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** 2013 Sporting Kansas City / Soccer Thread **

Current Situation | MLS Cup Finalists. Championship game is December 7th at 3:00 on ESPN.
Previous Match | 2-1 against Houston (2-1 win on aggregate)

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Old 03-31-2013, 02:44 PM   #451
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I'm estatic with my choice to get SKC season tix. That game last night was a thing of beauty. The team was in beast mode. We could have had a couple more goals with a bit of luck. One big weakness I noticed was the play of 17, CJ I believe. He was sloppy on his passes and first touch skills.

For the more seasoned fans isn't he supposed to be a strength for this team? Was he good last season?

The white puma is a joy to watch direct the team, and Zusi abused Montreal. Simply
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Old 03-31-2013, 03:17 PM   #452
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CJ doesn't have very good passing or touch skills. He is strong and poaches goals. He also is good at heading balls in. He was a awesome his first year, but once the book was out on how to defend him he hasn't done much. He can get random goals just by being stronger than other people sometimes.
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Old 03-31-2013, 03:26 PM   #453
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I can't even imagine how sick this team is going to be when Teal comes back.
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Old 03-31-2013, 03:47 PM   #454
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I can't even imagine how sick this team is going to be when Teal comes back.
I love C.J. and all, but I couldn't help wondering if Convey would be better where he is at, seems like C.J. is just playing where he is because he is the most athletic, then Teal comes back..where do you play all these people haha. Luckily there are a ton of games in late summer to find minutes for these guys.
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Old 04-01-2013, 05:24 PM   #455
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Old 04-02-2013, 11:38 PM   #456
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Graham Zusi brings confidence, scoring touch back to Sporting KC after US qualifiers

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Graham Zusi's return to Sporting Kansas City finds him playing with ever more confidence, and not only in himself and his stepped-up game.

“It's not just one person's confidence,” Zusi told MLSsoccer.com on Tuesday. “I think the team, right now, is playing with a lot of confidence. I think it showed this weekend. That was the best 90 minutes we've had in quite some time.”

Team achievement aside, though, Saturday's 2-0 home victory over the previously-unbeaten Montreal Impact featured plenty of highlight-reel moments from the All-Star winger in his return from two strong World Cup qualifying performances with the US national team.

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His late insurance score, which earned a nomination for Goal of the Week honors, stands out the most on the stat sheet. But that sequence, which began with a perfectly-placed pass from Benny Feilhaber, continued with Zusi fending off a challenge from Karl Ouimette and ended with a seeing-eye chip between Ouimette and keeper Troy Perkins, wasn't the only time Zusi bossed an Impact defense that had given up just two goals in its first four games.

“He's playing with a lot of confidence, but he's also a very good player,” manager Peter Vermes said. “His game is definitely evolving, and the confidence is allowing him to do some of the things that he's progressed in on the field.”

Zusi left Jeb Brovsky on the pitch with a quick cut in the corner on one sequence, juggled the ball away from Patrice Bernier at the byline in another, and had several chances to pad his assist total go begging when shots went just off-target.

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“That's just because the guys on the team were out there buzzing around,” Zusi said. “You have to look at everyone's performance. Chance [Myers] and Seth [Sinovic] were flying out of the back, and Benny was slipping people through. When the team is performing that way, that's when the individual stuff can come out. We were buzzing, and it becomes a lot of fun when you're putting a team under that much pressure.”

Vermes agreed with that assessment, adding that Zusi and several new key teammates – including Feilhaber, who recorded his first two assists of the year on Saturday – have just needed time to adjust to each other.

“We have some different players now, and that allows him to play a little differently,” he said. “I think that will continue to evolve as they get to know each other a little more, and we just keep tweaking our way of playing.”

Steve Brisendine covers Sporting Kansas City for MLSsoccer.com.
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Old 04-03-2013, 04:56 PM   #457
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Sporting Kansas City Manager Peter Vermes will be inducted into the National Soccer Hall of Fame, U.S. Soccer announced on Wednesday. Vermes was elected as the top vote recipient among the 15 Veteran ballot candidates, as voted on by current members of the National Soccer Hall of Fame.

