LA Galaxy campeón de la MLS

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Considéré par ses détracteurs comme la marionnette de Lionel Messi à Barcelone, puis avec la sélection argentine. Gerardo &quot;<i>Tata</i>&quot; Martino est, enfin, marionnettiste en chef à Atlanta en MLS, où chaque match est un spectacle, et où la ville s&#39;éprend du <i>beautiful game</i>.De l&#39;Estadio Marcelo Bielsa à Rosario, en Argentine, au Mercedes-Benz Stadium d&#39;Atlanta, aux USA, il n&#39;y a qu&#39;un pas. 7830 kilomètres balayés en ...
Atlanta, c'est l'Argentine
Considéré par ses détracteurs comme la marionnette de Lionel Messi à Barcelone, puis avec la sélection argentine. Gerardo "Tata" Martino est, enfin, marionnettiste en chef à Atlanta en MLS, où chaque match est un spectacle, et où la ville s'éprend du beautiful game.De l'Estadio Marcelo Bielsa à Rosario, en Argentine, au Mercedes-Benz Stadium d'Atlanta, aux USA, il n'y a qu'un pas. 7830 kilomètres balayés en ...
FILE - In this Oct. 20, 1996, file photo, DC United&#39;s Raul Diaz Arci holds the MLS Championship Trophy aloft after defeating the Los Angeles Galaxy at Foxboro Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. The squad captured three of the first four MLS Cups, 1996, ’97 and ’98. (AP Photo/ Ed Nessen, File)
FILE - In this Oct. 20, 1996, file photo, DC United's Raul Diaz Arci holds the MLS Championship Trophy aloft after defeating the Los Angeles Galaxy at Foxboro Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. The squad captured three of the first four MLS Cups, 1996, ’97 and ’98. (AP Photo/ Ed Nessen, File)
FILE - In this Oct. 20, 1996, file photo, DC United's Raul Diaz Arci holds the MLS Championship Trophy aloft after defeating the Los Angeles Galaxy at Foxboro Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. The squad captured three of the first four MLS Cups, 1996, ’97 and ’98. (AP Photo/ Ed Nessen, File)
The USMNT forward remains under contract for three more seasons at Hamburg, who is currently fighting relegation in Germany.
Report: Bobby Wood unlikely to come to MLS this summer
The USMNT forward remains under contract for three more seasons at Hamburg, who is currently fighting relegation in Germany.
The USMNT forward remains under contract for three more seasons at Hamburg, who is currently fighting relegation in Germany.
Report: Bobby Wood unlikely to come to MLS this summer
The USMNT forward remains under contract for three more seasons at Hamburg, who is currently fighting relegation in Germany.
Marouane Fellaini&#39;s time in Manchester looks to be numbered, and a move abroad could have the Belgian in line for one last payday during his career.
Report: Fellaini eyes MLS, China after shooting down Man United terms
Marouane Fellaini's time in Manchester looks to be numbered, and a move abroad could have the Belgian in line for one last payday during his career.
Marouane Fellaini&#39;s time in Manchester looks to be numbered, and a move abroad could have the Belgian in line for one last payday during his career.
Report: Fellaini eyes MLS, China after shooting down Man United terms
Marouane Fellaini's time in Manchester looks to be numbered, and a move abroad could have the Belgian in line for one last payday during his career.
Two clubs remain unbeaten to start 2018 (NYCFC, FC Dallas), but can they keep that streak up in Week 8?
MLS at Week 8: Galaxy host Atlanta, NYCFC aims to stay unbeaten out west
Two clubs remain unbeaten to start 2018 (NYCFC, FC Dallas), but can they keep that streak up in Week 8?
Two clubs remain unbeaten to start 2018 (NYCFC, FC Dallas), but can they keep that streak up in Week 8?
MLS at Week 8: Galaxy host Atlanta, NYCFC aims to stay unbeaten out west
Two clubs remain unbeaten to start 2018 (NYCFC, FC Dallas), but can they keep that streak up in Week 8?
