Sounders must improve

Seattle Sounders head coach Brian Schmetzer wants to see some improvement from his team. He was speaking after the game against Real Salt Lake which Sounders lost 1-0 despite playing at home. He said that he was not satisfied with what he has seen and that he wants to see his players doing more on the pitch.

Goalkeeper Stefan Frei echoed the same and said that the team is currently underperforming. He said that they are creating very little up front and that it is important that the team improve their collective play.

Frei said that it is important that as a team they do not lose confidence. He said that all the players should get down to the training ground and make sure they discuss what went wrong during the match. He said that there were also some positive during the match and that it is important that we highlight those as well.

Brian Schmetzer said that there was no lack of determination in the match against Real Salt Lake and that the players should be proud of that. He said that they will be working hard during the training sessions to make sure that they correct some mistakes that have been recurrent during recent times.

He said that the players should be ready for the training sessions and that they should prepare themselves physically as well as mentally.

He believes that the players know what is expected of them and that they are ready to give their best on the pitch. He said that the players have been really responsive during the last couple of weeks and this can be seen in the way that they have been performing recently.

He said that you cannot let the result of one game make you lose confidence. Brian Schmetzer said that it is important that the players keep going as a team.