What They're Saying

“Not that I’m planning to go to Brazil, because I’m not, but it would also give people the opportunity to go to the World Cup if they wanted to for four or five days, or six days, whether you’re a trainer or team administrator or something like that. Instead, the [MLS] office will be there and the U.S. Soccer office will be there and the rest of us will toil away here and watch it on TV.”

-- Seattle Sounders coach Sigi Schmid, upset that MLS clubs will enter the U.S. Open Cup during a nine-day window June 10-18 when they -- players and staff -- supposed to get a break during the group stage of the World Cup. (Seattle Times)
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