There is an interview today at www.sportsbusinessdaily.com of Don Garber, it is a pay site but you can get a trial membership, some excerpts: about companies interested in sponsoring MLS after the WC: "A number of computer companies, like Apple, some telecom and networking companies like Americatel and Avaya, Burger King, MasterCard, Toshiba — a dozen new companies, really." on $$$ losses: "I keep reading about our $50 million a year in losses and they are nowhere near that. ... We have been able to cut our losses in half over the past two years and our losses are now minimal compared to other professional sports leagues. A big part of that was our contraction, and we also have better cost control overall. We anticipate breaking even as a league, in terms of what is required to run the league, within the next five years. We now have a more viable business to take to investors." on Spanish language TV: "Our games are no longer televised in Spanish and that is a strategic decision on our part to support ESPN and ABC. However, in the future, I anticipate we will have a Spanish- language package. The problem now is that the window for Telemundo and Univision is Sunday afternoons. That really isn't a time when we think we can sell tickets." on stadiums: "L.A. is online next year. We are very confident about progress being made for the New York/New Jersey team in '04. We are also making progress in North Dallas and Kansas City." on expansion: "We need to be bigger than a ten-team league. Expansion is not going to happen next year; we are looking at it for 2004." profitability of SUM: "Our payments (SUM purchased World Cup rights through '06 for a reported $40 million) are spread out, but SUM will make money. We hit our budget for this World Cup and we are looking for more."