It is reported that MLS team Seattle Sounders is interested in signing Croatian winger Ante Erceg for a reported fee of $7.1 million. Erceg currently plays for Croatian top side Hajduk Split as a winger and has been one of the best scorers and creative player in the Croatian league last season.
Ante Erceg who is currently aged 28 years old has spent most of his career in Croatia except a six-month spell where he played in Turkey.
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LA Galaxy manager Sigi Schmid claims that the players need to rise up and show plenty of leadership skills in order to recover from the mammoth poor form that has engulfed the club over the last few months.
Curt Onalfo was the manager of the club when the new campaign began, but he was recently sacked after a string of poor results. Former Seattle Sounders manager Sigi Schmid was brought to the club as a replacement, but his arrival has not been met with a substantial rise in the results. The team recently fell to a third consecutive defeat in the match against Columbus Crew.
Former Chelsea defender Ashley Cole was sent off in controversial circumstances. Even video referee could not save Cole from playing on. This decision had a massive impact on the game. LA Galaxy in Europe suffering a heavy defeat against Columbus Crew, and it means that LA Galaxy have been unable to win any match in the last nine. Galaxy last won a league match back in May. Continue reading Sigi Schmid Wants Leaders to Help LA Galaxy Recover
LA Galaxy head coach SigiSchmid has stated that he is disappointed with the defeat of his team against Portland Timbers and he feels that the team could have down better.
He congratulated Portland Timbers for having been the best team on the day, and he feels that his players did not give their best on the pitch. He said that their opponent was the better team as from the kick-off and that they struggled to gain control of the game.
However, SigiSchmid believes that LA Galaxy had chances in the first half and unfortunately they did not take it. He said that despite the fact that Portland Timbers were the better side, the complexion of the game could have changed if they scored the goal first.
Unfortunately for him, his players did not manage to score a goal that would have allowed them to gain control of the game. Continue reading Schmid on LA Galaxy defeat
Chicago Fire have extended their unbeaten run in the MLS to seven matches.
They defeated Atlanta United 2-0 courtesy of goals from Luis Solignac and NemanjaMikolic. The victory means the gap at the top of Eastern Conference has reduced to just a point.
In other games, Montreal Impact ended the winning run of Sporting Kansas City at home when MatteoMancosuscored a late effort to cancel GersoFernandes 24th minute goal. The 1-1 draw dents the impressive run of Sporting who had won their last six games at home. Chris Duvall was sent off in that encounter.
FC Dallas crashed 2-0 in the hands of Portland Timbers. FanendoAdi netted twice as Timbers sealed victory.
In the second division, Premier League legend Didier Drogba scored a goal on his debut at Phoenix Rising FC. The former Chelsea striker also had an assist with over 7,000 fans watching. Phoenix defeated their opponents Vancouver Whitecaps reserve 2-1. Continue reading CHICAGO FIRE EXTEND UNBEATEN RUN
The former Manchester United manager Sir. Alex Ferguson believes that the MLS has significantly been improving in many aspects and that it deserves to get recognized for everything that has occurred in recent times.
It’s been over 3 years since Sir. Alex Ferguson opted to take a step back from the world of football as a manager as he retired but he still remains up to date with everything that is going on in the sport and something that has been in the radar of the Scottish-man is the American League, the MLS.
Sir. Alex Ferguson admitted that he has been watching the matches and everything that has been going on surrounding the MLS and the former tactician voiced his thoughts concerning a few of the changes that have been happening as he said: “I’ve been watching very carefully over the last few years. They’ve had some major changes. One, they’ve started some academy systems and that’s very, very important. I think that what they probably need is more professional coaches. I think that’s something for the future.”
One of the things that according to Sir. Alex Ferguson can become a huge problem for the progression and the supporters of the MLS is the colossal size of the United States which forces fans of different clubs on having to travel for a long distance in order to watch matches. Continue reading Sir. Alex Ferguson praised the progression of the MLS