Arsene Wenger believes that the Premier League’s cautious reaction to proposals to introduce safe standing areas is evidence that the league is now an imitator, not an innovator. The Premier League requested more evidence rather than giving full backing to moves by West Bromwich Albion to be allowed to introduce rail seats in time for next season. A statement explained that the issue was “complex and nuanced, and clearly requires more research” but that did not impress Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, who believed a similar path had been too tentatively trodden with the controversial Video Assistant Referee system. “At the moment, I would say that the Premier League is very conservative in all its decision-making,” he said. “You can see that with VAR and you see it as well with standing. “The Premier League has been created by people who wanted to be in front of everybody else. Overall I must say at the moment we look a little more like we look first what happens everywhere else, then if it goes well we follow it. Currently all teams in the top two divisions of English football must play at all-seater grounds Credit: Getty Images “That’s the tendency, always, when you are successful – not to take many risks anymore and ‘let’s continue like that’.” Safe standing advocates claim it would improve the atmosphere at grounds, with Arsenal’s own Emirates Stadium renowned as one of the quietest despite its 59,000-plus capacity. Would safe standing perk up the Gunners therefore? Only if his players produced something worth shouting about, Wenger countered. “We want them to help the team,” he said. “But that comes from the team, the attitude of the team.” Safe standing has the backing of Wenger Credit: Getty Images The Frenchman made it clear he was a fan of safe standing though. “If the safety is right then it has my 100 per cent backing,” he said. “The atmosphere is much better when people stand. The closer you are to the position of the player, the more supportive you are. “Imagine if people were lying in bed watching the game, they could fall asleep sometimes.” Wenger has played down speculation over his future amid reports linking Patrick Vieira, the former Arsenal midfielder now in charge of MLS side New York City, with his job. Patrick Vieira has touted as Wenger&#39;s successor Credit: Jon Super Wenger added: “My personal situation is not so much my worry at the moment. My worry is to transform the season into a success.” When asked if he will make his own mind up on his future, Wenger added: “That doesn’t really matter.”
Arsene Wenger says Premier League is 'very conservative' in all its decision making
Arsene Wenger believes that the Premier League’s cautious reaction to proposals to introduce safe standing areas is evidence that the league is now an imitator, not an innovator. The Premier League requested more evidence rather than giving full backing to moves by West Bromwich Albion to be allowed to introduce rail seats in time for next season. A statement explained that the issue was “complex and nuanced, and clearly requires more research” but that did not impress Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, who believed a similar path had been too tentatively trodden with the controversial Video Assistant Referee system. “At the moment, I would say that the Premier League is very conservative in all its decision-making,” he said. “You can see that with VAR and you see it as well with standing. “The Premier League has been created by people who wanted to be in front of everybody else. Overall I must say at the moment we look a little more like we look first what happens everywhere else, then if it goes well we follow it. Currently all teams in the top two divisions of English football must play at all-seater grounds Credit: Getty Images “That’s the tendency, always, when you are successful – not to take many risks anymore and ‘let’s continue like that’.” Safe standing advocates claim it would improve the atmosphere at grounds, with Arsenal’s own Emirates Stadium renowned as one of the quietest despite its 59,000-plus capacity. Would safe standing perk up the Gunners therefore? Only if his players produced something worth shouting about, Wenger countered. “We want them to help the team,” he said. “But that comes from the team, the attitude of the team.” Safe standing has the backing of Wenger Credit: Getty Images The Frenchman made it clear he was a fan of safe standing though. “If the safety is right then it has my 100 per cent backing,” he said. “The atmosphere is much better when people stand. The closer you are to the position of the player, the more supportive you are. “Imagine if people were lying in bed watching the game, they could fall asleep sometimes.” Wenger has played down speculation over his future amid reports linking Patrick Vieira, the former Arsenal midfielder now in charge of MLS side New York City, with his job. Patrick Vieira has touted as Wenger's successor Credit: Jon Super Wenger added: “My personal situation is not so much my worry at the moment. My worry is to transform the season into a success.” When asked if he will make his own mind up on his future, Wenger added: “That doesn’t really matter.”
