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Are Americans Any Good at Football?

Are Americans Any Good at Football?


our Americans any good at football growing up a British accent might as well have been gospel seems sacrilegious to ever question their superiority and on the flipside you never really had a self-confidence in American soccer or feeling like you had access to the beautiful game but that’s beginning to change now innovative partnerships have emerged to create new pathways for players that just didn’t exist before and the conversation in media is changing where coverage is going both sides now with interest and support extending beyond borders so I came to the UK to see it for myself and how a growing confidence of Americans abroad and the conversation between the two nations is making room for not just football but soccer I think people have underestimated how good the MLS’s from 23 years ago from when you know MLS first launched to where we are this is a sort of teenager growing up in terms of the world game no reason you can’t have many league team there’s no question that MLS has come on leaps and bounds I mean it’s just a different league the one I came into in 2010 I hope that more people young games start to go over and and kind of realize how big the league it can be and it’s like it’s time start taking seriously and even I’m like wow this has changed it proves like boy it’s it like the MLS is here tattooed a billionaire is there yeah let’s tattoos tattoos and probably can’t come to the UK and not visit mile boy teammate Jeff Cameron played together for the Dynamo live just down the hall from each other Stoke just got relegated but for six years a hundred and sixty eight appearances deep one of the only Americans doing it weekend week out in the Premier League you had some guys here for a long time that have been playing in the Premier League American guys Tim Howard of course and Clint what advice did these guys give you when you came over as far as adjusting to the Premier League you can play a World II of a game and then all of a sudden like you know you’ll look in the paper or you look on Twitter or whatever and people slaughter you and they just said you got to have thick skin here don’t let things bother you and have that like kind of edginess have that prove everybody wrong kind of chip on your shoulder and and I think for me Clinton was one of the best Saturday as a player either you were able to adapt and adjust or you’ll crumble people said I was never gonna play professional soccer and and look what 10 11 years in and I’m still playing at the highest level I’m challenging myself every single weekend against some of the best players in the world we’re fortunate here in in the UK with with the Premier League that it’s regarded as one of the best leagues in the world but you know we also have to have that eye on what else in the world is happening and you want to have collaboration you want to have good relationships can all learn from each other and you have to have that humility NYC FC in Man City share the same ownership group allowing them to tap into an extensive global scouting network to find top young talent a huge amount of young players within a global system now we want to develop them in a way that they are capable of playing at a very high level which ultimately will allow us to maybe get greater value for them within the marketplace but you know the primary reason is you know coming at them into mattress infested coming at them into New York’s 15 you get them into Melvin’s first team you know we’re asking young players here in Manchester can you be better than David silver can you be better than Sergio agüero can you be better than Vincent Kompany they’re a big ask for that for our young players I look at the structure here in England and I don’t believe that it’s conducive necessarily to getting young players through the system I think we have a fantastic Academy system here but that 18 the 23 year old pieces is crucial I think in any players career wherever they are in the world I started my night when I was six years old so obviously starting really young is a bit different than in America and I was training five times a week and I don’t match on the weekend as well and that was from like the age of eight onwards a lot of hours in a young age just to try and build those those fundamentals of football and just her getting stuck in stuck in your head really Ronaldo was there and the time it was pretty cool to see him it’s just good for young players to be be around that environment and see you know their idols day in day out and kind of use that as a goal and motivation to get where they are I remember meeting Jack Harrison at the draft actually immediately struck me as a really humble kid but his play on the field it was audacious straight from the jump in MLS came in flying running up players one of the more creative wingers in the league and to see him now getting his chance to come back to the UK where he grew up in the Manchester United Academy and get signed by Man City this time and then loaned to Middlesbrough competing in the championship it’s exciting to see how it’s come full circle for him not because it didn’t work out you did really well the United seek a de mie