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Discussion in 'NPSL' started by msilverstein47, Dec 27, 2017.
Elm City Express is at Connecticut.
21 hrs ·
After many solid scoring chances for the #ElmCityExpress, a goal in extra time by Lansdowne Bhoys FC resulted in a 2-1 loss for the @NPSLSoccer squad. Thanks to our fans + to @USAdultSoccer for the opportunity to represent CT in the 2018
FC Columbus @FCColumbus95 42m42 minutes ago
#FCCLB vs @DetroitCityFC
Bobcat Stadium (Grandview Heights High School)
June 8th, 2018
Tickets for offer should be purchased at the gate.
GA's : Adult - $10 (online), $12 (gate)
Grand Rapids FC @grandrapidsfc 3h3 hours ago
We are proud to announce we will be hosting Club Xelaju of Guatemala at Houseman Field on August 18th!!!pic.twitter.com/k236Hk116X
Jacksonville Armada FC ⚓️Verified account @JaxArmadaFC 6h6 hours ago
Breaking – Head Coach Mark Lowry departed the Club today on his request to pursue another coaching opportunity. Full statement
Connecticut Pro Soccer
7 hrs ·
USSF is attempting to prevent the NPSL PRO division from happening
Holy smokes the rage takes on this might melt a very tiny hole in the internet.
So scratching a nanometer into this statement reveals that what actually is the case is that USSF objects to using the word 'Pro' in a league outside of the pro council.
Hardly a case of Iron Fist Cordeiro sending his SUM funded thugs to shut down a rival to MLS.
For what that FB post was pointing at:
1022639184954253313 is not a valid tweet id
would tend to believe that any court would find this restriction to be restraint of trade, but hey I'm not a lawyer.
Regardless, it's not the "USSF attempting to prevent the NPSL PRO division from happening", it's the USSF trying to maintain some semblance of consistency in its organization.
Now, if they rename it to NPSL Select or NPSL Elite or whatever and USSF says "you can't do that", there might be something more nefarious going on.
No, they really aren’t.
They’re saying “If you want to call yourself pro, you actually have to follow the rules that have been set up.”
That’s like saying, “The state of Arizona is attempting to prevent my 14-year-old from becoming a driver.”
But I am sure this is catnip to the prawn idiots and conspiracy theorists right about now.
Good thing, too.
Until and unless USSF’s power to regulate soccer in this country is settled case law one way or another, you kinda have to go along with what the governing body says are the rules.
That ain’t restraint of eff-all. You don’t have the right to circumvent the sanctioning process without going rogue.
Forgive me if I am mis-remembering, but was WikiMLS the stupid jagov who tried to make a connection between the Pro Council votes in February and who got put on the Hall of Fame ballot this year?
If it was, ******** that guy.
The general tenor of the tweets that I looked at from this person make me think that if it's not the same person, they certainly subscribe to their newsletter.
SEAN MCDANIEL RESIGNS FROM NPSL & CHATTANOOGA FC
ztsmith @zsmith78 5h5 hours ago
#NPSL @grandrapidsfc topped Guatamalan 1st division side @Xelaju_Oficial 4-1 this weekend. Xelaju has competed in Concacaf champions league, and is the winningest Guatamalan club outside of Guatamala City.
Nipun Chopra, PhD @NipunChopra7 Aug 16
Update on NPSL-pro: Multiple sources tell me that interested owners will be meeting in NYC next week to discuss options. Nothing is decided yet, but all of them continue to say, ‘now or never’, or some variant of that. #NPSLpro
NPSL plans 2019 launch for its pro division.
SOME GOOD VIBRATIONS: NPSL: league meeting conversations positive,’ as it’s ready to take the next steps toward pro league and explore options
Mpls City opens their books to get a peek into what it costs to run an NPSL club: https://www.soctakes.com/2018/09/13/minneapolis-city-sc-dan-hoedeman-opens-books/
ELEVEN FOUNDING MEMBERS TO LAUNCH A NEW LEAGUE IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE NATIONAL PREMIER SOCCER LEAGUE
The 11 founding members include ASC San Diego, Cal FC, California United Strikers FC, Chattanooga FC, Detroit City FC, FC Arizona, Miami FC, Miami United FC, Milwaukee Torrent, New York Cosmos, and Oakland Roots, and plans are being developed to add additional clubs.
Zombie Cosmos continue! Still, glad to see San Diego finally have a pro team, even if about as low as you can get and still be considered pro.
As of now, San Diego will have two next year.