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back of fifth-place Houston and New England with eight to play. On Monday, general manager Mark McCullers fired Robert Warzycha , who spent five years at the helm and is tied for the most regular-season wins in franchise history. He lost his
against New York, but fell 1-0. "I think we created chances but we need to score goals, simple as that," coach Robert Warzycha told the team's official website. "I think we played good enough to win the games. You score the goals you get
matchup with a former club could spark the Crew this past Saturday as they fell 1-0 in Chicago. Columbus coach Robert Warzycha is hoping a three-game homestand will help his club break out of its lackluster start. "We had a stretch of seven
play on Sunday. Columbus (9-14-5) dropped to 1-1 under interim manager Brian Bliss, who replaced the fired Robert Warzycha on Monday. FC Dallas 3, Vancouver Whitecaps 1 Mauro Diaz and Jair Benitez scored in the final five minutes to lift
what it was. Whatever it was, we have to be better." The Impact, though, are well aware of the depth on coach Robert Warzycha 's club, which holds the fourth spot in the East with eight points. Oduro and Williams each have two goals, while
74th. Finley also had a penalty shot blocked in the 50th. Crew interim coach Brian Bliss won his first game after Robert Warzycha was fired Monday in his fifth season. Seattle won 1-0 at home over Chivas to move equal second on points with Los
a turnover to pass to Fagundez for his sixth score of the season. ''We had quality chances,'' Columbus coach Robert Warzycha said. ''We didn't allow the other team to create as many chances as they are used to. They didn't create too
for most shots in the league with 57 and ranks sixth in shots on goal with 21. "He's a set-up guy," coach Robert Warzycha said. "He's going to occasionally score. The good thing for us is he's very dangerous on set pieces and he
play the long ball.'' The Crew lost its second straight and fell to 1-2-2 at home. ''When we created chances the final touch wasn't there,'' Columbus coach Robert Warzycha said. ''We're playing good enough to win.''
stretching stop of Dominic Oduro's breakaway. ''These chances we need to score. Simple as that,'' Crew coach Robert Warzycha said. Johnson is expected to return to Crew Stadium on Sept. 10 with the U.S. national team in its World Cup