1:54 AM EDT, Thu October 23, 2014
Mount Royal Soccer Oct 13, 2014

Marco Di Vaio's 2 goals in Gifs : No Touch Football

Marco Di Vaio scored 2 world class goals adding more weight and legitimacy to his MLS legacy. Marco Di Vaio scored 140+ goals in Serie A for a reason and will always be remembered as a serial killer in the box. As he racks up more goals. the Italian designated player Calum Mallace's awareness + Di Vaio = Goal #1 Andres Romero looks up + Di Vaio = Goal #2 Both goals are not a novelty in the way a goal is scored. A precise pass finds a striker who makes a run behind, in front, next to a defender and quickly pulls the trigger. The pass must be precise, the run must be intuitive but...
Mount Royal Soccer Oct 11, 2014

Marco Di Vaio Strikes Twice as Impact Draw Revolution

Marco Di Vaio's brace not enough for the win but what goals from the Terminator. The Montreal Impact drew the New England Revolution 2-2 this afternoon at a chilly Stade Saputo. In his second to last home game, Marco Di Vaio scored twice in the draw. The result officially clinched a MLS playoff spot for the New England Revolution. The Italian star opened the scoring in the 12th minute after receiving a nice pass from midfielder Calum Mallace. However the lead did not last long as New England struck back four minutes later through Kelyn Rowe after a breakdown in the Montreal defence....
Mount Royal Soccer Oct 1, 2014

Ignacio Piatti : The Impact's not so secret weapon is also its double edged sword

Remember the Di Vaio dependence in 2013? 20 goals, cool hashtags, a historical playoff berth but no transition. Ignacio Piatti's arrival to the club had an instance impact on the pitches as he energized a squad marred by mental fatigue, desperate for wins. His influence on the pitch is reminiscent of what a certain Marco Di Vaio who was making MLS defenders look like they belonged in USL Pro. Since that season and a short lived MLS playoff participation, the club has nothing to show for from a season that saw its first DP score 20 goals. Unfortunately, its reaction to a decent MLS...