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Post  DrewMaloney on Thu May 21, 2009 4:47 pm

Roos are seeing their season fall apart in front of their eyes. As what was considered a must win, Roos could not deliver. TCFC struck early to go up 1-0. After that Roos settled down and future BDSL hall of famer Derek Basile blasted one home from about 25 out, perhaps farther, evening the score at 1-1. Due to the Roos affinity to not finishing, Derek Basile put the Roos on his back yet again, and scored to make it 2-1. TCFC put the pressure on after that and created many chances that left the Roos scrambling at the end of the first but could not bury any chances.

The 2nd half saw TCFC dominating. Roos couldn't keep it together and a botched pass from usually sure footed greg slaybk saw a TCFC striker right there to put it in. Tied 2-2 Roos couldn't recover and TCFC kept the pressure on. Roos midfield got caught and TCFC used their speed on the outside to get behind the roos defense and finish to take the 3-2 later in the half. Roos kept applying pressure late, created no real opportunities except a well place header from Brian Cownie that TCFC goaltender Michael "giggity" Schieber made a superb save on. Pretty clean game other than Mr Schieber viciously punching Dan Pelgrin in the face while screaming "Serbia is weak!!!" I had to escort Dan to the hospital for some test as he was a bit out of sorts. Turns out he's ok. That marks the 2nd game at OP this season for the Roos that saw a goal tender punching one of our forwards. At least this time it was unintentional and the Keeper didn't smile at the crowd like he was a big man by hitting a defenseless forward half the size of him. Congrats to Celtic 2's win by the way.

Good luck to TCFC in the Tehel cup against Azzuri. Hopefully the Roo's can figure out what the problem is before it is too late to salvage the season.
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Post  Ugo on Thu May 21, 2009 5:03 pm

I didn't see double B's name. Has he recover from his illnesses?

Prostitutes! Can't live with em, can't love without em, right Roos?

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Post  Michael Schieber on Thu May 21, 2009 5:14 pm

In what most considered the biggest game of the year, it was truly a treat for the tens of tens in attendance.

a closely contested, back and forth battle saw TCFC come out with a 3-2 victory.

TCFC goals:

Alex Miecyjak
Phil Pinzone(sp?) (2)

apologies to pelgrin. glad he is ok.
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A certain member of the BDSL Board is reviewing all of TCFC's registration materials and player passes, IDs, canceled checks, credit reports, and any and all information to make sure they crossed all of their "I"s and dotted all of their "T"s.

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Post  Michael Schieber on Thu May 21, 2009 6:14 pm

now come on donnor are all teams to such shennanigans post roo games lol?
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Post  Kregg#9 on Thu May 21, 2009 9:18 pm

Drew,

You can't seem to let it go. First of all, it's Celtc United. Ok? Secondly, apparently what made our keeper crack a smile were the parents (female) on the sidleines screaming like a bunch of long-tailed cats in a room full of rocking chairs!! Our keeper would NEVER intentionally hurt another player. A ball in our box is the property of our keeper! Period. If you cannot accept that, don't come in the box. That is not a threat, it's just fact. That kinda play happens all the time. The foward usually is on the losing end.

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Post  bbartosik on Fri May 22, 2009 8:00 am

Kregg#9 wrote:Drew,

You can't seem to let it go. First of all, it's Celtc United. Ok? Secondly, apparently what made our keeper crack a smile were the parents (female) on the sidleines screaming like a bunch of long-tailed cats in a room full of rocking chairs!! Our keeper would NEVER intentionally hurt another player. A ball in our box is the property of our keeper! Period. If you cannot accept that, don't come in the box. That is not a threat, it's just fact.

Have you ever seen Seinfeld? The episode where Elaine puts exclamation marks after everything, and her boss calls her out on it. You can relax a little with using exlamations each time you want to express a point- Thanks. We've played soccer for years, and understand that anytime there is a foul in the box, or a collision, it is usually on the offensive player. Not really sure what female parents were "screaming like a bunch of long-tailed cats in a room full or rocking chairs." (not sure what that even means) I know the fans were upset, and expressed their thoughts to the ref, sorry they werent as quiet as Celtic 2 was on the forums last year. The game is over with. Drew isnt still complaining about the refing we had in week 1, or about your goalie, as much as stating that it's the 2nd time a kid on our team has been injured from a collision with the goalie.
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Post  B-Lo on Fri May 22, 2009 8:46 am

Guys, bottom line is no one intended to hurt another player. Our Keeper timed it as well as he could in order to reach the ball when it came down. He had the benefit of seeing the Roos forward and protecting himself in that collision, while punching the ball away. That Roos forward unfortunately did not. That was why there was no call. Let it go already.

