Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Chivas USA get two awards.

As predicted, Chivas USA coach, Bob Bradley picked up the MLS coach of the year award for his job in turning Chivas USA from the doormat of the league into playoff caliber club. DC United coach Peter Nowak and Chicago Fire coach Dave Sarachan were also in the running for this award.

Bradley took the most dog-shit club in MLS and made them into a high octane, quick strike club. One of the first matches I saw of Chivas USA this season was their first match against the LA Galaxy and Razov shredded the Galaxy defense for 2 goals and Chivas looked like an entirely different club. Bradley did a great job this season, but he still has a lot of work to do. Hiring some anger management specialists might be the first thing on his list. It has also been reported that if Jurgen Klinsmann is selected as the next USMNT coach, Bob Bradley would be hand picked by Klinsi to be his deputy, a position that I and other feel, he would do a good job at.

Chivas USA defender, Jonathan Bornstein was named MLS Rookie of the year. After playing damn near every minute he could, Bornstein picked up 6 goals and 4 assists over the season.


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