its good he is doing well, it ended poorly with us but he gave us some very good years. Every transfer we send to Europe that performs in the long run should get us better valuations for our players. As a team with younger guys its invaluable.
Kemar has some real competition ahead of him to start, so I am really curious what impact he will have over there for the rest of the season.
Yes perfect sentiment and thinking. Thats why I follow Almirante so closely and watch so many Newcastle games. With the largest transfer fee in MLS history, playing in the biggest league in the world, his success is so crucial to MLS and young S. American players coming here or not.
Realistically, when players go from MLS to Belgium and do okay.........no one in Europe notices. Im talking about the top 5 leagues obviously. Can anyone name 5 players, playing in Belgium right now off the top of their head? No. Overall, in the big picture, Kemar and Murillo are inconsequential in the context youre bringing out. I still root for both of them.
I have a soft spot for this league ever since Gooch was tearing it up at Standard Leige.
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