Real Salt Lake has been in this position in recent months, coming off an impressive result at home with all the momentum desired to continue to build off a home win and translate that on the road. But RSL has followed up some solid wins at Rio Tinto Stadium with some absolute doozies on the road lately. Which circles back to Petke not quite being sold on a potential turning point of the year following RSL's 1-0 win over Minnesota United last weekend.
Sandy • Mike Petke put it on a tee for Yura Movsisyan. The relationship between coach and highly paid goal scorer was put to another test Saturday evening when Movsisyan came off the bench — a spot he's made clear he's not too keen on being on game days — and scored the game-winning goal against Minnesota United. Afterward, Petke joked Movsisyan could use that moment as a chance to storm into his office and tell him off.
Three months into his tenure as Real Salt Lake's head coach, the unguarded, outspoken Petke now has what most coaches deal with on a weekly basis: A near-full roster that not only breeds competition and weeds out who won't be on a game-day roster but provides game-changing alternatives every weekend. RSL's 1-0 win over Minnesota United on Saturday night at Rio Tinto Stadium showed what a difference that could mean going forward.
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