but you wanted an education what was that decision like for you and your family and why did you take that choice and the Academy is here they’re so narrow-minded that’s all you ever think about is going to the first-team and there’s so many kids that go through there and just have nothing to fall back on and I know so many people that are just doing you know everyday things now and it’s it’s hard to see that because such a young age divided these dreams of being a footballer we have younger kids coming and in training with us and first team and we can tell kids that are like 16 17 18 year olds that are coming in for like you know fill in bodies or whatever if they’ll be successful or not is is his profession not not soccer not football anymore and here they they learn it at a younger age it’s 18 19 if they’re not were the first team they’re not training with the first team their opportunities are limited what a teams look they look for minutes games played what’s their experience and if a kid doesn’t have any experience of playing at a first-team level like who wants to take a risk on you last year I was stunned at every game and that’s very uncommon for a young player in in England or anywhere in Europe really yeah you might be a part of one of the biggest clubs in Europe or something but if you’re not playing in how happy are you really you know and I think it’s important to get that game experience under your belt is such a young age because you can still learn a lot whilst being in the MLS I would definitely recommend it there are lots of young players in England with League One Championship clubs Bradley wright-phillips being a great example don’t Dwyer being another example of players that could come across enjoy the lifestyle love being where they are and succeed as professional footballers we had hustle from yarm just to make chat with me about his experience as British guy who’s come across to Seattle began his career there but now the voice of the Premier League for NBC Sports the older generation in this country tend to sneer it at soccer in America a little bit it’s like they don’t know the college soccer bomb and they don’t know what they’re talking about but the younger they’re the youngsters who know what they’re talking about because they’ve done their research they’re online they’re watching the games they’re seeing the crowds they’re seeing the impact it’s having they’re taking a massive interest so it’s on Sky TV over here and Sunday night when all the soccer done you either watch NFL which a lot of people do or people now particularly younger people are tuning into Major League Soccer McCarthy now questions but they’re doing it for a reason to give the young players like Tyler Evans and Sean Davis do you support a team here yeah what’s in Darlington Woodley and confidence no okay and what what division is that if you’re much in the Premier League East Division one yeah my team playing Division six so in some ways Red Bull might be your best chance at the trophy there is I’m excited for the match that are you ready Henry’s a kid that hit me up a while back on Twitter had seen the movement episode and that I trained in Arsenal back in the day and he’s an Arsenal fan blogger and interested in getting into journalism his family connections to Houston at some point started following the team so kind of kept in touch and now going out to Wales to go finally meet him but let’s plan on meeting up outside the stadium after the match and and we can catch up this was colder than you told me yeah I’m sorry swansea anodyne yeah how does that work why don’t you become a dynamo of it I became a dynamo fan because I had family who moved over to Houston in 2005 and then dynamos inaugural season was 2006 and then they also he won the two MLS championships in their first two seasons and I know they’re playing DC United’s tonight’s so you come from Swansea FA Cup match go home and watch Houston do people here think you’re crazy I just enjoy it simply because it’s relevant to me and what I’m going to be doing and it adds to my life experience of being able to say I know what that brand of football is like what that entire experience is like for that fan culture as well I love the tpho that the Houston fans brought I believe it was in the playoffs last year where they were rising from the floodwaters and into your nightmares I believe it was I thought that was brilliant that’s something I’m really really looking forward to hopefully seeing copa90 is recognizing this growing interest in supporter culture and builds a global media brand around it doing it their own way it’s different here you look around see a beer pong it’s different than sort of traditional media places that you go to I hope so why have you put an emphasis on major league soccer stories and what’s intriguing for the company and also for the viewer there’s a very rare if not not seen anywhere else in the world moment that’s happening in US soccer I got into a nice service it’s feeling of like it was new still before YouTube was message I was going on the MLS website having to download the highlights and like I can eat the Denny Dickie O’s and the Taylor Twellman and I was like really like I just felt like was I could eat this unique league every team seemed to be like