In a few years will be the North American Major League Soccer (MLS) to expand to thirty teams, as confirmed strong man Don Garber Thursday at the presentation of Saint-Louis and Sacramento as a possible new teams.
Currently there are 24 teams in the MLS. “Professional football is flourishing at all levels in the United States and Canada, and we are convinced that in many cities the opportunities for clubs,” says Garber.
Miami, a project that was launched by voetbalicoon David Beckham, and Nashville make the next year their entry, in 2021, followed by Austin. Later would also have Saint-Louis and Sacramento.
Recently made ex-Racing Genk player Alejandro Pozuelo still the move to the MLS. The Spaniard is currently with Toronto FC to get started. Also Kenny Saïef is currently being loaned out by Anderlecht to Cincinnati.
In the meantime, have some Belgians to the big lake to cross. Laurent Ciman moved in 2013 to Canada to his daughter Nina, which is a form of autism suffers, the best treatments to be able to give. Currently Ciman team mate of Pozuelo. Roland Lamah (ex-Anderlecht) defends along with Saïef the colors of Cincinnati. Antwerp player Jelle Van Damme has an American past. He played a year and a half for Los Angeles Galaxy.