He's only been with the team three days, but Brazilian trialist Guilherme continues to impress.
United spent much of Wednesday's session doing 3-v-2 and 2-v-1 attacking exercises. On consecutive turns, the Botafogo player slammed a close-range effort past Andrew Dykstra and then curled a shot from distance around Joe Willis' 6-foot-5 frame.
We'll learn more about Guilherme's abilities as a one-on-one defender in Charleston, but his offensive skill set is certainly the type that gets personnel evaluators excited.
Sounds promising in the abstract. But why -- oh why? -- weren't Toronto invited to the Coffee Pot Cup so we could get some video evidence for ourselves?