“Soccer is the consummate team sport and being inducted into the National Soccer Hall of Fame is certainly indicative of that,” Vermes said. “It is humbling and a great honor, but would never have happened without the help from our five great owners in Kansas City, the Anschutz and Hunt families, Sunil Gulati, Werner Fricker, plus coaches like Lothar Osiander, 'Mooch' Myernick and Bob Gansler. I am appreciative and have learned so much from all of the teammates I have played with and now all the players I have been around from the youth level up on the technical side.

“If someone would have told me 30 years ago that a Delran, New Jersey kid with Hungarian parents would be elected into the National Soccer Hall of Fame, I would not have believed it. My dad instilled in me an attitude to never take anything for granted and that certainly applies here. My dedication and passion for soccer will never waver and I am so grateful for this recognition.”

Vermes’ career began in Delran, N.J. where he led Delran High School to a state championship in 1983 with the game-winning goal in overtime and was the New Jersey scholastic player of the year in 1984 as an All-American who finished his prep career with 109 goals. Collegiately, he recorded eight goals and three assists at Loyola of Maryland before transferring to Rutgers University.

From 1985-1987, Vermes contributed 35 goals and 19 assists for the Scarlet Knights in a college career that culminated with Atlantic 10 Player of the Year, NSCAA All-American and National Player of the Year finalist honors. He scored 21 goals and added 10 assists in 24 games as Rutgers’ Male Athlete of the Year as a senior and his 10 game-winning goals in 1987 still stand as a school record.

Vermes debuted for the U.S. Men’s National Team in 1988 in the first of 67 career appearances that spanned the highest levels of international competition. He represented the United States at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea and was named U.S. Soccer’s 1988 Male Athlete of the Year and Olympic Player of the Year.

In 1989, he starred for the bronze-medal winning U.S. team at the first-ever FIFA Five-A-Side World Championship (now Futsal World Cup) in Holland, where he was the tournament’s leading scorer with six goals. He then made six appearances in the 1989 CONCACAF Championship, helping the U.S. qualify for the country’s first FIFA World Cup in 40 years. Vermes was chosen to the World Cup team, coached by Gansler, and started all three games at the 1990 FIFA World Cup in Italy.

After scoring six of his 11 career international goals in 1990 and earning the captain’s armband for his country, Vermes scored twice in the 1991 CONCACAF Gold Cup with goals in the group stage finale and semifinals en route to the United States’ first of four regional championships. After playing a prominent role in the first ever Gold Cup, Vermes would also feature in the inaugural editions of two more international tournaments a year later with appearances in the 1992 U.S. Cup and FIFA Confederations Cup in Saudi Arabia.

In 1993, Vermes was selected for the United States first trip to Copa America and again represented the U.S. in the CONCACAF Gold Cup. He earned his final cap for the U.S. Men’s National Team in November 1997 after transitioning from goal scorer to defender, playing in his 10th career FIFA World Cup Qualifier and doing so under his fifth different national team coach.

Vermes also enjoyed a prolific career at the club level, turning pro with the American Soccer League’s New Jersey Eagles in 1988. He then became the first American to play in the first divisions of Hungary (Raba ETO FC in 1989) and Holland (F.C. Volendam in 1990). Following a brief stint with the Tampa Bay Rowdies of the American Professional Soccer League, he joined Figueres in Spain’s second division from 1991-1995.

Returning home ahead of Major League’s soccer inaugural season, Vermes first played domestically for the New York Fever as a USISL Professional League Northeast Division All-Star in 1995. He was selected in the 1996 MLS Inaugural Player Draft by the New York/New Jersey MetroStars and captained the club in their debut season, leading the team in minutes played. Following the MLS season, Vermes signed with the NPSL’s Philadelphia Kixx and was a 1996-1997 NPSL All-Star.

The Colorado Rapids acquired Vermes prior to the 1997 season, in a trade for current Sporting Kansas City assistant coach Kerry Zavagnin, and Vermes led the club to the 1997 MLS Cup with six goals and four assists in the regular season. A team co-captain, Vermes’ three years in Colorado under head coach Glenn Myernick from 1997-1999 remain as the Rapids three most victorious seasons in team history.

