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PARIS -- Yes, it is cute but, no, it is not safe.UEFA explained Tuesday why it does not want players children to join in post-match celebrations at the European Championship.The scenes of toddlers in full Wales kit joining their dads on the pitch after another Euro 2016 win has added to the surprise semifinalists feel-good story and delighted spectators.However, UEFA has asked for no more on-field family scenes when Wales plays Portugal in Lyon on Wednesday.It is a European Championship not a family party, UEFAs tournament director Martin Kallen said at a briefing.A stadium is not the most safe place for small kids, Kallen said. There could be problems if fans invaded the field, and stadium staff operating machinery on the playing surface could also be an issue.Among the most vivid and defining images of Euro 2016 was Wales star Gareth Bale laughing and chasing his three-year-old daughter, Alba Violet, across the Parc des Princes pitch in Paris after a 1-0 win against Northern Ireland in the round of 16.To be able to share it with my daughter and my family was emotional for me, Bale said later. Obviously I havent seen them for four or five weeks now. Its an amazing experience, one Ill never forget.Germany team manager Oliver Bierhoff sided with UEFA, saying: For me its a bit too much at times. I think the notion that you take to the pitch as a team and stay as a team is not wrong.The circle (of team associates) is always getting bigger and it reaches a stage where you cant miss it. From that point of view, I can understand such a decision or suggestion from UEFA, said Bierhoff.After stunning Belgium in the quarterfinals last Saturday, an entire teams worth of Welsh players children had a kickabout in the goalmouth in front of the Wales fans in the stadium at Lille.It is nice pictures, Kallen acknowledged. We are not 100 percent against it but we are cautious.UEFAs request to the Wales football federation was first reported on Monday by The Associated Press.The Wales team is following a recent football tradition of players celebrating with their children, especially after cup finals. In France, the children of several team players, including from Portugal and Croatia, have appeared on the pitch.It is getting more and more a habit that entire family members would like to go on the pitch or into the technical area, Kallen said. The principle is how far you go with having other people on the pitch than the players. People with accreditation cards should be on the pitch and not more.Kallen said UEFA has a responsibility to identify risk and ensure safety inside stadiums.Small kids of five, six years -- if something happened, what do you do afterwards? What do you say? he said. From our side there should be a certain order. Blue Neymar Jersey . The Nashville Predators were glad their captain was still on their side. Weber had a goal and two assists, and Roman Josi scored the shootout winner to lift the Predators to a 4-3 win over the Flyers on Thursday night. White Neymar Jersey . Dukurs winning time was 1 minute, 45.76 seconds, a quarter-second better than Russias Alexander Tretiakov. Lativas Tomass Dukurs was third, 1.41 seconds off the pace. Jon Montgomery of Eckville, Alta. . Vettel was 0.168 seconds faster than Red Bull teammate Mark Webber around the Suzuka circuit. Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg was two tenths of a second off Vettel. 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"Are we happy where were at? No. And they understand Im not happy where were at. Do I hold them accountable and blame them for the decisions? No, I think they probably inherited most of these decisions. They didnt make all of these decisions. "Have we done as well as we would have hoped to do, even with the bad decisions they had to inherit? No, and I think theyd admit it. But I think what we need to do as an organization, all of us, the hand we were dealt is the hand we were dealt, we all knew it going in. And now what we need to do is not complain about it, not bitch about it, not revisit it. "I think weve got to focus every day on saying how do we fix this and get better. And thats what Im encouraging all of us to do, including me. That this needs to be going forward, how do we make this a better organization, lets not revisit what got us here." Leiweke spoke favourably of Payne-- "He knows where the bodies are buried and he knows what it takes to build a championship team" -- in a June 4 in-house interview aired on YouTube. In the same video, he said he was looking forward to getting to know the coaches. While Leiweke, who oversaw the Los Angeles Galaxy during his time in charge of AEG, told The Canadian Press he would withhold judgment on TFC, he seemed to offer several signals in the interview. Payne, who has been in the league from Day 1, and Nelsen, a rookie manager who began his playing career in MLS, have complained about officiating throughout the season. Leiweke, asked about Saturdays 0-0 tie with the New York Red Bulls, acknowledged that Toronto was "not catching any breaks." But he refused to dwell on it. "I tend to believe that sitting