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Community Match Ratings: Columbus at Minnesota

by on 4 July 2017

Voting for community match ratings is open for 48 hours following the match. Contribute by rating each player. Want to know more about what these ratings mean? Check out our Match Ratings Primer.

You can see how the team and players progress through the season on our Match Ratings page.

Bobby Shuttleworth
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Kevin Venegas
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Jérôme Thiesson
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Joe Greenspan
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Justin Davis
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Ismaila Jome (▼ 77')
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Sam Cronin
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Ibson (▼ 77')
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Abu Danladi (▼ 43')
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Kevin Molino
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Christian Ramirez
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S1 – Collen Warner (▲ 43')
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S2 – Bashkim Kadrii (▲ 77')
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S3 - Miguel Ibarra (▲ 77')
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  • BJ

    Greenspan was gassed in the end being the single true CB the whole game he did well, but he was badly out of position many times. I saw that in the Open Cup game as well, he backs up when he should be patient on the attacker. 3-4 of the chances they had directly because he kept 2 players onside when a higher line (with the other 2 defenders) would have kept that option off the table (maybe it was JD and Jerry but they seemed to be moving in a line with each other).

    I thought Jome was fine, kept getting told by Ibson to move up so he kept getting in weird positions and looked to me he was left in 2 minds (defend or attack).

    Unlike others I thought Warner kept out of the way of Ibson and was fine.

    I was completely shocked that is seemed like we hardly went up the right hand side. Jerry and the Kevins I thought would be our main point of attack – seemed like Jome and Ibson kept it going on the left though.

    • Troy Kadlec

      I love Jerry, but he doesn’t seem to trust Kevin. It was very plain to me when Kevin had loads of space and no one closing on him and Jerry wouldn’t even look his way. Maybe some if that is trying to dupe the other team, but by the time Jerry would pull Kevin into the scheme, Columbus was pressing up and closing down the routes. It might just be the timing isn’t solid between them, but there was a noticeable lack of chemistry at times.

      Jome is an interesting one. He’s raw, but gifted. That 5v1 run he ended up winning in the second half was pretty, even if it didn’t amount to much. He’s got a chance to refine and learn body control and contribute long term.

      I loved Warner’s spark. He’s a scrapper and can disrupt. Fortunately, he disrupted Columbus more than us. I’d love to see him deployed as a central attacking mid vs the defensive line they like to throw him in.

      Ibson…love him…he drives me nuts… He’s the engine that moves the team forward and holds it back. He’s got 60-70 minutes of good play in him. Unless we capitalize on it and score, we seem to drop the match. He needs a partner in the 10 spot with as much creative vision as he has and things would click well.

      • C_A

        Sorry but Jome is just not MLS material. I would say he is hardly NASL material. You can polish a crystal as much as you want, you will never get a diamond, just another pretty cubic zirconia. His body frame is weak, his moves are awkward, his technical skills … rather not comment. In soccer, if you are still this raw at age 22, your train has passed you long, long time ago,

        The only place where I see him having some success (maybe) would be as a CB, but only if he adds about 35 lbs on his frame (he is ridiculously thin – 151lbs for his 6’1″ height) and learns how to position himself in the field. But I am afraid it is already too late for that too. His U12-13 coaches should have gathered their courage and switched him to a defensive position.