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  1. I should also be clear, Mexico City was an incredible away trip. The city itself was amazing, the food was top notch and we had too much fun enjoying the nightlife. Like any cosmopolitan major city, there are places you avoid, and you'll find an entire spectrum of people from friendly to not-so-friendly. A bunch of us were regularly out and about into the wee hours of the night (morning) and never felt unsafe (I guess I should caveat that I am of the melanated persuasion and never felt unsafe, I won't speak on behalf of our "gringo" V's, haha). Matchday was also an incredible experi
  2. I can't speak to the logistics/behind the scenes regarding our section but everything was organized for us ahead of time. The riot van/armed escort home happened on the fly, completely spontaneous. There was a mix-up with the police and our security as to where our bus was parked. We were escorted out of the stadium to the wrong area and into a sea of Mexican supporters. It would have been impossible to get through the crowds to our bus, so kudos to the Mexican police for not leaving us there on our own. They quickly decided that the safest way out would be via their riot vans, and t
  3. This is getting comical. Put this thing away, boys.
  4. -Davies: What can you say. He's incredible, he's doing everything he can to get us through, maybe even too much...if anyone scores today, I hope it's him -David: Needs to be a little more clinical but the linkup with Davies is the stuff CONCACAF nightmares are made of -I'm worried about our pace of play. Last 15 was better, but there is too much walking when in possession. -I'm also worried about Kaye and Eusatquio playing the ball back to our CBs/Borjan. Perhaps those two are used to a little more quality in terms of ball playing CBs and Keepers at their clubs. I'm worried abo
  5. We need to cash one of these, argh. We are keeping the door open.
  6. Eusatquio is so, so good. Let's turn it up boys! We can easily win this. Less wasteful and push the pace more, we will be fine.
  7. That's a penalty, David went down easy but he had position and the challenge was nowhere near the ball
  8. Really feeling the nerves right now. I'm happy with the lineup, I though Oso was better in the last Haiti match vs the Suriname match. Let's hope we bag a goal early and make this easy on ourselves.
  9. Unfortunate for the Haitian lads. All the signs are pointing in the right direction for us, but that is making me even more nervous right now....
  10. Exhale. Curious to see how Herdman sets up on Tuesday. I hope it's not too cautious - I think we can expose this team.
  11. The next evolution of this generation of our MNT will be mastering the CONCACAF dark arts.
  12. Tough to draw any conclusions with the pitch and conditions but I've been happy with Kaye, Eusatquio, Johnston and Kennedy. Hoping we can come away with the 1-0 and the away goal; from what I've seen from Haiti, we should be able to more than handle them in ideal conditions in Chicago.
  13. Sounds crazy, but I'm tempted to bring him off at half for someone who can play a little simpler/safer. We need to grind out this 1-0 and let Davies run wild on a proper pitch in the 2nd leg.
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