How did players from Georgia do in MLS Week 4?

How did players from Georgia do in MLS week 4?

It was a pretty light week with just three games played and just a few players in action.


Goalkeeper Sean Johnson (@SJohn25), Lilburn, Atlanta Blackhawks, Atlanta Fire

The Fire didn’t play.


Midfielder Sam Cronin, Atlanta

The Rapids didn’t play.


Defender Walker Zimmerman (@Thewalkerzim), Lawrenceville

Zimmerman was with the U-23 U.S. men’s national team, which tied Colombia 1-1 in the first game of a series to determine which team will go to the Olylmpics. They will finish their two-leg series on Tuesday.


Midfielder Ricardo Clark (@RicoC13), Atlanta, AFC Lightning, Atlanta

Played a complete game with four shots, one on goal, in his team’s 1-0 loss to Vancouver on Saturday.

New England

Defender Jordan McCrary (@J_Mccrary9), Marietta

Didn’t make the 18 for his team’s 1-1 tie with NYCFC on Saturday.

New York

Defender Chris Duvall (@ChrisDuvall91), Duluth

The Red Bulls didn’t play.


Midfielder Kwadwo Poku (@Poku), Silverbacks

In his first action this season, Poku started and played 77 minutes with one shot in his team’s 1-1 draw with New England on Saturday.


Goalkeeper Joe Bendik (@jtbendik), Marietta

Orlando didn’t play.


Defender Warren Creavalle (@Warrenspeak), Acworth

Philadelphia didn’t play.


Defender Chris Klute (@ChrisKlute), Silverbacks

Portland didn’t play.

Forward Jack McInerney (@Jackmcinerney9), Atlanta

Portland didn’t play.


Forward Andy Craven, St. Simons

Seattle didn’t play.

Sporting KC

Goalkeeper Alec Kann (@Akann90), Decatur

KC didn’t play.


Defender Mark Bloom (@Markbloom21), Marietta, Silverbacks

Toronto didn’t play.