Brad Evans is pissed and he is letting everyone know. The Seattle Sounder mainstay do-everything captain feels left out, but that doesn't stop Evans from putting his club first.
The Obafemi Martins saga drags on a bit longer with the inevitable coming sometime this week now that Shanghai Shenhua have a roster spot open. There is at least one player who didn't chase the money like Martins, but there is always another who could be tempted.
Who will fill the hole left by Obafemi Martins, and will Seattle still be considered an MLS Cup contending team?
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When doing the right thing upsets the fan base. The Seattle Sounders and Chicago Fire made some big moves in the past week and if you read between the lines both clubs feel they made the right moves.
Chuck Blazer had a larger than life personality to go along with his look. Blazer's appearance at 400 pounds with his bushy white beard and mane made him look like more like Santa Claus than the swift talking showman he was.
Neymar had his yacht, jet, and several of his homes blocked by Brazilian authorities. The Sao Paulo federal court seized the assets after Neymar was found guilty of not paying $16 million in taxes.
Still smiling with the hopes to clear his name, Michel Platini feels he was "finally listened to."
The next FIFA president will be elected on February 26. The winner will be expected to clean things up and take FIFA into a new era, but how do you do that with all the same people?
Goals of the week: Volley, Free Kick, and Long Distance