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Montreal Impact #9 | Marco Di Vaio
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- Height: 5' 11"
- Weight: 172
- Age 37
- Birthplace: Italy
Brotherly Game Apr 9, 2014
Poetry Corner Kicks lets The Game do the talking for this recap. For many of my poetry recaps, I’ll try to take a theme from the game, a trend, or a special moment and let that guide the recap. In the case of this game, however, how do you choose one moment or one trend? You have the first game without Jack McInerney (I’m still digesting that one), we let Mike Magee back on the scoring sheet (like Marco Di Vaio last week), we gave up another late goal that cost us points, Leo Fernandes continues his hot start to the season, Chaco Maidana doesn’t see the starting line-up, Edu scored...
Mount Royal Soccer Mar 31, 2014
The Montreal Impact is already too dependant on Marco Di Vaio. After escaping the Union's second goal, on more than one occasion, the Montreal Impact get one precious point out of PPL Park. Marco Di Vaio can be thanked again as he demonstrated yet again why he is one of the best strikers in MLS. But Di Vaio continues to be the tree that hides the forest. Before facing the Philadelphia Union, the Impact had just lost three games in a row. Frank Klopas' men never seemed to gel as a unit. They were at best inconsistent. If Di Vaio is a sturdy baobab, there are a few weak trees out there. And...
Mount Royal Soccer Mar 30, 2014
Marco Di Vaio marque encore pour l'Impact de Montréal avec sa classique #DiVaye . Justin Mapp pique le ballon au milieu de terrain de Philadelphie. L'effet #Mappillon coupe vers le centre du terrain avec une course puissante et explosive. Il lève la tête et identifie Marco Di Vaio, qui se prépare déjà à une #DiVaye . Di Vaio étire la défense du Philadelphia Union en allant vers la gauche, ce qui lui donne son option préférée d'ouvrir sur son pied droit.N'ayant pas identifié la #DiVaye dès le début, Amobi Okugo laisse trop de temps et d'espace au Terminator du Bleu, Blanc ,...
Brotherly Game Mar 29, 2014
The Union had it all going from them, but then Marco Di Vaio turned things around and took two points away from the Union with a highlight reel goal. It looked as if the Union were on their way to three points Saturday night at PPL Park. Second half, up a goal, then up a man as well, but it all came crashing down in the 79th minute when Amobi Okugo gave Marco Di Vaio a tad too much space and Di Vaio in turn created a moment of magic. His sublime equalizer proved to be the difference as the Union walked away from PPL Park tonight disappointed and tied at one. The first half began as a rather...
Mount Royal Soccer Mar 29, 2014
Marco Di Vaio score a beauty and gives the Montreal Impact its first point in 2014. No one else than Marco Di Vaio could have pulled a goal out of nowhere. The Italian designated player was playing his first game in 2014 after a 3-game suspension. Winless in three games, the Montreal Impact was desperate to get points and getting Di Vaio back was the boost it needed. But it was the Philadelphia Union that was dangerous most of the game. The hosts were rewarded, after dominating the first half, as Vincent Noguiera scores the go-ahead goal for the Union. Heath Pearce, who was starting his...
philly.com Mar 29, 2014
Marco Di Vaio sprinted in place, and the final bars of the national anthem buzzed over the PPL Park sound system. The Montreal forward's white cleats kicked up a mist from the rain-soaked field as his teammates stood still.
Mount Royal Soccer Mar 28, 2014
The Montreal Impact face the Philadelphia Union at PPL Park. The game will be Marco Di Vaio's first game after he purged his 3-game suspension.PPL Park (4:00pm ET) REFEREE: EDVIN JURISEVIC AR1: Frank Anderson AR2: Mark Cahen 4TH: Daniel FitzgeraldThe latest MLS assignments have been announced.
Mount Royal Soccer Mar 19, 2014
Frank Klopas doit trouver des solutions lorsque Marco Di Vaio reviendra sur l'alignement de départ. Ouais, bon. Même les plus optimistes se l'étaient dit : ce sera pas facile sans le numéro 9 au départ. Après deux parties, le onze montréalais ne se sera jamais fait déclasser. En revanche, il n'a toujours pas le moindre point au compteur. En partie faute à pas de chance, mais aussi à cause de bien des éléments déjà abordés en long et en large sur les forums et autres réseaux sociaux. T'inquiètes, Matteo, je te laisse tranquille! L'absence du marqueur italien aura au moins...