Free SA Subscriptions to MLS All Star Game Winner

Discussion in 'MLS: General' started by Northside Rovers, Jul 31, 2002.

  1. Northside Rovers

    Jan 28, 2000
    Austin TX
    FC Dallas
    Nat'l Team:
    United States

    BERKELEY, Calif. (July 30) -- SOCCER AMERICA Magazine has agreed to U.S. national team coach Bruce Arena's proposal of awarding free subscriptions to the winning team to make the MLS All-Star Game more competitive.

    "It's up to the players," quipped Arena at a recent press conference when asked how to make the MLS All Star game more competitive when there's nothing at stake. "Maybe if Soccer America offers free subscriptions to the winning team, they'll be playing like it's the biggest game of their lives."

    If that's what it takes, so be it. All members of the winning team will receive one-year subscriptions. However, since most are long-time subscribers, they can offer the subscription to the school
    library of their choice and Soccer America will double it to a two-year subscription.

    That's pretty funny stuff from Bruce and Soccer America. You see all you All Star Game Haters - that's what this is supposed to be about - fun. It doesn't have to be so darned serious.

    And you Veronica Paysee haters need to lighten up too.
  2. Knave

    Knave Member+

    May 25, 1999
    < thinks to self >

    ... maybe if Jesse offered premium memberships to the winning team ...
  3. Northside Rovers

    Jan 28, 2000
    Austin TX
    FC Dallas
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    It would be a bloodbath out there.
  4. Lucid

    Lucid Member

    May 17, 1999
    San Francisco, CA
    Sporting Kansas City
    Yeah it would.

    Agoos: "Screw you man, you go score, I don't want to read how much they rip me on there!"

    Graziani: "F You, they hate me more than you! You go score, just make sure it's in our goal this time!"
  5. chayes

    chayes New Member

    Feb 29, 2000
    Raleigh, NC
    And the US Men's team gets an extra $2k if they win.

    That according to Soccer America's MLS Insider, yours free with a paid subscription.

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