Bastian Schweinsteiger completes Chicago Fire move

Bastian Schweinsteiger's move from Manchester United to Chicago Fire has been completed, the Premier League club have confirmed. "I hope we get results soon because I don't like to lose".

"The World Cup victor has joined the Major League Soccer side on a permanent basis after passing a medical and receiving his visa".

And manager Veljko Paunovic revealed that despite any possible jet-lag, the 32-year-old took part in a training session this morning where he seemed to have quite an effect and is available for the weekend's match against Montreal.

"We have not only a world-class player, but a world-class man".

I wonder, with your addition to this team, is it a fair expectation to see a clear pathway towards a World Cup competition to come out of Chicago?.

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It was also noted that coaches are now game-planning to defend leapers, which adds to the scenario Blandino described. And if there's still just the two challenge flags per game, there's little chance that it would slow the game down.

He added: "Even when I was training alone, just me and one of United's fitness coaches, I loved going onto the field, doing sprints, being at the training ground".

"My head is more than 100 percent".

"I think in football everything is realistic and I always believe in the team which I play for that you can win the game", the German said.

"Everyone made it so easy for me, there are very good characters and the qualities in the team and I am looking forward to playing".

The head of Bayern Munich's social media in America, Cristian Nyari, was in attendance for Wednesday afternoon's press conference, at which Schweini was unveiled, and he took note of some of the more. stupid questions that were aimed at the 2014 World Cup victor. "I had a great time there, especially with the teammates and the staff".

  • Lawrence Cooper