ST. LOUIS • Major League Soccer’s commissioner said he’s “confident” St. Louis will get a team in the league’s four-team expansion, if voters approve financing for a stadium Tuesday. “I’m very confident that if we’re able to go forward here, all that energy behind bringing MLS to St. Louis for many many years will be fulfilled,” Garber said Monday at a news conference here. “But we still have work to do.” Garber was referring to the expansion process, which includes bids from St. Louis and 11 other communities around the country. Two of the four new franchises are expected to be announced later this year. Garber appeared in St. Louis a week before city voters will decide on Proposition 2, which
Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez has graced some of the finest stadiums in the world, and also a Chilean jail as a goalkeeper. A distinguished playing career has carried the Chilean from his homeland to Emirates Stadium via Udinese and Barcelona. While growing up in South America, Alexis was eager to find game time wherever possible.That meant going wherever there was competition and playing in any position asked of him.
(removes reference to La Paz as Bolivia's capital) * Defensive errors costly for Argentina * Bolivia deserved winners in exciting encounter * Argentina fall to fifth in South America group LA PAZ