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Video: MLS keeper has a moment of madness

Josh Wick’s boots were made for stomping

Congratulations to Seattle Sounders FC, who last night proved to the world that a competition called the US Open Cup exists by winning it. The 2-1 victory over DC United was a bitter pill to swallow for losing goalkeeper keeper Josh Wicks, who reacted to the first goal with a hearty stomp on Colombian striker Fredy Montero.

Not cool, Josh. Not cool.


4 responses so far
  • Matt // September 3, 2009 at 1:19 pm

    WTF? This guys is potentially a US national team keeper…the next Tim Howard with attitude?

    Anyway…better footage and match hightlights here – http://footballfashion.wordpress.com/2009/09/03/video-seattle-sounders-2-d-c-united-1-u-s-open-cup-final/

    Looks like Freddy Ljunberg is big time now winning trophies in America!

  • mr_chopper // September 3, 2009 at 3:37 pm

    Seriously..? He doesn’t even touch him, does he? From what I can see, the most he would have done was landed on his hand. Now that would have been bad, but the guy is grabbing his chest… SO did he touch him at all?

  • tavin // September 3, 2009 at 6:12 pm

    It doesn’t matter whether he injury him or not at this point….the intention is enough to get his sutpid ass out of the game

  • Chris // September 5, 2009 at 10:43 pm

    Matt – he has no chance of playing for the US men’s national team. There several more talented keepers ready to step in behind Howard. Plus, he will be 26 in November and as far as I can tell has had no caps at any level for the US.

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