I know it's kind of too early to think about it, but I found some interesting things going on. Recently Mexican clubs got kicked out of Copa Sudamericana. What about Copa Libertadores? The article says the review is in this month!!! Also, the Interliga contract with SUM is ending. I think it's got some implication to MLS, too. Hope CONCACAF and CONMEBO work somthing out good for both confederations. How about collaborated Cup? don't finish CCL and CopLib, but stop at some point to combine final stage like 6 from CONCACAF and 10 from CONMEBOL. http://www.concacaf.com/page/NewsDet...858189,00.html 06/30/2009 CONCACAF discontinues participation in Copa Sudamericana NEW YORK - CONCACAF has elected to discontinue participation in CONMEBOL's Copa Sudamericana. CONCACAF clubs from the United States, Mexico and Central America have taken part in the Copa Sudamericana since 2005, with Mexico's Pachuca being crowned champion in 2006. In 2005, CONCACAF reached an agreement with CONMEBOL to play in four editions of the South American club tournament. The agreement was satisfied with the appearance of Mexican clubs CD Guadalajara and San Luis competed in the 2008 edition. Now, with the CONCACAF Champions League in its second year and the higher level of activity in the confederation, CONCACAF has elected not to extend its relationship with CONMEBOL for the Sudamericana. "We regret that Mexico's Copa Sudamericana designees Monterrey and Puebla will not participate in the tournament due to CONCACAF's decision," CONCACAF General Secretary Chuck Blazer said. "However, we hope that both teams will have opportunity to participate in future CONCACAF competitions." "By contrast CONCACAF is committed to the 2010 Copa Libertadores and will utilize Interliga to qualify teams. In November the Executive Committee will review CONCACAF's future participation in the Libertadores."