Zlatan Ibrahimovic Signs For LA Galaxy

Former Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has signed for LA Galaxy. He said that he is excited to join a team such as LA Galaxy and that he is ready to do his best to help the team win trophies. The former Swedish international said that MLS football has evolved a lot and that it is now attractive for professional to come and play there.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic said that he feels that playing for LA Galaxy is the right thing for him to do at this stage of his career and that he feels that he can bring something to the team. He said that he feels better after his injury and that he is sure that he can help the team win trophies. Continue reading Zlatan Ibrahimovic Signs For LA Galaxy

Anthony Hudson Ruled out Sunderland Move

Colorado Rapids manager Anthony Hudson has categorically denied rumours that he is about to join English outfit Sunderland as the new manager. The Black Cats are without a manager after deciding to part company with Chris Coleman at the end of the disappointing 2017-18 campaign. After having been in the Premier league only a couple of years ago, Sunderland now find themselves in League One after back-to-back relegations.

After spending time with the likes of New Zealand, Hudson has been able to settle himself into the job at Colorado Rapids. Continue reading Anthony Hudson Ruled out Sunderland Move

BECKHAM MLS SOCCER TEAM NEARS REALITY

David Beckham ownership group are set to add three more partners after the Major League Soccer approved. The league revealed that it has approved the new names: Jorge Mas, Jose Mas and Masayoshi Son.

The Mas brothers are the leaders of MasTec telecommunications while Son is the Founder and Chief Executive SoftBank. Beckham has a diversified and competent ownership team that also includes the founder of Brightstar and the chief executive of Sprint Marcelo Claure. Entertainment entrepreneur Simon Fuller is also part of the group that is set to complete the ownership of a stadium site.
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MARTINEZ LEADS ATLANTA TO RECORD-EQUALING WIN

Expansion club Atlanta United claimed the equal biggest win in MLS history, Josef Martinez leading them to a 7-0 victory over the New England Revolution.


Martinez helped United equal an MLS record in a 7-0 thrashing of New England Revolution, while the Vancouver Whitecaps moved top.

Martinez scored a hat trick at Mercedes-Benz Stadium as Atlanta equaled the largest margin of victory in MLS history.

It took just 73 seconds for Martinez to open the scoring, the Venezuela international finishing powerfully from an angle.

New England was reduced to 10 men in the 16th minute as midfielder Xavier Kouassi was shown a straight red card.

The Revs’ outing would get much worse, Martinez scoring two penalties – both times after handballs – and Antonio Delamea Mlinar seeing red for giving away the second spot kick.

It was 4-0 before halftime as Anton Walkes struck, and Atlanta would net three more in the final 20 minutes.

Kevin Kratz struck with a brilliant 25-yard free-kick, Yamil Asad also scored from outside the area and Hector Villalba sealed the big win. Continue reading MARTINEZ LEADS ATLANTA TO RECORD-EQUALING WIN

Brian Schmetzer wants more protection

Seattle Sounders coach Brian Schmetzer wants the referee to protect his players more on the pitch.


He said that opponents are targeting their offensive players and are not afraid to make fouls in order to slow them down.

The head coach said that he is appealing to the league to provide more protection for their players, but at the moment he does not see anything concrete.

Brian Schmetzer said that the targeting of his players started in the game against Colorado Rapids and their opponents made 18 fouls on that day. He said despite the fact that the referee gave them five yellow cards this did not prevent their opponents from hindering their game.

The Seattle Sounders coach said that it is difficult for his offensive players to perform in this condition and this is affecting their results. Continue reading Brian Schmetzer wants more protection