Grella on trial at Leeds, scores hat-trick in reserve match

When Mike Grella passed on the 2009 MLS draft, it was unclear where the Duke striker would test the professional soccer waters. It appears his quest for a professional contract has landed him in England.

Grella is on trial with Leeds United, and scored three goals in Leeds' reserve match against Barnsley on Tuesday. Leeds, once an English Premier League power, now plays in League 1, the English third division.

According to sources, Grella joined Leeds late last week and was in England last Thursday when the MLS Draft took place. Toronto FC, which was aware of Grella's Leeds trial, selected him with the 34th overall pick in the MLS Draft.

Grella holds an Italian passport, which allowed him to play in the Leeds reserve match. He is free to sign with the English club, and his Italian passport will allow him to sign anywhere in Europe he can secure a contract.

What do you think of Grella trying his hand at Leeds? Think he would have been better off in MLS? See him making it big in Europe? Think he will wash out and be playing for Toronto FC in a year?

Share your thoughts below.

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77 Responses to Grella on trial at Leeds, scores hat-trick in reserve match

  1. ftcl says:

    He had a hat trick in the reserve match with Barnsley today.

  2. SonicDeathMonkey says:

    If he wants to sit on the bench at a third division squad, by all means have at it.

  3. Does he really have what it takes, or is this just another example of a dream at 20 y/o vice sound decision-making and guidance from those who mentor him?

  4. fubar says:

    Could we be seeing Lichaj (Aston Villa) redux? It would be intersing to see him take Leeds back up through to EPL.

  5. Dannyc58 says:

    I can’t blame him for trying (I’d love to give it a try in Europe first), but I would have thought he’d have something a little more impressive than this when he made that choice…

  6. mikeK says:

    Some players just have their hearts set on playing European football. If he wants to make it work, he probably could. Either way, it seems like he’s impressing, so maybe TFC will miss out.

  7. Eugene says:

    It would be silly to pass on MLS for Leeds.

  8. Brian says:

    First of all.. the kid has an attitude problem in the highest order. Everyone knows anything about ACC soccer knows this. He can be a dick but he is very talented. I hope he does well but I also hope he gets his head on straight.

    Leeds is a big club despite being in the third division. They went through hard times but seem to be on the right track. They pay well and will very surely be in the Championship within 3 years. Once there, it won’t be long before they contend for EPL promotion.

    Leeds, Millwall, and Leicester City are clubs that are bigger then where they are currently playing.

    Sort of like how Napoli was in Serie C.

  9. Sam Nishi says:


    Even with the ‘head’ he might just be the typle of player Leeds needs .. ..

    Noticed they gave him the #10 shirt for tonight .. ..

    Might not be a very long trial at all .. .. Maybe two reserve matches before a contract is signed??

  10. bung says:

    If his goal is to play in Europe, then it seems like he’s doing the right thing. Since MLS is relatively inflexible about letting players move, seems like signing an MLS contract is not the way to do it if Europe is your goal. If he can get playing time at Leeds seems like a good move to me.

  11. nate says:

    Well done, kid. How could you not want to play at Leeds?

  12. Isaac says:

    Mike Videira version 2.0.

  13. Supsam says:

    hat trick in a the english third tier reserve match…hmmmm lets put that into perspective before jumping to conclusions ppl.

  14. mike says:

    Great talent, but I agree with Brian above–the kid easily has the worst attitude I’ve seen in a college player in 20 years (and I’ve watched a lot of ACC over that time). Constantly whines at his own teammates and coaches, gets in the refs faces. I hope the best for him, but I’ll take 5 days in the pool for when he gets a beating from one or more of his teammates. And maybe that will be a good thing.

  15. Ethan says:

    Um…Leeds is a great club, even if they are a bit down the ladder. It wasn’t THAT long ago that they were in the hunt for the Premier League title, and they will get back to the Premier League…I’d say in the next ten years.

  16. Pete says:

    This is what i am talking about, when people discuss college soccer, someone who is talented gets a trial @ a 3rd division team in england? This is crap and so is college soccer…its a waste, he’ll be in MLS within 2 years.

  17. sack says:

    Italian-Americans hate MLS!! (Rossi, Ferrari, and Grella)

  18. doug says:

    leeds is a club with big history in England. They 3rd division because of financial mismangement rather than poor play. It wasnt that long ago that they were Champions League Qtrfinalists

  19. hater says:

    played with him and c davies in some youth camps late in high school and always thought grella had more talent, but he is a doosh towards everybody on and around the field. if he channels that aggression he can be very productive.

