Loonacy: First Things First, What Have Learned?

Takeaways from the 3-2 loss to San Jose Earthquakes in the 2018 season opener.

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This starting line-up was dull and disappointing. 

 

  1. Tyrone Mears isn’t a bad rightback but he can only go 60 minutes before he’s gassed.

  2. Abu Danladi is too fragile to start.

  3. Michael Boxall is a terrible centerback.

  4. Central midfield has little chemistry.

  5. Molino is maddeningly inconsistent & that’s often the only thing the Loons have to look forward to.

  6. Lampson is not a starting caliber goalkeeper.

  7. This team looks more comfortable with each other than it did last season.

  8. There are too many selfish wingers & not enough team orchestration.

  9. There were genuine moments of excitement & promise for the Loons but they were all too brief.

  10. Heath is still demonstrating tactical incoherence.

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