Ljungberg’s growing pains in Seattle

Freddie Ljungberg’s rocking first start resulted in a goal that continued the Seattle Sounders red hot streak. They have cooled off with two consecutive losses against the Wizards and Chivas . They have no goals and have conceded three.
Ljungberg and Colombian striker Fredy Montero are not linking up as well as Sigi Schmid would like and it is an issue that he needs to address on the field. This is what he says:
“(Freddie) Ljungberg and (Fredy) Montero have played together now a total of maybe 180 minutes. Once they got like 700 minutes together, I think they’ll understand each other a lot better. So an awful lot of that depends on guys getting to know each other better .”
Seattle meets San Jose this weekend, a club that is leaking goals. Ljungberg and Seattle should be able to get back on track.

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