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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The Power Rankings of MLS for April 9

The MLS power ranking for the month of April has been released and here are the teams that are on the list.

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Los Angeles Football Club last time it was on number 3. The team showed amazing strength. It was a wonderful team last year, and this year too. There was something to be figured out in the team, but now with the ranking, it does seem so.  Seattle Sounders this was at number 2 position last time. The team kept on getting the outcomes, but not opposite to top half teams. So, it is on the number two position again.
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New York Red Bulls strengthened Defence

New York Red Bulls have significantly strengthened their defence by signing Kemar Lawrence from the Jamaican club Harbour View FC. The 22-year-old Jamaican international has been with New York Red Bulls on a trial basis for the last few weeks.

He appears to have impressed the management in the pre-season. The club’s sporting director, Ali Curtis, says that the addition of Lawrence is a huge boost to the team since the player brings in a lot of talent at an attractive age. Lawrence has been withHarbour View since 2011 and he made 50 appearances for the club last season.

His talent helped the club win the National Premier league back in 2013. The brimming talent allowed him to make his national debut at the age of 20. He has since featured in 13 appearances for the Jamaican national team. Roy Miller is the regular starter for New York Red Bulls in the left back position. Lawrence is not expected to jump straight into the team as a first-team regular. Instead, manager Jesse Marsch is expected to slowly introduce him into the team. New York Red Bulls could only manage a 1-1 draw with Sporting Kansas City in their first league match of the season. Continue reading “New York Red Bulls strengthened Defence”

Landon Donovan spend more than Decade for MLS

Landon Donovan spent over 12 seasons performing in the MLS and his impact in the team was hard to deny as the American attacker managed to score 144 goals and create 136 assists. He also went on earning 6 MLS Cups along the way during his time as a player of the American League.

Even though he retired a few weeks ago, his name will be remembered for the years to come by many fans and players in MLS as the player is regarded to be the greatest one to ever come out of United States.

His name is going to stick for eternity now that it has been revealed that the Most Valuable Player award for the MLS is going to be switched to his name. It will be something like the Puskas Award which is given to the player who manages to score the most beautiful or impressive goal of the entire year but the name is in honor to FerencPuskas who used to play for Real Madrid. Continue reading “Landon Donovan spend more than Decade for MLS”