Toronto FC coach Bob Bradley added his voice Friday to the chorus wondering about America's inability to enact stricter gun laws in the wake of Tuesday's Texas elementary school shooting. Nineteen children and two teachers were killed inside their school in Uvalde by a gunman wielding two AR-style rifles, bought legally just after his 18th birthday. The slaughter has reignited the debate over U.S. gun laws. Bradley, an American who has coached in Britain, France, Norway and Egypt as well as Nort
Messi, who is a seven-time Ballon d'Or winner, left Barcelona at the end of the 2020/21 season after the Catalonian giants hit serious financial issues and couldn't afford to keep him on their books. Since joining the likes of Neymar Jr and Kylian Mbappe at PSG, the Argentine has gone on to make 34 appearances across all competitions and scored 11 goals along the way. Many have been underwhelmed by Messi's impact in the French capital, and rumours of a possible move to MLS have been doing the rounds.
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