Tuesday, September 27, 2022

MLS has less average age than Liga MX

Football players like Kaka, Thierry Henry, Andrea Pirlo, Bastian Schweinsteiger, they have withdrawn Playing properly in the MLS, a position for which many consider it a retirement league for established footballers.

In Mexico, the discourse has been heard many times that United States and Canada League It’s A League In Which Europe’s Greatest Celebrities Are Just About To Pass His final years in professional football.

However, according to the particular Transfermark site, it states that The median age in MLS (25.8 years old) is shorter than in Liga MX (27.2 years old).

According to the same site, the youngest players in MLS are: obed vargasSeattle Sounders (16 years, 6 months and 23 days), New York Red Bull’s Serge Ngoma (16 years, 7 months and 18 days) and Niko Tsakiris of the San Jose Earthquakes (16 years, 8 months and 22 days).

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In Liga MX, the youngest players are: Heriberto Jurado (17 years, 6 months and eight days), Emiliano García (18 years, 8 months and 6 days) and Francisco García Flores (18 years, 9 months and 6 days).

MLS exports to Europe

Additionally, MLS has exported youth such as Alfonso Davies (title at Bayern Munich), Brendan Aaronsson (Leeds United), Jorge Bello (Arminia Bielfield), Kevin Paredes (Wolfsburg), Ricardo Pepi (Augsburg), among others.

In addition, recently Sent goalkeeper Gabriel Slonina, just 17 years oldfor Chelsea in England, although he would still be with the Chicago Fire team for the rest of the year.

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