Not only was Vermes the only MLS player to play every minute in the 1999 season, but the feat came during a span of 67 uninterrupted MLS appearances from 1998-2000 that ranks second most by a field player in League history.

Vermes arrived in Kansas City for the historic 2000 season via a trade with the Rapids. After finishing worst in the Western Conference a year before, KC won the Supporters Shield and MLS Cup in 2000 thanks to Vermes’ stellar defensive play in front of Tony Meola.

The team set an MLS record for most regular season shutouts with 17, highlighted by an 817-minute shutout streak in home matches that still stands as the best mark in MLS history. Vermes anchored the backline in all seven postseason matches, including five more shutouts, to cap off a season that saw him claim MLS All-Star, Best XI and Defender of the Year honors.

Vermes’ playing career came to a close after the 2002 season, retiring at the age of 36 after a seven-year MLS run in which he reached the MLS Cup Playoffs in all seven campaigns. He started 208 of 209 MLS appearances (including playoffs) with 11 goals and 19 assists and is one of 26 players in MLS history to start 25 or more postseason matches.

Since retirement, Vermes has continued to grow the game at all levels and holds a USSF “A” coaching license. In 2003, he began his current role as Technical Director of Blue Valley Soccer Club and as Technical Director of the Super-Y League. He founded U.S. Youth Futsal in 2004 and remains on their leadership team today. He also served as an assistant coach on the United States Under-20 Men’s National Team that won their group at the 2005 FIFA World Youth Championship in the Netherlands.

In November 2006, two months after Sporting Club purchased the then-Kansas City Wizards from the Hunt Sports Group, Vermes was named the team’s Technical Director to oversee all soccer operations for the club. In 2009, Vermes became the team’s manager and his .548 winning percentage in five seasons is the best in team history.

He led Sporting Kansas City to first place finishes in the Eastern Conference each of the past two seasons and their first trophy in eight years with the 2012 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup title. An MLS Coach of the Year finalist in 2011 and 2012, Vermes was selected to coach the MLS All-Stars during the 2013 MLS All-Star Game at Sporting Park.

Vermes has also served on the U.S. Soccer Federation’s Board of Directors, Executive Committee and Athlete Council in addition to similar roles within Major League Soccer. He was inducted into the Rutgers Olympic Sports Hall of Fame in 2002 and the Soccer Coaches of New Jersey Hall of Fame in 2009. His hometown of Delran, N.J. also honored him with the opening of Olympian Peter Vermes Soccer Park in 1989.

He has been married to his wife Susan for more than 20 years and together they have a daughter, Nicole, and son, Kyle.

Vermes becomes the first Sporting Kansas City player or manager elected into the National Soccer Hall of Fame from the Veteran ballot. Former Kansas City Managers Gansler (2011) and Ron Newman (1992) were each inducted from the Builder ballot, while former Kansas City players Tony Meola (2012), Preki (2010) and Alexi Lalas (2006) were voted into the Hall of Fame on the Player ballot.

The 2013 National Soccer Hall of Fame induction class also includes Joe-Max Moore from the Player ballot. The location and date for the 2013 National Soccer Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony is still to be determined and will be announced at a later date.
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Old 04-03-2013, 10:58 PM   #458
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After promising starts Seattle and LA are shitting the bed in CONCACAF Champions League play. What a bunch of assholes.
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Can't wait for tomorrow night. DCU is going down!!

Quick question for sth's, where do u guys park? I've been parking down by com America bp, seems way too far. Are their better places closer to the stadium?
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Quick question for sth's, where do u guys park? I've been parking down by com America bp, seems way too far. Are their better places closer to the stadium?
CPB the gravel actually isn't too bad of a walk. God they can really put you out there if you arent a STH
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CPB the gravel actually isn't too bad of a walk. God they can really put you out there if you arent a STH
That's the thing, I am a sth, and that's the only sth parking I've seen the first few games. There has to be way closer lots.
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