Just wanted to hear your thoughts as every season brings MLS managers with clubs with high expectations, yet poor results/poor season record on the hot seat. Do you think will hear Wynalda's name mentioned as a serious candidate for a MLS manager's position? Do you feel he's earned an opportunity to show what he can at the MLS level? Which MLS clubs that may make a manager change do you feel would be a good match for Wynalda (and the possible baggage that may accompany him). I can see him as supported and beloved by an MLS side's supporter group as he will be honest in his assessments with media-savvy flair as only Wynalda can be. Oh and I'm sure MLS brass would enjoy reading his pre- and post- game comments on the referees, what needs to be addressed in MLS, etc in newspapers each week. Wynalda as an MLS manager, good for the league? Brings the type of attention you want for the league if he says something not to PC? I know he was rumored to be interested in Chivas USA and, I think, the Fire at one point during their coaching searches. I must say beating a Portland side that had a good number of their top players playing was eye-catching to say the least. Not a big fan of his commentary, but maybe worth a chance at being a MLS manager in the near future.