Garth Lager, Garth Loger, Eggo discussed on ExtraTime
Okay, so let's take it first. First I want to say that I think what we are witnessing is a sign that Garth loger way is, I don't know if this is like, hey, this has Garth lager was fingerprints all over it. These moose. To me, my personal opinion is more of like Garth where he came in and he's course correcting. You know, he probably came in and looked at what was happening. And listen, Carlos book an eggo told us earlier towards the end of the last season that they were in a bit of a salary cap crunch. He let us know that this was going to happen, essentially. And then you have players like Alan Franco, Mercedes Moreno expensive players that haven't really been excellent for Atlanta United. They become dispensable, and when you're trying to clear up space to rebuild and keep positions like the back line, the number 6, the spine, essentially, and the number 9 position, well, these players are going to have to move on. So for me, it was like Garth lague coming in and seeing the reality of the united in terms of roster building. And before he can really, I think this team can become a Garth lager way sort of team. You have to do make these moves and move people on. And so what does that say about the dynamics with Carlos bodega Garth are always always said that he's going to work with everyone here in Atlanta. And I think it's a bit of a political and diplomatic way of saying it. But we all know that Garth lager way is highly respected perhaps the best GM in the league. Exactly. It's like he knows what he's doing. He knows what he's doing. I expect him to be all over this all over the front office all over the moves. The roster moves. And eventually really implanting what he believes that led united can be on the field and off the field as well. But I don't think this is the off season where we're going to see all that come to fruition. We're seeing what needs to happen in order to take that next step. Joseph Martinez part of that always headlines in Atlanta always something talk about with Felipe carnes of the athletic. Felipe, you're on a break, you're hanging out. You're not in sweatpants, get out of the house, go do something, have a coffee man. We appreciate your time. Always guys, take care see you soon. All right, let's bring on a guest now an expert in Argentine football, football, however you wanna say it, Pedro coats, Peter Coates. He's here with us now.