April 18, 2007

Manic Monday quiz, The Mid-Week Edition

Sorry for the delays folks.
Work sucks, beer and cupcakes rule.

Here you are:

1. Name two of the three players selected in the MLS Inaugural Player Draft (not the college draft!) who are still playing in the league.
2. Who is the only Herrmann Trophy winner (collegiate soccer's top player) who wasn't drafted in the first round of the MLS College Draft?
3. San Diego Flash, Minnesota Thunder, Pittsburgh Riverhounds, D.C. United, Chivas USA, Red Bull New York, Colorado Rapids, Bodø/Glimt (current) - who's career path?
4. Colorado Rapids head coach Fernando Clavijo previously coached what other MLS team?
5. What former D.C. United player holds the MLS record for most red cards in league history with seven?

The Forbidden Cupcake:
6. After Nick Garcia scored his first MLS goal in June of 2006, who became the new all-time leader in MLS history for most games played without scoring a goal?

Again, answers are posted in the comments section.


E. Charles Blanco said...

1. Frankie Hejduk, Jason Kreis and Zach Thornton.
2. Chris Wingert, who was selected with the second pick of the second round by Columbus in the 2004.
3. Thiago Martins, once dubbed on the BigSoccer boards by Chivas USA fans as the "worst Brazilian ever".
4. New England Revolution
5. Ivan McKinley
6. Brandon Prideaux, who has played in 185 games without scoring.

joemybro said...

Jason Kreis, Cobi Jones, and Frankie Hedjuk
2. No idea
3. No idea
4. Revs
5. Dema Kovalenko

The Forbidden Cupcake:

E. Charles Blanco said...

Good call on Prideaux. Seems like a lot more people knew about that stat than I thought.

If I remember correctly, Cobi signed with the league as a free agent after playing with Vasco is Brazil.

And Kovalenko was the most logical guess for most red cards. That guy has issues.