10 responses

  1. Zocklo
    July 15, 2014

    T. Henry is 36 not 34—-and he turns 37 in August.

  2. M.D.
    July 15, 2014

    I think the game was Saturday …

    • georkt
      July 15, 2014

      I was still on the age correction and yes, it was Saturday. I was there, I think. Wow, I think some proof reading is in order.

    • Older & Wiser
      July 16, 2014

      It was, I attended.

  3. georkt
    July 15, 2014

    Ooops, Thierry Henry will be 37 on August 17th. All RB fans wish we could roll back the clock a few years.

  4. Brain Guy
    July 15, 2014

    Boy, I hope they got the young players’ ages right. I’d hate to find out they are in their late 20s.

    Seriously, though, the youth movement that Petke has embraced is the biggest story of the year for RBNY. He is showig a lot of confidence in the young ‘uns, to the point of nudging aside more experienced types like Sekagya and Lade. It’s an investment that should pay dividends soon.

    • TomG
      July 15, 2014

      Petke can be called out for some things, but cojones is surely not one of these. The man is not afraid to take chances and try new things and new players. This has turned into an extremely exciting team to watch, especially if you like those goal thingies.

  5. Tim F.
    July 16, 2014

    I definitely like Duvall, Oyongo and Miazga so far. Duvall and Miazga may need to split time with experienced defenders for Champions League and MLS playoffs. I am still a fan of Armando and Sekagya. I am not a fan of Kimura and Eckersley. Miller played his best soccer this year but has been trouble in past playoff experiences.

    • Tim F.
      July 16, 2014

      Why did it take so long for Duvall and Oyongo to get an opportunity to play?

  6. Older & Wiser
    July 16, 2014

    Eckersley is clearly surplus to requirements. Some of his salary money can be used on Xavi.

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