The 2016 season of the MLS is reaching it’s end with less than 10 league matches remaining before the champions can be selected and after 27 matches played, Toronto FC was leading the race as they had collected 43 points from those games and it’s the highest amount from those games.
New York City FC are following them closely behind with 41 points gathered from that same amount of games and New York Red Bulls along with Philadelphia Union are also competing in the race with 40 points.
Unfortunately for Toronto FC, their chances of winning the Eastern Conference for the first time in their history has suffered a huge setback as their top goal-scorer Sebastian Giovinco has picked up an injury which will be leaving him out of action for around 4 weeks.
A statement from Toronto FC confirmed the injury of the Italian attacker as the statement reads: “Sebastian Giovinco has been diagnosed with strains in his quadriceps and adductor. He is expected to be out of the line-up for 4 weeks.”
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Fabio Capello was appointed as the manager of Russia back in July of 2012 and his contract was initially agreed to keep Capello in charge of the national team at least until 2018 but after a string of underwhelming results and bad relationships that Capello had with certain players as well as with some executives, his time reached it’s end sooner than expected.
Due to his contract ending sooner than what it had stated, Capello is now set to earn around $16.7 million as compensation. This is a huge amount of money for a financial struggled football federation to pay and especially taking into consideration all of the disappointing results that Russia went through under the tutelage of Fabio Capello who failed to convince the head chiefs of the Russian national team and the national side is even at risk of not getting past the 2016 Euro’s after having lost against Austria.
The official governing body of football in Russia announced the departure of Fabio Capello in a press report which was published in their website and read“The Russian Football Union sincerely thanks Fabio Capello for the work he has done as the chief coach and wishes him success in his further professional activity’’ Continue reading Fabio Capello is no longer the coach of Russia and has to receive $16.7 million in compensation