A few days ago, Galatasaray striker, Didier Drogba, said that he may not celebrate scoring a goal against former club, Chelsea, during last night’s Champions League match at Stamford Bridge. In the end, with his team failing to hit the target even once, the decision was taken away from him.
Just now, the football world is relatively calm in the sense that the people who are getting excited about it are generally ardent football fans. But pretty soon that will all change and the World Cup will become all-consuming and pretty frantic. There will be comprehensive media coverage and every detail will be analysed to the nth degree.
So now – while things remain calm - is the time to have a punt. But who should that be on?
MLS Commissioner Don Garber says that the likes of Jermain Defoe, Thierry Henry, and David Beckham are the kind of players MLS needs in order to grow as the top league in this region. Since its launch in 1994, MLS has come a long way especially in the last decade.
This has been primarily attributed to the arrival of David Beckham in 2007. He played for five years in the league, which has previously not got major attention from European regions. Now, it is one of the popular destinations for pre-season tours and scouting players.
With the 2014 World Cup edging nearer and nearer, coaches of every national team is preparing their best players and formations which they are going to use for the worldwide competition.
Former Manchester United star David Beckham says that manager David Moyes is someone who will do well at the club when he is given the time. Moyes took over from Sir Alex Ferguson, who stepped down from his role after 26 years in charge of the club, in the summer.
David Beckham wore the Manchester United jersey for 10 seasons becoming one of the most important players in the history of the club and despite his recent negotiations with Major League Soccer surrounding the English former footballer, Beckham still has time to speak his mind about what he feels David Moyes will do with the club.