Arsene Wenger believes that the Premier League’s cautious reaction to proposals to introduce safe standing areas is evidence that the league is now an imitator, not an innovator. The Premier League requested more evidence rather than giving full backing to moves by West Bromwich Albion to be allowed to introduce rail seats in time for next season. A statement explained that the issue was “complex and nuanced, and clearly requires more research” but that did not impress Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, who believed a similar path had been too tentatively trodden with the controversial Video Assistant Referee system. “At the moment, I would say that the Premier League is very conservative in all its decision-making,” he said. “You can see that with VAR and you see it as well with standing. “The Premier League has been created by people who wanted to be in front of everybody else. Overall I must say at the moment we look a little more like we look first what happens everywhere else, then if it goes well we follow it. Currently all teams in the top two divisions of English football must play at all-seater grounds Credit: Getty Images “That’s the tendency, always, when you are successful – not to take many risks anymore and ‘let’s continue like that’.” Safe standing advocates claim it would improve the atmosphere at grounds, with Arsenal’s own Emirates Stadium renowned as one of the quietest despite its 59,000-plus capacity. Would safe standing perk up the Gunners therefore? Only if his players produced something worth shouting about, Wenger countered. “We want them to help the team,” he said. “But that comes from the team, the attitude of the team.” Safe standing has the backing of Wenger Credit: Getty Images The Frenchman made it clear he was a fan of safe standing though. “If the safety is right then it has my 100 per cent backing,” he said. “The atmosphere is much better when people stand. The closer you are to the position of the player, the more supportive you are. “Imagine if people were lying in bed watching the game, they could fall asleep sometimes.” Wenger has played down speculation over his future amid reports linking Patrick Vieira, the former Arsenal midfielder now in charge of MLS side New York City, with his job. Patrick Vieira has touted as Wenger&#39;s successor Credit: Jon Super Wenger added: “My personal situation is not so much my worry at the moment. My worry is to transform the season into a success.” When asked if he will make his own mind up on his future, Wenger added: “That doesn’t really matter.”
Arsene Wenger says Premier League is 'very conservative' in all its decision making
Arsene Wenger believes that the Premier League’s cautious reaction to proposals to introduce safe standing areas is evidence that the league is now an imitator, not an innovator. The Premier League requested more evidence rather than giving full backing to moves by West Bromwich Albion to be allowed to introduce rail seats in time for next season. A statement explained that the issue was “complex and nuanced, and clearly requires more research” but that did not impress Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, who believed a similar path had been too tentatively trodden with the controversial Video Assistant Referee system. “At the moment, I would say that the Premier League is very conservative in all its decision-making,” he said. “You can see that with VAR and you see it as well with standing. “The Premier League has been created by people who wanted to be in front of everybody else. Overall I must say at the moment we look a little more like we look first what happens everywhere else, then if it goes well we follow it. Currently all teams in the top two divisions of English football must play at all-seater grounds Credit: Getty Images “That’s the tendency, always, when you are successful – not to take many risks anymore and ‘let’s continue like that’.” Safe standing advocates claim it would improve the atmosphere at grounds, with Arsenal’s own Emirates Stadium renowned as one of the quietest despite its 59,000-plus capacity. Would safe standing perk up the Gunners therefore? Only if his players produced something worth shouting about, Wenger countered. “We want them to help the team,” he said. “But that comes from the team, the attitude of the team.” Safe standing has the backing of Wenger Credit: Getty Images The Frenchman made it clear he was a fan of safe standing though. “If the safety is right then it has my 100 per cent backing,” he said. “The atmosphere is much better when people stand. The closer you are to the position of the player, the more supportive you are. “Imagine if people were lying in bed watching the game, they could fall asleep sometimes.” Wenger has played down speculation over his future amid reports linking Patrick Vieira, the former Arsenal midfielder now in charge of MLS side New York City, with his job. Patrick Vieira has touted as Wenger's successor Credit: Jon Super Wenger added: “My personal situation is not so much my worry at the moment. My worry is to transform the season into a success.” When asked if he will make his own mind up on his future, Wenger added: “That doesn’t really matter.”