  20. jamin barnes says:

    it’s sad to see players choose England’s third division over our own league.

  21. sakibomb says:

    he should go to MK Dons and join with “cap-him now” Jemal Johnson!

  22. Brian says:

    College soccer can be crap but it does produce good prospects: Gooch, Subotic, Bocanegra, Ibisevic, Dempsey, Edu.. etc

    It would be foolish to ignore it.

    Leeds are looking to get good quickly. They have the fan base and resources to do it. They are no small team.

    Yes it was a reserve game but that’s how everyone is going to start in their first game. With a hat trick, I think he’ll be with the first team soon.

    Grella has a lot of talent. If he leaves his attitude back in the USA, he can go a long way.

  23. dhawk says:

    What is it with all of the negativity and nationalistic diatribe? The kid scored a hat trick with a D3 team in England! Show him some love and wish him the best. Maybe he’ll develop into a very good player; and maybe not. Rest assured, if most of the naysayers that have commented here were offered the same opportunity and had access to an EU passport, they would take it and the probable bigger paycheck to play and develop in England. Doing so doesn’t mean you’re un-American or not talented enough for MLS.

  24. Brian says:…e.asp?a=140039

    There were a lot of scouts on hand at the Leeds match to check out various players.

    No doubt Grella turned some heads with a hat trick MOTM performance.

  25. undrafted says:

    Interesting, a club was in the Champions League semifinals 8 years ago, but so many here seem fit to crap on it. Probably the same ones who are in love with pro/rel.

  26. mark webster says:

    just got back after seing my cousin play in leeds reserves tonight and just to ley folks know he had a good game and took all 3 goals well

  27. Travis says:

    Nice, I always liked watching him play.

  28. martin brown says:

    I am a supporter of Leeds United. They are still a huge club and if they move back into the Championship, might well attract new investors who can take the club back where it belongs. Leeds are one of the better clubs in League One and could still make the playoffs as we did last season, only to lose in the final (if we had not been penalized an unbelievable 15 points penalty we would have had automatic promotion). Only 8 years ago we were in the Champions League semi-final, although things are obviously different now, given we’ve gone through 2 periods of administration and almost gone into extinction.

    With no disrespect – MLS is getting better but League One is really about a similar standard. I have seen MLS games at Toronto and on TV many times and although the players are definately athletic, the skill level and pace at which the game is played is definately way below EPL or even Championship level. Most star players who come are at the tail end of their careers and wouldn’t make a regular starting place in an EPL team. Many players who have not made a big impact even at Championship level are enjoying careers in the MLS right now, such as Danny Dichio at TFC. Even though Leeds are in League 1, they are still atrracting crowds of over 25,000 most games and have had 35,000 for a couple of games, which is almost capacity and the only fans I’ve seen in the MLS which have the same passion are the Toronto fans.

  29. lou says:

    He definetly is good enough to play at a third devision side with no money like leeds, but that isn’t saying mutch. I mean if this kid really hates the mls so much and isn’t even planning things out than by all means try your luck on a shitty english team. I don’t no who he thinks he is fooling though because a team of that caliber is a step down from the mls as far as quality of play. But good luck to him.

  30. A.S. says:

    Champions League Semifinal 8 years ago… so what? That’s ancient history. How does that help Grella NOW? They are in the third division, which I’d guess is worse than MLS (how many players go straight from the third division to Bayern Munich or Villareal?).

  31. doug says:

    how much would his wage be if he made it at leeds? i venture it would be more than what mls would lowball him.

  32. nate says:

    Thanks for the measured, intelligent post Martin.

    To the MLS whiners – admit it, most of you didn’t even know who this kid was 3 weeks ago. Now he scores a hat trick in his first match in Europe and he’s making a poor decision for TRIALING at Leeds? God bless America.

  33. Jonathan says:

    Beware of scorned MLS fans! They’re worse than the most attrocious jilted lovers! 😉 You guys have to calm the f*ck down. People are not publicly criticizing your decision to work for company X,Y, or Z.

  34. Sterlinho says:

    I wish him all the success as long as he doesn’t end up playing for Italy.

