Ryan Nelsen has his first three points as a head coach, against Sporting KC no less, and he joins the guys to dish on all things Toronto FC and MLS.
For one, he's a proponent of paying players based on their contributions. It seems a foreign passport won't be the reason why players receive a big payday in Toronto. They'll have to earn it.
He also touches on the Reds' first win since July 18, a game that could very well help ease some of the burden felt throughout the club after such a difficult stretch.
"It was a big relief to the whole club. There's quite a few scars left here," Nelsen said. "I think that was the first [win] since July, which is obviously pretty astonishing. When you kind of see behind the scenes and what's going on with the recruitment and the thought process and all that, there wasn't much in place. For everybody, it's hopefully a step forward. We're really trying to change the whole identity, the culture."
Listen to Nelsen discuss Toronto FC, salary cap maneuvering and QPR's chances for survival in the latest episode (4:15 – 18:07), and don’t miss an interview with Montreal Impact captain Davy Arnaud (33:10 – 43:59).