I saw this in a post about the demise of the WUSA: "There are going to be a thousand posts about how sad everyone is and what a shame it was and all that, but there were plenty of us around here who strictly dealt with the facts, weren't all that excited about watching women playing soccer, and just in general didn't really give a crap." I find this ironic with all of the people getting mad about the way soccer is percieved in America and complaining about how it is the world's sport and everyone (media, ESPN, sports radio, non-soccer people) should accept it and love it. It seems to me that this is the attitude that many on this board complain about. The way I see it, this sucks! I am a soccer coach and have coached both women and men and now those women (u14-college) won't have a pro league to dream of. This also just fuels the fire of the anti-soccer crowd. It's very sad and anyone who gloats over this (as this poster did later in his post) is just a complete idiot.