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I love wathcing his pressers. Is brutally honest, and just fun to listen to. Just seems like a great motivator and teacher.A few older alums I ran into at bar were not sold on him yet. Thought the coaching was suspect during the game with the personal fouls and special teams. I tried to tell them that I truly believe that the sayler/ martin combo is the right fit and will bring us back not quite sure they bought it. It takes time for these things to develop, But then again they were around for the so called "glory days" where as I have been around since 2005 which is about the worst 10 year period in Miami football histroy. I guess its all perspective.
Funny you say that- when I think of him I think of all the times he inserted himself way too much in the game. Over the years follwoing college basketball I always hated when he did any game I attended.I know he's done a couple games in Millett over the years, too. I've enjoyed watching him let the game be played out but stepping in when necessary. It'd be nice if the MAC would make him an offer.
Looks like getting a look from St Johns as wellhttps://twitter.com/NYPost_Brazille/status/848260288054939649
This is exactly right. European players are not usually released to attend this camp. I mean look at last years camp same thingWhat are you talking about TD?
These January camps, otherwise known as 'Camp Cupcake' have always largely been made up of MLS-based players. JK did the same thing during his tenure as manager.
The camp lasts an entire month and doesn't fall in any FIFA international window so European based players are automatically out.2016 camp:
GOALKEEPERS (2): Bill Hamid (D.C. United), Luis Robles (New York Red Bulls)
DEFENDERS (7): Kellyn Acosta (FC Dallas), Matt Besler (Sporting Kansas City), Matt Miazga (New York Red Bulls), Eric Miller (Montreal Impact), Tim Parker (Vancouver Whitecaps FC), Marc Pelosi (San Jose Earthquakes), Matt Polster (Chicago Fire)
MIDFIELDERS (8): Fatai Alashe (San Jose Earthquakes), Michael Bradley (Toronto FC), Mix Diskerud (New York City FC), Jermaine Jones (Unattached), Darlington Nagbe (Portland Timbers), Lee Nguyen (New England Revolution), Tony Tchani (Columbus Crew SC), Wil Trapp (Columbus Crew SC)
FORWARDS (6): Jozy Altidore (Toronto FC), Ethan Finlay (Columbus Crew SC), Jerome Kiesewetter (VfB Stuttgart), Jordan Morris (Unattached), Khiry Shelton (New York City FC), Gyasi Zardes (LA Galaxy)
Regardless on the W-L record over the last couple years it is great to see Miami recruit good people above everything else. Good find.Class act Chuck Martin donated $1000 towards the cause. On the right hand side you can see the names of the donors. Pretty cool seeing our players names there.
They are approaching the halfway point of their $10,000 goal. Let's help them out
100% meant it.... Na it was spell correct. Meant Parity, but Parody works also hahaI am enjoying the parody in the college bball game. BIG 10 has had some bottom feeder teams beat the so called "top" of the league. Big east also has had Depaul push #1 Nova and St Johns beat butler. Should be a fun year. I agree with @AORedhawk33 Creighton is a fun team to watch. Very well coached and way better than I thought they would be. Watson is very tough to stop off the dribble.