The MLS Cup Playoffs are upon us. 14 teams will battle it out over these next few weeks to determine the one true champion of Major League Soccer.
Fernando Torres turned 35 today and I spent all day reading stories about him. That got me thinking - I consider Torres to be a legend and I'm born in 1999, so I never got to see players like Shearer, Fowler and even Raúl in their prime - these three are clearly Millennial legends, but who are their Generation Z equivalents?
I'm going to look at the biggest disappointments, anti-climaxes, most underwhelming performances and weird moments of MLS Matchday One.
NASL - that arrangement of letters might sound familiar to the older generation. "Isn't that where Pelé and Beckenbauer played?" - Yes and no, let me elaborate.
The landscape of Major League Soccer has drastically changed over the past five years, but what was the catalyst for these changes?