  35. undrafted says:

    I’d have preferred Grella signed with MLS. IMO it would have been the better career move. But that doesn’t change that Leeds are no small club. They’re unlikely to stay in the 3rd tier much longer. And even if they do, 3rd tier players in England make about the same money as mid-level starters in MLS.

    I don’t think any club is sending Grella to the likes of Munich or Villareal in the next few years.

  36. doug says:

    lol jonathan. jilted lovers pretty much sums it up. how dare grella try to make the most out of his potential.

    some people need the WAAAAAAM-bulance on here

  37. Andy in Atlanta says:

    Hard to believe there are so many idiots posting here…Leeds United is giant club that only fell off the world map because of financial issues.
    Grella is actually very wise to attempt to join Leeds because even if they do not get back to the EPL as quickly as they would like…it will get him seen by bigger clubs…Where do you guys think that players like Ashley Young etc… came from? Lower divisions in England.

    Good for Grella….just don’t piss on the US when we want to cap you like Rossi did.

  38. This Guy says:

    Leeds is a solid club to start your career at, no doubt about that. I think it is a good move on his part.

    As far as all the tough guys vs. the whiners as it sounds, MLS is on par with the Championship. I’ve lived in Germany (5 years), Italy (4 years) and London (2 years) and I’ve followed footy for about 19 years. MLS is better than Seria B, Bundesliga 2, and League One.

    Why do we argue this? every thread on every website argues this same thing.

    Leeds attendance this year is averaging

    14,500 many teams in the MLS have that number and more. Leeds would also have a higher salary than 12 of the MLS squads.

  39. Win says:

    If you look at the average MLS team, I’d say Grella has a much better chance of of starting in League 1 than in MLS. However, FC Toronto doensn’t exactly have an impressive stable of fowards so he definately would have had someplaying time there.

  40. A.S. says:

    “Where do you guys think that players like Ashley Young etc… came from? Lower divisions in England.”

    Ashley Young never played in the third division.

  41. Mario in SJ says:

    By now it should be obvious to all that you cannot compare the level of play between MLS and Scandinavia English third tier Bundelliga 2 etc on the basis of who signs there. ITS ALL ABOUT THE MONEY.

    Until MLS is able to increase its pay level substantially anyone who can get a gig overthere will do so simply on the basis of the $$$$$ and not on the level of play. The only comparison is direct play and we only get friendlies that distort the results anyway.

    Can any of our Leeds fans tell us how much he will sign for if it happens? I’m pretty sure it will be a ton more than the $33K MLS senior roster minimum.

  42. Brett says:

    If I had the choice I would go to Leeds over 3/4ths of MLS clubs. The MLS has room to grow but if he can stand out in the lower divisions in England he can move up the ranks to better clubs and eventually find himself in the Prem either through promotion or earning a transfer.

  43. Martin says:

    To put it into perspective the current Leeds striker Jermaine Beckford was signed for £45,000 out of a conference (semi pro) team. If he can pull one third of this then he’s already making MLS money.

  44. Andy in Atlanta says:

    @ A.S. my apologies as I for some reason thought Watford was in League 1 sometime during 2002-2006…bad example…

    So…Jimmy Bullard (Posh), Matthew Upson (Luton), Micah Richards (Oldham)


  45. glen Leeds M.O.T says:

    Leeds are a 3 tier club because we had too sell all our best players after money mis-managment and after flirting with administration twice+ a 15 piont penalty last season, prior to that 2 european semi finals. this year a 4.5 million profit and a training ground second to none couple that with one of the better stadiums in the english leagues and an awsome fanbase + alot of english and european scouts come to leeds the lad could have picked alot worst places to play like the mls

  46. This Guy says:

    I have nothing against Leeds and I think he made a good move but, all you Leeds supporters need to quit crying about where you could have been. Mismanagement and financial problems means the team wasn’t ran right. Congratulations you are now in a third tier league. Your comparisons of Leeds to MLS teams via 8 years ago??? doesn’t make any sense.

    Oh yeah, well my NY Cosmos could have beat your Leeds team and we had larger crowds if it hadn’t been for mismanagement and financial problems.

    I hope the kid excels.

  47. martin brown says:

    I call it as I see it. I am being much kinder to MLS than Rodney Marsh was on Setanta Sports recently, who described the MLS as ‘semi-pro’. I think that was shortsighted and insulting, but MLS has a long way to go before it assumes a quality even comparable to the lower reaches of the Premier League sides. I hope it gets there – I really do.

