In the past three matches — at home against Atlanta, and at San Jose and Vancouver — Seattle has maintained possession of the ball longer than its opponent. During that span, the Sounders are 0-1-2.
In the past three matches — at home against Atlanta, and at San Jose and Vancouver — Seattle has maintained possession of the ball longer than its opponent. During that span, the Sounders are 0-1-2. Ted S. Warren The Associated Press
In the past three matches — at home against Atlanta, and at San Jose and Vancouver — Seattle has maintained possession of the ball longer than its opponent. During that span, the Sounders are 0-1-2. Ted S. Warren The Associated Press

Possession-heavy Sounders searching for finishing touch

April 22, 2017 04:09 PM

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