Friday, October 9, 2015

Rank and File: Union at Los Angeles

Let's see how you all graded the Union's performance at Los Angeles.

Rank and File: Union at Los Angeles

Alejandro Moreno and the Union struggled to get in gear against the Galaxy. (Alex Gallardo/AP)
Alejandro Moreno and the Union struggled to get in gear against the Galaxy. (Alex Gallardo/AP)

Before getting to this week's player ratings, a heads-up: Saturday's game time at Real Salt Lake has been moved. Kickoff is now 4 p.m., and the game will air on the main Channel 6 instead of 6.2.

It's nice to get the game on wider distribution... except for the small matter of the Union having to face the defending MLS Cup champions. Granted, Real Salt Lake only have seven points through six games so far this season, with two wins and a draw, but the second of those wins came this past Saturday at home against Toronto.

On that positive note, let's see how you all graded the Union's performance at Los Angeles.


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Chris Seitz: 5.43
- "Seitz's best game of the year and he only lets in three goals." (Bryan James)
- "Cannot be blamed for any of the goals, the defense left him out to dry on all three." (Dan Gontkof)


Cristian Arrieta: 4.86

Danny Califf: 4.29
- "Captain Insano played better this game and I think the ref missed when he was fouled leading to the second goal." (Bryan James)

Jordan Harvey: 4.86

Michael Orozco: 4.13
- "Another game, another blunder leading to a goal by Orozco." (Nathan Marinoff)


Fred: 6.00

Andrew Jacobson: 5.00
- "What was the defense and midfield thinking on that first goal? Jacobson never saw DeLaGarza blow by him. Classic ball-watching." (Alex Seldin)

Stefani Miglioranzi: 2.57
- "Migs obviously confused the pile up at midfield for a slip and slide/human bowling set up." (Bryan James)
- "Did he draw the short straw this week? Stupid red." (Brad Youtz)

Kyle Nakazawa: 5.71
- "Excellent set piece service. Got muscled off the ball abit, but otherwise a fine first showing." (Dan Gontkof)

Amobi Okugo: 4.50

Shea Salinas: 5.57
- "Salinas is an entirely different, better player when put [a] in an attacking role, and [b] on the right side." (Nathan Marinoff)

Roger Torres: 5.43
- "Can someone explain why he hasn't played 90 minutes yet?" (Brad Youtz)


Jack McInerney: 6.43
- "Quality finish. Continues to play the role of spark plug well." (Dan Gontkof)

Alejandro Moreno: 5.29
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