Sunday, May 18, 2008

Morrow on hot seat?

So says Al Dia's soccer blog. Actually there's a whole host of problems detailed by Diego Aparicio, a regular beat writer of the squad. A lot of it centers around the recent firing of a popular assistant coach, but there are also accusations that players have been told they need permission from their media relations department to speak to the press, and that other players have accused coach Steve Morrow and GM Michael Hitchcock of dealing with them unfairly, while at least one charges that Morrow is incompetent, unable to lead a team and has lost the locker room.
No names are named, though, because apparently players spoke to Diego only on condition of anonymity.
Such discontent, if true, might have played a role in the disjointed play of Dallas today versus the Galaxy.

6 comments:

Beax Speax said...

I thought all of Dallas' problems in the locker were Carlos Ruiz' fault....NOT!

L.B. said...

(with inspiration from beax)

After getting rid of locker room cancers Ramon Nunez and Carlos Ruiz, FC Dallas is a much more stable team.

Except it's not.

Eugene said...

I'd like to know who is discontent there, because I think they have a very talented squad and it would be great for other teams to benefit from their troubles.

I think Dominic Oduro, Ricardinho and Anthony Wallace, are much better than the spare change minutes they get.

CACuzcatlan said...

Kenny Cooper looked like he was playing to impress Bob Bradley and everyone else watching.

FC Uptown said...

Morrow and Hitch ought to be on the hotseat. Attendance has leveled, no shirt sponsor, no playoff wins, no Ruiz replacement, no predictable offense,

jackpot said...

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