Sorry if this has been hashed out before, and I realize the arcane nature of MLS' ownership structure may make this hard to figure out. But I posted in a New England thread that as long as Kraft continued to see big Expansion Fee checks coming his way from new teams, he would continue to see value in owning the team, and not worry that much about the quality of the product on the field.... The point of THIS thread post is to ask if someone actually knows and can tell how much of those $200 million checks actually makes it back to each 'owner/operator', and is it an equal share (i.e. older teams get more, maybe, I have NO idea.)? Clearly MLS keeps a lot of the money to put back into the game, etc...but some of that must get back to the owner operators, or else why are they diluting their voting capital by allowing other people to the table? Obviously, the bigger the game, the bigger the broadcast rights, etc...but I would imagine that some of that check is going into the owner/operators' pockets. Anyone know for sure?