The big question is will Atlanta United be the same without Tata Martino and Miguel Almiron? So far they are out to a tough start, they are 10th in their conference and have not won a game yet. My worry for Atlanta United is that they did not realize how important Miguel Almiron was to the team. When Josef Martinez broke the MLS single season goal record that was a huge accomplishment, but Miguel Almiron helped assist about half of those goals. So can they do it without him. The other concern is without Tata Martino and his elite strategies to win a game, it is not looking good so far. I think that this year Atlanta United will not be amazing like they were last year, but this year the team should make it all about getting used to the new players and coach so they can do better next year.
I have a very important question for you. Who do you think gets more credit and glory, the person who makes the assist or the person who scores the goal? Personally I think the person who scores the goal gets all the credit. Why? Here is my thinking, you add a point to your team in the game so you have a better chance of winning that game. But lets brake it down. It all starts from a couple of passes moving up the field, then someone has to have the vision to see the cross and actually cross the ball, and then the person who is shooting has the easiest job they just have to put the ball in the back of the net. now all jobs are important but I think the person who has to have a vision for the play and they have to make the cross should deserve more credit.
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I think the question you put out there is on everyone’s minds now. Interesting analysis…
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Thank you! We will have to see how the season plays out.