Shortly after arriving at Stamford Bridge, US international defenders became part of Bruce’s Loan Army as they were sent to four different teams in four different countries over part of the five seasons. Now it looks like the change is in the air again. Miazga’s career at Chelsea was only two times he played for the first team in the club, but he had two years left to report to the club’s Cobbham training ground for the preseason. It will be finished soon.
“The plan is to go short and sweet. To be honest, that’s the goal,” he said before the CONCACAF Nations League match last month. “We’ll see what happens in the window. We know we’re having an interesting discussion with certain clubs and certain people. Early summer so we can have the right preseason somewhere. I want to do that, but I think it’s time to move on. Chelsea knows it, and I know it too. “
Originally from Clifton, NJ, he said of his experience at Chelsea, “I wish I had more chances, it’s football.” Nevertheless, the presence of defender nomads had its advantages. During the loan, he made more than 150 first team appearances in three top flight leagues. With Vitesse Arnhem in Eredivisie, the Netherlands. Nantes To FranceLeague One, Belgian First Division A with Anderlecht, and Second Tier British Championship with Reading. These experiences, as uneasy as his mission at Nantes lasted only eight games, made him a well-known product in Europe and advanced his game. Miazga states that he feels strongly physically and mentally and is more tactically aware.
“I bounced back a bit, but to be honest, I learned so I didn’t mean to change it for the world,” he said. “I learned a lot from these different countries, different football philosophies, and obviously different cultures, different countries, different languages and grown up pitches. So far, it’s been a good ride. “
When Miazga was young, bouncing didn’t bother him. That was when I moved on to the next adventure.However, at the age of 25, the former New York Red Bulls Centerback is ready to stabilize his life a little more. He got married in June and wants to enjoy the most reliable off-season possible for the upcoming season, at least in a world full of professional gaming topsy.
“I’m not young anymore. I want to calm down,” he said. “At the end of the season, it’s like,’Okay, I’m back here and it’s a stone.'”
Miazga appreciated his experience under the manager at Anderlecht Vincent Kompany, Who was an elite central defender during his playing career. He praised the preparation of the week’s companion and the manager’s ability to make Anderlecht successful.
“There are obviously a lot of good managers, but talking and talking, actually going and training, watching and analyzing videos, making sure all players know their role and content. It’s what you do. What you have to do, “said Miazga. “So I’m really happy to see it.”
It was common for players and managers to speak in the store after a training session where the companion helped Miazga refine the game. Miazga recalled Company’s suggestion to maintain a close relationship with the backpost runner “to eliminate the ball’s visibility” and to deny the opponent’s space. Miazga talked about “being a pessimist” when Anderlecht had the ball. He was also encouraged to become a leader and improve communication in the field.
“Sometimes I get angry, and I really demand at my direction,” he said. “But the way I convey my message may need to be calmer and more accurate than just screaming from anger, or just screaming, not anger. [exact] In communication, I think I have made great strides in that regard. “
Miazga is making progress at the club level, but there is some setback at the USMNT.when Aaron Long Collapsed due to Achilles tendon rupture Just before the finals of the Nations League, Miazga seemed to be a logical alternative. But instead, manager Gregg Berhalter Mark McKenzieAnd Miazga was limited to one substitute appearance in the second half of the match against Honduras in the semi-finals, which was less than a few minutes in the final. Mexico..
It was before these Nations League matches that Barholter seemed to foresee the role of Miazga. Defender is clearly included in the mix, but it’s not the first choice.
“We are considering a match and are considering a specific game plan,” Berholter said before the semi-finals against Honduras. “Matt is the man we are confident about, [who] “We trust and know that we play a role within our group,” he added. “I think everyone in this group here is a player who knows they are considering a World Cup qualifying and can help the team.”
Miazga doesn’t sound like someone takes the position of the national team for granted. Rather, he knows where he stands and how fast things change.
“Whenever I have a chance to play, I need to express the badge in the right way, express the coat of arms in the right way, and give it all,” he said. “It makes no difference to me. I’m there to work. If you have the opportunity, help the team. Of course, the national team, whenever you play, bet your claim, You’re on track, but in the United States, the spot isn’t guaranteed. You have to play well. You need to be in good shape and ultimately available. So for me now I’m just helping the team. Whenever I’m called. “
When the US team regroups for the World Cup qualifiers in September, Miazga may call another club home. He hopes that another change, which is a more important role at the international level, will soon follow.
– Soccer Sports
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