Mulraney happy with Atlanta move despite lockdown


Even though MLS football has been suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic, Jake Mulraney has revealed that he is enjoying his time with Atlanta United. The 24-year-old made the switch to Atlanta from Hearts back in February. It was expected that he would take a few months to settle into life at a new place, where the style of football is completely different to what he is used to in Scotland. However, immediately upon his arrival, football came to a standstill in the US and in many parts around the world. Even as he prepares to settle into his new home, Mulraney has had to work around a pandemic, lockdown, and several issues.

Mulraney has been able to move in with his partner and young daughter. Even though this provides him with some respite, things have not been ideal. Georgia have brought down a complete lockdown on small gatherings andMulraney has found himself unable to train or talk with his new teammates – even if they are very near him.Mulraney went on to describe Atlanta as a ghost town at the moment. The United States has emerged as the epicentre of the pandemic, which has already claimed more than 100,000 lives. Furthermore, the United States has been hit worst with more than 15,000 deaths already and the likes of Georgia have been criticised for not implementing a lockdown earlier.
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Arsenal have declared interest in Napoli striker, Dries Mertens. A summer approach for the player has been discussed. But they will face a tough competition from Bayern Munich and Chelsea for the player’s signature.

Dries Mertens has been very outstanding for club and country in recent seasons, he has over 100 goals for club and country in the past six seasons.


Thierry Henry is joining MLS football as a coach after playing right after retirement. The former French striker was employed by the franchise, Montreal Impact and this might be his one other chance to set some records straight.

Henry achieved everything a player could possibly ask for. Even if he didn’t have the send forth he’d desire at Arsenal nor winning the ultimate individual prizes like the Ballon D’Or, his iconic powerful strikes will echo through time for generations to come.

Carlos Fit to Play for Barcelona: Jonathan

Jonathan dos Santos plays as a midfielder for MLS LA Galaxy. He said Carlos Vela who is his countryman has a level that is required to play in clubs like Barcelona alongside the star player Lionel Messi. Currently, Carlos plays for Los Angeles FC. He has even described Carlos as one of the greatest players who has a lot of quality and has shown it to every team.

Jonathan is very much confident that players like Carlos will find a place in clubs like Barcelona very easily because of his talent. He said if it ever happens that a great team like Barcelona is interested in taking Vela up, then he will definitely be able to play well as he will be surrounded by some excellent and class players like Messi. Carlos Vela was associated with two goals for Los Angeles FC which helped the team to get a 5-3 win over LA Galaxy where Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Jonathan dos Santos are the key players.
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Ideas MLS should Borrow from NFL

Now Week 2 in the National Football League, or as many of us who follow the other Soccer in the US and Canada might say, 28 week of 2019 Major League Soccer campaign. It becomes a fun time in the year for MLS followers, who are thrilled by the tournament push but to get disturbed that many of friends are panicked by The Shield.

It’s now and again like these that MLS fans will recollect the NFL was additionally once a relative untimely idea in America behind baseball, boxing, horse hustling, and even school football. Also, a significant number of the characteristics that make the NFL among the most promoted games elements on earth could be generally effectively adjusted by MLS.
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