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Roland Lamah 22:49 - Mar 17 with 856 viewsProfessor

On sky at the moment playing for FC Cincinnati who are 3-0 up over Portland. A strange loan signing for us a few years back. Not a bad player, but not really PL quality either
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Roland Lamah on 22:55 - Mar 17 with 844 viewsLeonWasGod

Roland Lamah,
Roland Lama...ah
Lives in Townhill
Next to the Spar
(The Spar, The Spar, The Spar...)

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Roland Lamah on 23:03 - Mar 17 with 829 viewsProfessor

Roland Lamah on 22:55 - Mar 17 by LeonWasGod

Roland Lamah,
Roland Lama...ah
Lives in Townhill
Next to the Spar
(The Spar, The Spar, The Spar...)



He has gone off now.
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Roland Lamah on 23:22 - Mar 17 with 806 viewsmajorraglan

Agreed, squad filler to make up the numbers and cover injuries, much like Scheckter and Vazquez.
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Roland Lamah on 00:19 - Mar 18 with 773 viewstheloneranger

Roland Lamah on 23:03 - Mar 17 by Professor

He has gone off now.


He's doing a night shift in the Spar
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Roland Lamah on 09:30 - Mar 18 with 602 viewsProfessor

Roland Lamah on 00:19 - Mar 18 by theloneranger

He's doing a night shift in the Spar


Good on him, though he may have transferred to seven eleven now.

He did OK for Cincinnati who are new to the MLS. Believe he was at Dallas before. Pitch was shocking and weather pretty poor. Interesting times for the MLS if they can break through in places lie Cincinnati and Minnesota it could become huge.
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Roland Lamah on 13:05 - Mar 18 with 504 viewsDwightYorkeSuperstar

Roland Lamah on 09:30 - Mar 18 by Professor

Good on him, though he may have transferred to seven eleven now.

He did OK for Cincinnati who are new to the MLS. Believe he was at Dallas before. Pitch was shocking and weather pretty poor. Interesting times for the MLS if they can break through in places lie Cincinnati and Minnesota it could become huge.


Look at what they have achieved in Atlanta. With more and more revelations about the dangers of American football and sports like basketball being a genetic lottery, soccer should thrive in the next few decades there.

We would be comfortably mid table with Joe Allen and Brendan Rodgers
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Roland Lamah on 13:33 - Mar 18 with 465 viewsProfessor

Roland Lamah on 13:05 - Mar 18 by DwightYorkeSuperstar

Look at what they have achieved in Atlanta. With more and more revelations about the dangers of American football and sports like basketball being a genetic lottery, soccer should thrive in the next few decades there.


I think big cities like Atlanta or areas with larger Latino populations are less surprising in terms of success. Other teams like Columbus and Portland are in cities without an NFL franchise. That's why I feel that midwest cities are very much the key here-the expansion into Cincinnati being such as example. What is good is that most teams are heading to stadia of around 20K purpose built for football, rather than college American football stadia now used (though having seen UGA's 90, 000 seater stadium in a town of 120K they are impressive facilities). The standard is decent and seems to , as you say, be getting a real foothold now.
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Roland Lamah on 15:36 - Mar 18 with 400 viewsbluey_the_blue

Roland Lamah on 13:05 - Mar 18 by DwightYorkeSuperstar

Look at what they have achieved in Atlanta. With more and more revelations about the dangers of American football and sports like basketball being a genetic lottery, soccer should thrive in the next few decades there.


Atlanta had a plan though; South American coach, playing South American style and creating a squad capable of playing that was... plus Kenwyne Jones.
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