just got this from soccer america 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. The 2002 MLS All-Star game features the U.S. men's national team against the best of Major League Soccer. The game will be televised nationally from RFK Stadium on Saturday, August 3, 2002 at 3:30 p.m. (ET), live on ABC.