Beckham will have to sack his mate.
The standard is awful btw.
Pedestrian/Friendly type football.
Who would have thought coaching at paid pub level is different from coaching at professional sport
More likely the franchise owners won't accept the concept.Americans seriously don't understand the concept. They would never accept it.
I can’t believe Matuidi went to the MLS, the guy can play proper top level football yet he is in MLS, madness.
I would say guys who put the effort into a podcast are not just the mere average sports fan. The average fan from Kansas, Missouri, Alabama, Minnesota, etc. wouldn’t like it either.More likely the franchise owners won't accept the concept.
One US podcast I listen to (Crime in Sports, usually pretty good) covered a case to do with a footballer in the EPL.
The host who did the research explained relegation and promotion with all the fervour of a newly religious zealot and his co host couldn't believe how wonderful the idea was. These were just two sports fans. They admitted it wouldn't be a goer in the states though because of the franchising system. The owners would never countenance such an extra risk to their investment.
Higuain plays for them as well
Wait till you see what it's like when Chelsea or City come Ibrox in the group stages this yearThat c*nts early goal at Ibrox still haunts me .
Literally stopped the roof coming off Ibrox and the atmosphere blowing Man United off the park, that’s what I’ll always think anyways.
MLS commissioner Don Garber announced on Monday that Miami would become the league’s 24th city, awarding the franchise to a group headed by Beckham, but also including his manager Simon Fuller and businessmen Marcelo Claure, Masayoshi Sun, and Jorge and Jose Mas.I would assume he’s a front for someone or for a group of rich businessman
MLS commissioner Don Garber announced on Monday that Miami would become the league’s 24th city, awarding the franchise to a group headed by Beckham, but also including his manager Simon Fuller and businessmen Marcelo Claure, Masayoshi Sun, and Jorge and Jose Mas.
The two of them were brutal at Valencia and since then we have one half never off the tv telling us where teams/managers/players are going wrong
Gary Neville is a decent pundit when he sticks to what he is there for. Far superior to the scouse gobbing twat. However like all football pundits Neville sometimes flatters to deceive. His brother is just an arse.Just like his brother they talk a good game. It’s easy to know it all when sitting on the sidelines and by the way Gary should leave his political comments in his head that’s not what he is overpaid for ! Some footballers get too big for their boots.