I know this should be in the Asia section but I want the opinion of experts. I have been following MLS sense 2003 and Indian Soccer sense 2006. Now both MLS and the Indian League (I-League) started in 1996, its obvious which did better. The Indian Football League has been doing a Euro model of Pro/Rel and such for the last 16 years and it has been shit. Point proven in 2010 when 2 of the best marketable clubs, Sporting Goa (drew the largest crowd in the Indian state of Goa), and Shillong Lajong FC (the Seattle Sounders of India who can draw 30,000 a game) got relegated and ONGC (a company which does 0 marketing and gets an average 100 people per game!) and HAL (gets 1,500 per game) got promoted. Now they are thinking of doing an MLS model (but in the wrong way) by bringing the league to 16 teams and an East and West conference with a messed up way of Pro/Rel. Also there would be a salary cap. How do you guys think this would do. Also before I end this opening post I would just like to post how I would make an MLS league in say India. Start with 10 teams (the 10 most financially stable teams from this season), make sure that no city has more than 2 teams. Force the teams to be part owned by the Federation, force market, salary cap. No promotion/relegation, just expansion. And have all games at 7:30 pm with the Friday night game being the Game of the week. What do you MLS experts think? PS: The Indian Crowd already hates the idea of an MLS model, of course I doubt any of them know how MLS works or even if we exist.