Steven Gerrard just finished up his first MLS campaign with LA Galaxy, and it sounds like the Liverpool FC legend doesn't plan on staying in the league too much longer. Gerrard's contract is up at the end of the 2016 season, and he's hinted that it might be his last in MLS. While the league's talent level can't match the Premier League, apparently Gerrard didn't realize how tough playing in MLS can be, especially for someone who's losing his legs.
"Going on the road, playing on turf, playing at altitude, playing in humidity, those are the hurdles that I've had to face over the last three months that I wasn't aware of. Every away game has a different challenge," said Gerrard.
The possibility of Gerrard leaving LA has some in the English media speculating a return on loan to Anfield, but that's pretty unlikely.
MLS has a whole bunch of awards that will be announced between November 6 and December 2.
Tuesday's action was highlighted by Manchester United breaking its long goal drought and Real Madrid clinching a berth in the knockout rounds. On Wednesday, Chelsea hopes to avoid another disaster at home against Dynamo Kyiv and Arsenal will try to upset Bayern Munich for a second time.
It shouldn't be a big surprise that Michel Platini's candidacy for FIFA president might not work out, considering he's currently suspended due to corruption charges. But, this is FIFA we're talking about.
What's happening in The A?
The folks at The Falcoholic are looking at a potential 4-4 record for the Falcons in the second half of this NFL season.