I'm absolutely for Soccer to be in Charlotte. The problem is with the mission of the Eagles being less focused on scoring goals as it is scoring souls, has deferred more people away from the team. With Charlotte being home of one of the largest Salvadorian population in the country, a large influx of Hispanics and Europeans should lead to the popularity of any team. However the religious affiliate maybe has put a bad taste in peoples mouths. Championships are great, and the product has been okay on the pitch, however the team is limited on the absolute quality of player they can bring in by only hiring players with the same religious affiliation and whom are willing to do missionary work. (which I believe is against FIFA capaign of STOP RACISM; and against US law of equal opportunity employers) I'm more surprised that the league hasn't looked at the attendance and questioned or "relegated" the team. Their numbers have to be in the realm of what PDL teams do. For the sake of Soccer and Charlotte, I hope that the Carolina's can get an MLS team, though think that our city is limited due to affiliation.