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. Marsch and the expansion Major League Soccer franchise announced on the weekend they were parting company. The team is in Italy for friendly matches with Serie A teams Bologna FC and Fiorentina, and Di Vaio and interim coach Mauro Biello spoke with reporters on a conference call Wednesday. Di Vaio, who came to Montreal from Bologna, says the relationship with Marsch was normal and they worked well together. He says the issue was more of a philosophical difference between management and the coach. Biello admitted this trip is a bit of an audition for the head coaching job with the year-old franchise. "Theyve asked me to be interim coach for this trip and going forward," he said. "Obviously Ill be under evaluation in this next little while and I will try to work as hard as i can . . . and show what my qualities are and hopefully it will help me and put into consideration." He said it was only normal for the sudden departure of their coach to have an impact on the team but he has tried to keep them focused on their next games. "I think its important that the team continue to stay focused. Were here for two weeks. The first thing I said to the group is youve got to focus on things you can control and thats performing and working hard on the field." Customized San Diego Chargers Jersey
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. "In a years time Ive been very busy and Ive been focused," MacDonald said. "My trainings been good. Ive been training very smart and been able to stay healthy. Obviously there are some injuries that are out of your control, but others are in your control and I think its just up to your experience as a martial artist. You know, growing up in your training and seeing what works for you. Im starting to figure out a rhythm that works for me. "I understand how to warm my body up, how to spar more technically and put less stress on my system. Its been a combination of a lot of things." MacDonald said a big piece of the puzzle has also been separating east coast from west coast. While in Montreal and New York, hes 100 - percent focused on training. However, after each fight, he spends time with family and friends back in B.C. The Tristar fighter said this allows him to recharge his batteries. "I take a month back home after my fights," MacDonald stated. "After all the hard training, I relax, but I also stay busy and stay active. I go into the gyms where I used to train with all the people that I know. I work with them — nothing crazy; just once a day. I spend my time there and enjoy it with family. It makes me happy. When I come out to Montreal and New York, I focus on my training and I feel energized." With his training formula firmly in place, MacDonald said he cant wait to put on a show in his home province. "It feels great," MacDonald began. "I love fighting in Canada and being in Vancouver is even better because after the fight Im right at home. I get to see my family and I dont have to fly anywhere. I also get a lot of recognition there from the fans. "Its going to be a very exciting night. Im very much looking forward to it." Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China
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