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Predicting the 2022 MLS Season

MLS Season

There is a new season of MLS currently underway, and with the games only just starting up, it is clear that there is going to be plenty for everyone to be talking about in the upcoming months.

The sport is famous for its unpredictability, and as such, it can be incredibly difficult trying to decide how a season is actually going to play out. That being said, it’s always worth a try, isn’t it? This article will take into account how some teams are looking and what their current players are like to try and predict what the MLS 2022 season is going to look like.

If you are interested and want to try and get ahead with the outcomes of the season, then be sure to keep on reading. 

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MLS Season

If you want to stay up to date with all of the latest news about MLS, you should stay up to date with what is happening by visiting different betting sites. These sites come with soccer betting odds, but they are also incredibly good for telling you what teams are performing like and whether or not different teams are going to be able to withstand the pressure of the season or not. 

Douglas Costa Will Bring the Flash

Douglas Costa is a 31 year old winger that has signed for LA and declared in an interview when discussing his recent transfer that he intended on bringing, “the flash that LA expects”. There is no getting away from the fact that this is very much likely to happen as Costa is renowned for being one of the best dribblers in the world and has won a number of titles at a number of clubs, including Juventus, Shakhtar Donetsk and Bayern Munich. This wealth of experience is going to make Costa one to watch for the 2022 MLS season. 

Gabriel Slonina Might Go to Europe

There seems to be a bit of a tradition at the minute of American goalkeepers heading over to Europe. This is happening with Matt Turner who has agreed to join Arsenal, and Chicago Fire’s very own may well not be that far behind him. Impressively, he is currently one of the youngest goalkeepers to play in the MLS at only 17 years old; however, his recent performances prove that age is just a number. Thanks to his consistent seasons, he might get snapped up by a European club before the season is over.

Toronto Will Fail to Gel

Toronto has recently undergone a massive reshaping and as such, it is likely they might struggle to gel and their performance will suffer as a result. It is quite likely that we are going to see Toronto have a fairly poor season thanks to such a massive change around. Only time will tell, of course, but there is no doubt the team are going to have a tough season ahead of them, and will need to bond quickly to build the team spirit.