Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Green, Black and Blue

I did not just come to spread mirth (as mirth as it is). Though he has missed two Hamburg games with a rib ouch, I am told Julian Green returned to full training yesterday.  am hoping to have an interview with him over at MLSS soon.





- Greg Seltzer

12 comments:

downintexas said...

He seems a little, how the dad from the christmas story would say, fragile

Greg Seltzer said...

He is a lanky kid that challenges defenders at speed. he is going to get bumps, at least until he fills out. You have to account for the amount of hits he takes, too. Bless him to the bone, but JOB was fragile.

downintexas said...

If he gets a few more can't play cause of a knock, I'm calling him Glass Joe, until he TKO's Little Mac.

Greg Seltzer said...

Heh. I mostly come here for the references.

downintexas said...

LOL. He does need a bit of muscle mass, but he is a kid. Thanks for doing this blog, and your stuff on MLSS. Ever thought of doing a Q&A

Greg Seltzer said...

How do you mean?

downintexas said...

well you answer questions from your loyal fans about soccer.

Greg Seltzer said...

Ah, like a live chat dealie. One time I asked if folks wanted it and they mostly said naaaah. But I try to answer all questions in the comments.

Unknown said...

What is up with Agudelo?

Greg Seltzer said...

Some stuff, and also things.

I am trying to get to a place where I can discuss it.

justinwkoehn said...

Greg, do you think it's wise for free agents to hold out until the winter transfer window in hopes of signing for a desperate team rather than settling earlier in the season? (i.e. Juan or hell, even Gooch?)

Greg Seltzer said...

I guess it depends on the opportunities, but I would not like to be sitting out.