The U.S. is in a unique position i believe.The Country has a very large population and the popularity of Soccer is growing everyday.It people from all over the globe that are becoming new citizens everyday.People from countries with a long Soccer history.All in all the only thing that can come from this,is the greatest Soccer nation in the world. It won't happen over night,but it just seems inevitable. Now the reason i made this thread is to ask when will a professional men's league be more like those in Europe.Where you have 1st,2nd,3rd, and so down to non league/part timers.I think when everything is run under one umbrella it makes things a lot clearer in terms of goals for young players and coaches.When i see teams like the metro stars play Rochester(not sure what the league is ther're in) and give them trouble,ity reminds me of the cup matches in Europe.The only thing is that,i for some reason find myself not watching the league that Rochester is in,and i class myself as a soccer nut. One more thing,i think it's time to build small stadiums for the MLS teams.The only way to build is from the ground up,and when a casual fan see's a game on t.v. with an half or even quarter of the stadium full,they tend not be so interested.Small full stadiums build atmosphere,and from atmosphere excitement follows.