John Carver mentioned at yesterday's presser that he was bringing someone over to help him coach Toronto FC. He wouldn't tell us who it was - "He's not signed the contract yet," he pointed out.
We figured it was probably someone from Europe, because England is where Carver has been his entire previous career, and new coaches usually bring in people they know to help them out.
Later on, when Beckham was speaking to the press, a Norwegian reporter asked him about Ole Gunnar Solskjær, a former Manchester United teammate who has now retired. Ole had a plethora of injury problems and has now moved into coaching.
Hmmmm - ok, semi-wild speculation says Ole has years of experience in England, is a new coach on the scene - hey! We'll see, I guess.
Carver expected to announce the new arrival in the next few days. "I'll be delighted to do so," he added, which really made me think that the new coach is not some unknown schmo.
Considering that TFC is a team in Canada, though, I kind of wish they'd take a look at this guy: