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Only one player can be touching the last part of the ball leaving play.
QuoteI do think you are under weighting the teams that didn't make it out of Championship Cup pool play, or over weighting Washington Cup, and to a lessor degree long runs in the Challenge Cup. Harbor, Crossfire A and PacNW should all be above CWSA and Tynecastle, period, and less definitive, but my opinion, in front of the semifinalist from the Challenge Cup.
Those teams are good, but Crossfire and PAC were both knocked out in the 1st round and performed disappointingly in RCL league play, so that hurt them....
Remember there are 2 Wild cards in Champ cup and 4 in the Challenge Cup... A team could have less than ten to move on... It will all depend on how everyone finishes... lets just use this as an EXAMPLE Champ... If PAC, NWN, Harbor, Crossfire Tie or lose, there will be a team with less than ten points moving on in the WC..
Now who is? It's not Rose. He works hard and all but, he's not the creative force to get our forwards more chances. Then again, personnel is part of it and the other is better directing the movement off the ball SIGI. How about the 3rd man isn't always running for 30+ yard airballs. I know everybody loves Keller but, he's asking the Sounders to throw more balls in the box when, they're not creating any separation for the players in the box to finish . And stop describing every situation as an "occasion" .If we're "loaded" with midfielders that can create quality chances for the level, they arren't being paired or directed well because the early returns are poor. Maybe your project would bear fruit. However, Martinez plays wide for Honduras. I think the club owes the fans a playmaker that raises the bar. Guess I'm in the minority.Tifferts was supposed to be that guy.
They should have walked at halftime (CR) if they didn't want the match to stand.