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In Saturday's Major League Soccer game between the New York Red Bulls and the San Jose Earthquakes, a whopping 21 minutes of stoppage time was added to the end of the second half...
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KennabraTiger14 months
So much dumb in this thread
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CDawson14 months
It’s a commie sport. If you’re good enough to beat your defender you aren’t allowed. Image Chase running a go route, burning the DB and having to stop and wait on him to catch up before he can score.
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TheMuffinMan14 months
Ja’Marr has to start each route behind the LOS. Football doesn’t let you beat your defender before the snap; soccer won’t let you do it before the pass is struck.
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KennabraTiger14 months
Good lord you’re an idiot lol
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wallowinit14 months
If they want to make it watchable then remove the goalie. High scoring games would be fun and exciting to watch. Of course some other rules would need to be adjusted but how much fun would basketball be to watch if there was a goalie?
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atltiger648714 months
how about a freaking game clock? And also adjust the rules to allow more offense. The game is unwatchable with the current stifling offensive rules.
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ExpoTiger14 months
The rest of the world seems to be ok with it clown
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BobABooey14 months
Soccer fans deserve a second league similar to the XFL. MLS has gotten lazy because of their overwhelming success and have stopped caring about the average fan. The new league could introduce innovative rules like a game clock and scoring.
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chalmetteowl14 months
[[[promotion and relegation]]]
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phunkatron14 months
What "overwhelming success" has the MLS achieved again? I swear, some of the users on this site have to be trained chimpanzees or something.
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VoxDawg14 months
I just want Promotion & Relegation in CFB. Bottom two in the SEC drop down to the Sun Belt for a year.
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