Re: MLS 2011 Non-Sporting Discussion [R] God... that would be pretty cool. I understand some issues that would play into that, but it would mean that soccer in the U.S. has come very far... As far as expansion, after NY, I think they need to go back to targeting markets that don't have a lot of pro teams. I don't think MLS could've come at a better time in Seattle with the departure of the Sonics, which left a void and a lot of bitter sports fans (not everyone wants to watch the Seahawks). Portland was a good choice because theres just the Blazers. Really, I want them to start targeting the South and the South-West. The South (while not my all-time favorite region) is seriously lacking a team. The league is more stable financially now, so I don't see why we can't bring it back to Florida. I'm curious as to what cites hold the biggest untapped soccer markets.