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Post#21 » by 50CalClips » Mon Oct 7, 2019 10:21 pm

MLS Cup Playoffs Bracket (specific dates and matchups) - https://www.mlssoccer.com/mls-cup-playoffs/2019/bracket

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Post#22 » by ejftw » Tue Oct 8, 2019 12:48 am

#YouCantBeatUs
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Post#23 » by 50CalClips » Tue Oct 8, 2019 7:28 pm

ejftw wrote:#YouCantBeatUs


Oh, you Lakers fans...
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Post#24 » by ejftw » Tue Oct 8, 2019 7:53 pm

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ejftw wrote:#YouCantBeatUs


Oh, you Lakers fans...


How amazing and original.

Just like vandalizing your oppositions arena, or taking tickets meant for youth teams :roll:
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Post#25 » by 50CalClips » Wed Oct 9, 2019 12:27 am

ejftw wrote:
50CalClips wrote:
ejftw wrote:#YouCantBeatUs


Oh, you Lakers fans...


How amazing and original.

Just like vandalizing your oppositions arena, or taking tickets meant for youth teams :roll:


You gotta admit, if anything, the Galaxy (fans) are the Lakers (fans) MLS-equivalent.

No one wants to see the violence/hooliganism. We should all move away from that, truly.

    The Los Angeles Football Club (LAFC) and The 3252 Independent Supporters Union are committed to a safe, positive, welcoming and inclusive environment for all fans at Banc of California Stadium. This is what our Club stands for as we continue to work to Unite the World’s City Through the World’s Game.

    The passion and intensity that comes with rivalry matches around the world is now in Los Angeles and is something we embrace and celebrate. LAFC and The 3252 will not tolerate illegal acts of any kind affiliated with our Club or the visiting team’s supporters at Banc of California Stadium, including the organized destruction of property. That is not who we are, and this behavior has no place at our stadium and within our Club.

    Any fans identified as participating in illegal behavior will be removed from the stadium and the Club will revoke their season membership. LAFC and its Supporters will continue to actively work together to enforce a zero-tolerance policy at Banc of California Stadium. Together, let’s win in the stands.

But as far as all of that goes... don't start nothing, wont be nothing...

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Post#27 » by ejftw » Wed Oct 9, 2019 3:05 am

50CalClips wrote:
ejftw wrote:
50CalClips wrote:
Oh, you Lakers fans...


How amazing and original.

Just like vandalizing your oppositions arena, or taking tickets meant for youth teams :roll:


You gotta admit, if anything, the Galaxy (fans) are the Lakers (fans) MLS-equivalent.

No one wants to see the violence/hooliganism. We should all move away from that, truly.

    The Los Angeles Football Club (LAFC) and The 3252 Independent Supporters Union are committed to a safe, positive, welcoming and inclusive environment for all fans at Banc of California Stadium. This is what our Club stands for as we continue to work to Unite the World’s City Through the World’s Game.

    The passion and intensity that comes with rivalry matches around the world is now in Los Angeles and is something we embrace and celebrate. LAFC and The 3252 will not tolerate illegal acts of any kind affiliated with our Club or the visiting team’s supporters at Banc of California Stadium, including the organized destruction of property. That is not who we are, and this behavior has no place at our stadium and within our Club.

    Any fans identified as participating in illegal behavior will be removed from the stadium and the Club will revoke their season membership. LAFC and its Supporters will continue to actively work together to enforce a zero-tolerance policy at Banc of California Stadium. Together, let’s win in the stands.

But as far as all of that goes... don't start nothing, wont be nothing...

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Comparing a billboard to stealing tickets meant for youth sides?

Really?

And then proceeding to vandalizing the stadium? How many of the cowardice 3252 members that vandalized the stadium while wearing camo gear (that was among the funniest things I've ever seen) have had anything revoked?

I'll tell you the answer. NONE.
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Post#28 » by 50CalClips » Wed Oct 9, 2019 11:47 pm

ejftw wrote:Comparing a billboard to stealing tickets meant for youth sides?
Really?

And then proceeding to vandalizing the stadium? How many of the cowardice 3252 members that vandalized the stadium while wearing camo gear (that was among the funniest things I've ever seen) have had anything revoked?

