I recently got an odd message from a team employee who suddenly seemed overly 'concerned' about people criticizing the MASL on social media (yes, the message was from an employee of an IPL team). I don't want to 'troll' anyone or any teams, but it was strange - this team was recently SO anxious to leave the MASL and now this employee wants to 'protect' the MASL from online criticism? Maybe this employee just does not understand the 1st Amendment of the US Constitution, and/or they may know about a possible 'reunification' back to MASL of the teams who left to create the IPL (could be both). They may be a victim of their own misplaced enthusiasm. I don't think this employee is any closer to knowing the final outcome than anyone else. Cardshopmd has added a possible piece to the puzzle that MAY explain this employee's perplexing attempts at censoring free speech on the internet (note to the employee - pound sand). Thank you for providing an update. More than I am hearing from my team at this point. I would NOT be happy at all with any 'reunification' with the MASL. I am also not pleased with the lack of progress of the IPL. Time is running VERY short to get teams up and functional before a November season start. My enthusiasm for indoor soccer is diminishing by the hours that all these 'changes' are allegedly taking place. I am very glad I have not bought tickets yet for the coming year. For the sake of the teams involved, I hope everything works out to actually have a league(s) for next season. I don't know if I will attend many games if it is some redux of the MASL, or a 4-team IPL league. The word 'professional' has to be more than just a word used on a website.