Goaltending Problem solved, if management can jump on it

Discussion in 'New England Revolution' started by JMMUSA8, Jul 25, 2002.

  1. JMMUSA8

    JMMUSA8 New Member

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    I got this from the MLS Confidential;

    Although the article states that Dallas and Colorado are going after him, MLS wants to sign him to a contract that includes several one-year options rather then a deal for the rest of the season. He has experience, especially from playing in the EPL. Brown could learn from him. Come on management, pick him up.


  2. thurd

    thurd New Member

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    i like brown, when eh was with colorado a few years ago i was wondering 'why cant we get a keeper like him' and here he is
  3. jjx2

    jjx2 New Member

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    I would love to see us get Jeff. He beat out Rimaldo at Miami, then got hurt. Nick and the team were playing so well when he was ready to come back- that it was a "if it ain't broke- don't fix it type of thing"- so he became the back-up. He would be, in my opinion, a good GK for this team. Since both Sommer and Brown seem to be "injury prone", it may be nice to have a healthy athletic keeper for a change.

    Jon
  4. rscaramelo

    rscaramelo Coach/Hack Defender

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    Cassar is a quality keeper, but he's been almost as injury-prone as our two keepers.

    RC


  5. rkupp

    rkupp Member+

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    We're salary-capped out. Contracts are guaranteed for the rest of the season (that's why Semedo was cut before Kante was signed). The roster is finalized.

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