The MLS cannot have a relegation/promotion system. Not yet, anyway. The league needs to guarantee a profit to investors, and a relegation system would scare them away.
Month: July 2016
Off the Pitch: A victory for sports as Schweinsteiger marries Ana Ivanovic #BASTIANA
After slumbering through the game against France, and the latter crashing out of the Wimbledon’s even more disastrously, it seems Schweinsteiger and Ana Ivanovic have finally been victors at something: their relationship together.
In the end, Portugal was the team who won it all. Pundits went mad, neutrals went mad, but they won’t care. They will party deep into the night.
France will henceforth have a brand new superhero to tell their kids about. His name is “GriezMAN”.
If France is so good, why is Ligue 1 so bad? The weird world of French football
Why is the French national team so talented when Ligue 1 is so horrendous? If France win the Euros, there may emerge a new recipe for success on the International level.
Germany will be hoping that they are the ones to advance to the Final to be played on July 10, but it won’t be easy, as the hosts France are in their way.
Portugal 2-0 Wales: Ronaldo wins superiority battle against fellow galactico
Ronaldo’s Portugal triumphed over his club teammate Bale’s country Wales in a game that was decided via two goals inspired by the Portuguese no. 7.
Spurs are hot on the trail of Inter’s Mauro Icardi, but they will find an agreement on the transfer fee pretty hard to reach, considering the Argentine has averaged a goal in every two games at the club.
While we’ve been enjoying the intense, slick, and sometimes agonizing (looking at you, Portugal) football, UEFA has altered a rule–or two.
The Italian Serie A has rotted away to become the most obliterate of the major leagues in Europe. Here’s how they can become the cherry atop the cake.