so far away and have their own culture and I was always like yeah but I was always like there’s always a very niche I’ve been tracking at least up copa90 for the longest Derby days must watch he’s got been to over 70 countries traversing the world looking at supporter culture so had to sit down with him to see how MLS is fitting into the larger picture on the picture was always like that’s where we were always like you never catch up well look what we’re doing now we’re taking the better South America the heart you know spiritual heart of football this is changed I didn’t think LA FC had a chance there’s sort of the memberships I didn’t think it Lana has had a chance there’s so many other markets going on there and like you never really hear about the Dirty South do you think chicken wings hip hop the Holts the Falcons you don’t think football or soccer I’m telling you watching it every week it’s like this is gonna die down and it gets bigger and just telling when ti and Waka Flocka on 2 Chainz they’re gonna your games you’re part of the cultural scene it proves like your boy it’s it like the MLS is here I see like a different self-confidence that’s happening from us for so long has been like MLS we’ve been a part of building this league you know blood sweat and tears a lot of the rest of the guys and but I’m starting to see a little bit of a shift where there is a new self-confidence and it needs to happen more and I don’t know if this was a part of what you’re saying in the article it felt that way to me was that having you go on or other players go on isn’t something that we should look at is negative for MLS it’s something we should be proud of yeah it should be it you should be throwing a celebration for him you know like here’s one of your own it’s come through the ranks come through the Academy system played for the first team and boom he’s made the jump abroad and he’s playing at a club and he’s doing well I haven’t just learned about football since I’ve been on there and the experiences that I’ve had have have been incredible I would never have had or met the people that I have if I just stayed here in England I think it’s a good thing and I don’t see why they can’t do that and let these young young people go and have all these you know amazing experiences and and still be a part of you know what they have back home would my growth be different if I was born here in Europe would I just be another Academy player that kind of fell through the cracks and you know I would have been in just another number over here in England or you know if I came over at a younger age could I could I’ve you know broken through like Christian you know I know guys have been playing for 1012 years and there are five years six years younger than I am where I went to college I have a degree and then like you go from there you get drafted so that kind of that takes time when you look back though and watch games now and you see what’s happened even since he’s left what’s see all these clubs coming in expansion and then also just the quality and the types of players that are coming in and all me wrong these guys like that do you do you see a big difference and does it make it more yeah peeling yeah 100 cent I mean you know obviously Bobby Boz was one of my best friends and he’s like I wish I was in this system when I first started because you have everything accessible to develop and get better as a player everything for so long in MLS you’ve seen maybe big-name players come over from the UK but maybe at a later stage in their career Jack I think this is probably one of the first players to be called up to the and u21 side do you see a changing tide there as far as young players and the last movie has destination for young players looking to pick on the first I think teams now are looking at young DPS and maybe a different way than how they looked at the DP strategy before more and more players will now look to the US as a earlier destination than perhaps they’ve been in the past how do people say don’t say soccer its football and I hear you say soccer football with this increased partnership in conversation between these two countries do you feel like sometimes we’re being a bit too strict both yeah soccer is a British term it differentiated back in the day from association football it differentiated this sport from rugby football in the same way as America soccer is used to differentiate from football which is the gridiron courage in the NFL version so it’s a completely lose used completely legitimately and to me to get hung up over that these days is ridiculous and if one or two people in England say oh you call it soccer well it’s their lives if they can’t be bothered to find out and they have these preconceived ideas and generalizations of what of what the sport of where the sport is in America players aren’t just following one path from one step to the next it’s starting to traverse and go back and forth in ways that we really haven’t seen before there’s coverage and conversation happening from broadcast to digital media and the support supporters now in MLS I think have a growing self-confidence as well that’s cool that you have a hundred years of history but there’s a great opportunity in being able to create your own from scratch you you

