This week’s Sport Bible feature is a look at which sports teams have been through the toughest season of their lifetimes.
This week, we look at the Montreal Impact.
This week, our team of experts takes a look back at the MLS regular season and breaks down how their season went.
This is a week of surprises.
In this week’s edition of the Sports Bible, we examine the 2016 MLS season with a look into the impact that the departure of former head coach Mauro Biello had on the team.
If you want to find out how many points the Impact finished with, check out this handy stat.
While the Impact’s season ended on a low note, this was not the end of the road for the club.
The Impact are now just one point off of a playoff spot and a spot in the MLS Cup Playoffs.
The Impact finished the season tied for first place in the Eastern Conference with three games remaining.
The team’s season was also impacted by the departure, as Montreal had a bye week before the end and played a game at home to get some extra rest.
With that being said, the Impact will be looking to move on from the 2017 season as well.
For the 2017 MLS season, the Montreal club is looking to build on a strong start to the season, but also take steps forward.
Last season, Montreal finished third in the league in goals scored, second in goals allowed, and second in points scored.
The Montreal Impact also finished the regular season third in league goals allowed and fifth in goals against.
It was a tough year for the Impact in terms of the roster, but the club has proven that it is not a rebuild.
As we look ahead to the 2017 regular season, it will be interesting to see what the Impact can do with the remaining roster pieces they have.
I think the biggest question mark for the team heading into the season is who is going to start in goal for the upcoming season.
Currently, the only name that has come up in conversation for the position is Mauro.
However, the club did add an extra goalkeeper in the offseason and with that, Mauro has now started two matches this season.
With the addition of a backup goalkeeper, the team is set to add another option for the starting goalkeeper position in the coming weeks.
After Mauro, the first player to step up for the Montreal team in 2017 was Mauro Quaranta.
He made his debut on Saturday night against the Vancouver Whitecaps.
Mauro Quarenta was the Impact first starting goalkeeper for the 2017 campaign.
Quaranta was a player that was always in the running for the backup keeper role and was always considered one of the best backups in the world.
When it comes to the backup goalkeeper position, Mauros position has been an area of concern for many.
His struggles this season has caused some to question whether or not he is ready to be the next option in goal.
Since Mauro retired in January, Mauroy has struggled with injuries and his lack of consistency.
But, the fact remains that Mauro’s time with the Impact has been a positive for the organization.
Despite this, Maurogate still has plenty of time to prove himself.
What is your prediction for the future of the Montreal organization going into the 2017 Major League Soccer season?