Question: Which overseas player would you like to see in MLS this year and for what team?
Joe, Miami Monsters: Won’t happen till the World Cup is over but I would love to see Thierry Henry on the Red Bulls. He is still amazing and I would love to see him face up against some up and coming US players.
Charles, MetroStars: If he doesn’t get a fair run-out at his new Portuguese club Estoril, Bryan Arguez (44 caps, 2 goals for various US youth national teams) should consider a move to MLS at the end of the 2010-11 season. It’s been about 2 years for Arguez overseas now, and he has only made one first-team appearance since August of 2008. Perhaps he fits at San Jose, as the Quakes clearly need help. Allocation pending.
Connor, Ninety Plus: Marcos Senna to Seattle Sounders FC. If there’s one thing that Seattle lacks, its a talented, relentless destroyer to play behind Ljungberg. Senna fits that bill.
Chris, Dynamo Fan: The popular rumor is Thierry Henry to the Red Bulls which would be a nice headline grabbing move for a team that could certainly use another scoring threat. If we’re playing the game of ANY overseas player, I think someone like Didier Drogba would do well with the physicality of MLS and would make a great striker partner to Brian Ching for the Dynamo. He would most likely get sent off once every three matches or so, however.
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