Earthquakes season ends at hands of most hated rivals
Brodie Brazil speaks with Alan Gordon following the Quakes' devastating season-ending loss to the L.A. Galaxy.
So many different reasons this was an entirely frustrating loss for the San Jose earthquakes they came into this post season as the number one seed. In the western side of the post season also the fact that they had not lost in eighteen consecutive games. Here -- stadium and ultimately their season ends at the hands of their most hated rivals. So you know they came out very good team they're good team there -- a lot of talent. And now we -- they're capable of this and they had a great afternoon. This team Montreal year has been never say die and you guys had a little bit of that element tonight late in this match but yeah. We did you know we didn't quit you know have been overjoyed yet but. You know that's that's a big it's a big hole of the day dig yourself out of you know gotta get he gets it gets that we have no excuses you know -- good. Greg we have always gotten. I'm happy I'm happy about them. Look back at this season some people say this was the best serve Blake's team ever assembled. I imagine right now that's why you're very proud but also very disappointed how this is and. It's it's a real status that everything you're a great year. That's the playoffs were. You know we'll we'll have to keep these guys together and didn't do it again next year. So San Jose sees it in here in the Western Conference semi finals that's as far as this franchise has gotten since their return to analyze. In 2008. -- they're told me a little bit later that he thinks that the franchises made significant progress just getting to this post season they were magical team all year long they've got -- gained some traction here in the Bay Area they'll hope to build on that. Starting next season.