Tuesday, November 13, 2012

With so much drama at the HDC, it's kinda hard winning MLS C-U-P

It looks like Snoop Dogg has finally chosen an MLS side close to home... or is it, close to homie David Beckham?








- Greg Seltzer

4 comments:

Matt said...

There you go, reporting Twitter as news again. The future, man!

And, in other news, there's this:
“I understand that a lot of people in the USA may be unsure because they think I have said [I’m committed] in the past,” said Chandler. “All I can say is that I am clear in my head about the commitment moving forward. This was about me being ready to accept the responsibility of being a part of the National Team and everything that goes with it, and now I am ready. I hope I will get chances in the future. I am in 1,000 percent.”

So, Dikran, you still think this dude shouldn't wear the US shirt?

BTM said...

Please don't troll the troll.

Matt said...

@BTM: you're totally right. It was a moment of madness. And I accept my yellow card.

dikranovich said...

matthew, my comments from the woody wooten thread are pretty clear as to the chandler situation.

but now you give me his comments directly. it sounds like chandler is saying that he played for the national team in the past, without being fully committed and for all we know, coach could have said to chandler, hey, dont worry if you are not fully committed, just come out and give it a try. who knows?

he is good, but lichaj is not bad either. and say what they will people, but marvell wynne has a couple years at center back, which you know has to have helped with his reading of the game, and he could be a fabulous rb for the mens team.

we will know a lot more tomorrow and the bottom bottom line, is that the other players need to feel good about having chandler on the team.