Arsene Wenger believes that the Premier League’s cautious reaction to proposals to introduce safe standing areas is evidence that the league is now an imitator, not an innovator. The Premier League requested more evidence rather than giving full backing to moves by West Bromwich Albion to be allowed to introduce rail seats in time for next season. A statement explained that the issue was “complex and nuanced, and clearly requires more research” but that did not impress Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, who believed a similar path had been too tentatively trodden with the controversial Video Assistant Referee system. “At the moment, I would say that the Premier League is very conservative in all its decision-making,” he said. “You can see that with VAR and you see it as well with standing. “The Premier League has been created by people who wanted to be in front of everybody else. Overall I must say at the moment we look a little more like we look first what happens everywhere else, then if it goes well we follow it. Currently all teams in the top two divisions of English football must play at all-seater grounds Credit: Getty Images “That’s the tendency, always, when you are successful – not to take many risks anymore and ‘let’s continue like that’.” Safe standing advocates claim it would improve the atmosphere at grounds, with Arsenal’s own Emirates Stadium renowned as one of the quietest despite its 59,000-plus capacity. Would safe standing perk up the Gunners therefore? Only if his players produced something worth shouting about, Wenger countered. “We want them to help the team,” he said. “But that comes from the team, the attitude of the team.” Safe standing has the backing of Wenger Credit: Getty Images The Frenchman made it clear he was a fan of safe standing though. “If the safety is right then it has my 100 per cent backing,” he said. “The atmosphere is much better when people stand. The closer you are to the position of the player, the more supportive you are. “Imagine if people were lying in bed watching the game, they could fall asleep sometimes.” Wenger has played down speculation over his future amid reports linking Patrick Vieira, the former Arsenal midfielder now in charge of MLS side New York City, with his job. Patrick Vieira has touted as Wenger&#39;s successor Credit: Jon Super Wenger added: “My personal situation is not so much my worry at the moment. My worry is to transform the season into a success.” When asked if he will make his own mind up on his future, Wenger added: “That doesn’t really matter.”
Arsene Wenger says Premier League is 'very conservative' in all its decision making
Arsene Wenger believes that the Premier League’s cautious reaction to proposals to introduce safe standing areas is evidence that the league is now an imitator, not an innovator. The Premier League requested more evidence rather than giving full backing to moves by West Bromwich Albion to be allowed to introduce rail seats in time for next season. A statement explained that the issue was “complex and nuanced, and clearly requires more research” but that did not impress Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, who believed a similar path had been too tentatively trodden with the controversial Video Assistant Referee system. “At the moment, I would say that the Premier League is very conservative in all its decision-making,” he said. “You can see that with VAR and you see it as well with standing. “The Premier League has been created by people who wanted to be in front of everybody else. Overall I must say at the moment we look a little more like we look first what happens everywhere else, then if it goes well we follow it. Currently all teams in the top two divisions of English football must play at all-seater grounds Credit: Getty Images “That’s the tendency, always, when you are successful – not to take many risks anymore and ‘let’s continue like that’.” Safe standing advocates claim it would improve the atmosphere at grounds, with Arsenal’s own Emirates Stadium renowned as one of the quietest despite its 59,000-plus capacity. Would safe standing perk up the Gunners therefore? Only if his players produced something worth shouting about, Wenger countered. “We want them to help the team,” he said. “But that comes from the team, the attitude of the team.” Safe standing has the backing of Wenger Credit: Getty Images The Frenchman made it clear he was a fan of safe standing though. “If the safety is right then it has my 100 per cent backing,” he said. “The atmosphere is much better when people stand. The closer you are to the position of the player, the more supportive you are. “Imagine if people were lying in bed watching the game, they could fall asleep sometimes.” Wenger has played down speculation over his future amid reports linking Patrick Vieira, the former Arsenal midfielder now in charge of MLS side New York City, with his job. Patrick Vieira has touted as Wenger's successor Credit: Jon Super Wenger added: “My personal situation is not so much my worry at the moment. My worry is to transform the season into a success.” When asked if he will make his own mind up on his future, Wenger added: “That doesn’t really matter.”
