När det gyllengula filtret slår fel och färgar storebror Peters tänder gula men lämnar huden blek som i ett vattenlik. Du ser det men tänker att ingen bryr sig. Han är ändå inte en kändis. Det är du och jag Trump. Du och jag.
Om du har missat att Keyyo har haft premiär på sin nya Talkshow Keyyo&CO så kan du se den här. Clara Henry är den första gästen.
LA Galaxys tidigare tränare Sigi Schmid avled under sin hjärtoperation. RIP.
Får jag gissa att han kommer att sitta i morgon TV om några år där han berättar att han inte vill förknippas med namnet Wahlgren. Han ville byta till det mer anonyma Ingrosso men det satte pappa stopp för.
Dagens mysterium. Pernilla Wahlgren fick en resväska av märket Louis Vuitton av Bianca i present. Inte ett bildbevis på det finns i Pernillas kanaler. I sin nyaste podd med Alice berättar Bianca att även pappa Emilio kanske ska få en. Alice får nästan andnöd då en väska enligt henne kostar en årslön. Bianca har hånat sin mamma för att vara en shopp-o-holic så vad kan man säga om detta köp mer än att sådan mor sådan dotter?
LA Galaxy Forward Zlatan Ibrahimović has become the third active player to reach 500 career goals across his senior career between club and country. After scoring a goal tonight against Toronto FC at BMO Field, he joined Juventus’ Cristiano Ronaldo and FC Barcelona’s Lionel Messi as the only active players to have scored 500 senior goals for club and country.
Throughout his senior career at the club level, Ibrahimović has made 747 appearances while scoring 438 goals and adding 167 assists across his time with Malmö FF, Ajax, Juventus, FC Internazionale, FC Barcelona, AC Milan, Paris-Saint Germain, Manchester United and the LA Galaxy. For Sweden, he has made 114 senior appearances and scored 62 goals. Overall, Ibrahimović has won 33 total trophies throughout his distinguished career.
Ibrahimović now has scored 17 goals in 18 MLS appearances since joining the LA Galaxy, making him the second leading scorer in MLS. In total, Zlatan Ibrahimović has 17 goals and eight assists during his time with the LA Galaxy, including five game-winning goals.
Galaxy head coach; Dominic Kinnear to take over 6:17 PM CEST ESPN
Sigi Schmid has stepped down as LA Galaxy manager effective immediately, the MLS club confirmed on Monday.
He will be replaced by Galaxy assistant coach Dominic Kinnear.
Schmid had returned to the club in July 2017 after then-coach Curt Onalfo was sacked.
Schmid had previously been in charge of the Galaxy for five years from 1999-2004 and won the MLS Cup in 2002.
Sigi Schmid returned to the LA Galaxy last summer. Thomas B. Shea-USA TODAY Sports He has also won the MLS Coach of the Year Award twice, first in 1999 and then again in 2008 when he won the MLS Supporters’ Shield/Cup double with Columbus Crew. Schmid also won the MLS Supporters’ Shield and four U.S. Open Cups with Seattle before he was fired in July of 2016.
Kinnear was hired as Schmid’s assistant in August of last year.
The former Houston Dynamo coach, who ranks third among MLS coaches with 166 career wins, joined Schmid’s staff after parting ways with the San Jose Earthquakes in June 2017.
The Galaxy are in eighth place in the Western Conference, two spots out of a playoff berth.
Effective immediately Sigi Schmid is stepping down from @LAGalaxy as head coach with Dominic Kinnear taking over as interim. #MLS
Official: Sigi Schmid resigns at LA Galaxy, Dominic Kinnear takes the reins
September 10, 201812:52PM EDT
With the LA Galaxy mired in a six-match winless stretch and on the outside of the playoff picture with six matches remaining, head coach Sigi Schmid has stepped down little over a year after taking the job, the Galaxy announced Monday. ESPN’s Taylor Twellman first reported the news on Monday morning.
Assistant Dominic Kinnear, who has more than a decade of MLS head coaching experience between Houston and San Jose, will take over on an interim basis.
Schmid, the winningest coach in MLS history, departs the post less than 14 months after he assumed it in late July of 2017 with the Galaxy amid a similar skid.
But Schmid leaves with the Galaxy struggling again, three points beneath the playoff line and having played at least one match more than all but one of the six teams currently above said line.
Kinnear’s first task will be solidifying a defense that has conceded 18 goals over their winless stretch that most recently included a 6-2 defeat at Real Salt Lake on Sept. 1.
The match was the Galaxy’s second defeat by that scoreline to the Claret-and-Cobalt in as many seasons. The previous year, the loss came at home in Curt Onalfo’s third-to-last match in charge prior to Schmid’s arrival.