Sunday, February 7, 2016

Rank and File: Union vs. Los Angeles Galaxy

Better late than never, right?

Rank and File: Union vs. Los Angeles Galaxy


Better late than never, right?


Brad Knighton: 6.40
- "Heck of a stop by Knighton against Donovan. Seitz wouldn't have made that save - he'd have been too busy falling over backwards." (Peter N.)


Danny Califf: 5.40

Jordan Harvey: 5.00

Michael Orozco Fiscal: 5.25
- "The next time the Union face the leading scorer in MLS, their defenders - collectively - may wish to consider marking him on corners." (Peter N.)

Sheanon Williams: 5.75
- "Williams absolutely owns the right back position (Myrie who?), and a good deal of pace makes him an offensive threat as well." (Andrew Dillon)


Fred: 7.50
- "I gave Fred a 10, only because he bled so profusely for the team." (Andrew Dillon)

Andrew Jacobson: 5.40

Justin Mapp: 5.60
- "I really, really, really, really wish Mapp would take on the opposing players more. Where's the ball skill he supposedly possesses?" (Andrew Dillon)

Stefani Miglioranzi: 4.40
- "Had at least on good scoring chance early (off a corner) and did not deliver." (Steve O.)

Kyle Nakazawa: 4.40

She Salinas: 6.67
- "Two great chances late in the game. Again effective down the right side. Would like to see him start more in the future." (Steve O.)

Roger Torres: 5.75
- "Thought he could have been brought on a little earlier. Very dangerous in his limited time." (Steve O.)


Sebastien Le Toux: 6.40

Danny Mwanga: 5.40
- "Danny Mwanga has been a complete non-factor since his injury. Let's hope he gets well, soon." (Peter N.)
- "I find myself mildly surprised to remember that Danny Mwanga actually started this game. That probably says something bad about his play." (Osager)

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