Thursday, December 6, 2012

He-e-e-e's (Quasi-)Ba-ack!

I just spoke to the club about Stuart Holden, now back in full training, but for three days a week at first. His first chance for a game comes with the reserves on the 17thy, which they admit may well be too fast. If it is, he will suit up for the second team after the new year and go from there, needing still two-ish months to be back starring at the Reebok (which they need).

But yeah, it's great quasi-news. Mini-report up soon at MLSS.



- Greg Seltzer

10 comments:

Jay Eychaner said...

Good for Stu! He's had a real shitty time of it.

dikranovich said...

lets use some common sense here. no games, reserve or otherwise, until after the 1st of the year. jesus!!!

going from training three days a week to a reserve game the following week. get real

Timmy said...

Oh no, NSC is facing another Deuce related OG debate. Put me out of my misery.

dikranovich said...

the europa league is going to use englands famous funk dubious goals panel to resolve all questionable own goals. i think it is new this year under platini

dikranovich said...

oh my gosh, i just saw the goal, and if this is not serendipity, i dont know what is.

Greg Seltzer said...

How you tend to make such sport is bey6ond me. This shot went woodwork-keeper-net=own goal. The other shot went keeper-woodwork-keeper-net=goal.

This stuff is not hard. Really.

Greg Seltzer said...

*beyond

dikranovich said...

what was it that david naughton said to rudy garmish in hot dog the movie? anyone remember, anyone, anyone.

Jay Eychaner said...

Anyone care? Anyone, anyone? Dik, you're like NSC's bedsore.

dikranovich said...

jay, i have to admit, i think i understand gregs logic on this case. what he is saying, i believe, is that a shot that is first handled by the keeper, is a shot on target, whereas a shot that hits the post first is not. and it is this logic that makes greg believe one goal is an own goal and one is not.

the only problem is that a shot that hits the post and then goes in, is in fact a shot on target.