From yesterday's USA Today Finances keep young stars at home http://www.usatoday.com/sports/soccer/mls/2002-07-31-europe-finances_x.htm This is a stance I am definately against. "We're not doing player movement for money. If a player wants to move from MLS to Europe, we certainly look at it, provided we get an offer that's reasonable," says MLS deputy commissioner Ivan Gazidis, who handles contracts. "It has to be a serious commitment. We've had enough players go overseas and sit on the bench." IMO, assuming the price is right, it is entirely up to the players to decide if a team is right for them or not. Not the MLS. If this is their stance it is entirely understandable that players are starting to get a little frustrated with the situation.