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Discussion in 'Soccer Board' started by Fran Tarkenton, Apr 8, 2015.
Are we going to sign 8 new guys together or fire sale?
My wife isn’t going to like that
He wants PT and they won’t promise it
Have a feeling we’re gonna see a lot of frustrating soccer this season
well Frank won't be able to say he wasn't allowed to mold the club in his image I guess
getting pretty antsy in my pantsy for some acquisitions here, balls of steel in this front office
Can we be honest here, Tito was not good last season and doesn’t fit a possession based style of play. He’s never gonna be a major player under De Boer.
thought he was gone from the get go honestly
will get 750k in allocation money
shit ton of money to spend on players, international slots to use, and few days left to do it.
Porteño's the club with Villasanti/Arzamendia
Got this email today
Idk why they have to do that shit during the week. Would be much easier to go on the weekend and would probably get a better turnout.
Sad for Tito to go. Was the first South American player signed that really showed what the clubs direction was going to be. Wish his carrier worked out better. Thankful for the moments he had and I will never take his Bobblehead off my desk. Will Atlanta ever have a athlete with better hair...doubtful.
Spending spree looks to be firing up
Scored the winner in the first match I attended
Roberson's live tweeting during our friendly with Philly, up 4-0 after I guess a half of play, two goals from Pity, one from Josef, and an own goal forced by Mulraney
friendly with IF Elfsborg is being live streamed today, starts 5 et
Atlanta United transfers Tito Villalba to Club Libertad
Atlanta United announced today it has transferred midfielder Tito Villalba to Club Libertad in Paraguay for an undisclosed transfer fee.
“We want to thank Tito for his contribution and service to the club over the last three years,” Atlanta United Vice President and Technical Director Carlos Bocanegra said. “He did a lot for our club as our first Designated Player and we wish him nothing but the best of luck in his future.”
Villalba, 25, signed with Atlanta United on July 22, 2016 as a Designated Player. Overall with the club, he made 96 appearances with 67 starts, scoring 21 goals with 24 assists. Villalba’s playing time with the club had diminished since his first MLS season in 2017, where he started all 34 matches and scored 13 goals with 11 assists. The following year, Villalba appeared in 28 games with 21 starts, helping Atlanta claim the 2018 MLS Cup, where he made five postseason appearances.
During the 2019 MLS season, Villalba made 20 appearances, started 10 games and scored one goal. He appeared in two postseason matches. Prior to joining Atlanta, Villalba spent more than a decade with his hometown club San Lorenzo in Buenos Aires, Argentina, beginning in the youth academy at the age of 10. He was part of the squad that won the 2014 Copa Libertadores and by age 21 had made more than 100 first team appearances, scoring 16 goals with 13 assists.
Transaction: Atlanta United transfers Tito Villalba to Club Libertad for an undisclosed transfer fee on Jan. 31, 2020.
This roster right now. Woof
2020 Atlanta United roster (as of Jan. 31, 2020)
Goalkeepers (3): Brad Guzan, Alec Kann, Brendan Moore
Defenders (10): George Bello, George Campbell, Edgar Castillo, Franco Escobar, Jon Gallagher*, Brooks Lennon, Fernando Meza, Patrick Nielsen****, Miles Robinson, Anton Walkes
Midfielders (8): Mo Adams, Ezequiel Barco, Andrew Carleton***, Luiz Fernando, Emerson Hyndman, Jeff Larentowicz, Jake Mulraney, Eric Remedi
Forwards (4): Adam Jahn, Lagos Kunga**, Josef Martinez, Pity Martinez
I'm assuming this takes us out of the Villasanti running, still holding out hope for Arzamendia though
El_Pato what can you tell us about Rossetto?
No idea, you gotta tag gabagool for Brazilian dudes
Crazy that CCL starts in two weeks, we’re already in training camp and playing exhibitions and don’t even have a full roster
yeah but I'd rather they take their time finding the right deals/guys than filling with the convenient, I'm guessing this is something we'll just have to get used to
Really sucks for cohesiveness heading into CCL.
It's tough for sure, but I also think people are overreacting to this due to how shaky we looked early on last year where literally everyone was learning a new system and we had to replace the engine of the team. The growing pains won't bad nearly as bad imo this time around.
Hope you’re right Mr. Shiggity
Agreed. Also the match with Motagua will at least be at the National Stadium (Last I read). Will be better than the Green Concrete that they had to play on at Herediano.
No long sleeve in the new jersey again
So how does this new CBA affect us?
Has anyone received their season ticket member box?
Yeah. It’s just some coins and a spike
apparently all of the tam we received from the Nagbe trade is being converted to gam, which I'm told is a good thing, never began to even try and understand that stuff
Huh? Who? Where?
Pity's combination play has been on point so far
Anyone else hearing the commentators talking during the commercials?
Up 1-0 at the half, struck late on a counter Hyndman -> Pity -> Barco
Think the movement looks pretty solid, lot of quick anticipatory passes
yeah weirded me out for a second, thought I had some other tab open
This stream is all jacked up
mass subs, first look at Rosetto
about to tune out to mentally prepare for this UNC/Duke debacle
Arrec Bardwin in midseason form...
Yeah, looked pretty bad. They stabilized him and carted him off.
What specifically happened? Read it was a head injury.