German legend Bastian Schweinsteiger has revealed the culture differences between playing in England and USA.
Speaking to German magazine TZ the World Cup winner talked about his career and revealed that Bayern Munich and Manchester United were the only clubs he wanted to play for in Europe. Continue reading “GERMAN STAR SPEAKS ABOUT MLS”
Seattle was slightly on the back-foot ahead of the game because they had locked horns with LA only a few days back and had got absolutely hammered by four goals to one. But they seemed to be pumped up to avenge that as they took the pitch on Sunday and dramatically managed to get a lead in the very first minute of the game, leaving LA shell shocked.
However that happiness turned into anguish pretty soon as not only the visitors managed to level the proceedings just a couple of minutes later, Seattle thereafter went one man short too as Cristian Roldan received marching orders from the referee for a foul.
Continue reading “Seattle Sounders’ recent match against Los Angeles was a test of resilience for them and they came out with absolute flying colors.”
Borussia Dortmund chief Hans-Joachim Watzke has indicated that the club have no plans of parting ways with Jadon Sancho during the summer transfer window. The German side are set to lose the services of Christian Pulisic when the season concludes, and this has encouraged the need to keep hold of Sancho, who has been one of their standout performers this season.
In an interview with Bild, Watzke revealed that Sancho won’t follow Pulisic through the exit door during the summer with the club determined to keep him for at least one more season, he said: “I’m far from putting a price tag on Jadon. His transfer would be difficult even for the biggest clubs in the world at the moment. Jadon will play for Borussia Dortmund next season.”
Continue reading “Borussia Dortmund make transfer decision on Jadon Sancho after Pulisic sale”
Seattle Sounders goalkeeper Stefan Frei claims that it was a delight to see the team scoring goals for fun at the start of the 2019 MLS campaign. The Western Conference outfit have a reputation for being defensively strong, but they have now been able to get three or more goals in two out of the three MLS matches so far this season. It is remarkable that Seattle Sounders required a whopping 13 games last season just to reach 10 goals in the 2018 campaign but they have achieved this feat in just three matches so far this season. Crucially, there have been goals from five different players and there have also been players who have scored multiple goals already.
The 4-2 victory over Chicago Fire has helped Seattle Sounders register three wins on the bounce.Frei used to be a lot more busier in the previous campaigns, but he is now witnessing a change in Seattle Sounders’ mentality. There was a lot of attractiveness in the game play from Seattle Sounders and the decision from the manager to go with a different tactic right from pre-season is starting to pay rewards. Nicolas Lodeiro was largely carrying Seattle Sounders on his own during the 2016 MLS Cup, but Brian Schmetzer seems to have realised the importance of having several players capable of finding the goal.
Continue reading “Stefan Frei Delighted with Seattle Sounders’ Offensive Play”
Portland Timbers defender, Jorge Moreira stepped on the field for the first time ina Timbers uniform last week, coming on as a second half sub during their preseason match against Phoenix Rising. However, Moreira doesn’t plan to be on the bench at the start of matches.
The Paraguayan right back is acclimatising to his new team, after joining the Timbers just over a week ago, but Moreira intention is owning the starting right back spot this season.
Continue reading “TIMBERS NEW SIGNING PROMISES TO HIJACK STARTING BERTH”
Seattle Sounders boss Brian Schmetzer came back to training for a short session before jetting off. The manager has been active behind the scenes in order to strengthen Seattle Sounders ahead of the new 2019 MLS campaign. Seattle have been able to send Waylon Francis back to Columbus Crew in a manner that is expected to benefit all parties. Seattle already have a lot of strength in the left back positions and Waylon Francis has not been getting regular gametime at the club.
Schmetzer claims that the presence of Nouhou and Brad Smith makes Seattle Sounders extremely strong in this position and that they wanted to recoup some of their investment by letting Francis leave the club. Continue reading “Seattle Sounders Witness the Exit of Waylon Francis”