Originally posted by rhb
Amzing to watch. Such poor quality football, despite a couple of individual moments of skill.
MLS will catch up with world class Football leagues soon I'm sure. It'll be sometime after the introduce the defensive concepts of tackling, marking, tracking back etc... but it will happen this century I'm sure.
It wouldn't surprise me to find out this match was ...[text shortened]... pture the attention of the nations sports fans than a baseball-esque scoreline?
First of all, don't ever misquote me again. I said "they converted 6 of their 8 attempts," not "they scored with 6 or their 8 shots on target." Your quote makes me sound retarded.
Second of all, the MLS can play defense, just watch highlights from all of the other drawish SuperLiga matches.
Thirdly, who would want to fix a MLS match? There is no money in it. Despite how exciting the game was, major American newspapers aren't giving it more coverage than what they usually do. If the "fixers" wanted to win MLS more attention they ultimately failed.
Finally, thanks, there were "a couple of individual moments of skill."
Alright, peace. I look forward to more euro snobbery.