Arsene Wenger believes that the Premier League’s cautious reaction to proposals to introduce safe standing areas is evidence that the league is now an imitator, not an innovator. The Premier League requested more evidence rather than giving full backing to moves by West Bromwich Albion to be allowed to introduce rail seats in time for next season. A statement explained that the issue was “complex and nuanced, and clearly requires more research” but that did not impress Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, who believed a similar path had been too tentatively trodden with the controversial Video Assistant Referee system. “At the moment, I would say that the Premier League is very conservative in all its decision-making,” he said. “You can see that with VAR and you see it as well with standing. “The Premier League has been created by people who wanted to be in front of everybody else. Overall I must say at the moment we look a little more like we look first what happens everywhere else, then if it goes well we follow it. Currently all teams in the top two divisions of English football must play at all-seater grounds Credit: Getty Images “That’s the tendency, always, when you are successful – not to take many risks anymore and ‘let’s continue like that’.” Safe standing advocates claim it would improve the atmosphere at grounds, with Arsenal’s own Emirates Stadium renowned as one of the quietest despite its 59,000-plus capacity. Would safe standing perk up the Gunners therefore? Only if his players produced something worth shouting about, Wenger countered. “We want them to help the team,” he said. “But that comes from the team, the attitude of the team.” Safe standing has the backing of Wenger Credit: Getty Images The Frenchman made it clear he was a fan of safe standing though. “If the safety is right then it has my 100 per cent backing,” he said. “The atmosphere is much better when people stand. The closer you are to the position of the player, the more supportive you are. “Imagine if people were lying in bed watching the game, they could fall asleep sometimes.” Wenger has played down speculation over his future amid reports linking Patrick Vieira, the former Arsenal midfielder now in charge of MLS side New York City, with his job. Patrick Vieira has touted as Wenger&#39;s successor Credit: Jon Super Wenger added: “My personal situation is not so much my worry at the moment. My worry is to transform the season into a success.” When asked if he will make his own mind up on his future, Wenger added: “That doesn’t really matter.”
Arsene Wenger says Premier League is 'very conservative' in all its decision making
Arsene Wenger believes that the Premier League’s cautious reaction to proposals to introduce safe standing areas is evidence that the league is now an imitator, not an innovator. The Premier League requested more evidence rather than giving full backing to moves by West Bromwich Albion to be allowed to introduce rail seats in time for next season. A statement explained that the issue was “complex and nuanced, and clearly requires more research” but that did not impress Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, who believed a similar path had been too tentatively trodden with the controversial Video Assistant Referee system. “At the moment, I would say that the Premier League is very conservative in all its decision-making,” he said. “You can see that with VAR and you see it as well with standing. “The Premier League has been created by people who wanted to be in front of everybody else. Overall I must say at the moment we look a little more like we look first what happens everywhere else, then if it goes well we follow it. Currently all teams in the top two divisions of English football must play at all-seater grounds Credit: Getty Images “That’s the tendency, always, when you are successful – not to take many risks anymore and ‘let’s continue like that’.” Safe standing advocates claim it would improve the atmosphere at grounds, with Arsenal’s own Emirates Stadium renowned as one of the quietest despite its 59,000-plus capacity. Would safe standing perk up the Gunners therefore? Only if his players produced something worth shouting about, Wenger countered. “We want them to help the team,” he said. “But that comes from the team, the attitude of the team.” Safe standing has the backing of Wenger Credit: Getty Images The Frenchman made it clear he was a fan of safe standing though. “If the safety is right then it has my 100 per cent backing,” he said. “The atmosphere is much better when people stand. The closer you are to the position of the player, the more supportive you are. “Imagine if people were lying in bed watching the game, they could fall asleep sometimes.” Wenger has played down speculation over his future amid reports linking Patrick Vieira, the former Arsenal midfielder now in charge of MLS side New York City, with his job. Patrick Vieira has touted as Wenger's successor Credit: Jon Super Wenger added: “My personal situation is not so much my worry at the moment. My worry is to transform the season into a success.” When asked if he will make his own mind up on his future, Wenger added: “That doesn’t really matter.”
