recently signed four players to its MLS side after they suited up for the USL team in 2019. That means there are GIFs. Last but certainly not least (indeed: by a wide margin, most) comes winger Alan Winn.
Juuuuust a bit outside
Alas, probably NSC’s best chance in the Indy Eleven playoff game.
These posts have the good and the bad: this one is Winn totally unable to beat Neveal Hackshaw (not that there’s a ton of shame in that: Hackshaw is great).
Give it that first-time rip.
Very good chance creation, finished product in process (for both Winn and his teammates).
“And they say if you listen closely on a quiet October night, you can still hear the ghost of AJ Paterson walking off the field at First Tennessee Park.”
Get u a man who can make defenders quit the sport in the middle of a play.
Not known for his defense, this is a great recovery run.
To me, a foul.
Winn got more comfortable finding and taking shots as the year went on. Confidence to place them accurately comes next.
See what I’m sayin’?
This defender not only commits an obvious yellow-card foul, but then also grabs the ball away from the feet of the offensive player with his hand. Wasn’t whistled for either infraction, IIRC.
Vision + Speed
“Just taaaap it in(bounds)”
Are we skiing moguls? Never got a ton of clarity on the celebration here.
The better times. The “beating Indy” times.
Put on low heat spin cycle, with like colors.
Critics agree: “A fast man!”
So do Memphis defenders tbqh
A nice first-time tap to Ríos.
The first touch and the cutback are good, to me.
That’s a foul.
Just so good at getting endline and around that last (non-Hackshaw) defender.
Sweep the leg.
Same play as immediately above: he created the chance with speed and opportunism.
I know it’s basically the same clip as like 20 others, but we’re establishing a theme here.
Slick give-and-go, again slightly better work on the finishing needed.
A little forearm shiver.
Run in behind, young man.
That’s a pen.