The United Beat
After his team's 3-2 victory over Real Salt Lake, United coach Adrian Heath said he hoped players would "start listening to the coaches, instead of everything else that's going around the club."
Despite coach Adrian Heath's postgame mood, there were some good parts to the three points.
The Loons play three home games in nine days starting Saturday against Real Salt Lake.
Plus other fun quotes from after United's international friendly.
The international friendly will be the first game as a Loon for some players.
The Loons would have to win seven of their last 17 games to reach that mark.
The center back has missed three league games while playing with Costa Rica in the World Cup.
The midfielder was an unused substitute in Friday's 1-0 loss to FC Dallas.
O'Connor played for Heath at Orlando in the USL.
The Loons will use a a 3-5-2 formation on a steamy night vs. FC Dallas.
The coach said the team won't appeal winger Miguel Ibarra's red card. "The hard part for the authorities is to admit that their people are making mistakes," he said.
In addition to commenting on his former club, he gave an injury update ahead of Monday's U.S. Open Cup match.
The Loons are 1-1-2 against Houston in MLS play.
Calvo is away with Costa Rica in the World Cup.
Minnesota United captain Francisco Calvo used to play there while midfielder Johan Venegas is on loan there now.
The right back kept dangerous Montreal player Ignacio Piatti at bay on Saturday.
Saturday night's Loon's match vs. Montreal will be Tyrone Mears' first game back since March 31 after recovering from a calf/Achilles injury.
The Loons won't be hosting the match-up, despite an error awarding them hosting rights.
He recently trained with United back in early April.
Darwin Quintero said the chemistry between him as the playmaker and wingers Miguel Ibarra and Alexi Gomez. as well as forward Christian Ramirez, is continuing to develop.