What They're Saying: Mauro Biello

"I just want to put things clear. Didier wasn't selected to start the game, and I spoke with him. He didn't accept the fact to come off the bench, and in the end he didn't want to be in the 18. Yes there's a little bit of tightness in his back, but he was capable of playing, and he said he didn't accept the fact that he was coming off the bench. The club is going to take care of the situation."

-- Montreal Impact coach Mauro Biello on star Didier Drogba, who didn't dress for Sunday's MLS game against Toronto FC, which ended in a 2-2 tie. (SI.com)
1 comment about "What They're Saying: Mauro Biello".
  1. Ryan Dold, October 18, 2016 at 3:06 p.m.

    Cool. All that money for a guy that wont play on turf and wont come off the bench. Great Job MLS. He is raising the level of the league right? His salary fully justifies the caliber of his presence right? Not his fault. I love the guy but he has no business making all that money while our homegrowns dont get a chance and so many under paid.

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