SBI MLS Goal of the Week: Will Johnson

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16 Responses to SBI MLS Goal of the Week: Will Johnson

  1. Gnarls says:

    It was a beauty. And it couldn’t have been scored against a nicer team.

  2. Travis in Miami says:

    Nice goal but..what was up with that celebration?

  3. Kosh says:

    Que Golazo!


  4. Dinho says:

    Bush is bush league

  5. Paul Dickov says:

    Ummm.. Garcia from RSL had a MUCH better goal.

    • Ives Galarcep says:

      You’re entitled to your opinion. Garcia’s goal was great. Johnson’s was our pick.

      • Neruda says:

        I’m with Paul. Both great goals but johnson is respected by almost everyone except Alan Gordon. In time Olmes Garcia will earn respect and start to get recognized.

  6. Kevin_Amold says:

    This picture and the picture of the following article are amazing instances of contrast.

  7. Annelid Gustator says:

    I love the thought of some foreign player having stacks of those discs, not wanting to throw them out but not knowing what to do with them. “What a country!”

    • mcm says:

      I think they sell the slices for charity. I rode home on the bus with a guy who had just bought one. He was gong to make a table out of it.

      But having a stack of them would be pretty funny.

      • Matt Ryan says:

        If I had a collection of them, I’d hire a custom furniture craftsman to make me a table. After the table, I’d get other things made, too. It would be *so cool.*

  8. Justin says:

    I love Johnson, but the Olmes Garcia goal was better.

  9. Oog says:

    Garcia and Johnson goal both required great skill. I’d say the set piece was the toughest, but again, a tough call. Johnson deserves it. Probably time to look at his goal of the year from several years ago. Really shows his skill.

  10. Andrew says:

    Olmes Garcia goal was better.

  11. Conrad says:

    It’s a fine goal, but a better keeper (or one who wasn’t inexplicably flat-footed when the kick was taken) should have taken care of it.
    Still, the number of free kicks in so-called dangerous places in MLS that fly Sergio-Ramos high and never find the frame is astronomical. So, O.K.