The coach Miguel Herrera begins to sound like an alternative to manage in the Major League Soccer, once he was fired by Club America, due to the elimination against LAFC and for the fight he caused against a member of the coaching staff of the US team. However, it will not be easy due to the MLS rules. After the incident that occurred with the Los Angeles FC assistant for the Concacafsemifinals, coach Miguel Herrera could have gotten all the MLS doors closed on him, due to the strict code of ethics of that league, which we know is much more professional than the Liga MX.
The MLS is very inflexible due to the strict disciplinary code that it manages, which would be the main obstacle for the coach Miguel Herrera not to reach that league, despite having an important international career. Several figures such as Zlatan Ibrahimovic or Rafael Márquez, as well as coaches such as the Argentine Matías Almeyda of the San Jose Earthquakes, have already been severely punished by said code, which tells us about the intolerance of the MLS in acts of both verbal and physical violence, on and off the court.
Major League Soccer has been so inflexible by this disciplinary code that important negotiations such as that of the Italian Balotelli, who was going to arrive with the Philadelphia Union was canceled, as well as that of Agustín Rossi, who could not sign with Minnesota United, due to a history of domestic violence. There are also the cases of the coach Mike Petke, who was fired from Real Salt Lake after insulting a referee in the Leagues Cup.
In that sense, the incident in which the coach Miguel Herrera got involved with an LAFC assistant could be the definitive barrier for MLS to say no, to the Mexican, this situation could surely be solved with a strong commitment from the coach, However, if he arrived at the MLS, Miguel would be widely observed by the league leaders.