Clearly AC Milan couldn't hack it in MLS ;-).
So, I guess the first question to ask is: was it worth losing Barklage (a squad role-player), probably for the season, in order to get our strikers some confidence by having them score against some two-bit Italian hacks? (Cranking the tills and filling the coffers probably didn't hurt either.)
And the second question?
Is it a coincidence that the Morsink + Castillo team (and some might uncharitably add Perkins to that mix) shipped the goals? True, true, they were playing a man down for half of a half, but they were also feeble in attack and starting to concede big chances before Barklage was carried off. Just sayin'.
Wonder what the chances of the first-half team starting against Chivas this weekend are.
Oh wait. I do have one last question. I'll be eager to see whose decision it was not to allow United to bring on a subbed-off player after Barklage went down. Onalfo clearly wanted to make the move but was denied. Was it the organizers? If so...it's a freakin' friendly, fer crapssakes! Or was it Milan? Wouldn't say I'd be shocked to hear it was the later.
Again, just sayin'.