Before Schmid’s firing from the club in September, the health of the 65-year-old coach, due to his weight and heart condition, worried the LA Galaxy locker room.The Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center confirmed Monday that former Galaxy coach Sigi Schmid, the most successful in MLS history, is in intensive care, according to the Los Angeles Times. The hospital did not issue any other details about Schmid’s health status and his family has not talked about the medical condition.In 18 MLS seasons, Schmid accumulated 266 regular season and postseason wins. He led the Galaxy to its first league title in 2002 and, six years later, repeated the feat with Columbus Crew.Paul Pogba has spoken to Lionel Messi over his future Andrew Smyth – September 10, 2019 Manchester United star Paul Pogba had a chat with Lionel Messi, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Zinedine Zidane and many others over his future, says his brother.Schmid won the Supporters’ Shield – the award given to the team with the best regular season record – on three occasions. He also won five U.S. Open Cups and led the Galaxy to its only CONCACAF title in 2000.Regarding his departure from the Galaxy last September, Schmid said the decision was “probably the best decision” given that the team was not going through their best moment and change of gaffer always motivates players to do better. During his final stint with the LA Galaxy, Schmid experienced what it was like being in the global spotlight since he was coaching none other than Zlatan Ibrahimovic.