Manchester City Preps NYCFC Boss Jason Kreis: City Man | MLS Insider Presented by adidas June 15, 2014 Man City Followers Video Rating: four / five Tags:adidas, Boss, City, Insider, Jason, Kreis, Manchester, NYCFC, Preps, Presented Related Posts Lego Football: 2011/12 English Premier League – Manchester City vs Manchester United CITY SCORE 17! Highlights of City Ladies 17-0 win over Middleton FIFA 13 Full Default Formation List & Suggestions for Manchester City, Real Madrid and Barcelona About The Author Acid 25 Comments Kai Sauer Even though I am a United fan, I loved this! The level of production you expect from ESPN June 15, 2014 Log in to Reply ace versace It’s a good idea by city I think big European teams with money should do it means youngsters get more first team experience plus find good American players and gives the league more recognition win win June 15, 2014 Log in to Reply Benjo B I hope every big team in the top 3 leagues would make a team in the MLS. June 15, 2014 Log in to Reply Jason Nkansah MLS is great but has one big problem players the designated player rule they should let clubs singh as many top european players as they want and let them pay wat they want June 15, 2014 Log in to Reply Fayadh Jamil I’m a little confused. Whats the difference between the new york red bulls and new york fc? June 15, 2014 Log in to Reply Major League Soccer Jason Kreis: City Man. #MLSInsider June 15, 2014 Log in to Reply xiempie Great watch! June 15, 2014 Log in to Reply ivobondptbe It would be great to see guys like Lopes, Hiwula and Fofana play for NYCFC June 15, 2014 Log in to Reply yatesy117 Great watch thanks for uploading. June 15, 2014 Log in to Reply 28tommyP Good luck to him and NYCFC June 15, 2014 Log in to Reply Yowalshy I think Jimmy Conrad should help out in this club in any way possible. He said a few months back he wants to help out with managment. June 15, 2014 Log in to Reply Donovan Ringo really think Jason Kriss is going to do a good job with NYCFC just dont know if man city higher ups will give him time to develop their own style. Man City Style may not work in MLS June 15, 2014 Log in to Reply Ibrahim Alnowfi They should have open trial for nyc player we have a lot of talent over here who just need a lucky break June 15, 2014 Log in to Reply MartinWalls222 The four players they should loan should be: 1) Marcos Lopes- Can play with the first team, but is missing the exp to be a consistent contributor in todays City XI. 2) John Guidetti- Hes coming back from a major injury this year with Stoke, so one full (hopefully healthy season in MLS) will help him immensely going forward. 3) Emyr Huws- Hes been a difference maker since joining Bitmingham on Loan & he can hopefully make a bigger name for himself at NYCF. 4) Scott Sinclair or Jack Rodwell- Its safe to say both of these players can be considered Flops for Manchester City. Rodwell has been very injury prone & has been shaky when actually given opportunities with the first team so MLS could really help him develop & get his confidence back. Sinclair was just a transfer deadline YOLO buy who was never given a real chance… probably because he wasn’t good enough, but he can still make an impact in MLS & try to reignite his carrer. Thoughts? June 15, 2014 Log in to Reply boxing2012 I read somewhere a Man City coach actually asked Kreis whether players in the US actually train every day. Then they wonder why our national team is better than theirs. June 15, 2014 Log in to Reply Kyle James Man City do not play beautiful football and their team is just built around players they buy! They don’t develop a young prospect and make him into a star! Manchester City are only good because of the money they have and spend! June 15, 2014 Log in to Reply nudels25 Incorrect Messi statement made by JK June 15, 2014 Log in to Reply Carole Powell Too bad the Owners and GM are not smart enough to go out a just develop a great coach themselves, but to go take one away from a small market team who took the time to develop Jason who nobody else saw in him what RSL saw in him. RSL, Built, not bought. NYCFC, just another D-bag of a team that only knows how to do one thing………open up the check book. June 15, 2014 Log in to Reply alllack ballack lmaoo man city person saying they wont buy the best player the irony is fatal June 15, 2014 Log in to Reply Mason Francione He can’t say Melbourne right June 15, 2014 Log in to Reply Eli B More mls insider!!! June 15, 2014 Log in to Reply Juan Velazquez Its interesting to see what clubs in the MLS have been able to create recently. A substatial culture in the club and city. A real excitement over their clubs, and not just regarding Orlando or NYFC, but also those before them like Toronto, Sounders and Sporting. I only hope older clubs, that havent had the substatial growth and support as these more recent clubs, find a way to make sure they dont get left behind. MLS is growing and im happy for that! always gonna be proud of our Chicago Fire though! with last years MVP, we started to make a little more noise and, rough start but hopefully a great coming season ahead! June 15, 2014 Log in to Reply RealSpeed3 I loved Jason as a coach at RSL, and I think he is potentially setting himself up to be the US national team coach in the future. June 15, 2014 Log in to Reply Falconshuffle24 I personally cannot wait to see what’s going to be done with this team. I’m expecting big things from NYC and I’ll be there at the first game :D June 15, 2014 Log in to Reply Blake Leonard Lolololol June 15, 2014 Log in to Reply Add a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.