Analogy: I'm guessing that cats with long tails are in jeopardy of having those tails rolled over in a room full of rocking chairs. More so than if they were in a room without dangerous moving furniture. When those tails get rolled over I would image the cats screaming (the way cats do) and maybe even hissing a little...

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Post  nunzio on Fri May 22, 2009 11:45 am

No offense but you have to have a half a bag of cement for brains to run into a box at a ball like that! You know damn well that the keeper is gonna come out hard at the ball and he's protecting himself while doing it! End of discussion!

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Post  bbartosik on Fri May 22, 2009 3:50 pm

nunzio wrote:No offense but you have to have a half a bag of cement for brains to run into a box at a ball like that! You know damn well that the keeper is gonna come out hard at the ball and he's protecting himself while doing it! End of discussion!

We know what happened. It's just rediculous to hear your team talk about our player being stupid for going for the ball and questioning his integrity. I'm sure that our forward has a half bag of cement for brains, by running into the box, trying to score, to make a game 3-1 on a 50/50 ball, to put his team ahead. I'm not sure how you play sports, but to question someones desire to score a goal, by going at a lose ball, and calling him stupid for doing so is childish. In sports you see something happening, and you make a decision, and react. Maybe next time he can play soccer with a pen and paper in his hand, so he can write down the pros and cons before passing, shooting, crossing, tackling, and going for 50/50 balls.I guess all the people that have leg injuries and knee injuries due to 50/50's are also not very smart.

I guess if it was Kurt Schultz from Azzuri going for the 50/50, he would also have a half bag of cement for brains. Actually, I dont think so, because Schultz would of went through him so hard with his head, your goalie would of looked like Umberger on the Campbell hit.

We're just reacting exactly how you and other teams would react, when you question their players integrity, because they play the game with desire and passion.
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Post  B-Lo on Fri May 22, 2009 5:10 pm

Brian-

I think you're a little over sensitive to this and maybe not really objective. The guy is your team-mate and I understand that, but even you refered to the play as a 50/50 ball. The fact remains that our Keeper did a better of timing that 50/50 ball and protecting himself at the same time. He beat your forward to the ball and that is why there was no foul on the play. If you agree with that, then no one else, Drew included, should be insinuating that our Keeper set out to hurt your forward. OK, maybe the delivery was a little harsh on this thread, but the only point being made was that unless you ARE Kurt Schulz, it's not areally smart move to blindly barrell into the box on 50/50 ball with the Keeper coming out. Should he try to make a play? Yes, but not at the expense of putting himself in a really vulnerable position.

We're beginning to beat a dead horse here. I thought it was a good game without too much chippyness. You guys all seem like a good bunch of guys (even Drew:)), so this back and forth seems pretty petty. It sounds like you guys haven't caught too many breaks this year so far, so maybe it's a little frustration? Who knows? I hope your buddy is doing better. Good luck the rest of the way!
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Post  DrewMaloney on Fri May 22, 2009 6:58 pm

something about a 5 foot 3 inch forward getting punched in the face by a goalie taller than him jumping up for a ball in the air isn't making sense to me. You can protect yourself without swinging your arms straight out in front of you in a punching motion, but I guess you gotta be a goalie or a tough guy to really understand, I am neither. I thought the game was played very well, the Celtic 2 guys are most all good guys, even Blo, who I always enjoy sharing a pint and a story with at meetings. That goalie is not one of them. story/
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Post  bbartosik on Fri May 22, 2009 7:10 pm

BLO

- Thanks for the response. We understand what happened. Nobody wants to see someone hurt. We are frustrated with losing 4 games, by 1 goal, after having the lead in the games. Just something we have to work on. Phil knew what he was doing, when he went up against the goalie, and instead of making the game 3-1, he lost the battle against the goalie. I just have an issue with people calling a friend, and teammate of mine, stupid, and having cement block brains, when he is playing a game with passion, and the desire to give his team a 2 goal lead, and 3pts to start the season. We are all close knit friends, and talk about the Roos and soccer all year. We like winning and celebrating, and we had an issue with hearing our teammate get called out for not being smart, for trying to score, and give us a chance to win. We arent calling you guys dirty, or saying the play was cheap. We enjoy Celtic and going to their beer blasts, and having drinks with them. Good Luck the rest of the season.
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Post  P. Shoppa on Fri May 22, 2009 10:59 pm

