Back in February, I was working for the Seattle Sounders of the USL First Division. I got the chance to interview ex-Sounder superstar Brian Ching.
It was only the third post in a budding blog, so I’m sure not many people got to see it. Here are the highlights…
JM: What are some things that stand out from your time in Seattle with the Sounders?
BC: I really enjoyed Seattle in the summer; it’s probably my favorite city – outside of Hawaii – in the summer, because there is so much water there, it’s so green.
JM: How do you think you developed as a player in your time here?
BC: I honestly feel that if I didn’t play with the Sounders, I wouldn’t have come as far as I did –- playing in the MLS and with the national team.
For me it was a tremendous learning Qiu Qiu Pkv experience; it allowed me to grow, to become a better player. I picked up my level play, my speed of play and speed of thought… I learned how to manage myself and my body, learned how to be a pro.
JM: In your opinion, how was the MLS progressed and what does the future look like?
BC: I think it’s developed tremendously and it’s continuing to develop. I think they’re slowly increasing teams at the right pace with the right ideas in mind, having soccer specific stadiums for any new teams coming in.
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