    Leeds might not have the wealth they once had, but most of the established senior players on the team are earning at least as much as the majority of MLS players – Most MLS players are on a meagre wage for their profession, not everyone earns like Beckham !!!

    As for quality of players – many players have been signed from the Championship and League One who are performing in the Premier League, heck much of Hull City’s squad played in League 2 including their captain Ian Ashbee. Keith Andrews was signed by Blackburn from MK Dons from a newly promoted League 2 side and is performing OK in the prem.

    And last – Fabian Delph, the talented 18 year old who is a product of the Leeds United Academy, has recently been wanted by both Fulham and Manchester United, the latter were willing to offer 10 million pounds for him, is proof that there is good young talent in League One. Also, top scorer Jermaine Beckford is wanted by a host of clubs in the Championship and some Premiership interest has been noted.

    Players coming into the MLS from top European leagues are usually at the tail end of their career and they love the idea of the ‘American Dream’ more than the challenge of actually wanting to put their heart and soul into helping MLS develop. Trust me, if Beckham works out at Milan, he will be doing his utmost to get out of MLS.

    MLS needs it good young talent to stay in the USA, I don’t have the answers on how they can do that as the lure of European soccer is huge. Even 2nd or 3rd tier European leagues have a level of support and tradition that is lacking from many MLS franchises.

  48. Tarheel Brian says:

    I have seen Mike G play 10 times over the past 4 years and above all I want to say this to him

    “Good Riddance”

    Seriously, you don’t want this guy on your team. He is the definition of a locker room cancer. He was good enough to act like that in college, but not in the pro.

  49. martin brown says:

    link to

    As you can see, Leeds lowest attendance was 18,000 and the highest 33,500 giving an average at a shade under 25,000. As you can see, this is nearly 5,000 more than current League One table toppers Leicester City (also recently in the PL and like Leeds suffered as a result of financial consequences).

  50. martin brown says:

    It’s a bit different being full of yourself and arrogant on a college team compared to being in a pro side. Mike G then becomes the smallest fish in a big pond and it will take him at least a year or two of top level performances and good attitude to earn respect. The lad is only on trial, I’ve seen and heard of plenty of others who cause a splash in a trial game for the reserves or two, who were never heard from again. Given that we have Beckford, Luciano Becchio and Robert Snodgrass who have all been performing well, plus ex Premier League player Malcolm Christie (on a short term contract) and Tresor Kandol (on loan at Millwall right now), Mike G has a lot to prove to get in ahead of those guys. This season, the defence has been the issue, not the attack.

  51. I know what im talking about says:

    hahahaha…you guys are bashing Grella for trialing at LEEDS UNITED…first off think about this…I bet an mls team could not beat a 3rd division english team…really think about the MLS despite a few teams, there is absolutely no structure no systems, its a lot of possesion in the back then long balls are hit. Seriously you guys give this website no credit because of your comments….he is better off to be in Europe for one because its a more respected league, for 2 he can move to other clubs once he is ballin out at whatever club he signs with, thirdly any contract that MLS wanted Grella to sign was a 5 year deal…are you kidding me he would be 27 with what 200,000 grand in the bank?? maybe 300,000. haha 2 season over there he can make all of that, not to mention bonuses and the experience. None of you must of ever played soccer, and those who are hating on the attitude haha look at how many players went through DUKE who were great their first 2 years but faded off. It has nothing to do with them it was the coach….None of you know what you are talking about that are putting the negative out there….what do you have to say now?

  52. Scott A says:

    If he performs, he’ll get noticed by bigger teams. MLS or Europe—it’s personal. So good luck to the guy

  53. Scott A says:

    Oh and to those of you worrying/bitching about Grella not getting noticed on a third division side: You have to understand that Leeds is a bit of an anomaly like Nottingham Forest, but even more so. They have a huge fan base and this is reflected in their influence. Anyone who has spent significant time in England and pays attention to the soccer coverage–or even just watching Sky Sports News on FSC–can see much more attention being paid to Leeds United than most other League One sides. So bear that in mind

  54. leeds blows says:

    dirty dirty leeds
    up the chelsea

  55. M says:

    We all hate Leeds scum
    We all hate Leeds scum
    31 years…

  56. Al17 says:

    Nottingham Forest isn’t anomaly. We’ve won Sh..t in Europe and have a storied history.
    Now, on to this kid. I hope it works out well for him. He’s got options and he’s taking advantage of them – God Bless him and Good Luck.

