Great great week of MLS action with a stunning San Jose come from behind playing with only 10 men victory against LA. Time to vote for your favorite goal of the week..... The nominees are..... [video=youtube;KZl8szyh7Lw]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KZl8szyh7Lw&feature=share&list=UUSZbXT5TLL W_i-5W8FZpFsg[/video] Bonus Ben Olsen DC United Coach blows up at Refrees in post game press conference: "It's a joke. We get the same clown show every weekend," Olsen fumed, his voice rarely dipping below a shout. "They all even out, they all even out...bullshit. They don't even out. Not this year they haven't." "They're easy calls. I'm not asking him to be a super referee. I'm not," Olsen said. "I'm asking him to make the right call. If Bill Hamid touches the ball, and his follow-through tends to trip the guy, it's not a PK. If the ball hits a guy's hand in the box right in front of the referee, it's a PK." "Nobody wants to hear the coach in last place complain about the referees," Olsen said. "Nobody wants to hear that but I got a group of men in there that fought their tails off today and they're gutted. "I asked them to give me everything this week. I pushed guys to the limit with three games and an [U.S.] Open Cup [match] and they gave it to me today," Olsen continued. "They gave me everything they had. And the joker in the middle did not do a good job. He failed those guys. He failed the guys in the locker room." In addition to a fine, Olsen will also eventually have to face the consequences of United's season, should the team not launch an epic turnaround, a fact the 36-year-old is well aware of. "They don't have to explain," Olsen said of the referees. "I do. To my owners. Why I lost another game."