Thursday, May 28, 2009

5/28/09: Hey Ryan Johnson How Does Losing Taste?

Ryan Johnson made probably the biggest mistake, to show that the other teams fans actually got to him and affected his performance. He was a cocky little turd, however I wonder how cocky he feels now since his wonder goal(lol) wasn't enough to beat the Crew:

Enjoy last place in MLS turd burgular.


  1. Speeking of the game! Carroll is out! He may be silent but he commands attention from the other team with his great tracking and tackling. He's gonna be missed. Since we don't know how long it's gonna be before we get him back whos gonna replace him? I know were gonna have Danny back and all but I'm scared when I watch him play. We have depth it's just everyone has the dumbest injuries. I just wanted to know what our starting 11 is gonna be for Seattle?

  2. I hate Ryan Johnson. I wish he would've been forced to come back to our section and apologize to us after losing the game. He is such a loser. He actually is, look at where his team is this season so far.

  3. Check his wikki page under the Professional section.


  4. Even better, I'll post it:
    Johnson was drafted in the third round, 26th overall, by Real Salt Lake in the 2006 MLS SuperDraft. On July 25, 2006, Johnson was traded to the Chicago Fire, after only appearing in 7 matches with Salt Lake. In the remainder of the 2006 season, Johnson played 3 matches for the Fire and failed to agree on a new contract with the team at season's end. In early 2007, he was trialing with various teams in Scandinavia and eventually got a short-term contract with Swedish side Östers (then at Superettan), that stretched from March 2007 to July 2007. Because of Östers' then-surplus of centre forwards and their then lack of a natural second striker, they chose not to extend his contract any further and instead loaned Anatolij Ponomarev from GAIS.In 2007 he was on a trial to Bodø/Glimt he play one game against Leknes FK, he scored the last goal in the 8-1 won.

    After a short stint playing indoor soccer with the New Jersey Ironmen, Johnson signed with the San Jose Earthquakes for the 2008 MLS season.

    You're so awesum Ryan Johnson! Especially since you were assisted by a handball.