  57. Dominghosa says:

    No matter how big Leeds is, it’s still in League One and I hope those scouts at the match take him out of League One and up to a higher division.

  58. I know what im talking about says:

    all I know is that the MLS is not good for young players especially those who wait until there 22 to start their professional careers….they are punished for finishing school and then screwed over because they are not deemed Generation adidas…give me one talent that the MLS actually developed?? from the beginning there are none because noone has…Brek Shea and Josh Lambo are the experiments..what happened to carl bussey? jordan Stone? phil salyer?

  59. senevada says:

    Leeds is down right now mostly because of idiotic financial leadership but to write them off as that “crap 3d division club” is simply ignorant. Leeds United happens to still be one of the biggest clubs in Europe and as much as any lower division club can be said to be a “sure thing” to get back to the Prem, Leeds would be top of the list.

  60. fubar says:

    AGAIN – Lichaj redux? A good post from the Leeds Supporter who points out all of its attacking talent. HOWEVER, the striker/forward position is the MOST difficult position to fill in all of soccer.

    Attackers are worth their weight in gold. Look at Ibisevic going down at Hoffenheim. Now they are scrambling to find someone to fill the void and not finding anything to their liking during this window.

    It is disturbing to hear about his attitude. This is the same thing we saw with Feilhaber and you see what happened to him.

    I wouldn’t mind a bit of hazing if that’s what it takes to knock the kid down a peg or two in the area of humbleness. Or maybe he can take lessons from Altidore.

    But one thing that hasn’t been mentioned in all of these posts is his ability to get time on the pitch. Pulling splinters out of your arse will be hard for him to take.

    Having said all of this, I like the way Lichaj has paid his dues and is now getting looks from higher tier sides. So much so that Aston Villa HAD to extend his contract for two more seasons just to hold on to him.

    Grella wouldn’t get that in the MLS.

  61. The Athority says:

    Wow 3 goals for the RESERVE team in the 3rd Division……..that’s like playing a Sunday game with your friends.

  62. glen Leeds M.O.T says:

    if the lad has got a bad attitude he won`t last long in Leeds.We might aswell give him a chance he cost nothing and we might make a profit on him if he`s even a half decent player.n.y.cosmos who are they a tin pot team in a tin pot league mls is full of athelet`s not footballers thats why the best players in the u.s.a national team play outside the u.s.a grella has sussed this and had the balls to give it a go in europe good luck to him even if it`s not with Leeds.m.o.t

  63. Kenneth Bates says:

    To the comment stating leeds average a attendance of 14,500 this season. Its nearer 23,000 which i’d say is higher than MLS.

    If he gets the deal, great move for him. More media coverage here so more chance of getting picked up if he decides to leave leeds

  64. John says:

    Please remember that Leeds is a huge club that has insanse financial difficulties. League 1 team salaries are probably still higher than MLS team salaries. I would expect MLS teams to beat Leeds more times than not.

    I’m a believer that good MLS teams would do well in the Championship. However, Championship teams have much bigger payrolls than MLS teams (that’s not saying much).

    There is nothing wrong with this guy playing in League 1 for a team like Leeds. If he does well there he will move up the ladder. If he doesn’t, he won’t.

    Some folks seem to think this guy has an attitude problem. I’m willing to see him prove that he does in a professional environment. Good luck to him.

  65. James says:


    I’m a Leeds fan. I saw the match yesterday (not at the game but Leeds broadcast reserve matches online) and thought he stood out as a class above anyone on the pitch. He seemed to have a good first touch, awareness, a few tricks and an eye for goal. However, it needs to be remembered that the “stiffs” are not especially competative and the standard of football is poor at best. It’s easy to stand out if you have a point to prove. That said, he’s definitely done enough for us to warrant having another look at the guy.

    The only thing that concerns me is the comments here about his apparent bad attitude. We’ve had a few players who fit this description over the last few years and could do with a few less, not one more!

    Nice to see a generally pretty well informed group over the waves. However, I must pull you up on one thing. Leeds avereaged around 27k a match last season and around close to mid 20’s this year. Not £14k!!

    Cheers chaps

  66. glen Leeds M.O.T says:

    to this guy how old are you, you sound like a school kid, simple fact is mls soccer is way behind even the third tier in most european countries, you depend on has beens names to get noticed not the quality of football, you may get there one day but it won`t be any time soon because the attitude of the americans is we can`t beat it kill it or change the rules

  67. Fred says:

    Watched Mike last night. Good to see him score three, if keeps on scoring he will get his chance. Hope the young lad lives his dream.