I'll tell you the answer. NONE.

Please...
The Galaxy screwed up with the tickets situation (they sold the same tickets twice)... don't try to make it out to be something else.

And what vandalism happened at the stadium--I hadn't heard? Which game(s)?


This is from July 2018... after Galaxy fans visited Banc of California Stadium...

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Post#29 » by ejftw » Thu Oct 10, 2019 1:42 am

Once is twice now? Cool.

And if you need to ask, after the game was made clear, don't know what to tell you. :-?
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Post#30 » by 50CalClips » Thu Oct 10, 2019 9:00 pm

ejftw wrote:Once is twice now? Cool.

And if you need to ask, after the game was made clear, don't know what to tell you. :-?

It seems like you're trying to make things out to be bigger than they are.

But that camo game at the Digs that you're talking about happened AFTER the July 2018 game at the Banc, though, right?

EDIT: Anyway, none of that is condoned. The 3252 is not about that. The LAFC-Galaxy rivalry should not be about that. It's too fun for all of that.

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Post#32 » by 50CalClips » Thu Oct 17, 2019 5:41 pm

SBNation's MLS year-end picks, etc...

    Our picks for the MLS awards, both real and made-up
    Our team bloggers voted and here’s who we think should win the MLS awards.
    Oct 14, 2019

    MVP: Carlos Vela, LAFC
    No surprise here, as the Mexican attacker who broke the league’s single-season scoring record (34 goals) while also notching 15 assists on the team that won the Supporters’ Shield was a nearly unanimous pick from our voters. The only player who got a first-choice vote other than Vela was his crosstown rival, the LA Galaxy’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic, although Vela was on every voter’s ballot. Both Josef Martinez and Maxi Moralez were popular second-choice picks for MVP.

    Defender of the Year: Ike Opara, Minnesota United

    Newcomer of the Year: Heber, New York City FC

    Comeback Player of the Year: Jordan Morris, Seattle Sounders

    Goalkeeper of the Year: Bill Hamid, D.C. United

    Top Domestic Player: Mark-Anthony Kaye, LAFC
    Another SB Nation special category, the somewhat surprising winner in the award for best American or Canadian player in MLS is that a Canadian won, as Kaye narrowly beat out Morris for the honor. Sure, a Canadian has won MLS MVP before, but it’s still a bit of an upset, even though the men’s national team programs are at their closest point in decades.

    Breakout Player: Heber, NYCFC

    Coach of the Year: Bob Bradley, LAFC
    Like Vela, Bradley was a near-unanimous first pick for this award, which makes sense considering LAFC won the Supporters’ Shield, broke the league’s points record (72), broke the record for biggest goal difference (+48) and tied one of the marks previously believed unbreakable, the 1998 LA Galaxy’s goals mark (85). Bradley still gets a lot of grief in global soccer for his brief tenure managing Swansea City and in American soccer for the end of his stint running the U.S. Men’s National Team, but unlike a lot of coaches, he’s grown over the past 20 years. If you don’t pay close attention to how LAFC plays and think you know him, think again.

    Storyline of the Year: LAFC
    The best player and the best team breaking records all over the place made LAFC the top story among voters. Other smaller narratives within that: Vela turning down a chance to return to play for the Mexico national team, seemingly content to live the good life in LA, Zlatan negging on Vela every chance he had, and Bradley successfully pulling off the strategy of playing no “pure” holding midfielder in Year 2, instead making all midfielders play a full two-way game, something that had been unheard of in MLS.

    2019 Best XI
    F: Josef Martinez (Atlanta United)
    F: Zlatan Ibrahimovic (LA Galaxy)
    F: Carlos Vela (LAFC)
    M: Maxi Moralez (NYCFC)
    M: Eduard Atuesta (LAFC)
    M: Mark-Anthony Kaye (LAFC)
    M: Alejandro Pozuelo (Toronto FC)
    D: Ike Opara (Minnesota United)
    D: Miles Robinson (Atlanta United)
    D: Ryan Hollingshead (FC Dallas)
    GK: Bill Hamid (D.C. United)

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