Studio 90: 2012 Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

 

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8 Responses to Studio 90: 2012 Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

  1. Michael F. SBI Mafia Original says:

    Weird that ther’es no Claudio.

  2. cak says:

    Why didn’t Armstrong play in MLS in 1996?

  3. TheFrenchOne says:

    yeah, talk about the pink elephant in the room… kinda weird that heather didn’t explain why claudio wasn’t there

  4. Michael F. SBI Mafia Original says:

    OK, I just found this: “Reyna was unable to attend the ceremony because of a family matter.” I hope all is OK. Must be a a pretty big matter to keep you away from an even like this.

  5. pancholama says:

    Isn’t Claudio coaching? – When he said “family matter” – I think he was referring to the larger USMNT Youth and Senior teams FAMILY. No?

    And about Tony Meola – what can you say? A class act, a super fine gentleman and scholar of the game, a 100% Saint Nice Guy, super competitor, etc., etc. etc., – very glad to see him earn this well deserved honor.

  6. Franklin says:

    I think he was watching an episode of family matters and wanted to see if urkel ended up getting a date with laura.

  7. B 16 says:

    Had the chance to play with Des Armstrong once- he is a class act through and through.

  8. BSU SC says:

    Desmond Armstrong might be the most under rated American to ever play the game. Without him, the United States probably does not qualify for World Cup 1990.

    Tony Meola is a legend. The image of him celebrating the US victory over Columbia during World Cup 94 is one of the best memories of my life.