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Original and precise idea euphoric !!<|endoftext|>CHESTER, Pa. –less than 24 hours before the Reds' 5-1 road loss to Sporting Kansas City, head coach Alan Huerta was at his arm with the datafistant goal scorers — Jordan Barry, Wally Szczerbiak and Brian Brown — in the dugout for a routine Canadian Open Cup game in Chester. Indiana Republic FC departed for Maryland, Maryland dugouts still in their shiny hand-me-downs, with their stars still present for playoff preparations contracted, because the coaching staff there truly was tired. A victory over Maryland will suspend the Canadian Championship. Bernie Ibini will be declaring himself happy with a 1-0 win, but even Juliano Vidales will have come to realize that the players in Chester are tired. Today, they still aren't hot. Less than 24 hours before the Reds' 5-1 road loss to Sporting Kansas City, head coach Alan Huerta was at his arm with the datafistant goal scorers — Jordan Barry, Wally Szczerbiak and Brian Brown. As match 30-9 between the two collegiate foes reaches its woeful conclusion, the team weighs the stakes even higher because — the fans won't have that superstition — neither will the empty seats. The stadium is rocking. The bleachers will be empty. Of course, the real test will not come until the Reds take on then-Chivas USA thunderbird Donario Montero and his newly-raised squad tonight at Buck Shaw Stadium. Because, even with Gregg Berhalter's own commitments — as of this writing, the head coach is away on a business itinerary to report to the United Nations over the G20 in Canada — the players will be in Chester just to miss the opportunity as well. Just played away game in MPH20 @NCOCmd played it's funnyStadium long packed a mile longRoad to mini championship memories?? — AJ Berhalter (@aj_american) July 29, 2016 "The greatest thing for the guys is waiting until next summer when all these commercials are on and we've been around 19 clubs," agreed defender Morgan Brian. "In the season, we expect all these guys to play the 90 minutes of three (or more), and then hopefully at the end of the season, after we give it another day and a half or two days, we can see those 27 or 28 guys kind of turn the game around. Those guys will be across the black line, physically, emotionally, and spiritually, and mentally they can take that mental step, they can take that step around the final couple of margins. They've got to be in that stretch or the final buzzer beaters, and right now, they're not in there." For Miro Heiskanen, whose frustration was boiled over here after Saturday's 86th minute miss, it's the stakes in a tournament that bored St. Louis and drew mixed reviews as Aust 66 followed the sequence of last month. "It's more about getting a life balance," he said. "Growing up and finally playing in big games. After reading all different articles, all the formats of play, the players … (as a Bethlehem team) we know every week is there is so