The Orlando Pride may be struggling, but they are going for a trophy at home.
It’s time to get serious.
There’s no denying it, but the Pride are the best in the world right now.
They have a long road ahead of them, but if they can get a title at home, they have a shot at winning a major trophy.
And, of course, the team has its own goal to achieve this season.
The Orlando Pride have a chance to win a Major League Soccer (MLS) championship at the start of this season, and that title is worth every penny.
So let’s look at where the Pride can be most successful on the road this season and where they could get a little more success if they continue to win.
Orlando City SC The Pride have the most to prove right now with their new coach, Adrian Heath, in charge.
Heath was brought in to lead the club from its second division status to the MLS, and he will need to put the team in the best shape it can be to compete for the title.
His team has a ton of talent, but some of the players who are most likely to be key to the Pride’s title success are players like midfielder Amandine Henry and goalkeeper Kadeisha Buchanan.
Henry is the top-rated player on the team right now and he has proven to be one of the best goalkeepers in the league.
Buchanan, who was named to the NWSL All-Star team, is a good all-around goalkeeper, but she also has a lot of speed and agility.
While the team hasn’t had a lot to work with yet, the Pride have made significant progress with their roster this offseason and that will only continue as they work to put together a winning squad for this season’s title.
The Pride have shown some glimpses of what they could do on the pitch this season through Heath and he is hoping to bring some excitement to the team as the season nears its conclusion.
In his first season as a head coach, Heath was able to build the Pride into one of MLS’s best teams.
This season will be no different, but he is still searching for the right balance of pace and skill in his team.
With Heath on board, the pride will be able to push themselves a bit further in the playoffs, but there will be some hard work ahead of the Pride to get there.
Toronto FC The Toronto FC have the best of both worlds.
As it stands right now, Toronto FC is sitting at the top of the Eastern Conference, but with Heath taking over, the club is now a legitimate threat to earn a top-four spot in the East.
If Toronto can add another striker and keep a solid defense in place, it has a legitimate shot at reaching the MLS Cup Playoffs.
TFC has a solid forward core in Sebastian Giovinco, who is one of Canada’s best goal scorers, and Sebastian Giovinfos goal is something that could really push Toronto to the top.
However, there is a huge question mark with the back line of the team.
While Toronto has a strong back line, it is still missing a couple of players who can help the backline and give it some more attacking flair.
Jermaine Jones and Michael Bradley have been key pieces of the back four, but that doesn’t mean they will always be the best.
Toronto will need both Bradley and Jones to step up their game and help them reach the playoffs.
Seattle Sounders There are a couple players on the roster who are just as capable as anyone on the entire team.
In fact, the Sounders have two players that are just a few months younger than anyone else on the squad, with two of them being just 18 years old.
For Seattle, there are some key players to keep an eye on, especially as the playoffs nears.
Forward Kei Kamara is one player that Seattle has been working to get back to his best.
He has been in and out of the lineup since coming over from Vancouver, but has shown flashes of brilliance in his limited time with the club.
Seattle has some good forwards, but Kamara, with his speed, will have to be on the field when the team is trying to score goals and will also have to step in and defend if Seattle wants to get out of their own way.
On the back end, defender Kekuta Manneh is also a player that will have an impact this season as Seattle will have two young defenders, and will be relying on their speed and creativity to score in key situations.
Montreal Impact Montreal has been trying to get into the playoffs for a long time, but a couple years ago, things seemed to get a bit shaky.
After winning the 2013-14 MLS Cup, Montreal was one of many teams who were knocked out in the