During the State of the League address, MLS commissioner Don Garber mentioned a meeting with an ownership group in Florida. A few hours later, Orlando City confirmed over Twitter that they were the ownership group Garber held a meeting with. This of course raises some interesting speculation. While Garber tried to pimp NYC2 at the address (mostly goaded by international press who were begging for the introduction of the Cosmos), that idea is in quite a bit of disarray in reality. The Cosmos ownership group is suffering turmoil to say the very least, Wilpon has expressly bowed out, and they have three possible stadium sites with precisely zero willing and able owners. Someone on the OC subforum posed the idea of DC United moving to Orlando. Personally, I seriously doubt that one (though I do know DC United fans that live here). DC is looking for a new stadium, something Orlando does not have. This is, ironically, similar reasoning to me saying the Citrus Bowl was the only viable venue when the Aztex moved to Orlando, since one of their reasons was not having a venue where they could sell beer. Besides, all signs point to DC United moving to Baltimore, if anywhere.