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KASEY KELLER, goalkeeper
(On the game) “We score goals and we are fine. When we don’t, people beat us. It’s frustrating. You figure, three points is three points. You get three at home, you get a couple draws. It’s just disappointing. We thought we had changed it already but our energy in the first 20 minutes was a bit more selective. We got to get more pressure on them. We all learn from experiences. It’s a long trip. It’s hot, humid, we are on a very slow pitch and we just couldn’t figure it out. We have got five more games left in this competition and there’s nothing to fear playing these teams. We can line up with these teams quite comfortably.”
(On the penalty) “The ball came over the top and it took a bad bounce. I didn’t expect it to bounce that way. I called for Tyrone [Marshall] to head it to me but it didn’t get there. I don’t know how it was a penalty. I haven’t seen the tape but it didn’t look like a penalty to me. It looked like two guys swing and kick each others’ legs and next thing you know the ball is in my hands and he signaling a foul. I don’t know what he saw. It may have been good play by the striker but I don’t know. That was frustrating. … But we had multiple chances at the end of the game to get something out of this. Once again, usually you would put in nine of 10 of them but it was just one of those days when it just wasn’t going to happen. And that was probably the most frustrating. We know we were better and we should have done better.”
ROGER LEVESQUE, midfielder
(On his goal) “[Fredy] Montero came down the right side and got the ball across. Blaise [Nkufo] dropped the ball off … and I was able to get the ball into the back post.”