Thursday, October 29, 2020
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Just Show Us Your Money And You Too Can Own A...

You have money, you can have a team. Major League Soccer...

MLS Considering Sacramento And St. Louis Expansion Bids

Decision time is near. Major League Soccer owners have a meeting and it...

It’s Sacramento Against St. Louis For The MLS’s Last Expansion Slot

MLS expansion plans proceed.   The race for Major League Soccer’s 28th team and the last expansion slot available at the moment is on. It appears that...

Why Are Big Money People Trying To Join The MLS?

Is its a good  investment?   The Major League Soccer regular season is a few days away but the biggest story going into the 2019 season...

Why Do So Many Investors Want To Join The Money Losing...

The money people are lining up with checkbooks in hand.   Here is a question that probably cannot be answered. Do any of the teams in...

The Canadian Football League Is Still Around

It is somewhat astonishing that the Canadian Football League is still in existence and has outlasted three American Football Leagues, the All American Football Conference and a whole bunch of other leagues including the United States Football League and the XFL.

Austin Could Get A Major League Soccer Franchise

Has Major League Soccer given Austin an expansion team or is the league still searching for two cities to get the membership up to the stated goal of having 28 teams?
Tampa Bay Rays, Stu Sternberg, Stadium

Will Rays’ Pitch The MLS To Look At Tampa Bay Again?

The owners of Major League Baseball’s St. Petersburg-based Tampa Bay Rays have purchased the St. Petersburg-based Tampa Bay Rowdies of the United Soccer League.

MLS Is Experiencing Major Growing Pains

The struggle to find cities with the right stuff to join Major League Soccer continues but league owners should be happy with some of the latest developments.

Austin, San Diego, Sacramento And Phoenix Are Vying For MLS Teams

Major League Soccer is waiting for the Austin City Council’s decision to give the go ahead to a soccer stadium plan that would allow Precourt Sports Ventures to move its Columbus Crew franchise to the Texas capital in 2019.