Humans are creatures of habit. Some habits are better than others. When they are of the bad sort, we attempt to break them, but bad habits die hard.
Coming off a two-win streak this loss to the Seattle Sounders was a hard pill to swallow for the Rapids.
Although the Sounders had not won one game this season their first win, April 20, marked their seventh straight win against the Rapids. The Rapids have not won a match against the Sounders since 2010. Apparently soccer habits are even harder to break.
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The energy was booming in Dicks Sporting Goods Field in anticipation of the home opener for the Colorado Rapids, Sunday. Fans were beating drums, singing and cheering.
Though the energy level was invigorating; the game was somewhat of a disappointment. The expected “W” for the Rapids became their second loss of the season.
The Philadelphia Union earned its first win against the Rapids since the Union joined the MSL in 2010. It also gave the Rapids their first home opener loss in 10 seasons.
The first blow to the Rapids confidence was …
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