Timmy Chandler’s Weekend Dime

(Thanks for the note on this in the comment’s section)

Just a peek at Timothy Chandler’s assist on the weekend for Nurnberg as they dropped Kaiserslautern and remained 6th in the table.

We need a TSG nickname for Chandler.

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19 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by kaya on 2011/04/17 at 9:57 PM

    Didn’t someone already deem him Timmy “fivehead” Chandler?
    I like how after he makes the cross, he also “does” the header for the goal… like he’s playing a video game.

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  2. Posted by Soccernst on 2011/04/17 at 10:46 PM

    What happened to the defender there? Chandler gets a step on him and he just wilts. Would love to see more context. Keiserslautern coach doesnt look pleased with the defensive effort on either end of that play.

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  3. Posted by Tyler on 2011/04/18 at 4:46 AM

    Timoteo, TimTiminy (TimTimTeree, obs from Fiddler on the Roof: germans in america?), Light Whitening, I’ve got more cheesiness where that came from!

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  4. Posted by Steve Trittschuh on 2011/04/18 at 6:17 AM

    Screech.

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  5. Posted by Ufficio on 2011/04/18 at 7:02 AM

    Frankenstein’s monster.

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  6. Posted by Jake C on 2011/04/18 at 7:04 AM

    The name should have something to do with Frankenstein.

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  7. More of the same from Chandler… speed down the flanks followed by an accurate cross. Is it time to get legitimately excited about him?

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  8. Posted by dude on 2011/04/18 at 8:36 AM

    Frankenspeed?

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  9. Posted by Byrdman on 2011/04/18 at 8:48 AM

    Anybody know where I can see the video, they pulled it already??

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  10. Posted by dth on 2011/04/18 at 9:00 AM

    I hear the Germans call him “Rocket Man.” No confirmation that Elton John preferred “Tiny Dancer.”

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  11. Posted by Soccernst on 2011/04/18 at 9:58 AM

    Definitely looking forward to “thank you for choosing USA fiveheaded frankenfreak” in all TSG articles.

    “Serviceman” might be a bit more appreciative of his skills and background.

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  12. Posted by obxfly on 2011/04/18 at 11:20 AM

    How about Timenstein? It has a nice German ring to it with an offhanded reference to his prominent forehead.

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  13. Posted by Paula on 2011/04/18 at 5:26 PM

    Did Tim Ream just steadfastly refuse to be called “Timmy” when he got called up?

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