Discussion in 'General Football & Other Sport' started by Fitz, Jan 3, 2012.
No this was the low point...
No, no...losing to non-league Carolina Rail Hawks was the low point.
A glimmer of hope...a vision of the future?
By late June, The G's are in championship winning form... Just like that...
Kaka to Galaxy firming up...
I love Kaka, and for that reason alone, I'd love to see him out here playing in MLS. Just not for LA.
It could easily end up with him in NY.
And don't worry about LA's dynasty... This team will return only about 2/3rds of the core that won 2 MLS Cups in a row. I strongly doubt the Galaxy get back to the form that let them do that next year. Even with Kaka or whomever.
It should take at least a year to gel again.
I'd just hate for another star of world football to suffer the same lack of appreciation that Sir David Beckham was forced to endure from his own fans.
I hope you are being sarcastic...
Kaka.. We have Jeff Parke!
Nice pick up...I saw Michael Parkhurst was in the Nordsjaelland lineup that allowed Chelsea to score 6 the other night. I only bring that up since they both have 'Park' in their name. That said, I hope Park Ji-Sung plays a year or two for MLS, too.
We MLS fans know there is virtually zero news coverage of our league in the US.
Backstage: Galaxy is a pretty interesting look behind the scenes at LA's playoff cup run this year.
Here is a link about it. I am not a neutral on the team, but I imagine any fan of MLS would find it interestin, given the overall lack of coverage.
Time Warner Cable has bought the rights to televise all Lakers and Galaxy games in LA on their own TV channel. This show is one of the mo interesting results of that business decision.
Rafa Marquez is finally out at RBNY. I hate him with a passion.
Here is a link to the other biggest flops in league history:
Manchester City FC looking to buy into MLS. I think an MLS team would actually fit in well with the Pozzo philosophy of talent growth, development and showcasing.
Galaxy look to be making a swap this year, Beckham is out and Lampard is in.
Does Lampard help on the field or is he just another old slow European come to take American jobs?
Closing up shop for the 2012 season.
See you in the 2013 thread!