What am I talking about? What I am talking about is something like what the Burn did in 2003 when they, in the midst of one of the worst seasons in the history of Major League Soccer, panicked…
But then I got my wits about me. I don’t get paid by Major League Soccer. I haven’t set up a semi-permanent residence in Ft. Lauderdale.
On August 1, a press release emanated from Major League Soccer, announcing that New England Revolution Head Coach, Sporting Director, and Official Smartest Guy in the Room Bruce Arena had been placed on administrative leave for “inappropriate and insensitive remarks” and that the matter was under investigation.
People can care about whatever they want to care about, and I’m not here to tell you that you shouldn’t. But at some point, that goes both ways. We don’t care about Copa Tejas, Austin, and you can’t make us.
I’ll be honest with y’all: I thought that Leagues Cup was a big pile of bullshit when it was announced, all the way until it actually started.
Say, wasn’t SKC in this slot last week? Yes, they were. If they keep this up, they might get named an honorary Little Brother.
Let’s call this the RC Cola of California rivalries. The other two California rivalries, El Tráfico and the Cali Clasico, are the name brand rivalries. They’re Coke and Pepsi, baby.
Of course, the responses from some of the dumber corners of the Internet were predictable. “MLS is holding its players back,” etc.
I’m featuring this game in this slot for one reason and one reason only: I had no idea a few months back that featuring this game in this slot in the middle of the season was going to be an option
The Luchi Gonzalez “2021 wasn’t really my fault” tour keeps chugging along in San Jose.