Comments (100)

  1. but still, you are the retiring league, the place big names go to retire.

  2. U.S soccer landscape will never be respectable until pro/rel is in place

  3. If Arlo had red hair he'd be a Weasley

  4. Young foreign players should definitely come here for playing time. It'll be sink or swim for our guys. Also, get rid of college soccer.

  5. This guy looks like Lonzo on the cover

  6. the player they showed from NYC FC is from England… lol

  7. But still didn't qualify for the WC smh

  8. Pro players see mls for sunday league with payments.

  9. I don't even think it's only within football in terms of America's fascination with everything British. just look at the Royal wedding the other week the Americans were going crazy over that whereas over here people are still looking to see what'll happen with Grenfell. In my opinion as a Brit who lived in America for high school the biggest obstacle for an outsider to watching the MLS from face value is probably the rules. It is complicated lmao and it just seems like they wanted to overcomplicate things. They did it the American way in terms of a sports league model. But in all honesty though it may not be the most exciting league or the one that I enjoy the most but I do find myself keeping track of whats going on every now and then. Also it sometimes feels like the fans are doing too much fit in with the footballing world instead of just doing things organically. I think personally Atlanta is a prime example of how it should be done just build up a fan culture and don't feel pressured to sound or act a certain way. The NYCFC and RBFC thing however is just cringe, I get they feel like they want their city to be blue or red but people can tell if the hatred is genuine or more in this case a bunch of fans looking to cause some trouble in the excuse of hating a rival fan base the team hadn't been there for even a year theres no history to that rivalry. The biggest criticism i can give MLS however is that there is no promotion relegation. In a country of that size surely promotion relegation would help find players who may have slipped through the cracks, look at Fulham last weekend they played in the playoffs to then win promotion to the Premier league. For teams in NASL or the other one if they had a route to gaining promtion to the MLS all of a sudden they have something even bigger to fight for, national exposure, playing at a higher level, more endorsements, the league becomes even more competitive, and everyone wins, I think they could even still do the draft and like give the top picks to the teams getting promoted

  10. This Channel is so fucking awesome.

  11. I mean the section where you said it was Leicester, wasn't Leicester. I grew up here and that isnt it…

  12. Calen is growing on me

  13. One thing everybody must agree American football and baseball are only for losers I mean they are not even like sports. I would rather play hide and seek than dumb American sports

  14. Nice to see that Phillipe Coutinho has really improved his English!!

  15. MLS will forever be in the shadow of all English leagues, you could throw a league 2 team in the MLS and they'd put up a fight. It's just embarrassing to see these Yanks bouncing around to something such as football they should just stick to baseball. It's just a dead market in that part of the word and will never have as much viewership and funding as European football does

  16. I watched an mls game a few weeks ago and it felt so amateur i couldnt finish it

  17. As long as you people call it 'soccer' theres no common ground to start from, also shows you didnt really get it

  18. It will only be a certain time until football will even be in the US the biggest sport. Would just alline with the rest of the world

  19. I would pay more attention to the MLS if they gave Arizona a team

  20. Messi is from America, Neymar is from America… There are three Americas… North; Central & South America…

  21. pls dont call it soccer in europe

  22. 3252 Stand up!!!!!

  23. Maybe no-one really cares, but is all this benefiting American soccer? If we have a big time league like the Premier league is it still worth it if the national team can't qualify for the world cup?

  24. Need to expand to 40 clubs, eliminate Conferences and do a 2 year super season to divide upper and lower league thus incorporating Relegation. Point system determines Champion.

  25. The playoff system needs to go.
    It's an American tradition not a football tradition.
    When they scrap that ridiculous system they'll be taken more seriously.

  26. People making comments about "first teams and relegation" need to understand, the league is still growing, there are new "pro" teams popping up all over America and Canada. Once the teams get established and have a good solid fan-base, then they can consider making them an MLS team, or making a second league…

  27. jack should have stayed at nycfc, he wasnt ready for the move. He played ever game at nycfc, he doesnt play at all there.

