70’s Sounders great Adrian Webster tells his story in new book “Eternal Blue, Forever Green”
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70’s Sounders great Adrian Webster tells his story in new book “Eternal Blue, Forever Green”

by David Falk Adrian Webster spoke with goalWA.net in this 2012 interview, and briefly again after the passing of John Best, in October 2014. We’ve caught up again with Webster as his soccer career makes it to publication in the new book “Eternal Blue, Forever Green: The Sounders in the 70’s.” (Available on Amazon.com) In the … Continue reading

Three articles worth a read: Huskies, Redknapp’s Sounders, MLS Sounders
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Three articles worth a read: Huskies, Redknapp’s Sounders, MLS Sounders

goalWA.net would like to point your way to three recent articles online that we have read and appreciated. The first is from the UW Daily and is a feature on Senior Washington defender Taylor Peay. “Taylor has always had the talent to dominate games on both sides of the ball, but he now thinks it’s … Continue reading

Original Sounders: And Here Is Cliff (Uncle Nubby) McCrath
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Original Sounders: And Here Is Cliff (Uncle Nubby) McCrath

Stories like this one never start at the beginning because there isn’t one. More likely we’re looking at a series of somewhat purposeful, kind of ambiguous happenings fortunately directed by intellect, purpose and money. The very ingredients of success. Lasting Sounder success seemed to surface 29 years later from the ashes of trial and error … Continue reading

Original Sounders: OMG! Pepe Fernandez, AstroTurf and a broken leg
Original Sounders with Doug Thiel / Seattle Sounders FC

Original Sounders: OMG! Pepe Fernandez, AstroTurf and a broken leg

1974 was a marvelous year filled with OMG’s. Even before the first ball was booted OMG’s were happening. But you knew that. We lost the league season opener 2-1 on May 5th to LA: 4,107 fans. OMG. In LA? Right. Dear Lord what’s it going to be in Seattle? Ominous clouds and so soon. It’s worthy to … Continue reading