Ive played with yura and he is a great player he is fast,smart and he has skills
so i think he will do good in europe i wish u good luck bro
I hope Yura makes it back to RSL. I always appreciated what he brought to the
table and think he has a better chance of improving here than with Randers. Good luck with Randers Yura. You have all the right build, speed, and skills
to succeed. You are just missing that x factor to become a top flight striker.
Thank you so much for helping RSL win a championship.
I can't agree with you more. The only thing holding soccer back in this country
is money. MLS has been very wise to advance and build slowly, but until they can
pay for deeper rosters, be able to attract a higher level of talent, which
includes retaining a lot of the best American and Canadian talent, they won't
catch the bigger leagues. The ticket buying soccer fanatic is out there in
droves in the US, they just don't want to spend their money to watch what they
consider (when comared to ManU, Real Madrid, etc.) a lower level of play. I
don't watch the EPL, I watch MLS so it doesn't bother me.Speaking of Real
Madrid, are they going to come and check out Rio Tinto any time soon?
I/m glad that he is leaving with a ring and the win in the MLS Cup Match!!! Good
I'm on a five year assignment with my company to the US and have my family with
me. My nine-year-old son has played football since age 3 in Germany and began to
play with the largest club in Denver a year ago. He was shocked to find the
skill level at this US club to be very similar to his quite successful German
club. We have since watched youth football here from U9 though U17
and I can tell you that it will only be a matter of time before the US plays a
World Cup final. Sure there are huge gaps that I see in US training and most
coaches here have adequate ball skill but still lack the "feel" of the game. I
see very little training in tactics compared to Germany but I'm optimistic about
the future of the sport in this country. You may be correct that US
football may be comparable to some of the smaller European nations but until the
MLS pays more and consistently sustains a truly international level of play it
will not attract the talent needed to compete in the 'big leagues'.
He has made a great contribution to RSL and to MLS. I also wish him well.
We wish you all the best.
It's time to expose the myth that European soccer is universally better than
soccer here in the US. Yes, leagues in England, Spain, Germany and Italy are
undoubtedly better. But the same can't be said for the league Movsisyan is
headed for, or for Scotland or for many other small leagues across the Atlantic.
What Movsisyn may get is increased exposure. An argument can be made the the
big European clubs will be more likely to notice him. For that reason, I wish
him the best of luck despite feeling a little jilted that he's leaving RSL.
We will be thinking about you and watching your progress Yura. Thank you for
your contributions and keeping a good attitude despite not getting the playing
time. Good luck, but hope to see you come back next year.
lets hope Randers gets relegatedand deals him back to salt lake.
RSL will miss Yura next season, he is still very young and capable of much much
more. Maybe RSL will use some of that allocation money to lure him back when
Rander's is relegated. "Good Luck Yura you have scored some of RSL's
biggest goals the past two season's and you were a huge part of bringing a
championship to Utah"
in the infamous words of Gob Bluth, "I think I've made a huge mistake." Good