  28. The problem’s with the MLS from an outsiders perspective is that there’s no promotion or relegation and no elite championships (Champions League, Europa League, etcetera), they need their own draw.

  29. Don’t know why lots of top prospects don’t go over to the US to play in the MLS ??‍♂️ MLS is big and it would give a lot of top young prospects the opportunity to be the ones that grow the league make a name for themselves and who wouldn’t want to play here?! LA, New York, Orlando, Vancouver, Toronto so many big famous cities but people won’t give it a chance lol its sad tbh

  30. So many lies here.

  31. Calling it right now in a few years you’ll see the MLS as one of the biggest leagues on the planet in soccer in a few years

  32. US Soccer cares too much about what UK thinks, that is one problem.

  33. Funny but USA didn’t USA have a 1-1 draw in the World Cup (the best squad possible friendlies don’t count really)

  34. 2 things – one, introduce relegation. Two, stop calling it soccer and change the name of the league to MLF or MLAF

  35. Three words: 2018 World Cup

  36. Awful defending in most of these clips

  37. Basketball, Baseball, American Football, Hockey, and then Football.
    That's why Americans aren't considered "good" at Football, can they have a good League? sure, they are one of the richest countries in the world so they can afford to import talent.

  38. What Geoff was saying towards the end was interesting about potentially "falling through the cracks" I think in some ways, especially with the cost of youth soccer in the US you can make the argument for both countries having to do a little better with this. Really insightful video and a fun watch!

  39. Oddly enough, the US and England have had pretty much the same amount of success at the World Cup over the past 40ish years.

  40. Yes the MLS is here! ????

  41. This dude is so hipster

  42. Nobody, other than americans, take the mls seriously. Poor standards, 0 passion.

  43. simple atlanta fc

  44. You have to feel the fear of death symbolically. Relegation is needed to take the next step.

  45. In the rural south west it's non existent it sucks I play by myself all the time and only a handful are In my town that play. we have a travel team and it cost a thousand dollars to play. There's no public fields and I sneak on a local community college to play. it's not nearly Florida humidity but it's very close and as I'm typing this the perceived temp is 100F or 38C. Imagine trying to play in that almost every day In summer.

  46. Nice Video. Didn't get the "Stokes got relegated" portion though.

  47. The mls is a sham, no relegation or promotion, all clubs are just created by investors and buy there way to the top instead of climing the division ladder.

  48. Nah Americans are still terribly horrible at football

  49. Why is Lonzo Ball on the thumbnail

  50. Americans are great at football! The best in fact. Jim Brown, Tom Brady, Lawrence Taylor, Jerry Rice, Barry Sanders, Joe Montana. The list goes and on. Americans do suck in soccer though. At least on the Men's side. But football? Americans are the very best.

  51. I noticed the guy who’s a fan of Houston Dynamo had an Oklahoma Sooners hoodie on, lol he knows the best team in college football

  52. Clint Dempsey was a fucking gunslinger at Fulham. He earned my respect, I’m sure lots of English fans would say the same:)

  53. Guys! This is Europe calling. Actually produce a few more CONCACF Champions League winners. Then you can talk about how MLS is growing. Because other than Mexican clubs, it's slim pickings for everybody else.

  54. Okay that guy is clue less. Its football here and always will be. I don't care what people may say in the comments below. Yes he was right in his explanation of football/soccer but he failed to mention that back then like over 100 hundred year ago football was run by posh oxford twats and one really tried to brainwashed the public in to calling it soccer but no it didn't work. The fans clearly called it football in spite of him. That's because before the split between rugby and football it was known as rugby football. They took rugby we took football. Soccer is only a thing in America Canada and Australia.

  55. what the hell is MLS – stupid acronym

  56. All my friends are sports fans and they would rather talk about the NBA off season free agent signings than the World Cup right now.
    Soccer is basically a young kids game here that no one takes seriously.
    If the kid shows athletic ability in soccer at a young age the parent is going to want to put them in american football, basketball, baseball, etc because no one cares about soccer here.

