“It’s kind of shocking.”
As part of a video conference with the media on Monday, Victor Wanyama was invited to comment on the new Europa League project. The CF Montreal midfielder, who played 154 Premier League matches – including 69 for Tottenham – from 2013 to 2020 before heading to Montreal, disagrees with the idea.
“It’s not football. Football doesn’t have to be about greed.)Football isn’t about greed). It is for the masses, not just for individuals. The Kenyan commented, “If we do that kind of thing, it’s not good for football.”
Tottenham is one of the 12 founding clubs of this Premier League, accompanied by Milan, Arsenal, Atletico Madrid, Chelsea, FC Barcelona, Inter Milan, Juventus, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Real Madrid.
Hoping that we can “get the house in order and put everything back in place,” Wanyama continued this petition.
“We should not place personal interests in the game. Football is a great game, we have to respect it and leave its surroundings as it is (Let everything be normal). »
The intention of the Premier League founders is to eliminate the Champions League, a tumultuous threat for decades.
Victor Wanyama scored Montreal’s third goal from a corner kick on Saturday in their 4–2 win over Toronto FC.
By pushing himself over Michael Bradley, one of the most hated players at Saboto Stadium, he has delighted many Montreal FC fans. Pictures and GIFs of this action circulated a lot on Twitter.
“The ball was in the far corner. I did a race that was impossible to stop because I got hard and jumped over it,” the co-captain simply said, without glorifying himself.
Besides scoring, Wanyama gave a good game in midfield alongside Samuel Piet. The two co-captains – a task that will be shared with Kamal Miller – seem to be communicating well during this first meeting of the season.
“We get along with each other. We have no problem playing higher or lower. The designated player commented” We are doing well. ”
Brault-Guillard’s work has been recognized
Mason Toye scored his first CFM goal in 3e Minute, Zachary Brawlt Gillard played a very strong game on the right wing on Saturday. His work did not go unnoticed. ZBG was named to the MLS Team of the Week, in addition to being among the contenders for Player of the Week.
The Canadian international believes his participation in the pre-Olympic qualifiers in Mexico has served him well. Because of the matches played, but also to acclimatize to the heat. Remember, the Montreal team is currently playing its ‘home’ matches in Fort Lauderdale.
Brault-Guillard was given a more attacking field of view during that first match of the 2021 season. That sees a good eye.
“But my first category is to defend well. After that, the offensive side is an asset,” he recalls.
Speaking of the offensive punch, the 22-year-old defender said he knew that Montreal’s next opponent was well armed in that regard.
In his first game, Nashville drew 2-2 at home against FC Cincinnati.