I would rather see Canadian Players play in MLS and get some minutes than ride the pine on a Euro team somewere. I believe in the next 3 years when all of our MLS teams are competitive we will see our boys return. s far as Peters I have to admit I was not a big fan of I thought he was to inconsistent but Maybe a change of scenery will help.
I think MLS would be a great fit for him and at this point it makes the most sense
If even Bournemouth don't want Jaime, it is a signal to him (he's 25 today, I think) that something has to change. As others noted, maybe a move to MLS is order. His agent should start making calls.
Not surprised to see this happen. I wish him the best but I can't see an MLS team using an international spot on him.
Peters left out of Holland pre-season tour: http://www.eadt.co.uk/sport/ipswich-...trip_1_1445889
"At the end of last campaign, Blues boss Paul Jewell said Ellington and Peters could move on over the summer if clubs wanted them and talks regarding their futures are believed to have taken place with their agents. Both have a year remaining on their contracts."
So many Canadians just rotting away...
Peters is in danger of a complete fizzle out; my worry is that coming to MLS is actually usually a last step before a career end. If he doesn't make it in MLS, he's toast. In THAT respect, I'd rather see him stay in Europe, personally, I'm not sure he'd succeed over here.
MLS doesn't get the respect it deserves as a tough league to succeed in, if not the most talented league in the world. You have to be very physical at times. I worry Peters would be another Gianluca over here, even if he is much more athletically sound
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