It seems that NJSEA/Champions World will try to promote several big international friendlies per year, to generate revenue during the summer. While the Metros are still at GS, these friendlies won't directly compete with Metros' games. But in 2004, when the Metros are playing in Harrison (that'll happen, right?), NJSEA could stage a Real Madrid - Roma match at the same time the Metros are playing an MLS match 10 miles away. Doesn't the USSF have to sanction any international match held in the U.S., and what if, in order to protect MLS, the USSF refused to permit a friendly which might hurt the Metros' attendance? I believe there was a similar conflict in LA, where the LA Coliseum wanted to stage matches involving Mexican teams at the same time the Galaxy were playing. Somebody went to court over it, but I never heard the result. Anyone have any thoughts, or information?