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  1. Every Friday, I will give my keys to victory for the Montreal Impact, in 3 points! No Piatti, No Party? The Montreal Impact will be without the service of their star Designated Player Nacho Piatti on Saturday versus Chicago. Ignacio could be out several weeks due to a groin injury. Can the Impact create quality goal scoring chances without the Argentinian in the lineup? Can the Impact capitalize on their looks on goal with a depleted lineup? If so, Montreal could come out of Toyota Park with a favorable result. In this case, I would consider a draw on the road a favorable result. If not, a tough afternoon at the office it will be. Shoot to Score The Impact are 17th in MLS for shot attempts. The ratio of attempts vs on target is respectable (26/10). To compensate for the clinical finishing skills of Piatti during his absence, the Impact needs to put the odds in their favor literally and raise the amount of shot attempts, hopefully on target. It will not be easy and with the injury to Patrice Bernier, the service coming from the midfield could struggle, but raising the amount of shot attempts could raise the probability of goal scored. Forget Bastian, Cover Dax! It will be a big day for the Fire, to say the least. Bastian could play, but will doubtfully start. Dax and Juninho are the two key Fire players you need to cover at all times. The revamped midfield for Chicago has already paid dividends this year and with all the new eyes on their product on Saturday, they will want to put on a show! If Montreal can stifle the Combustible Duo like they successfully stifled David Villa two weeks ago, Montreal could pull off the result on the road for a second straight game. You can follow Kevin on twitter @KevLaramee
  2. Every Friday, I will give my keys to victory for the Montreal Impact, in 3 points! No Piatti, No Party? The Montreal Impact will be without the service of their star Designated Player Nacho Piatti on Saturday versus Chicago. Ignacio could be out several weeks due to a groin injury. Can the Impact create quality goal scoring chances without the Argentinian in the lineup? Can the Impact capitalize on their looks on goal with a depleted lineup? If so, Montreal could come out of Toyota Park with a favorable result. In this case, I would consider a draw on the road a favorable result. If not, a tough afternoon at the office it will be. Shoot to Score The Impact are 17th in MLS for shot attempts. The ratio of attempts vs on target is respectable (26/10). To compensate for the clinical finishing skills of Piatti during his absence, the Impact needs to put the odds in their favor literally and raise the amount of shot attempts, hopefully on target. It will not be easy and with the injury to Patrice Bernier, the service coming from the midfield could struggle, but raising the amount of shot attempts could raise the probability of goal scored. Forget Bastian, Cover Dax! It will be a big day for the Fire, to say the least. Bastian could play, but will doubtfully start. Dax and Juninho are the two key Fire players you need to cover at all times. The revamped midfield for Chicago has already paid dividends this year and with all the new eyes on their product on Saturday, they will want to put on a show! If Montreal can stifle the Combustible Duo like they successfully stifled David Villa two weeks ago, Montreal could pull off the result on the road for a second straight game. You can follow Kevin on twitter @KevLaramee View full record
  3. Until next time, have a great soccer! @24thminute @KevLaramee https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/two-solitudes-soccer-podcast/id833616975?mt=2 https://www.patreon.com/kevinlaramee https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1XTTehckvHGtr1OXC9Bs6g http://feeds.feedburner.com/TwoSolitudesPod http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-two-solitudes-mls-podcast
  4. Until next time, have a great soccer! @24thminute @KevLaramee https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/two-solitudes-soccer-podcast/id833616975?mt=2 https://www.patreon.com/twosolitudes5rings https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1XTTehckvHGtr1OXC9Bs6g http://feeds.feedburner.com/TwoSolitudesPod http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-two-solitudes-mls-podcast
  5. I am not born in Canada and curious about how Canadians opinions on our Canadian MLS teams with less than a half of the players who are truly Canadian. Will you be more loyal to the teams if they consist of more Canadians playing? Thanks.
  6. GOALS SCORED STATISTICS FOR CANADIANS IN EUROPE 2011 - 2012 Strike rate calculated as goals scored per 90 minutes. Goals counted only in the domestic league first team at the professional level (2011 summer leagues and 2011-2012 winter leagues). Players are added to the list once they score at least 2 goals on the season. Please post videos of goals and your comments. I will do my best to update the list on a weekly basis. Updated May 24, 2012 ________________________________________________ Player (club)--------------------Goals--------Mins------Rate ________________________________________________ Olivier Occean (Fürth)------------17----------2938-----0.52 REB (Oulu/Braunschweig)--------16---------1909-----0.72 Iain Hume (Preston)--------------9----------1882-----0.43 Junior Hoilett (Blackburn)---------7----------2954-----0.21 Tomasz Radzinski (Waasland)----6-----------728-----0.74 Riley ONeill (MyPa)----------------6----------1603-----0.34 Tosaint Ricketts (Timişoara)------5-----------812------0.55 Frank Jonke (Inter Turku)--------3-----------844------0.32 Simeon Jackson (Norwich)--------3-----------941------0.29 Patrice Bernier (Lyngby)----------2----------1026------0.18 Marcus Haber (St. Johnstone)----2----------1549------0.12 Josh Simpson (Young Boys)------2----------1725-----0.10 David Edgar (Burnley)------------2----------3933------0.05 ________________________________________________ Leaders by strike rate 1. Tomasz Radzinski (0.74) 2. Randy Edwini-Bonsu (0.72) 3. Tosaint Ricketts (0.55) 4. Olivier Occean (0.52) 5. Iain Hume (0.43) 6. Riley O'Neill (0.34) 7. Frank Jonke (0.32) 8. Simeon Jackson (0.29) 9. Junior Hoilett (0.21) 10. Patrice Bernier (0.18)
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