here and revisiting those calls doesnt serve much of a purpose," he explained. "And so we probably have to as an organization spend less time bitching and more time just moving on and understanding that sometimes thats the way those calls are going to go." Leiweke feels a keen connection to MLS, in part because he recalls a time "where there was a question whether it (the league) was going to make it." At one point, AEG owned six of the leagues 10 teams. Leiweke watched it grow, in part because of the off-field success and packed stands in Toronto during the franchises early days. "So theres a large part of me that feels the pain here more with TFC than we probably do with the other teams (Leafs and Raptors) because they had such an amazing thing that was going on here, they were such a vibrant part of changing the league and the way people viewed us. And people that wanted to come in and invest in the league. TFC made a huge impact and it was because of the fans and the overwhelming support that we got and how well we were doing. "So the good news is I tend to believe that TFC and Major League Soccer are a little bit different than the other two (Leafs and Raptors) because of the pains and the trials and the tribulations and the blood, sweat and tears that we put into thiss league to try to help it survive.dddddddddddd "The bad news is it makes it even more painful for what were going through now, because you clearly understand what those fans are going through." MLSE paid $10 million for Toronto FCs expansion fee prior to the club joining the league in 2007. The new New York franchise will pay at least $100 million. "I guess thats the good news," Leiweke said. "The sport and the league have done extremely well. And this team has done well. But weve lost our way and weve got to find it, weve got to get it back." To that end, MLSE is looking at upgrading BMO Field and the marketing of the team. "Its a little bit easier for the Leafs and the Raptors because we were at the end of the year and so we made some decisions on the Raptors and we made some decisions on the Leafs," Leiweke said. "And I am extremely comfortable with both of those management teams and where were headed." Being in the middle of the season isnt stopping Leiweke from making his thoughts known to the TFC braintrust. Nelsen has said hed like to fix the rest of his roster before bringing in a star designated player, so the new DP has a proper supporting cast. Leiweke, who brought David Beckham to MLS, disagrees. He believes if you find the right designated player, you sign them. But he learned the hard way that having the right DP wont make a difference if you have the wrong coach. "Philosophically theres probably a few changes that Im asking them to think about," Leiweke said. "I know theres a debate, for example, do you bring the DP in when its the final piece of the puzzle. I dont agree with that. I think the DP has to be part of your culture and your character and youve got to build around great DPs. "I know in Los Angeles, the first year we brought David in, it was a disaster. And by the way some of the disaster was self-created. I made a bad mistake on the coach. We didnt have the right system in place, we didnt make the playoffs and it was chaos. "But we turned it around very quickly and by the next year, we were a playoff team." The Galaxy coach in question was Ruud Gullit, a former star Dutch player who had managed Chelsea, Newcastle and Feyenoord before succeeding Canadian Frank Yallop at the Galaxy helm after Beckhams first year. Leiweke believes Gullit "underestimated the league and kind of probably didnt think it was good as it turned out it was." For Leiweke, many overseas coaches make the mistake of trying to impose a European system on a North American team. "And by the way I think this applies to the history of TFC occasionally too, and they dont understand this league," he said, in what could be seen most recently as a reference to Dutch manager Aron Winter. "It takes a long time for them to begin to understand this league." The MLSE boss says newcomers dont understand the athleticism, endurance, durability and work ethic of the North American player, not to mention the travel in the league. "What I realized is you have to put (in) someone (as coach) that understands the league and not try to change the league. Youre not going to change the league, youre not going to bring another style and another system and suddenly be able to be successful in the league. "Because at the end of the day there is a certain style of play and a certain quality with our league that you have to learn to be a part of. So we learned that in L.A. and when Bruce (Arena) came along, he did an extremely good job at taking our youth and our development and then our veteran guys, including our DPs, and finding a system that played into the strengths of the league. And thats when we began to have great success." Jerseys Wholesale Cheap NFL Gear White NFL Jerseys Cheap Cheap Jerseys Free Shipping Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Wholesale Stitched Jerseys Wholesale NFL Camo Jerseys ' ' '

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