Longshore: Robinson has been the MVP to this point

Dukes & Bell
May 24, 2019 - 3:53 pm

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Jason Longshore joined Dukes & Bell to preview tonight’s game, and is fatigue taking effect on the team?

Longshore said this could be a surprising lineup tonight for the United.

 “I think this is going to be one of the more surprising lineups in their three years.” Longshore said “With Barco out, Tito being injured and with the hectic schedule and so much needed rest it’s going to be interesting to see what the lineup looks like.”

Jason talked about Salt lake’s set pieces.

 “They’re pretty average on set pieces.” Longshore said “I think it’s something Atlanta United really needs to work on, it’s something that feels pretty generic, especially corners.”

When asked about Pity’s performance on Sunday.

 “He was about like everybody else, looked like he was running on fumes.” Longshore said “That was a game where you needed an extra gear, I think he’s been overall in good form. I’m curious to how many changes need to be made, and is Pity one of those changes with the two homes games coming up.”

Jason told the guys who has been his MVP so far for the United.

 “I think it’s Miles Robinson.” Longshore said “Mile Robinson is not actually on the all-star ballot, not sure how that one went down, I wouldn’t be surprised if he wasn’t a coaches pick.”