  68. John says:

    After seeing this Grella kid play, one undeniable fact cannot be ignored…he’s got mad skill. As for his attitude, I think there are a lot of haters out there. Give the bloke a go! Fresh new team, fresh new start. Leeds would be lucky to have someone of his caliber.

  69. Barackthehouse says:

    To Sterlinho’s comment about Grella playing for Italy -I don’t get it? Doesn’t this kid have Italian heritage? Why shouldn’t he try for an Italian team if given the opportunity, especially with a EU passport.

    To Tarheel Brian’s comment…an internal hater obviously. Were you a scorned Duke player that’s just jealous of someone else’s skills? I read that his scoring record for Duke far surpassed other players…seemed to me that if it weren’t for him Duke wouldn’t have done as well over the last few years.

    This guy’s got talent, and going to Europe to showcase it is an advantage. MLS, though they have their plus sides, cannot replace what a European experience and career can bring. One trial game and everyone’s already talking about him.

    I wish him all the best, whatever he decides.

  70. papa bear says:

    I understand wanting to go to Europe to get a contract with ‘real money’ but the English thrid division really pays crap; far worsre than most realize. On top of that it is exceedingly difficult to make a jump up to the Prem from there. The Colaship pays decent but he’d have to really light it up to move up there either. A lot of people are trying to play in England (but for how long who knows? They are facing the same problems they faced in the 80’s and by this time next year who knows what could happen?)

    Best of luck to him but I have a feeling he’ll be testing his wares stateside sooner rather than later as it has been proving to be the better launching board to a bigger league in Europe than going the ‘play in 5th division football and pray’ route has.

  71. waccoe says:

    Obviously mr. papa bear don’t have a clue what he’s talking about: Average basic salary in English League One (3rd tier) in 2006 was £67,850 ($94,415.14). source: link to

    That was three years ago so I’m sure the salaries have gone up at least 15-20% from that. Given that Leeds is the biggest club in the league, I would suspect they also pay above the average.

    Best wishes for the kid, but there still sure is a long way to go from scoring a hat trick in a reserve game to a regular first team spot.

  72. glen Leeds M.O.T says:

    hope the kid signs for us after his hat-trick if he makes the first team and can hold his own he`ll soon be on big money either at leeds or somewhere else in england or on the continant if he bombs he`ll be back to the states hope he succeeds for having the bottle to give it a go

  73. Peter says:

    Nothing more cringe worthy than Yanks talking about ‘Soccer’. The English Third tier is a pretty good standard , certainly better than the MLS dross. Leeds are a major major club – one of the biggest in England and have competed for European honours on numerous occasions during their history including two semi-finals in two years at the turn of the century. They will be back in the Premier League within five years, Grella would be so foolish to turn down a lucrative contract at Elland Road in favour of playing on the MLS franchise circuit. Leeds’ average attendance is closer to 24k than the 14k mentioned above. Get your facts right and educate yourself before spouting sh*te on forums!

  74. Jacob J. says:

    Cheers Peter! The MLS is a joke.

  75. I know what im talking about says:

    Bottom Line is this…None of you are playing professional soccer and if i were a betting man none of you even got close to it. Most of you are hating on Grella for his attitude hahahahahahaha…..what exactly do you know about this kid???what has he done or said to warrant any of these comments?? I will smash your two argument…Those who saw him at Duke are probably gonna say he yells at the officials and his teammates.. Simply put only about 4 or 5 kids on that team were good enough to play with him. And those 4 or 5 kids were thinking the same as him but just didnt say anything. Who cares about yelling at the officials, maybe a couple red cards but i bet he knows that he messed up and if i were betting that probably wont even come out again especially on trial with a bunch of people he doesnt know. I would love to hear your rebuttle….

  76. I know what im talking about says:

    Did i mention…MLS is a horrible league for American kids

  77. glen Leeds M.O.T says:

    Leeds have hosted the top five crowds in lg1 this season

    LEEDS V Leicester 33,850

    ” v huddersfield 32,021

    ” v walsall 26,422

    ” v hereford 25,676

    ” v oldham 24,631

    a big enough club for grella a big enough club for the prem tell me an mls club with crowds like that on a regular basis