“Maybe we have to think about how we can partner with U.S. teams from the MLS, to support them and show them how business is run in Germany and at Bayern.” This was the statement released by Bayern Munich’s chairman Karl-HerinzRummenigge as he talked about partnering with a MLS club.
Bayern Munich is looking around to extend their presence around the world and around different leagues. It seems like the MLS is where the German outfit are setting their sights now, at least according to their chairman who revealed details concerning the current internationalization strategy of the club.
New York City is one of the locations where Bayern Munich has already opened their office and they have played various friendly matches in United States, it’s clear that the German outfit are working to have a vicinity with other nations.
Manchester City is doing a similar thing as they have partnered with a MLS club but the head chiefs of Bayern Munich want to have a different mechanic as they are interested in exchanging business and football knowledge that can also lead to them having transactions between players and coaches in the future. Continue reading “Bayern Munich is thinking about partnering with a MLS club”
Boniek Garcia says manipulating the ball is one of the things which have been insisted on by new manager Barrett and because of that, in the recent games, the team’s game plan has been to keep the ball in control and the game plan has paid off.
As per Garcia, last manager in charge didn’t focus on ball manipulation too much and though by saying it, he doesn’t mean to compare him with present manager, anyone can realize that Houston’s play has been tighter than before
Garcia is starting to have his fair share of minutes too now. He, in fact, already has more minutes given to him by Barrett in about a month than he had got in the whole of the first four months in the season.
However, the position is different now. He has been a man for the right flank for years, but, Barrett has put him on opposite flank and there’s not been a single sign of the 31-year old not taking a liking to that position as he’s set up a couple from there already.
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Major League Soccer outfit Philadelphia Union are set to return to winning ways as they play Chicago Fire on Wednesday.
The two teams are in the opposite ends of the Eastern Conference standings currently with Union having their club-record eight-game undefeated streak put to an end last weekend in a 3-2 loss at New York City FC. They game, which is set for the evening at Talen Energy Stadium, will be one both teams will want to prove a point since Fire had their MLS-record away winless run extended to 31 games end when they lost on Saturday Evening to Colorado Rapids.
Both teams would be squaring up for the second time this season, after Fire won the first when they met in April at Toyota Park. Kennedy Igboananike provided the only goal that separated the sides, with Union reduced to ten men from as early as the 47th minute when midfielder Warren Creavalle was shown a red card for a tackle from behind on Fire midfielder Razvan Cocis. Fire have not lost to Union over seven consecutive meetings in MLS. The seven meetings have ended in three wins and four draws since the last Philadelphia victory in may 2013. They have even won the last two encounters at Toyota Park.
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RadamelFalcao’s loan deal with Chelsea is reaching it’s ending point and the Colombian striker continues to struggle trying to get consistent playing time with the Premier League club and it seems like his future in England is at risk.
Taking into consideration the fact that Falcao has dropped down in the pecking order of Chelsea, the future of the Colombian attacker in Stamford Bridge is being linked with a move to the MLS as there are American based clubs that are interested in signing the 30 year old forward.
The loan deal with RadamelFalcao and Chelsea expires at the end of the season. When this time arrives, the Colombian attacker is expected to return to Monaco. Falcao’s contract with Monaco lasts until 2018 but there is a possibility that he could be transferred to another club during the summer transfer window.
The 30 year old attacker has stated himself that he is open to the possibility of joining a team in the MLS. Continue reading “Will RadamelFalcao make a move to the MLS?”
After three consecutive victories at the start of the campaign, Sporting Kansas City suffered their first defeat of the season during the weekend against Real Salt Lake. The team is hoping to move to the top of the table if results went on their way.
Fortunately, FC Dallas were unable to take three points from their match and Sporting trail the western conference leaders by just one point after the weekend’s results. Peter Vermes was surprised to see his team fail to open the scoring despite dominating from start to finish. The team had a whopping nine shots on target but they had to wait until the injury time to open the scoring.
Even then, they did require a penalty from Feilhaber to provide a goal that was just a consolation. Glad had given the away team an early lead within the half an hour mark. Mulholland’s goal just 11 minutes before the end of normal time provided to be decisive. Sporting’s heads seemed to drop just as the goal went in. Vermes sarcastically praised the opposition for breaking up the home team’s play. He then criticised referee Ted Unkel for not being aware of the away team’s time wasting and breaking up tactics. Continue reading “Sporting Kansas City suffered First Defeat”