CHESTER, PA - APRIL 28: Raymon Gaddis #28 of the Philadelphia Union attempts to get the ball past a slide tackle by Khari Stephenson #7 of the San Jose Earthquakes during the second half in a Major League Soccer game on April 28, 2012 at PPL Park in Chester, Pennsylvania. San Jose defeated the Union 2-1. (Photo by Rich Schultz/Getty Images)
"I think Ray does a great job, but he's still a kid and he's still got a lot of inexperience and he shows flashes of being a brilliant player, but he needs more games," Danny Califf said. "When we lose Sheanon on the right and an attacking guy on the left, it hamstrings us when we're trying to play out of the back."
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"He’s just a beast in the air," said Union assistant John Hackworth, who filled in for Nowak. "He’s got great height, his timing is good, and these are balls he sees every day in training and unfortunately we were on the end of two of them tonight."
"We have to shoot. If you don't shoot, you don't score. Today, I was like - especially in the second half - "You know what, we're not getting a lot of shots on goal today. We've got to test the goalkeeper." And I just let it ride."