bottom of the table. Swap Youri
&gt; for Amado Guevara. Return Marvell Wynne to starter at right back. Seems
&gt; simple enough. Sigi OTOH just doesn't have the horses.
&gt;
&gt; July 20
&gt;
&gt; Colorado Rapids 3
&gt; Chivas USA 3
&gt;
&gt; CHV -- Juan Francisco Palencia(unassisted) 9
&gt; COL -- Dedi Ben Dayan (Jovan Kirovski, Kyle Beckerman) 10
&gt; COL -- Clint Mathis (Dedi Ben Dayan, Terry Cooke) 67
&gt; CHV -- Jonathan Bornstein (unassisted) 74
&gt; CHV -- Jonathan Bornstein (Lawson Vaughn) 91+
&gt; COL -- Jacob Peterson (Terry Cooke) 93+
&gt;
&gt; COL -- Mike Petke (ejection; Second Caution) 68
&gt;
&gt; Good MLS showcase game for the Club America fans that turned out for
&gt; the doubleheader. Bradley deserves credit for the Chivas turn around.
&gt; Probably too late for serious consideration for the USMNT gig but
&gt; should at least rate a call from Sunil Gulati. If you're looking for an
&gt; offensive minded future USA left back Jonathan Bornstein might be your
&gt; player. He was shifted to striker(where he played at UCLA) for this
&gt; game and put in two. One time hot prospect Terry Cooke has been reborn
&gt; in Colorado.

July 22

Columbus Crew 1
LA Galaxy 1

CLB -- Eddie Gaven (Jacob Thomas, Ryan Coiner) 9
LA -- Peter Vagenas (Josh Gardner) 14

New York 1
Kansas City 0

NY -- Mike Magee(Seth Stammler, Marvell Wynne) 25

Houston 1
New England 1

NE -- Own Goal (Craig Waibel) 60
HOU -- Stuart Holden(Alejandro Moreno) 63

HOU -- Wade Barrett (ejection; Second Caution) 72

Chicago 1
DC United 1

CHI -- Nate Jaqua (Diego Gutierrez) 29
DC -- Alecko Eskandarian (Christian Gomez) 74

CHI -- Logan Pause (ejection; Second Caution) 51

Salt Lake 0
Dallas 1

DAL -- Abe Thompson 1 (unassisted) 93+

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#9: Re: MLS Week 17 part 2 [R]

Posted on 2006-07-23 18:03:09 by pb4usenet

Cosmos Factory wrote:
&gt; Salt Lake 0
&gt; Dallas 1
&gt;
&gt; DAL -- Abe Thompson 1 (unassisted) 93+

Gametime temp: 104F (40C)

Does the heat excuse RSL's failure to contain an isolated forward in
stoppage time? I wouldn't say so. Ballouchy, the player who should've
tracked him, was a substitute and should've been fresh. Talley, the
defender caught a yard or two out of position, ended up running *more*
as a result. And as for Pope's half-hearted attempt at a tackle, let's
just hope he doesn't try that against Chelsea.

P

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#10: Re: MLS Week 17 part 2 [R]

Posted on 2006-07-24 02:41:55 by Sir Denis Eton-Hogg

<a href="mailto:pb4usenet&#64;yahoo.com" target="_blank">pb4usenet&#64;yahoo.com</a> wrote:
&gt; Cosmos Factory wrote:
&gt; &gt; Salt Lake 0
&gt; &gt; Dallas 1
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt; DAL -- Abe Thompson 1 (unassisted) 93+
&gt;
&gt; Gametime temp: 104F (40C)
&gt;
&gt; Does the heat excuse RSL's failure to contain an isolated forward in
&gt; stoppage time? I wouldn't say so. Ballouchy, the player who should've
&gt; tracked him, was a substitute and should've been fresh. Talley, the
&gt; defender caught a yard or two out of position, ended up running *more*
&gt; as a result. And as for Pope's half-hearted attempt at a tackle, let's
&gt; just hope he doesn't try that against Chelsea.
&gt;
&gt; P

Pope has been getting by on reputation for the last two seasons.

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