With the huge pay he receives at Manchester United, Wayne Rooney would have to consider a pay cut or exit the team.
Instead of the Far East where the star can get decent wages, there is also the Major League Soccer (MLS) who are always open to the best legs in the game.
Spending three to four years there could be a different experience for the player as his career winds down. The main issue is that Rooney wants to play in the World Cup next year. As his redundancy continues at Old Trafford, he would get no chance and Gareth Southgate has warned against a move to America.
Many feel it is a wrong career move to go to America now but the player is 31 years old and reluctant to join another Premier League side where he would receive small money and no guarantee of regular shirt. The best chance he could get is for Ronald Koeman to sanction a deal for his return and his wages not lower than £150,000 per week. Aside this MLS football is likely his best shot. Continue reading SHOULD ROONEY CONSIDER MLS FOOTBALL?
The MLS side Philadelphia Union has recently been struggling to collect points as their latest results have seen the team of Jim Curtin losing against: Chicago Fire, Montreal Impact, Portland Timbers and New York Red Bulls.
They were not able to win a single match in September and now are at risk of not snatching a playoff contention spot.
The last 2 upcoming league matches of Philadelphia Union sees them facing off with Orlando SC and New York Red Bulls on October 16 and 23 respectively. In these approaching games, the team of Jim Curtin has to secure points in order to have any realistic chance of getting a playoff position, which is one of the initial objectives of the club at the start of the season.
Jay Sugarman is the chief executive officer of Philadelphia Union and he has voiced his sense of urgency that has recently been brought up after having lost so many matches in a successive manner.
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Among the different news that has come about for MLS football, it is said that MLS would be looking to host the IFAB workshop that would be held for VAR experimentation.
This is pertaining to video assistant referees who are being considered for football and experiments are on the way. We are all used to seeing referees in action on the fields, but soon there would be virtually referees as well. The second workshop on these experiments is being started in New Jersey and is being hosted by Major League Soccer or MLS.
The workshop first kicked off in the Netherlands in the month of May. Those who are competition organizers and are interested in the potential that this technology brings forth are looking to know further and what the trial period would involve. Those who are taking part in the trials of two years, which will be overseen by IFAB, are meeting again in the second workshop which will span three days. There would be representatives from 20 leagues or more as well as associations for the game across the globe including representation coming in from Australia. MLS is part of the group of six countries who have confirmed that they will participate in the trials and others are joining up as well to understand the protocols that are involved and what would be the practical implications of the same.
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Orlando City head coach Adrian Heath claimed that the return of Kaka has boosted the team immensely.
He was pleased to see his team ran out 4-1 winners over Portland Timbers. Health felt that this victory was completely deserving of the team’s performance. The former Real Madrid and AC Milan superstar scored upon his return. He had missed the first couple of matches of the MLS campaign due to an injury. Even then, Orlando will be delighted with the start that they have made for the 2016 season. This victory sees them top the table after four matches. They already have a two-point advantage over New England Revolution.
The one issue for Orlando will be conceding the late consolation goal for Portland Timbers. The team would have been happy with a clean sheet. This was the second consecutive win for Orlando after they started the campaign with two draws. Hines opened the scoring after just 13 minutes while Brek Shea came up with a rare league goal in the 32nd minute. This was his first goal since 2012 and it provided the platform for a comfortable victory. The head coach was especially happy with the way the team combined with each other in the final third of the pitch. Continue reading Adrian Heath claimed that the return of Kaka has boosted Team