    The real travesty is a full on National men's team with a rich history and the effort put into soccer the way we put effort into american football would be the fastest most exciting team bar none. That isn't going to happen though when all those kids grow up to try to be NFL defensive backs.

  57. The video makes a lot of good arguments for the validity of the MLS and its players… however, that gets ruined right at the end. Why bring up the football vs soccer argument? It doesn't matter if the word has its roots in England, that argument falls flat every time. The word soccer comes from association football to distinguish between association football and rugby football but it's FOOTBALL none the less. Soccer was never meant to be the name of the sport, clearly by the fact that the majority of the world calls it football or some variation of it. The reason why the majority of the world doesn't take American "soccer" seriously is because it keeps trying to americanize the sport. 1) stop fighting it, call it football. Association football if it makes you happy. 2) change all the Mickey mouse names of some of the clubs. 3) promotion and relegation.

  58. all the US needs is atleast one world class player which will drive others to follow

  59. MLS has something special!

  60. The answer is No

  61. Question from an American – Whats up with promotion/relegation? Why do you guys think it would be positive?

    I see a lot of people talking about it and I understand the concept from playing FIFA 17 & 18, but I don't quite understand the importance of it. From my point of view it would hinder competition and result in the same top teams every year. The teams at the bottom performing badly are already getting punished financially through poor attendance and merchandising; to punish them even further by relegating them would severely hinder their ability to compete moving forward. I could also see them falling into a constant whirlpool of promotions and relegations as they would be worse than MLS teams but better than lower league teams. Same goes for the top teams in the lower league, they would replace the worst teams in the MLS for one year as the "new worst teams" and then get relegated, so whats the point?

    Is this not the case in other leagues that have promotion/relegation?

  62. Why is lonzo ball in the mls

  63. our youth is on the come up. Europe and south america better be on the watch out.

  64. How can you take MLS seriously when there are 3 expansion teams every year?

  65. pointless discussion until MLS has relagation .. and stops its idiotic recruitment and uses youth teams .. they only recruit from academys and colleges … the talent is in the poor areas .. there hungry for it

  66. I’m planning to pursue my future away from this country because there is no good opportunity to be noticed or come through the ranks in this sport, in this country. You need money to do that, my family does not have that much money but enough to send me abroad and grow as a talent, many talented teens are planning or proceeding in this particular action of going abroad, but some don’t have the courage to do that because it’s risky, and there goes some excellent talent. This way is the way Pulisic used to go to Germany and integrate his talent in another country and making this country have a spark in this sport. MLS and whatever organization USMNT uses need to get down to business because they can change this darkness to light, and if they act now…. Think of 2026 ? ?

  67. Americans are the best at Football as is shown by the vast majority of NFL players being American. Also this has a misleading title because this video is all about soccer.

  68. I never understood why they didn't link the new football (soccer) clubs toclubs from the NBA, NHL, MLB or NFL,
    so you already would have sort of a fan base, people could easily identify and feel connected to the club (due to the name and colors) of which perhaps dad or brother was already a fan of only not in soccer, so it could bring people who are into different sports together. The clubs would benefit from the famous brand of their 'mother-club' as well as certain infrastructure and facilities. Abroad you'd have a bigger impact as brand due to the famous name. Also merchandise-wise it would be quite interesting I think.

  69. americans are great at playing football with their hands, oh the irony of it all

  70. The reasons why Americans are crap at football is because their fundamental attitude to the sport is basically no interest, a certain level of ignorance and the complete lack of any will on all levels to do with the sport. The fact is America can become a lethal world footballing power if they simply changed their fundamental attitude to the sport. IF the USA changes its attitude and approach to football then they will become world champions in or within 50 years, I really do believe this. America has the talent BUT it is undiscovered talent, which is basically going to waste!

