Tuesday, October 24, 2006

BASAs: Coach of the Year

1st 2nd 3rd Points
1 Bob Bradley 7 7
2 Peter Nowak 7 2 3 44
3 Dave Sarachan 1 2 7 18
4 Colin Clarke
3 1 10
5 Dominic Kinnear
1 1 4
6 Frank Yallop

2 2
7 Richie Williams

1 1

(5-3-1 scoring system)

Another close race. The top two received the same number of first place votes, but Bradley got more second places and wins the coach of the year BASA. He'll also likely win it in real life for leading Chivas out of the cellar and into the playoffs.

Sarachan was named on ten ballots and wins third despite Chicago actually having a worse record than last year. Guess the second half matters more than the first, or Clarke might've got those votes. Also, no votes for Steve Nicol despite the third best record in the league or John Ellinger for an improvement almost as great as Bradley's.

Results Schedule

10/23-Goalkeeper of the Year (Troy Perkins)
10/24-Coach of the Year (Bob Bradley)
10/25-Rookie of the Year
10/26-Defender of the Year
10/27-Young Player of the Year

10/30-Midfielder of the Year
10/31-Old Player of the Year
11/1-Forward of the Year
11/2-Favorite MLS Player
11/3-Most Annoying US Soccer Personality

11/6-Best XI
11/7-USMNT Player of the Year
11/8-MLS Player of the Year

Comments on "BASAs: Coach of the Year"


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:13 AM, October 27, 2006) : 

Drew Moor got screwed.


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