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The real fear that MLS causes Mikel Arriola

Liga MX president Mikel Arriola is afraid of MLS

Mikel Arriola, President of Liga MX
Mikel Arriola, President of Liga MX

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The MLS is growing by leaps and bounds and every year it becomes a very attractive league, because it has teams with good financial status, large stadiums and, above all, every season high-level players arrive in the United States.

This has caused they rival, the MX League be too afraid of the growth that the MLS has had in sports and economics. The sample is that the Seattle Sounders became the current champion of the Concacaf Champions League and displacing a Mexican team.
 

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Now the president of the MX League, Mikel Arriola recognized that the MLS has grown a lot and that if they don't work in a few years they will be overcome. This is the real fear for the Mexican manager and he said it in an interview for ESPN Deportes.
 

Mikel Arriola sees that in five years the MLS will surpass Liga MX

“I am concerned and I am working because the level of investment in MLS has increased by 600% in 12 years. If we don't make good investments in the next five years, MLS will overtake us,” said Mikel Arriola.

In this season, MLS hired great players from Europe such as Giorgio Chiellini, Gareth Bale, Lorenzo Insigne and Federico Bernardeschi, while Liga MX brought in Dani Alves.

Jose Castro

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