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Rapid Vienna vs. Ried Highlights
   May 11, 2014 (3:19 PM) by Matt Benson     Email This Post Email This Post

Terrence Boyd got the start and joined the small list of Americans to score 20 goals in a single season for a top-flight team in Europe when he found the back of the net in the second half of Rapid Vienna’s 5-2 win over Ried.  Here are some highlights with Boyd’s goal coming at the 3:20 mark.

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5 Responses to “Rapid Vienna vs. Ried Highlights”

  1. Jaime says:

    Put Boyd on the plane he deserves to go!!!

  2. Tim H. says:

    I’d say it’s hard to ignore Boyd at this point. The only problem could be the quality of the league. But at this point, I’d put him ahead of EJ and Wondo.

  3. CP says:

    Well, today is the big day. I am hoping and praying for whoever makes us better (regardless of who that is). Right now my suspicion is that those bubble players that will make us better are…Boyd, Chandler, Brooks, Agudelo, Ream, and Donovan (and after watching the 60 minutes special, yes, I do think he is a bubble player)…I think I can probably live without Shea, Evans, Gonzo, EJohnson, Parkhurst, and even Wondo…

  4. Taylor M says:

    Talk about being in a mood. He could’ve had a hat trick today. Great season.

    For anyone that really watches their games, can you compare Austria’s league to other European leagues for me? MLS even?

  5. Gregory says:

    His team is better then MLS team. Every single player that sees the field for Rapid Vienna would be designated player in the MLS. I know getting DP salary doesn’t make you good, but it cuts down on weak links on the field.

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