  71. At football? No.
    At handegg? Yes.

  72. Just look at what happened with United in the US recently. they didn't win a game against MLS teams.

  73. The answer will always be NO.!.

  74. wait a sec…mls? thats a football league? i thought its a retirement home for european football players…..

  75. This league is growing just need young kids be playing futbol ⚽

  76. Haha no youngsters in the UK are not tuning into MLS, at least no where near to the degree you’re suggesting. It is still a joke, don’t kid yourself that the MLS is a high-level league. It is comparable to the British 3rd tier in terms of quality. Don’t get of yourselves America.

  77. MLS is rubbish comparing to other mid level leagues….

  78. The MLS are too worried about angering and losing their investors to promotion and relegation. Until they worry more about moving forward as a league and less about money, the MLS will never be taken seriously.

  79. "When ti, wakkaflocka and twochains go to"… Those are actually names grown men use for themselves..
    Just let that sink in.
    Then, understand that people look up to them..
    PS: The governing body of football, FIFA, even has Football in their name, it's football. Just football. It USED to be called sucker.

  80. Are South Americans good at soccer?

  81. Hey mls please have a international series like the NFL by the way I am a UK fan of the MLS i support NYCFC

  82. Promotion & religation is the only way they will truly understand what it means to earn your way to not bought by will ferrel

  83. But, the demographic for MLS footballers is about 50/50, that's 50% Hispanic and Black players, without them the MLS would be nothing. American white kids are more into NBA, NFL and then NHL, than soccer, and it's been like that since the end of WW2. Because, historically, Hispanics have grown up around proper football in both Central and South America, they have a natural talent for the sport, that's why virtually all the MLS teams have an Ultra fanbase from New York to Los Angeles, and every team has Hispanic players, without them, and the foreign imports, Americans would struggle, they aren't any good at Football, yet!!!!!

  84. As an English football fan, who has watched MLS, on and off, for many years, I have to say that US soccer ( football, you really have to get over the S word ) has improved markedly over the years. All you need is for your national team to mirror the improvement. I think it is important for US soccer to step up to the level of European and S.. American football. Competition is important. It would also add an extra dynamic to that competition and the power structure in FIFA. Football is truly the peoples' sport.

  85. Imagine how dominant the USA would be if soccer was the #1 sport haha Tyreek hill as a striker lebron as a goalie the whole world would have no chance

  86. soccer is largely a girls sport in America and they do just fine

  87. Young people don’t watch MLS or American football. That’s just not true

  88. Why have the Eastern and Western conference. Just make it one league, call it US Premier League of 16 teams playing 30 games home and away with relegation and promotion.

  89. Americans can you complete my football quiz I created. have a go. cheers

  90. Love the MLS❤️
    from england

  91. Título en español y todo el video se escucha el inglés..

    RESPUESTA AL TITULO DEL VIDEO: Y si quieren la respuesta es NO. ¿por que? Tener tantos extranjeros mediocres o al borde de la jubilación en sus equipos no los beneficia en casi nada.Solo miren que el equipo más fuerte de USA no le pudo hacer frente a Monterrey ni a Tigres..esos clubes mexicanos no son ni los más fuertes que tiene México.
    Si se llegan a enfrentar a Corinthians o a River Plate los van a humillar como Alemania a Brasil.Lo que les falta es PASIÓN AL FUTBOL, es por eso que no pueden conquistarlo ni con todo el dinero del mundo podrán hacerlo.Tomen de ejemplo Sudamerica

  92. No. And it’s football, not soccer.

  93. 0:41 dafuq is there a clock for 4 cities which each use the same time zone? lmao

  94. Americans are great at football. No other country is even close! Now if wer'e talking about soccer, Americans are fairly average, except the women who are the very best. But in football, USA is number 1.

  95. The question makes no sense. Americans have all the capabilities and possibilities of the rest of the world. The only difference is 140 years of tradition.

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