Episode 146 – 16/07/21 #MuskyGuide

 

vm_podcast_1400x1400Mark’s voyages continue so once again he misses this week’s episode, replaced this week by majorleaguemlssoccer.com.org.ca/tfc’s James Grossi. They discuss the game in Columbus, really get into the game in San Jose and look ahead to the game with DC United. ┬áIn this episode Duncan gets some parting shots in at Damien Perquis, Tony brings back an inappropriate old favourite, Kristin gets to the roots of her DC love and James brings a spirited 7 point defence of the San Jose shambles.

This week’s bitchyblank – TFC can win over a team that is down _______.

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Blogging journeyman formerly of Cruel Geography and Waking the Red, also briefly with Sportsnet and every now and then with the Guardian. As a supporter of Darlington, TFC, England and Canada, football’s been unfair and poking fun at Duncan for decades now, so it’s only fair he does the same right back at it. Follow him on twitter @duncandfletcher

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  1. The positive from the SJ game was if not for the amateurish send-offs, reasoning says the Reds were heading for a throttling.

    Vanney, acknowledged the substitution criticism for both timing and the players, but waived the timing of as that is the way it is. As for Hagglund, it was definitely a hopeful header that the manager was expecting. And this really highlights the major failure, as you guys put it Vanney-tactics. Vanney wasted endless opportunities on balls out to a relatively tight Endoh who kicked up hopelessly inept crosses to no one in front of the net or permanently rooted-to-the-ground Reds. The situation was hopeless because of the tactics.

    Grossi is right it was inexperience on the pitch, but it is was also inexperience in the technical box.

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