again. this is just stupidly delusional. if, if, if, if ... if bangor maine were bigger and in a few years and with an investor might be as worthy of an MLS team as Jax. i am sure you and 20 of your friends like soccer and go to Jax United games ... unfortunately this city can barely get 60,000 fans to see the NFL team ... and this part of the state LOVES football ... an MLS team in 2-5 years would need to draw 15-20K to be even moderately successful ... i can guarantee that soccer is not 1/3rd or 1/4th as loved/supported/popular as football here ... so your assertion is absurd on its face that isn't even taking into consideration that there are at least 20 other markets more deserving of an MLS team (Atlanta, Miami, Orlando, NYC2, San Diego, Las Vegas, Minneapolis, Detroit, Phoenix, San Antonio, Baltimore, St Louis, Tampa, San Francisco, Inland Empire (CA), Edmonton, Raleigh/Durham, Charlotte, Birmingham, Oklahoma City, Rochester) ... most of which aren't really viable options per se but still better options and higher on the potential expansion market list than Jacksonville. the best fit for Jax would be a PDL team (4th) or maybe eventually a USLPro team ... but that team would still draw only 1-2K at best.