Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Rank and File: Union at Chivas USA

I had my say yesterday; now it's your turn.

Rank and File: Union at Chivas USA


I had my say yesterday; now it's your turn. I find it interesting that Saturday's game merited a remarkable number of exact 5.00 scores. Then again, the 1-1 draw was the definition of a middling result.

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Chris Seitz: 5.80
- "Seitz gets better every game.  His improvement has been really remarkable." (Nathan M.)


Cristian Arrieta: 4.40
- "Another game, another lazy clearance by the defense resulting in an opposing goal." (Nathan M.)

Danny Califf: 5.20

Jordan Harvey: 5.00

Michael Orozco Fiscal: 4.80
- "I am done with him. Play him as a defender or a midfielder, I am not impressed. He had a below average game." (Ethan Gomberg)

Shea Salinas: 5.60


Fred: 5.00

Andrew Jacobson: 5.00

Stefani Miglioranzi: 5.00

Amobi Okugo: 5.00

Roger Torres: 5.20


Sebastien Le Toux: 6.00

Jack McInerney: 5.00

Danny Mwanga: 7.60
- "Danny Mwanga should have had a brace in this game. Feel free to question the referee's parentage." (Bryan James)
- "It's all about Mwanga, which is good and bad. He had a great night with 2 goals. But if he is the only one producing, the Union have problems." (Ethan Gomberg)
- "Mwanga is a stone cold assassin.  Can someone convince him to take US citizenship and apply for FIFA eligibility to play for the Yanks?  Bradley was in attendance on Saturday night - let's have him look into it." (Nathan M.)

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