En el plato fuerte de la semana 8 de Major League Soccer, el Galaxy de Los Angeles, equipo en donde militan los hermanos Dos Santos, recibe la visita del Atlanta United. A diferencia de la temporada pasada, el conjunto angelino ha empezado el certamen de manera satisfactoria y actualmente se encuentra en el segundo lugar de la Conferencia Oeste con una cosecha de 10 puntos.
Previa LA Galaxy vs Atlanta United FC - Pronóstico de apuestas MLS 2018
En el plato fuerte de la semana 8 de Major League Soccer, el Galaxy de Los Angeles, equipo en donde militan los hermanos Dos Santos, recibe la visita del Atlanta United. A diferencia de la temporada pasada, el conjunto angelino ha empezado el certamen de manera satisfactoria y actualmente se encuentra en el segundo lugar de la Conferencia Oeste con una cosecha de 10 puntos.
El nuevo equipo en la MLS inaugurará su nuevo inmueble el próximo 29 de abril, recibiendo a Seattle Sounders.
Los Angeles FC de Carlos Vela estrena estadio
El nuevo equipo en la MLS inaugurará su nuevo inmueble el próximo 29 de abril, recibiendo a Seattle Sounders.
El nuevo equipo en la MLS inaugurará su nuevo inmueble el próximo 29 de abril, recibiendo a Seattle Sounders.
Los Angeles FC de Carlos Vela estrena estadio
El nuevo equipo en la MLS inaugurará su nuevo inmueble el próximo 29 de abril, recibiendo a Seattle Sounders.
FCC hopeful MLS decision is coming soon
FCC hopeful MLS decision is coming soon
FCC hopeful MLS decision is coming soon
FCC hopeful MLS decision is coming soon
FCC hopeful MLS decision is coming soon
FCC hopeful MLS decision is coming soon
FCC hopeful MLS decision is coming soon
FCC hopeful MLS decision is coming soon
FCC hopeful MLS decision is coming soon
FCC hopeful MLS decision is coming soon
FCC hopeful MLS decision is coming soon
FCC hopeful MLS decision is coming soon
MLS Owners Discuss Expansion
MLS Expansion
MLS Owners Discuss Expansion
MLS Owners Discuss Expansion
MLS Expansion
MLS Owners Discuss Expansion
MLS Owners Discuss Expansion
MLS Expansion
MLS Owners Discuss Expansion
MLS Owners Discuss Expansion
MLS Expansion
MLS Owners Discuss Expansion
Rhode Island Association of REALTORS(R) Connects RESAAS to State-Wide MLS
Rhode Island Association of REALTORS(R) Connects RESAAS to State-Wide MLS
Rhode Island Association of REALTORS(R) Connects RESAAS to State-Wide MLS
For fans who long for an MLS that more closely resembles Europe’s top leagues, behold: we’re a mere seven weeks into the season, and two clubs have already broken away from the pack.
MLS Tiers, Week 7: Atlanta, NYCFC Cement Themselves Among League's Elite
For fans who long for an MLS that more closely resembles Europe’s top leagues, behold: we’re a mere seven weeks into the season, and two clubs have already broken away from the pack.

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