Found March 14, 2014 on Total MLS:
PLAYERS: Colin Miller
FC Edmonton did everything they were expected to in 2013. They finished middle of the pack in the standings, were the most difficult team to score on and had trouble finding the back of the net. They were essentially draw specialists, not exactly by design but more by default. They set up in a very defensive and organized formation and attempted to hit teams on the break. The first part of their game plan worked magnificently all year long as the team allowed the fewest goals in the league over the course of the Spring and Fall Seasons. The second part of their game plan did not quite work out as well. While Edmonton were dangerous on the counter and put together their fair number of meaningful attacks in matches, the Eddies scored the fewest goals all season as well. In 2013, Edmonton won six games, lost eight and drew 12. They had four more draws during the entire season than any other team, and had as many draws total as the San Antonio Scorpions, Fort Lauderdale Strik...
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