“If you ask about the show here, and get mad because I was a goalkeeper, they want to win 5-4. I’d rather win 1-0. Note that strong investments come from midfield up front. The show… my hair is falling out a bit because of that. They want To give the viewer the show, which in this case is a lot of purpose,” revealed Sebastien Saga.
“How good the players are is very big. You have the best player in the world or Pipa who was rated last year, to give him a grade of 1 to 10 or 9 or 10. And they get along with players who come from the university because the draft formula is still used,” explained the current goalkeeper coach at Inter Miami.
“The disparity between the quality of the players varies a lot. In Argentina you have an average between what is 6 and what is 8. Here the lack of training means they still have a lot of difference. A wall, and according to his teammate, doesn’t always make you The same. That’s something the league has to improve on, matching teams’ averages.”
Finally, he points out the popularity of the sport in the United States and how it rivals other disciplines such as basketball, baseball, American football, or even hockey.
“It’s not the main sport, but the arrival of the best player in the world to MLS, I have no doubt there is a before and after. You will find very competitive football, when you don’t know it, you underestimate it.” A player like him makes the difference. Very well organized. We all want to see him play and we’re a little anxious to see him on the pitch,” closed the former San Lorenzo goalkeeper.