I thought Phil won the head ball against the keeper.
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Post  B-Lo on Fri May 22, 2009 11:06 pm

Brian:

You're absolutely right. He doesn't deserve that at all. Sorry if these comments got off base. It sounds like you guys are good friends and teammates, so no one should take issue with you defending him whatsoever. If you guys knew our Keeper at all, you would know he is by no means a dirty player at all. As a matter of fact, he is more gentlemanly (if that's really a word) than most of the rest of us!(I know that's not saying much but...) ...and he's really not all that much bigger than Phil too! We wish him and the rest of you guys the best. Here's to turning things around for you guys ...as long as you don't pass us in the standings Wink Cheers!
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Post  Phil Barrett on Sat May 23, 2009 2:45 pm

I'll be coming in the Box heads up with a goalie all day everyday. Doesn't matter the size, I'll take that punch, get a cat scan then do it again next week. And since my head is half cement he will be on the losing end of the next encounter.
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Post  nunzio on Sat May 23, 2009 3:57 pm

I've been playing this game since I was 5 yrs old, played Jr. College, transferred and played at D1 College. I've never seen a player challenge a goalie on a ball that was lobbed in and bounced at about the penalty spot! I'm not trying to talk bad about the kid but as far as I can remember when a ball is at its highest point the keeper is gonna come out hard, protecting himself with his knee up, and most likely punch the ball out of the box! It was unfortunate that this guys head was on the other side of the ball! I'm sorry but sometimes you have to be smart and not challenge when its nearly impossible to win the ball, not to mention you're supposed to stay off of the keeper! Now if it was a driven ball into the box I'd challenge all day long! Regardless, the guy got hurt and nobody wants to see anyone get hurt! Over and done with! Good luck the rest of the year!

P.S. I've played many games against Kurt Shulz and I don't think he would even challenge the keeper on a ball like that!! Not that he wouldn't win the battle physically but out of respect for the keeper!

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Post  slabyk on Sat May 23, 2009 4:10 pm

the only part i laugh at is the referees call.

it was no more than a year a go when i came out for a 50/50 ball and jumped around the player to win possession and ended up bumping him with my knee. the ref gave them a pk. i guess the discrepancy is in the fact that im 6'6 and the celtic keeper is 5'6.

if i happened to hit a player like that (as the story illustrates) i can almost guarantee that call goes the opposite way. you'd be suprise how many times i ask the ref about a non-call and his/her response is "your twice the size of him"

either way, the keeper was not intending to knock phil out, but at the same time he was looking for contact, not merely "protecting himself."

it was a good game, and good luck the rest of the way.
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Post  DrewMaloney on Sun May 24, 2009 11:44 am

thanks for posting your credentials nunzio but no one really cares. If the balls at its highest like you said how does a guy who is 5'3 get punched in the face? he didnt get hit with a knee he got hit with a fist. If you make a habit out of quitting on plays that is your business, apparently it gets you to D1 in college. Perhaps I've played with the wrong philosophy. say whatever you want, I'm sure you're a great guy as most of Celtic 2 is, but your goalie is a scumbag, and will always be a scumbag.
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Post  nunzio on Sun May 24, 2009 4:21 pm

Hey Drew, apparently you've been playing with the wrong philosophy as you haven't won a game yet! Just concentrate on that and not our "scumbag" goalie pal!! I think we're done here!

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Post  bbartosik on Tue May 26, 2009 10:14 pm

Come on Nunzio, we're working on winning. It's easy to talk when you win 3-2 in the final 15 minutes. We get your alot better. Actually you can help me. I've been searching online for the
Celtic 2 - 2008 "A Year in Review" Championship documentary, hat, and autographed soccer ball package that ESPN puts out each year. Since I couldnt find it, I searched for the "Road to the Playoffs" edition, but there was none. I finally found what I was looking for in the 2008,
Celtic 2- "Bordering Relugation" series. Its easy to put down teams after having a few more wins, but your talk will be more credible when you guys make it to the playoffs. On a more serious note, congrats to Celtic United, for a great win against Lazio, it's nice to see a D1 team take down a premier team. Good luck in round 2.
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