Seattle - Seattle Sounders goalkeeper Troy Perkins Cristian
Roldan has acknowledged that they are struggling in the MLS as a result of the
unavailability of striker Obafemi Martins and Clint Dempsey.
Without the former Nigeria international in the line-up,
Sounders have managed a paltry 2 goals in 5 games, and have garnered 3 points
out of a possible 15.
Also read: Obafemi's absence, Sounders lose heavily in MLS
''When you're missing guys and you’re winning, you don't
think about it,'' Perkins told reporters after Sunday morning's 1 - 0 loss to
''Certainly, now we’re thinking about that.
''But you know what? They’re not going to come anytime soon.
We've got to turn around now and figure out a way to win.''
Martins could resume light training this week after spending
more than three weeks on the side-lines due to a groin complaint.
The 30 year old has found the back of the net seven times in
the MLS this term.
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