So I'm a fan of MLS and thinking of doing a CM in this league, possibly a story too.
I'm all about starheads, sorry if that offends anyone, but I just struggle to enjoy CM without players real faces, or at least kind of close in terms of looks.
With that in mind thinking of retiring a player and letting them manage a low-level MLS club. Don't know if you guys will know all the players, let me know your thoughts though.
Option 1: Ron Vlaar - Hasn't played for AZ Almaar all season, injury prone, has the leadership trait, read somewhere wants to go I to managing, where better to start than the MLS?
Option 2: Luis Robles - Has recently retired but is still in the game, had quite a decent MLS career, captained Inter Miami, so clearly a leader, has links to Germany so possible influx of German starheads
Option 3: Drew Moor - One of my personal favourite MLS players, has taken some coaching sessions at his current club (Rapids) because of Covid, so bit of experience there. Been around the league a long time
Option 4 - Maynor Figueroa, the Honduras legend, been in MLS sometime. Unsure whether he is likely to take up coaching when he retires, but if I choose him, will obviously bring a few Spanish speaking starheads.
I'll try follow roster rules and salary cap and all that too, just need to decide which option....